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2015 Crisp Pro XL

#1 2015-06-24 9:19pm

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2015 Crisp Pro XL

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2015 Crisp Pro XL

Crisp Bros Racing returns to Australian BMX - Prototype ProXL has been tested for the past few months with great success, riden by Factory athlete Mick Young.

Crisp Bros Racing, established in 1982 at the family home in Brisbane Australia by brothers Darren, Dean and Adam Crisp. Crisp quickly grew to become one of Australia's most popular BMX brands. Crisp Bros Racing returns to BMX this year. Frames will feature a 74.5 head angle with low centre of gravity Bottom Bracket - www.crispbrosracing.com


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#2 2015-06-24 9:26pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 2015 Crisp Pro XL

Sweet! cool


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#3 2015-06-24 9:53pm

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You just made my day,smile

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#4 2015-06-24 10:14pm

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That is great news,i raced against Dean at the Windsor track when he was with redline,i was riding a pk ripper at that time,this was 81/82,

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#5 2015-06-25 8:21pm

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jimmy65 wrote:

That is great news,i raced against Dean at the Windsor track when he was with redline,i was riding a pk ripper at that time,this was 81/82,

I never did own a Crisp BITD but they did provide our trick team with uniforms sometime in the mid 80s. I'm glad to see they are back in the game.

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#6 2015-06-27 2:53am

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Was recently talking to Shane @ Rainbow Cycles and he mentioned Crisp was making a comeback. I see these photos were at my home track Beenleigh. Hope the testing goes well and Crisp makes a triumphant return to the AUS BMX scene.

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