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#1 2018-02-25 1:03pm

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The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

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What brands/parts/etc do you guys think we don’t give enough credit to as collectors?

This idea came to me after having a convo this weekend with Skyway2012 about stuff we feel feel gets undervalued for unknown reasons by us.

They’re great products, but when it comes to their bottom line (price wise) they just don’t add up. They could also be the gems that we hold onto waiting for their market to mature. Maybe they will eventually come to a level of of a highly collectible piece, maybe they won’t, but we’re always rooting for them, because they’re actually great products.


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#2 2018-02-25 1:08pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

Here’s one of my biggest ones... Boss and Kastan made DK Pros. These are absolutely gorgeous bikes. Great welds, solid geo, great colors, American made.... but it’s like they’re walgooses when you go to sell them. Beautiful bikes

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/87527/5a4f3861-c162-428f-943c-a49f8d4cdf545a93254e31.png


NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
**Purple DX 9/16 pedals... NEEEEED!!!
*NICE KEGELS PADSET
*The Kastan Book
*White Japan stamped non locking tech 77
*Minty 1st Gen Revcore Cages!!!
**PayPal Ready**
**Plenty to trade**

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#3 2018-02-25 1:11pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

Here’s another favorite of mine. The red headed step brother to the Superlace. They’re stripped for collars, axles and bearings. They’re actually great hubs with a solid look into their own. Don’t get me wrong, if I’m looking at a set of Superlaces or a set of these for the same price, I’d take the superlaces too. But unto themselves, they’re great hubs.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/87527/e78a27ec-8045-4332-9898-8a07ec3cfa9d5a9325fb88.jpeg


NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
**Purple DX 9/16 pedals... NEEEEED!!!
*NICE KEGELS PADSET
*The Kastan Book
*White Japan stamped non locking tech 77
*Minty 1st Gen Revcore Cages!!!
**PayPal Ready**
**Plenty to trade**

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#4 2018-02-25 1:12pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

Any dept store frame. I've had some really nice ones loaded with Japanese parts and you can't sell them for the price of the CR-MO OPCs.

Especially the Canadian Stuff. Almost everyone I encounter is something I've never seen before.

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#5 2018-02-25 1:13pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

I mean you can't sell the complete bike for the price of the OPCs

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#6 2018-02-25 1:57pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

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What gives???
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Lifes a bitch..PASS ME A BEER.

They're reacting and that's wonderful. It's better than them sitting there doing nothing. I say make them react - do whatever's in your power to move the audience, and if that's where it is, and there where it is with America, sex and violence, then I say project it.
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#7 2018-02-25 1:59pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/36359/raf750x1000075t10101001c5ca27c6.u25a9331ac73.jpg


Heres my profound, life changing statement.
Lifes a bitch..PASS ME A BEER.

They're reacting and that's wonderful. It's better than them sitting there doing nothing. I say make them react - do whatever's in your power to move the audience, and if that's where it is, and there where it is with America, sex and violence, then I say project it.
ALICE COOPER

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#8 2018-02-25 3:02pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

Skyways are good quality bikes, but it is hard to sell a StreetBeat... I think it’s a combination of that they didn’t make a high end team model with 3 pc cranks, etc like most, and they saturated the market. Skyway “finding” a bunch of NOS frames about 10 yrs ago sure didn’t help either hmm

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#9 2018-02-25 3:04pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

I've heard it said about Cycle Crafts. Growing up in Tennessee they were everywhere but I'm surprised that they aren't more popular in collecting circles. I think you have a handful of dudes who snatch good ones when they are available but I pay much less than some of the other bikes I collect.


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#10 2018-02-25 3:22pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

m3brendan wrote:

I've heard it said about Cycle Crafts. Growing up in Tennessee they were everywhere but I'm surprised that they aren't more popular in collecting circles. I think you have a handful of dudes who snatch good ones when they are available but I pay much less than some of the other bikes I collect.

I think that can be said for many smaller local bike companies. I grew up in NorCal and Boss was everywhere... when I moved to Texas I was surprised that not a lot of people knew about them, or collected them.

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#11 2018-02-25 3:36pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

I know, for myself, the first thing that came to mind is SE. You guys on here talk about them a lot but I didn't give them a second thought back in the day. I noticed the bikes that had ads and who sponsored riders, and I don't remember seeing anyone ride an SE...or for SE. I remember Mat on the PK Ripper but that was just an anomaly to me. I considered them kind of "second tier" bikes back then.

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#12 2018-02-25 3:38pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

lowrider wrote:

Skyways are good quality bikes, but it is hard to sell a StreetBeat... I think it’s a combination of that they didn’t make a high end team model with 3 pc cranks, etc like most, and they saturated the market. Skyway “finding” a bunch of NOS frames about 10 yrs ago sure didn’t help either hmm

The '87 990 optioned STREETBEAT  IS A TEAM MODEL, super light and strong.
The SR TURBOX CRANKS were triple heat treated, super strong. I've never heard of them breaking..which is why they generally run $180 and up.

The 1997 SURPLUS of '85 STREETBEAT/STYLER/OTHER frames found has pretty much run out.
That's why good to high level examples can fetch from say, $1000 to $3000 for a GREAT SURVIVOR or NOS example.


Heres my profound, life changing statement.
Lifes a bitch..PASS ME A BEER.

They're reacting and that's wonderful. It's better than them sitting there doing nothing. I say make them react - do whatever's in your power to move the audience, and if that's where it is, and there where it is with America, sex and violence, then I say project it.
ALICE COOPER

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#13 2018-02-25 3:49pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

blammo585 wrote:

I know, for myself, the first thing that came to mind is SE. You guys on here talk about them a lot but I didn't give them a second thought back in the day. I noticed the bikes that had ads and who sponsored riders, and I don't remember seeing anyone ride an SE...or for SE. I remember Mat on the PK Ripper but that was just an anomaly to me. I considered them kind of "second tier" bikes back then.

Ever heard of Perry Kramer???


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#14 2018-02-25 4:07pm

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Predators and mid school mongoose


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#15 2018-02-25 4:22pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

STREETBEATBEAST wrote:

lowrider wrote:

Skyways are good quality bikes, but it is hard to sell a StreetBeat... I think it’s a combination of that they didn’t make a high end team model with 3 pc cranks, etc like most, and they saturated the market. Skyway “finding” a bunch of NOS frames about 10 yrs ago sure didn’t help either hmm

The '87 990 optioned STREETBEAT  IS A TEAM MODEL, super light and strong.
The SR TURBOX CRANKS were triple heat treated, super strong. I've never heard of them breaking..which is why they generally run $180 and up.

The 1997 SURPLUS of '85 STREETBEAT/STYLER/OTHER frames found has pretty much run out.
That's why good to high level examples can fetch from say, $1000 to $3000 for a GREAT SURVIVOR or NOS example.

I don’t have personal experience with StreetBeats bitd, but being in NorCal Skyways were fairly common, my local bike shop was a Skyway dealer. Everyone preferred TA’s for whatever reason, even freestylers (this was 85-87) the rumor was StreetBeats rearends bent? Not sure about 87s but all the ones I saw came with lower end parts like Odyssey brakes and cheap stems like mid level GTs. Turbox cranks also came on the better GTs until they came out with the Power Series 3pc. cool

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#16 2018-02-25 4:27pm

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#17 2018-02-25 4:34pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

ritchiecamaro wrote:

blammo585 wrote:

I know, for myself, the first thing that came to mind is SE. You guys on here talk about them a lot but I didn't give them a second thought back in the day. I noticed the bikes that had ads and who sponsored riders, and I don't remember seeing anyone ride an SE...or for SE. I remember Mat on the PK Ripper but that was just an anomaly to me. I considered them kind of "second tier" bikes back then.

Ever heard of Perry Kramer???

No. I didn't start riding and getting magazines until late '87. By 88 SE had very little presence in the mags. And I was mainly a Freestylin' mag guy; I only got an occasional BMX Plus because the only place to get those was in the city, not in my town.

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#18 2018-02-25 4:39pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

lowrider wrote:

STREETBEATBEAST wrote:

lowrider wrote:

Skyways are good quality bikes, but it is hard to sell a StreetBeat... I think it’s a combination of that they didn’t make a high end team model with 3 pc cranks, etc like most, and they saturated the market. Skyway “finding” a bunch of NOS frames about 10 yrs ago sure didn’t help either hmm

The '87 990 optioned STREETBEAT  IS A TEAM MODEL, super light and strong.
The SR TURBOX CRANKS were triple heat treated, super strong. I've never heard of them breaking..which is why they generally run $180 and up.

The 1997 SURPLUS of '85 STREETBEAT/STYLER/OTHER frames found has pretty much run out.
That's why good to high level examples can fetch from say, $1000 to $3000 for a GREAT SURVIVOR or NOS example.

I don’t have personal experience with StreetBeats bitd, but being in NorCal Skyways were fairly common, my local bike shop was a Skyway dealer. Everyone preferred TA’s for whatever reason, even freestylers (this was 85-87) the rumor was StreetBeats rearends bent? Not sure about 87s but all the ones I saw came with lower end parts like Odyssey brakes and cheap stems like mid level GTs. Turbox cranks also came on the better GTs until they came out with the Power Series 3pc. cool

Odyssey parts were not considered cheap, then or now. It was always a matter of choice and budget/availability.. I've seen all variations of brand parts on all brand bikes.

I've had my '87 STREETBEAT since new/day one. I am the lone caretaker. BEST BIKE I EVER RODE hands down.
Light weight, super strong, fast, well built. Geometry is perfect for my size.
The BEAT is a "POINT AND SHOOT" machine.
The platforms were basically added to T/A frames, that's it. The STREETBEAT is basically a T/A with a platforn rear end with some other modifications.
Even the drop outs were triple heat treated which is why they were considered thin..yet still strong.


Heres my profound, life changing statement.
Lifes a bitch..PASS ME A BEER.

They're reacting and that's wonderful. It's better than them sitting there doing nothing. I say make them react - do whatever's in your power to move the audience, and if that's where it is, and there where it is with America, sex and violence, then I say project it.
ALICE COOPER

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#19 2018-02-25 4:43pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

blammo585 wrote:

I know, for myself, the first thing that came to mind is SE. You guys on here talk about them a lot but I didn't give them a second thought back in the day. I noticed the bikes that had ads and who sponsored riders, and I don't remember seeing anyone ride an SE...or for SE. I remember Mat on the PK Ripper but that was just an anomaly to me. I considered them kind of "second tier" bikes back then.

not sure were you grew up. but here in CA SE was the shit. if you had a SE made riper or a quadangle  people thought you ride was cool. there were other nice brands like JMC and GT. but PK rippers were high on peoples wish list to own.

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#20 2018-02-25 4:48pm

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Mid school Huffy. Had 2 in the late 90’s/early 2000’s. Tantrum Race bike, and a TL-88. Both were real nice bikes. Caught a lot of shit from people for riding them, but that TL-88 is still one of my favorite bikes ive ever had....


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#21 2018-02-25 4:57pm

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Mid school Robinson seems to get no love, and yet they were decent bikes.

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#22 2018-02-25 4:58pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

blammo585 wrote:

I know, for myself, the first thing that came to mind is SE. You guys on here talk about them a lot but I didn't give them a second thought back in the day. I noticed the bikes that had ads and who sponsored riders, and I don't remember seeing anyone ride an SE...or for SE. I remember Mat on the PK Ripper but that was just an anomaly to me. I considered them kind of "second tier" bikes back then.

not sure were you grew up. but here in CA SE was the shit. if you had a SE made riper or a quadangle  people thought you rid was cool.

I'm in Virginia. The only thing I saw around here was GT or Dyno because that's what the shops around carried. I remember seeing a guy on a low end Diamondback. Not many people rode around here and the ones who had a "name brand" bike just pedaled around on it.

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#23 2018-02-25 5:05pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

blammo585 wrote:

ritchiecamaro wrote:

blammo585 wrote:

I know, for myself, the first thing that came to mind is SE. You guys on here talk about them a lot but I didn't give them a second thought back in the day. I noticed the bikes that had ads and who sponsored riders, and I don't remember seeing anyone ride an SE...or for SE. I remember Mat on the PK Ripper but that was just an anomaly to me. I considered them kind of "second tier" bikes back then.

Ever heard of Perry Kramer???

No. I didn't start riding and getting magazines until late '87. By 88 SE had very little presence in the mags. And I was mainly a Freestylin' mag guy; I only got an occasional BMX Plus because the only place to get those was in the city, not in my town.

you never heard of Mike Buff and your a freestyle guy?
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-YHV2MTWLcuw/Ubm7IYVTGfI/AAAAAAAAUHk/dNY1dAcl7ZY/s1600/se_aug84.jpg

http://www.23mag.com/mags/bpl/bpl7911.jpg

https://tse4.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.KmpXORxrrWOoYG9zyETWXAHaJ9&pid=Api

https://sebikes.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/buff-and-rl.jpg

http://www.23mag.com/mags/bbw/bbw313.jpg


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bikes were made to be pedalled if we don't ride them they get sad:(!
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#24 2018-02-25 5:07pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

STREETBEATBEAST wrote:

lowrider wrote:

STREETBEATBEAST wrote:


The '87 990 optioned STREETBEAT  IS A TEAM MODEL, super light and strong.
The SR TURBOX CRANKS were triple heat treated, super strong. I've never heard of them breaking..which is why they generally run $180 and up.

The 1997 SURPLUS of '85 STREETBEAT/STYLER/OTHER frames found has pretty much run out.
That's why good to high level examples can fetch from say, $1000 to $3000 for a GREAT SURVIVOR or NOS example.

I don’t have personal experience with StreetBeats bitd, but being in NorCal Skyways were fairly common, my local bike shop was a Skyway dealer. Everyone preferred TA’s for whatever reason, even freestylers (this was 85-87) the rumor was StreetBeats rearends bent? Not sure about 87s but all the ones I saw came with lower end parts like Odyssey brakes and cheap stems like mid level GTs. Turbox cranks also came on the better GTs until they came out with the Power Series 3pc. cool

Odyssey parts were not considered cheap, then or now. It was always a matter of choice and budget/availability.. I've seen all variations of brand parts on all brand bikes.

I've had my '87 STREETBEAT since new/day one. I am the lone caretaker. BEST BIKE I EVER RODE hands down.
Light weight, super strong, fast, well built. Geometry is perfect for my size.
The BEAT is a "POINT AND SHOOT" machine.
The platforms were basically added to T/A frames, that's it. The STREETBEAT is basically a T/A with a platforn rear end with some other modifications.
Even the drop outs were triple heat treated which is why they were considered thin..yet still strong.

I didn't hold Odyssey in high regards back in the late 80s and 90s. Now they seem to be at the top of the game.

Odyssey's only saving grace was the Gyro. Their 1999/2000 brakes were the worst I ever tried. The 2001 was better but still not as good as Dia-Compe. The Bearfoot tires were neat but not what I considered a performance tire. The Pitbull was good, but only when I used it with a straight cable; with a Gyro it wouldn't do squat. The Black Widow cranks, again, seemed kind of gimmicky...not what I considered for hard riding. I liked their VPX pedals.

When I got into looking at the current state of BMX a few years ago I was surprised to see that Odyssey was regarded as having the best stuff (based on what people were running and comments).

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#25 2018-02-25 5:16pm

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Re: The Rodney Dangerfield’s of BMX collecting???

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

blammo585 wrote:

ritchiecamaro wrote:


Ever heard of Perry Kramer???

No. I didn't start riding and getting magazines until late '87. By 88 SE had very little presence in the mags. And I was mainly a Freestylin' mag guy; I only got an occasional BMX Plus because the only place to get those was in the city, not in my town.

you never heard of Mike Buff and your a freestyle guy?
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-YHV2MTWLcuw/U … _aug84.jpg

http://www.23mag.com/mags/bpl/bpl7911.jpg

https://tse4.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.KmpX … mp;pid=Api

https://sebikes.files.wordpress.com/200 … and-rl.jpg

http://www.23mag.com/mags/bbw/bbw313.jpg

Freestylin' mentioned Mike Buff in passing periodically, but never showed him doing anything. I knew he was a former rider but that was about it. Heck, by the time I got into it I only saw Eddie Fiola in a few magazines and then he was gone. Mike Dominguez, too. In '88, Mike Dominguez was pretty much non-existant at comps wasn't he?

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