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#51 2019-01-02 9:29pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

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there fun bikes to ride.. I love mine !big_smile
https://bmxmuseum.com/image/dsc06493_blowup.jpg

This is my least favourite ever tonguelol

you probably like this OS more
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Yes. That is beautiful.


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#52 2019-01-02 9:30pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

there fun bikes to ride.. I love mine !big_smile
https://bmxmuseum.com/image/dsc06493_blowup.jpg

This is my least favourite ever tonguelol

it can't be every ones fave. some people have diff taste then others;)

Exactly. Kudos for doing it though.


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#53 2019-01-02 9:36pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Kurt_Rad wrote:

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:


This is my least favourite ever tonguelol

you probably like this OS more
https://bmxmuseum.com/image/dsc0015358a … blowup.jpg

Yes. That is beautiful.

kinda wish I keep that bike. but we can't keep them all lol only so many parking places.


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#54 2019-01-02 9:38pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

you probably like this OS more
https://bmxmuseum.com/image/dsc0015358a … blowup.jpg

Yes. That is beautiful.

kinda wish I keep that bike. but we can't keep them all lol only so many parking places.

Um. Dude. I hear you on that.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/56126/0fe6177f-0101-4a8d-bea9-21ece33f63d95c2d9fb8b0.jpeg

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#55 2019-01-02 9:41pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Kurt_Rad wrote:

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:


Yes. That is beautiful.

kinda wish I keep that bike. but we can't keep them all lol only so many parking places.

Um. Dude. I hear you on that.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … fb8b0.jpeg

for a 90's Dyno yours sure is bad ass !


Kindness is like Manure does You No Good unless You spread It around
bikes were made to be pedalled if we don't ride them they get sad:(!
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#56 2019-01-02 9:41pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

kinda wish I keep that bike. but we can't keep them all lol only so many parking places.

Um. Dude. I hear you on that.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … fb8b0.jpeg

for a 90's Dyno yours sure is bad ass !

It’s an 87. 91 Haro fork.

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#57 2019-01-02 9:44pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Kurt_Rad wrote:

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:


Um. Dude. I hear you on that.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … fb8b0.jpeg

for a 90's Dyno yours sure is bad ass !

It’s an 87

I that that was the 90's one you scored dirt cheap. because no one likes them much. that you painted your self and re stickered as a 80's Dyno


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#58 2019-01-02 9:45pm

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#59 2019-01-02 9:46pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Had no serial but based on the brace behind the seat tube


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#60 2019-01-02 9:54pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Like many things, models / asking price play a big role. I'd say Dyno Comps, Air's, Detours, etc. of the 90's will still have some interest. VFR's, NSX, NFX, etc., were always considered less desirable, and still are.

I'm more sad of how the Dyno brand went out like it did, to me they are an iconic freestyle brand and a lot of people grew up with Dyno. Times change I guess, not all brands will be around forever.

I still like Dyno, even the VFR's treated me well, yes not top of the line, but I liked the frame size / geometry, really wasn't bad at all.

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#61 2019-01-02 10:13pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Deimos666 wrote:

Like many things, models / asking price play a big role. I'd say Dyno Comps, Air's, Detours, etc. of the 90's will still have some interest. VFR's, NSX, NFX, etc., were always considered less desirable, and still are.

I'm more sad of how the Dyno brand went out like it did, to me they are an iconic freestyle brand and a lot of people grew up with Dyno. Times change I guess, not all brands will be around forever.

I still like Dyno, even the VFR's treated me well, yes not top of the line, but I liked the frame size / geometry, really wasn't bad at all.

To amplify its departure Dyno came back in Canada only in 04ish and was absolute garbage even in comparison to the 2001 pacific Dynos.


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#62 2019-01-03 1:34am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Kurt_Rad wrote:

Deimos666 wrote:

Like many things, models / asking price play a big role. I'd say Dyno Comps, Air's, Detours, etc. of the 90's will still have some interest. VFR's, NSX, NFX, etc., were always considered less desirable, and still are.

I'm more sad of how the Dyno brand went out like it did, to me they are an iconic freestyle brand and a lot of people grew up with Dyno. Times change I guess, not all brands will be around forever.

I still like Dyno, even the VFR's treated me well, yes not top of the line, but I liked the frame size / geometry, really wasn't bad at all.

To amplify its departure Dyno came back in Canada only in 04ish and was absolute garbage even in comparison to the 2001 pacific Dynos.

That's even worse to bring it back like that and make it pure garbage!

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#63 2019-01-03 7:26am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

DYNO the company is dead, RIP 2001.

DYNO as a classic BMX brand will never die.  Lots of dudes rode DYNO stuff all through the 80s and 90s, so a lot of people have some kind of connection to it.  The freestyle bikes mentioned were very good for the time period, on par with everything else at least.

I used to ride street on my mid 90s VFR with steel wheels and 1pc crank.  Bent the dropout and rear axle grinding, but it's still usable and one day I might even restore or resto-mod it.  That's the other nice thing about VFRs--they make a great canvas for a totally custom painted or theme bike because you won't feel bad screwing up the factory stuff, or it's usually already trashed to begin with lol


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#64 2019-01-03 7:29am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Deimos666 wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:

Deimos666 wrote:

Like many things, models / asking price play a big role. I'd say Dyno Comps, Air's, Detours, etc. of the 90's will still have some interest. VFR's, NSX, NFX, etc., were always considered less desirable, and still are.

I'm more sad of how the Dyno brand went out like it did, to me they are an iconic freestyle brand and a lot of people grew up with Dyno. Times change I guess, not all brands will be around forever.

I still like Dyno, even the VFR's treated me well, yes not top of the line, but I liked the frame size / geometry, really wasn't bad at all.

To amplify its departure Dyno came back in Canada only in 04ish and was absolute garbage even in comparison to the 2001 pacific Dynos.

That's even worse to bring it back like that and make it pure garbage!

Sold at Toys R Us


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#65 2019-01-03 7:53am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/239596/66f4c265-1581-4ba3-9295-05cc63715a4c5c2e2fa37d.jpeg
They definitely are desired bikes! Not easy to come byhttp://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/239596/a6559038-dc28-4ed5-86f6-31773bfb7ec65c2e2fe8b6.jpeg

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#66 2019-01-03 8:50am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Kurt_Rad wrote:

Deimos666 wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:


To amplify its departure Dyno came back in Canada only in 04ish and was absolute garbage even in comparison to the 2001 pacific Dynos.

That's even worse to bring it back like that and make it pure garbage!

Sold at Toys R Us

I'm not even against department store bikes as they can get kids started, but to do that that to a classic brand, does sadden me a wee bit!

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#67 2019-01-03 9:03am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

El Gecko wrote:

DYNO the company is dead, RIP 2001.

DYNO as a classic BMX brand will never die.  Lots of dudes rode DYNO stuff all through the 80s and 90s, so a lot of people have some kind of connection to it.  The freestyle bikes mentioned were very good for the time period, on par with everything else at least.

I used to ride street on my mid 90s VFR with steel wheels and 1pc crank.  Bent the dropout and rear axle grinding, but it's still usable and one day I might even restore or resto-mod it.  That's the other nice thing about VFRs--they make a great canvas for a totally custom painted or theme bike because you won't feel bad screwing up the factory stuff, or it's usually already trashed to begin with lol

Get that VFR fixed back up! I kind of wish I had my mid 90's VFR's still. I have a crusty chrome 2000 or 2001 NFX, but yeah it is kind of crusty, may clean it up at some point, it reminds me of my old VFR's, at least it is threadless. big_smile

Yeah definitely don't feel bad playing around with a VFR or the likes, can't really hurt anything.

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#68 2019-01-03 9:07am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Best thing about 90s Dyno freestyle bikes is they are so cheap and plentiful, but have a classic frame design that was used for over a decade with minor changes.  They make a great blank canvas ... kudos to members on the Museum who killed it like this

https://bmxmuseum.com/image/dyno_1998_1024_04_blowup.jpg

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#69 2019-01-03 10:43am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

ChaseDyno-Bmx wrote:

Santa's Lil Elf wrote:

CHAMPION-26 wrote:


+1 None of these models are Dead by any means.
They are dead if your talking about
VFR, Blaze, NSX and all of the other low end CRAP Models...
It is obvious you are new here...big_smile Welcome DYNO'S ROCK.

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Bob show them the German edition Dyno u have

I Want To See That

lol Here is my German Model... smile

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#70 2019-01-05 5:36am

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There's a bike in this picture?


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#71 2019-01-05 6:55am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

Deimos666 wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:

Deimos666 wrote:


That's even worse to bring it back like that and make it pure garbage!

Sold at Toys R Us

I'm not even against department store bikes as they can get kids started, but to do that that to a classic brand, does sadden me a wee bit!

Agree totally.


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#72 2019-01-05 7:21am

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

there fun bikes to ride.. I love mine !big_smile
https://bmxmuseum.com/image/dsc06493_blowup.jpg

Pedo edition. lol


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#73 2019-01-06 5:31pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

One of the “new ones” popped up locallyhttp://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/56126/6a38dd77-b20a-4abb-b999-f0c4f51d68965c32abd5ab.jpeg

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#74 2019-01-06 5:38pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

I miss my black 87 D-Tour that I sold back in 2011 due to needing money at the time, shouldn't have sold it. Still have the mags from it though in hopes of finding another one someday.

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#75 2019-01-06 5:39pm

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Re: Is Dyno dead?

CHAMPION-26 wrote:

ChaseDyno-Bmx wrote:

Santa's Lil Elf wrote:


Bob show them the German edition Dyno u have

I Want To See That

lol Here is my German Model... smile

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 57dfa3.jpg

Which one is more fun to ride?


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