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#76 2018-12-12 8:13pm

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

scottrides wrote:

perront wrote:

Top three is the best I can do.  Still have never ridden one, but I'd love to have one to stare at...
http://www.23mag.com/com/skyway/sk85sb.jpg

Had a black '88 that I rode quite a bit, but the '85s had all the rad colors.  No visual was sexier than the ad for the RL 20II combo!
http://www.bmxsociety.com/uploads/post- … 38126.jpeg

THE ad...
http://rs1136.pbsrc.com/albums/n484/chr … p;fit=clip

Yeah, I got a half chub looking at those ads lol

You're not alone...lol


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#78 2018-12-12 8:23pm

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

Hey did anyone say '87 Osborn Pro?

Of course they did!!!!

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/90304/938249_orig5c11de9c20.jpg

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#79 2018-12-12 9:19pm

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

BMX_DNA wrote:

Hey did anyone say '87 Osborn Pro?

Of course they did!!!!

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … de9c20.jpg

Yessssir!!! cool


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#80 2019-05-18 10:23am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

86 day glo pink performer wish mine never got stolen but I have the 26 now

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#81 2019-05-18 10:34am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

I can't say only one, three would be more accurate. In no order: Hutch Trick Star, SE Racing Quad freestyle and the 84 Redline Prostyler. Loved them all as a kid, owned none. At least I have a purple reign Trick Star in the stable now, the other two, probably never will own.


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#82 2019-05-18 10:41am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

Mongoose Decade. Infact, the only 80's bike I own for a reason.


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#83 2020-01-03 10:57am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

bump

RL20ii or Ozone still top of my favorite list

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#84 2020-01-03 11:20am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

I liked the looks of the air uni.  Never saw one in person though.  2nd choice was 87 gyno dtour or pro compe.

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#85 2020-06-10 9:21pm

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

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#86 2020-06-10 9:32pm

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

Spang wrote:

I like many but the CW California freestyle is my fave.https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200821/34f5bcfb-2809-4d51-81b0-339c440c3fda5c106981f0.jpeg

Is that one of yours?
Sweet. cool


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#87 2020-06-10 9:34pm

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

meangreen92lx wrote:

1988 Skyway Street Beat. Awesome color combos.  Knurling on the frame. Miami Vice looking graphics. The bike just pops. Still looking for one if you have one to sell!

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/97161/screenshot_20181211-200239_samsung-internet5c106c6b8c.jpg

My dream bike right there tongue


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CW Fork welded pegs. Peregrine crank set, Rear Peregrine Master white, Rear lavender Peregrine Master mag. Rear Peregrine HP48 mint to nos, Rear Pro Class IV white, Skyway with 990 rear, 401 175 single pinch "drive side".

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#88 2020-06-10 9:50pm

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

Fuckjjn badass


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#89 2020-06-11 1:05am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

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#90 2020-06-11 5:09am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

This is what my dreams are made of big_smile


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#91 2020-06-11 6:39am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

Has to be a trickstar for me then closley followed by any of the Haro,s

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#92 2020-06-18 11:07pm

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

My Freeflite that I still have smile

https://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/free_agent/68117

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#93 2020-06-19 6:01am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

Always thought these things were awesome. They’re VDC made right?


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#94 2020-06-19 6:02am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

scottrides wrote:

Always thought these things were awesome. They’re VDC made right?

Just went and read your post and answered my own question lol


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-BLUE Tuf Neck Tiger Stamp stem

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#95 2020-06-19 6:05am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

I commented back early on in this thread my fave is the CW California Freestyle. It still is but now I have one of my own.
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/200821/73439a35-b555-4b8c-bb67-a00e5c8a36725ee12316a8.jpeg

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#96 2020-06-19 6:44am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

86 dyno compe II's. Cool Morales designed framesets with all the GT colors and components.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/243997/20200403_1151465eecc0e4a7.jpg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/243997/20200221_2116005eecc0f53c.jpg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/243997/20190525_1817205eecc106a1.jpg

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#97 2020-06-19 7:10am

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

Dude, those Dyno's rock!  The seats and brake guards really tie in the quality look.  Brings back memories of the first bikes i saw in bike shops that really gave me that fuzzy feeling.

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#98 2020-06-19 7:11am

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#99 2020-06-19 9:47am

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#100 2020-06-19 1:19pm

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Re: What’s your favorite 80’s freestyle bike?

scottrides wrote:

scottrides wrote:

Always thought these things were awesome. They’re VDC made right?

Just went and read your post and answered my own question lol

Yup. You are correct VDC made smile
Thanks.

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