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  1. Hi All, first build for 2017, 1980 Taipan powder by Roberto, reanodised by Benny VX cranks and chainring, kkt lightning, Suntour Power stem, Suntour Clamp, MX1000 calipers. NOS Ukai box rims laced to NOS Suntour low flange hubs, NOS Win bars, Nos Dia compe pre bemt levers, NOS OGK grips, OG TX500 forks with new decals, Faun 80s MX seat, NEW snake belly tyres, New Dia Compe cables, New chain ENJOY!!!
  2. Here is me on my fully stock madison taipan. Three piece cranks, tange forks ,flip flop hubs, alloy every thing eles. It was my first Bmx. And i loved it. Then it got stolen out the front of my house
  3. Tell me it's a Madison Taipan.
  4. Hi Guys, I am currently rebuilding my Madison Cruiser and have a question. Is the Madison Terrain Cruiser the same as the Madison Goanna? Or were they two different bikes? Cheers, Brenton
  5. Hey Oz, I've finished bolting this old girl together with bits and pieces that I've had lying around. She is in survivor condition but the frame has definitely been painted and had a new down tube sticker applied at some stage throughout her long life. I'm calling this one '78 because the serial number starts with 01 and from what I can figure that makes it 1978. Other 1978 models I've seen have a single gusset or have been repaired with a double gusset but this one appears to have been originally produced with the double gusset. My interest in the Mado stems from an early model my older brother had BITD - his was probably a '78 or '79 model and from memory was an orange/brown/rust colour but I've never seen another that reminds me of it. Parts list: Forks: Akishu (flaky chrome/rust) Stem: Win slant Bars: No name v -bars Grips: New-ish AME Seat: Mongoose Messinger Post: ? Chrome Cranks: Takagi MX (chrome/rust) Spider: Takagi style - unstamped Chainring: Takagi Pedals: Skyway Wheels: Tuff 1's Tyres: Duro I didn't have any rat trap pedals (thought I did ) or more appropriate tyres. So she will stay like this for a while.
  6. Hello and Help!!! I have here 2 Madison's which after a lot of researching comments I don't know what they are. The red one has had fresh paint and some new parts, the blue one is a survivor which will stay as is. Can anyone help me ID these 2 Madi's please!!??
  7. Well, I have finally had a chance to get on and say G'day I joined this forum to meet like minded people and learn as much as possible to help with my father and son project- Restoring Old School BMX's... I live in the Redlands Council in Brisbane, and have not ridden a bmx since I was in Uni, 24 years ago... With 3 boys growing up behind a bmx track , it was only a matter of time before I would start a project with them and start restoring bmx's... I have got a few bikes on the go, with 2 potential old school bikes I would ride myself... I am still looking for quality bikes to do up, so if you have something that is pre 1990 (preferrrably pre 1980) that you have not time to do up, then please let me know... Cash paid, no matter what condition the bike is... I rode a green Madison in the day and would love another... I was never able to afford a Redline, Mongoose, Diamond Back, Hutch, PK Ripper, Moosegoose or Kuwahara so I would love to get my hands on some of those. Glockster and Ant have already helped me with a mongoose Expert & Unkown Twin Tube Freestyler... So thanks guys, you are both great people... Love to meet up on the next months Ride in Brisbane or Gold Coast. My boys are keen to come along too and show off their new rides when they are built. Cheers all, John
  8. Hi Everyone I am new to this site so excuse me if i make any mistakes.My name is Andy im from Brisbane, 42 yrs old and goin thru my second childhood.As a teenager i had a Madison MXDR that i got for christmas in '81'.My old man was pretty big on bying Aust made and these Mado's were made locally here in Brisbane at Cycles Aust at their Geebung site so i guessed thats why i scored one for chrissy that year.After this i had a '85' PK Ripper that i wish i still had in seeing the coin they are worth now.If only i had a crystal ball!Anyway i am halfway thru restoring what i think is a '82' Mado it has the serial no starting with 05**** up on the left hand side gusset any help or info regarding this would be great.Also did any of the Mado models come with brackets welded onto the frame for a chain guard and were any of the Mado's factory fitted with a colour matched chain guard?Again any help or info would be great.Congrats on a great BMX site.Andy