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  1. The second 1984 Raleigh Magnum I purchased in 2016. This one was the rougher of the two. Original seat, seat post, seat post clamp and head stem. New decals, paint and a few other bits including some old school IRC comp 3 tyres.
  2. Abandoned project. Great old vintage bike to start working on. The only damage I could see what a small flake/chip on the neck (see photo), other than some extremely light scuffing. Prefer pickup from Brisbane. I found this write-up on the Burner series: Raleigh were a little slow to enter the BMX market and didn't get a range of bikes together until around 1982. The original line-up consisted of five bikes:The Raleigh Burner was the bog standard model and sold by the shed load. It had a steel frame and forks, steel rims and cranks and - I think - alloy V-handlebars.The next model - the Tuff Burner - was a little more expensive and featured yellow Skyway Tuff II mag wheels, but other wise the two bikes were identical.Next up was the SuperBurner - essentially a Burner but with a kind of gold chrome finish on the frame. It looked pretty trick but if memory serves the spec was about the same as the standard Burner.By the time you get to the Ultra Burner however, things move up a gear. Araya 7X rims, Suntour loose bearing hubs, Sugino one-piece chro-moly cranks and spyder with alloy chainring and Suntour power handlebar stem were pretty trick for a bike bought in Halfords. The frame was the same steel frame as the Burner (but with a different finish) but the forks were chrome Tange TX1200W items, though (I think) still made from steel and not chro-moly. Alloy V handlebars and budget, but genuine, dia-compe brakes complete the Ultra Burner.This was my first bike and retailed in Halfords for £130. Mine however came from the Earls Court motorcycle show 'Bike '82' in which Ammaco had built a wooden BMX track and were running demos throughout the exhibition. A dealer at the show was offering Ultra Burners for £117. The £13 saving represented quite a few weeks of my paper round so it was worth it. And I'll never forget my overwhelming joy as I wheeled my new bike out of Earls Court - still flat packed and wrapped in cardboard - having worked and waited for two years to finally afford my own BMX bike!Top of the range was the Pro Burner. Similar spec to the Ultra Burner but with a full Chro-moly frame and forks with 'race proven' geometry. I think it retailed for around £225 and as such I didn't see too many of these around.The Raleigh Burner range went on to become one of the best known brands in BMX at the absolute street level. Parents knew and trusted Raleigh's name and reputation and the 1985 UK race team line up of Andy Ruffell, Craig Schofield, Martin Jose and Stu Diggins gave Raleigh real credibility on the race circuit.Raleigh was to the UK what Huffy was to the USA. Lest we forget the importance of the humble Burner
  3. I recently purchased two of these frame sets plus a few parts. A relatively low end frame from 1984. Merida made. Not quite the quality that Mongoose were getting but a nice looking frame nonetheless. 20" top tube seems quite long for the old-school era, flat brake bridge and no guard tabs had me hooked. This one is the slightly cleaner of the two, and this one I have the before shots of. A couple of weeks of prep and paint - did a few frames at the same time - it was ready to build. I had a few parts set aside for something like this, so built up using period parts. The original seat went back on as well. I needed to re-create the decals. These Australian Raleigh Magnum's are few and far between.
  4. A rough frame fork bars and seat was all I had to start with. Pretty happy with where it ended up. Needed to recreate the decals for this one.
  5. I was given this frame many years ago and since then it has been sitting in a shed, i believe its a Raleigh Rampar (With Redline Stickers, which were already on the frame when it was given to me?) but not sure on what year it is etc, the serial number which is on the dropout is (2A0175) with a baseball symbol, if anybody knows any information about this frame it would be much appreciated, cheers...
  6. When I was 6 or 7 my mum bought me a new BMX. That bike and me went everywhere there was to go, it was my life. We were in a small (ish) town in South Australia, The bike was a Rampar R11XL and I spent the next 10 years on it! It went though many resprays, part replacements and all kinds of abuse over the years and then one day, after it had been in the shed for many years, a careless cleanup found my beloved bike make its way to the tip To say I was devastated when I had realised this occurred would be an understatement. I had lost a huge part of my life. Anyway, fast forward a bunch of years and I decide to recreate my good old bike. Not as it rolled of the showroom floor, but as it was when i had modified it to how i liked it, to when it was my personal Rampar. Frame powdered by Roberto, Repop Skyway's, DiaCompe 890's, Suntour seat clam, Suntour stem all re-annoed by Benny, NOS Takagi Cr-Mo 170mm cranks (rechromed due to some rust starting) NOS Suntour chainring and spider, Rechromed Rampar 400x forks, new custom decals from Del in the UK, repop kashi saddle, It's not to everyone's taste i'm sure, but that's not what it's about. So here it is
  7. Boxing day was my eldest's 12th birthday and his gift from us was a new bike. Well, it was actually an old bike, but you know what I mean. I placed a wanted add here on OZBMX for a Rampar frame and received a response from ONLYREDLINE who had an R10 and was happy for me to have it for postage only!! What a bloody legend. I also managed for find a set of NOS forks for it from Mr.BMX which were factory standard Rampar 400x's to match the frame. Frame was powdered "Signal Orange" by a local powder shop, wheels came from Benny at strike a shine, Custom coloured decals from Del in the UK and the rest came from "oldschoolBMX.com.au" To say he is happy is a massive understatement. here a few pics of the new addition to the stable. As it was when we started, how it is now and couple with some of the stable mates the red bike is a red devil, the green one a Madison MXR20, the yellow is a Raleigh Magnum and the blue is the younger Rampar, the R11XL Thanks again to the community that is OZBMX. Where it all started After powder Signal Orange The new owner building his ride Build complete The three amigos! Mado, Rampar and Red Devil The family, Raleigh Magnum, Rampar R11XL and Rampar R10
  8. Assorted Parts to clear out..... Prefer Local Pickup from Victoria, Doncaster East. Can post these Aus-Wide FREE!!! AUSTRALIA only! HOTFOOT 24 velro padset (Repro from UK) Here's a set of reproduction Repco "Hotfoot 24" padsets to suit the 24inch cruisers. GOLDEN/Yellow text on black material. This is mint new and still in sealed bags from when it came from the UK pad dude. I never opened it because i sold my Hotfoot 24's by the time the pads arrived. pics tell the story $70/set. - FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. HEADSTEMS ASSORTED - Polygon and more - survivors. Take a pick at 3 Polygon stems, and MX2-style "E" stem, or the clean mini stem. Pics tell the story. $30each, or $100/LOT! - FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. BULLSEYE Bottom Bracket Set. - Survivor. Here's a BULLSEYE Bottom Bracket Set. - Survivor pulled from bike. Selling "as is" for parts or anyone who dabbles in rennovating parts. Pics tell the story, seen some serios wear'n'tear trying to be fitted or removed (before i got it) Note 2 internal washers have cracked apart (see pic) $40. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. SUNTOUR "VX" Sealed BMX Bottom Bracket Sets. - Survivors. Here's a selection of SUNTOUR "VX" model Sealed BB sets. - all Survivors pulled from bikes. (The right-most one in the USA adapter is not available) There are 4 BBSets on offer now... Selling "as is" for parts or anyone who dabbles in rennovating parts. Pics tell the story, some BB's are quite clean, some have some damage when trying to be removed with wrong tools (before i got them). $40each, ($30 for the red painted one), or $120 the LOT! - FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. MALVERN STAR 'Lightning Bolt' seat - BLACK - survivor. MALVERN STAR "Lightning Bolt" seat, with 'Malvern Star' logo on both sides, and embedded Lightning Bolts in sides of seat (probably where a sticker would sit within). Pics tell the story. Re-black the seat and it'll come up as new. $40 - FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. TUF NECK chainwheel disc - Alloy - SILVER - USED. Here's a TUF NECK chainwheel disc, USed, with basic wear marks around centre BB-hole and crank-stud area. This is ALLOY, and includes mounting holes for 110 & 130bcd chainrings. Polished or Re-Anno'd this'll come up a treat. $40. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Original "Super Deluxe" chainwheel discs - Alloy - SILVER - ex shop stock. Here's 3 "Super Deluxe" chainwheel discs. These are ALLOY, and include mounting holes for 110 & 130bcd chainrings. $40 NOS, $30 shop-mounted, $20 ex-bike, or $60 for all 3. - FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. 1 - NOS never used, 2 - Still super clean, but has small rings where a BBset/crank was mounted. 3 - Used, pulled form bike, quite clean but has clearly been ridden on. Chainwheel disc - Steel - CHROME - USED. Here's an unstamped Chrome (steel) chainwheel disc, Used, with basic mounted wear. This is STEEL(Cro-Mo?), and includes mounting holes for only 110bcd chainrings. Polished or Re-Chromed this'll come up a treat. $30. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. BMX car rego plate - decorative item This is a novelty "actual-size" number plate for the BMX fan. It's professionally made with the same reflective white backing as real rego plates, also includes the typical green border as used on Victorian plates back in the 'garden state' era. Very clean and an ideal addition to the mancave/bmx museum. pics tell the story $40. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. RALEIGH Rampar 400 Forks - Original Black - Shop soiled/unused. These were NEW from shop stock when i got them, but they now have rust coming thru the paint etc. Never mounted on a bike, they were unsold stock with shelfwear, and nowadays worse for wear. Fork thread is OK (tested) along the entire thread. $40. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. The End...
  9. TUF NECK - Original Gold - Used Survivor Overall great shape with small dings, colour fade and surface rust on bolts etc. Use as-is, or restore it to showroom spec. $200. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Tuf Neck 2000 headstem - Blue - Used. Here's a unique Tuf NEck 2000 "3-bolt" round stem. It's quite clean all over and deep blue (no fading). However, the main quill-bolt has snapped just inside the stem, so it'll need to be worked out. I'm throwing in a spare Master bolt (NOS), but also note it has an off-centre hole at the top. Not that you really notice with the stem bolt fitted. $100. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. DIA-COMPE MX1000 REAR Calipers #1 - BLUE - Survivors. Here's a classic Dia-Compe MX1000 REAR brake caliper - BLUE Survivor. This is the real MX1000, stamped on the back DiaCompe japan, and has the correct quick-release lever and weinmann adjuster. (replace the centre bolt to make it into a FRONT if needed). $80. (or buy BOTH MX1000's for $200/pair) FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. DIA-COMPE MX1000 REAR Calipers #2 - BLUE - Survivors. Here's a 2nd pair of classic Dia-Compe MX1000 REAR brake caliper - BLUE Survivor. This is the real MX1000, stamped on the back DiaCompe japan, and has the correct quick-release lever and weinmann adjuster. (replace the centre bolt to make it into a FRONT if needed). $80. (or buy BOTH MX1000's for $200/pair) FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. SCOTT/MATHAUSER Brake-Pads Display Stand/dispenser - Ex shop stock. Here's a classic "SCOTT/MATHAUSER Brake-Pads Display Stand/dispenser" as seen on most bikeshop counters in the 80's. This sale is for the main backing display board AND the 4 Scott/Mathauser brake pads on display. Simply undo the nuts on the rear side to remove the brake pads.....simples! $70. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. HOTFOOT 24 velro padsets (Repro from UK) Here's 2 sets of reproduction Repco "Hotfoot 24" padsets to suit the 24inch cruisers. Choice of Gold text on black material, or White text on black material. These are mint new and still in sealed bags from when they came from the UK pad dude. I never opened them because i sold my Hotfoot 24's by the time the pads arrived. pics tell the story $80/set. - FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. BMX car rego plate - decorative item This is a novelty "actual-size" number plate for the BMX fan. It's professionally made with the same reflective white backing as real rego plates, also includes the typical green border as used on Victorian plates back in the 'garden state' era. Very clean and an ideal addition to the mancave/bmx museum. pics tell the story $60. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. RALEIGH Rampar 400 Forks - Original Black - Shop soiled/unused. These were NEW from shop stock when i got them, but they now have rust coming thru the paint etc. Never mounted on a bike, they were unsold stock with shelfwear, and nowadays worse for wear. Fork thread is OK (tested) along the entire thread. $50. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. PLEASE NOTE: All these cranks have been pulled form survivor bikes. They have been closely checked and confirmed they're straight and ALL threads are working (not stripped). - Pedal spindles have been screwed into LEft/Right sides 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - BB/Spider-locknut (drive-side) has been screwed 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - BB/cone-locknut (non drive-side) has been screwed 'all the way in' to confirm thread is 100% OK. - ALL these cranks could do with a re-chrome for show purposes, or leave "as is" for vintage build/rider. I don't sell broken untested crap! ....on with the show...... Crank #2 - TAKAGI CR-MO 170x28 - 1 piece cranks. - 28T BB thread Here's a classic "TAKAGI CR-MO - 170x28" 1 piece crank - CHROME. 170mm length crank-arms. NOTE: This crank has the unique 28T bottom-bracket thread and requires a 28T BB set (Tange BB220-28, Mongoose, Schwinn etc) $50. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Crank #3 - TAKAGI CR-MO 170x24 - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "TAKAGI CR-MO 170x24" 1 piece crank - BLACK. 170mm length crank-arms. Black coating worn off crankarms as usual - Needs a re-black coating. NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) $50. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Crank #5 - TAKAGI MX 170x24 - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "TAKAGI MX 170x24" 1 piece crank - CHROME. 170mm length crank-arms. The chrome on the rear of the arms is freckling a fair bit, could do with a re-chrome. NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) $50. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Crank #6 - SUGINO Cr-Mo - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "SUGINO Cr-Mo" 1 piece crank - CHROME. 175mm length crank-arms. NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) $50. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Crank #8 - DK Cr-Mo - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "DK Cr-Mo" 1 piece crank - CHROME. 175mm length crank-arms. The chrome in some areas is freckling a bit, could do with a re-chrome. NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) $40. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Crank #9 - LC 178 Cr-Mo - 1 piece cranks. - 24T BB thread Here's a classic "LC 178 Cr-Mo" 1 piece crank - CHROME. 175mm length crank-arms. The "Cr-Mo" is stamped on the drive-side arm. The non drive is either not stamped, or well worn. NOTE: This crank has a 24T bottom-bracket thread and is suitable for most BBSets (Tange, YST, Tioga etc) $40. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. The end . . .
  10. DC BMX Seatclamp Near-Nos/shopsoiled - BLUE Seatclamp is ex Shop stock, unused. $50. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. TUF NECK - Original Gold - Used Survivor Overall great shape with small dings, colour fade and surface rust on bolts etc. Use as-is, or restore it to showroom spec. $200. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. Tuf Neck 2000 headstem - Blue - Used. Here's a unique Tuf NEck 2000 "3-bolt" round stem. It's quite clean all over and deep blue (no fading). However, the main quill-bolt has snapped just inside the stem, so it'll need to be worked out. I'm throwing in a spare Master bolt (NOS), but also note it has an off-centre hole at the top. Not that you really notice with the stem bolt fitted. $100. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. VECTOR USA "V" handlebars These are 27.0" wide cruiser handlbars. Very clean all over, original chrome, but scratched-up sticker was removed years ago. These have been on a bike, some markings on chrome (personally i'd rechrome them for show) No rust or dings etc etc. The stem bolt is a hollow freestyle bolt, not sure if thats the original part or not? Re-chrome the hollow stembolt, or fit a new one for show. $100. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. REDLINE Proline Handlebars - Original Blue - Used Survivor Overall great shape with small some headstem markings/paint chips and brake-lever scratches etc. Original paint, with faded redline sticker etc. Use as-is, or restore it to showroom spec. $100. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. TANGE TX1200 Forks - 1980 - Original Chrome - Used Survivor Stamped "OB" = Feb, 1980. Overall great shape, but the chrome is freckling/lifting mainly on the rear of the legs.... Usual rust in tight areas as usual. Fork thread is OK (tested), the fork nut has 2-3 firm turns about 1cm from the top, then it continues freely to the bottom, which is somewhat below where it would go to when fitted. Use as-is, or restore it to showroom spec. $60. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. RALEIGH Rampar 400 Forks - Original Black - Shop soiled/unused. These were NEW from shop stock when i got them, but they now have rust coming thru the paint etc. Never mounted on a bike, they were unsold stock with shelfwear, and nowadays worse for wear. Fork thread is OK (tested) along the entire thread. $60. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. HOTFOOT 24 velro padsets (Repro from UK) Here's 2 sets of reproduction Repco "Hotfoot 24" padsets to suit the 24inch cruisers. Choice of Gold text on black material, or White text on black material. These are mint new and still in sealed bags from when they came from the UK pad dude. I never opened them because i sold my Hotfoot 24's by the time the pads arrived. pics tell the story $80/set. - FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. BMX car rego plate - decorative item This is a novelty "actual-size" number plate for the BMX fan. It's professionally made with the same reflective white backing as real rego plates, also includes the typical green border as used on Victorian plates back in the 'garden state' era. Very clean and an ideal addition to the mancave/bmx museum. pics tell the story $60. FREE post Auswide, or Pickup in Doncaster East, Victoria. The end ...
  11. This is actually another thank you post. A big thanks to Deltona (Carl) who I met at the Hurstbridge show and shine this year. I had my Raleigh bikes on display and he came up to me to have a chat about them, I mentioned that I was after the NOS Super Grip tyres for my Grifter but they were very expensive to get out of the UK. Carl mentioned that he had a friend traveling over there and was getting a set for himself and would I like a set as well. As you can guess I jumped at the opportunity and scored a set which were hand deliverd to me yesteday by Carl (he also brought his Grifter around to compare) This is what I love about our community, people helping people. Carl has helped me turn my Grifter back into a rider and keep it's originality......Oh and put a huge smile on my face.
  12. Hey guys - need some help ID-ing a frame that is supposed to be a Redline. By the dropouts I don't think it is - but I can't match them to any other bike. The forks look like Tange and the frame has a Redline mini-neck stem, which I think is why the seller thinks its a Redline. The serial number is a weird one: F5103818 - the first 3 numbers match the info on the museum for a Redline PL-24: 510537 Unknown Year, Redline PL-24 (CS bridge) That would put it at mid-90s. But the frame is carrying 20" forks and a mini-neck stem (which isn't mid-90s), so I think this must just be a coincidence. I then thought it might be a Raleigh Aero Burner from the UK, which carried Tange forks, but the dropouts are different. Any ideas at all?
  13. http://www.kurtkamin...gh_serials.html I found this the most helpful with dating my frames.
  14. I reckon this is a Raleigh Rampar. Maybe even a R11. It's serial E= Enid USA, O = October, 1 = 1981 Its cute, we left the Bobby Encinas stickers that were still good on it. Its part of its story. Amazing what is hiding under housepaint. Almost perfect chrome and really tidy sugino cranks and win stem. It would have been a spectacular looking bike when it was new, the frame was blue lacquer and the cranks and handlebars were gold lacquered. BEFORE AFTER Have to sort a seat and cable and pedals tomorrow. We swapped the bars for v bars because the others aren't the flashest. Used its original grips, and swapped the steel wheels for my blue ukais. Because I am pretty sure they come out with nice wheels on them. If you think you know what model it is, please tell me. I found it a bit hard to tell with them.