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  1. Mongoose VINTAGE 1980's Factory rider BMX Pants. Smaller size youth 26 waist, the idea was to get RAD to print up Factory Jersey to frame it as a wall hanger. COLOUR IS Vibrant, Seriously in very good condition 8.5/10 I would mark them as with no scratching etc, definately no crashes. They look Ultra Cool and the only reason I am selling these and a pair of JT's (been after them for ages) that I will list too as found another Vintage item requiring the ultimate sacrifice. Will down load more photos over weekend, you can wall hang them in the Man cave with a jersey but what would be cool is if your kid races and they wear them. Price includes delivery anywhwere in Australia. $250
  2. Bike was not for sale but this guy is now offering $1000 for it. What do you guy's think? Should I sell or keep?
  3. Does anyone know what bike this is.Been stored for 20 years plus on bottom code starts with letter "t"
  4. Yep it's on again. In conjunction with the Cooloola BMX Club G-Town Shake Down Open Day race meet. In Gympie, Saturday 10th October. There is a race meet the night before too. Unofficial camping, same as last year. No showers available this year though. Cameron and I are sponsoring People's Choice and every vote goes in to a draw for a mystery prize. Retro Race Classes are sponsored by Oxley Cycles. The flyer for the race meet is available on the BMXQ website.
  5. Early magazines are notorious for having cut-outs or missing pages. All these are very good for their age and any problems are listed. Includes postage within Australia. Paypal or DD and I'll combine on postage. Location is Malvern Vic 3144. Ask any questions and thanks for BMXA May '79, complete with no cut-outs $25 BMXA Jan/Feb '79 complete. A few micro tears in bottom pages and a few small 'dog ears' $25 BMXA April '80 cover barely attached, centre spread loose and an ad cut-out pg 91-2. Tinker Juarez cover and pictorial. $25 BMXA May '80 cover barely attached, cut-out on contents page, otherwise excellent. Stu interview. $25 BMXA June '80 has been damp at some stage but pages aren't stuck together, centre spread loose. First looptail Quadangle test and Eddy(Eddie) King Torker interview. This issue is really hard to find in any condition. $30 BMX Plus! Jan '81 cover torn and barely attached but complete. Stu interview. $20
  6. Don't forget. Saturday 11th October is the G-Town ShakeDown here in Gympie. There is the vintage bmx show n shine and swappie. Prize for People's Choice. It's also the Cooloola BMX Club's open day. There is Retro Racing too. (For licenced riders). 2 months!!!!
  7. Gold Classic Vintage/Retro BMX Show & Shine - upcoming event in Qld!!!! Keep October 12, 2013 free. There is a Vintage BMX Show & Shine in conjunction with the Cooloola Gold Classic BMX Open Day in Gympie, Queensland. Also a mini swap. And they will be offering Retro classes for racing too!!! BMX licence needed for that of course. This is an outdoor event so you will need to bring your own shelter. So get polishing your shiny things. I heard there will be a trophy for best bike/people's choice. Or even more divisions (still nutting out those minor details) So bring your blingy best !!!!!
  8. Hello I'm wondering if anyone has copies of or knows the names of Australian magazines or BMX publications from the 70's or 80s. OR has any photographs of themselves riding in the 70s or 80s that we could use in a feature film! hit me up if you do.
  9. After a few years of having these limited anniversary models in storage, I finally got around to reassembling them. Neither have ever been riden, but the high quality(sarcasm), sun rims are losing their chrome as normal, which is why most of these models end up wearing tuffs! I will be replacing the rims, or maybe just getting the re-chromed properly, as I do want them keep original. 1 is signed number 192, which is actually serial number FSS4H00008 the other is signed 193, and has the serial number FSS4H00001 - making it the first frame stamped of the line! This one is signed by a lot of pros too: Kagy, Harrington, Guettler, Parslow, Whitton, Miron etc.... The last pics include my 91 Bashguard Haro sport, and my 87 Haro Sport ( which is almost complete )
  10. Hi all, I'm doing up a bike for my GF, and old 80's style step through. I'm wondering if anybody knows anywhere in Melbourne or Online where to buy some white mudguards (metal) to suit something like that? I've found plenty of chrome type ones, but I wanted to avoid the cost of powdercoating and buy them already white. Any ideas? I have a pair that came off the original bike, but they have a few small dents in them, so I'd probably prefer getting a new set. Cheers!! Ad