Category Archives: Bikes
1984 became a pivotal year of evolution for the emerging BMX Freestyle scene as a series of factors combined to energize its phenomenal growth. On the leading edge of the new movement, a committed young entrepreneur and Freestyle pioneer named … CHECK OUT MORE
Ok so what inspired you with this build? Grasso was always an all time fav. Actually everything Ozone did always looked awesome to me as a kid, always dreamt of having one of these bikes and realized this was as … CHECK OUT MORE
I asked you on instagram if you would like to see videos like this and there seemed to be positive feedback so here is my first go at it! Sorry that the focal range is so tight in this video … CHECK OUT MORE
Since we’ve been posting up parts from the 1990 Club Homeless Products it makes sense to feature this sweet 1993 Mack build. Check out more photos of this bike over on BMX Museum here. Check out James Shepherd part here … CHECK OUT MORE
This weeks Tricked Out Tuesday is our very own Shad’s old 1984 Profile Prostyler. You can check out more photos of the bike over on BMX Museum here.
John Buultjens is selling off his extensive collection of over 100+ Haro Pro Models, ranging from 1982-Modern Day. Head over to John’s page on BMX Museum for pricing. Also don’t forget to check out our John Buultjens podcast while your … CHECK OUT MORE
Who out there knew that ELF made (or at least had prototypes) for a freestyle frame? This ELF Styler prototype is a real gift. Check out more photos of the rad bike over at BMX Museum.
Photo by: Tim Wood Photo (www.timwoodphoto.net) For this weeks Tricked Out Tuesday instead of pulling a bike from our friends at BMX Museum we decided to dig into our archives for this Jay Miron Hoffman Bikes Prototype Replica by Patrick … CHECK OUT MORE
This weeks Tricked (Or Treat) Out Tuesday is Fred Bloods own prototype for the General Blood Pro Model. Read more about the bike and check out more photos over at BMX Museum.