Discussion in 'Mountain Biking, Trials and BMX' started by Rebuild1961, 28 Jan 2018.
Might not even be a BMX. It’s missing the gyro/rotor device which should sit on the top headset which allows the forks to rotate multiple times.
Not all BMXs have a gyro - that looks like a low end unbranded bike to me
Ok tks. The price was right so its just onect
Ok tks I paid 5 bucks for it. So its something to hang up in my garage for cosmetics. Tks for the reply.
Looks like it's from the Mid School early 90's to 2000's era of BMX and as stated low end with a cheapy one piece crank and crank arm. as for the gyro those are normally on flatland bikes and you can see from the picture this only had a rear v brake again very Mid School era of BMX, either way $5 is decent
The D on that sticker looks like Diamondback
Its cheap and cheerful ,i know that much lust looking at the frame and parts
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