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Nice frame mate - looking forward to seeing what you do with it - keep us posted  :popcorn:
« Last post by deeman on May 27, 2020, 12:51 AM »
Does anyone happen to have contact details for Paul Sharpe of OT Cycles at all? io seem to have lost his email addy.
Tech and Restoration / Early Freestyle/Skatebowl inspired Kuwi build...
« Last post by ammacopij72 on May 26, 2020, 03:25 PM »
been looking at lots of piccies of that awesome period around 81-83 when freestyle came long but there weren't any dedicated bikes about yet. Lots of cool creativity in building race bikes into freestyle machines like we looked at in BMX Action Mag...

So to that end I managed to snaffle this lovely 1983 Chrome Kuwi KYZ (would have loved to get a KZ-1 but silly money) and hope to start building her up soon, the other pics are the sort of direction i'm going with this build...
BMX Chat / Not a show pony
« Last post by hotdog on May 26, 2020, 01:04 PM »
Rode passed some horse stables yesterday in the lanes at the back of the airport. I couldn't help myself...
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Welcome / Re: New to RADBMX
« Last post by Picklez on May 25, 2020, 10:32 PM »
Does anyone know by looking at the photos if it's a street beat or street scene do the frame, forks and bars look original? Thanks

I'm no Skyway expert but thinking refinished Streetbeat 2 frame with aftermarket forks  :-\. Looks like it has 990 brake mounts on the underside  of the chain stays, and fork drop outs don't look  like og Skyway for street beat/stylers. And Street Scenes appear to have had screw in pegs halfway up the fork legs, which yours don't seem to have.

As said, post in Tech & resto when you can get some fresh images, there's a few Skyway gurus on here that should be able to help better.
Man your builds  :coolsmiley: :smitten:. Another stunner, I'm in awe  :4_17_5:.
Welcome / Re: New to RADBMX
« Last post by Rich87 on May 25, 2020, 10:17 PM »
I will do when it arrives in the flesh take some better pictures of it that is if I'm not looking for a new roof over my head when she answers the door to take delivery of it when I'm at my work 😂 cheers
BMX Chat / Re: Self Isolation Builds
« Last post by stu27 on May 25, 2020, 09:32 PM »
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Been working  on my Steve Wilson today, part of my early BMX days  at Redditch track, then visiting his workshop  fistblump

Nice three piece crank will be the next purchase.

Love that :smitten:
Used to go to the Redditch track whenever I stayed at our nans in south Brum  :daumenhoch:
Many thanks, Loved Redditch  track. Steve Wilson was minutes away, so we would always visit, he watched us like a hawk, just incase we nicked any bits😀
Always remember Halfords next door
If you're visiting San Francisco with your bike then head on up Haight Street to the Golden Gate park,through the park and hang a right and you'll eventually hit the Golden Gate bridge from the other side.
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The annual 4130 Subway 'Follow the Monkey' ride. Oceanside,Ca.  2018...
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