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Diamond Back MX

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Classification Details

Brand Diamond Back
Model MX
Genre Race
Class N/A
Country of MFG USA
Year of MFG 1977
Finish Original
Condition N/A

Core Structure

Frame Diamond Back
Fork Red Line
Handlebars Race Inc
Stem mongoose gold double clamp
Headset Schwinn Type
Gyro N/A

Wheel Details

Front Hub Campagnolo
Rear Hub Campagnolo
Mag Wheel N/A
Rim Wienman 7b
Front Tire Agressor
Rear Tire Agressor
Spokes N/A

Divetrain Details

Cranks Dura-Ace
Pedals MKS BMX 7
Pedal Cage N/A
Chain N/A
Sprocket N/A
Spider N/A
Bottom Bracket N/A

Seat Details

Seat Post Clamp Tuf Neck BMX seat clamp
Seat Post Race Inc. Fluted
Seat Kashimax MX
Seat Cover N/A

Brake Details

Brake Front N/A
Brake Rear Weinmann 1024
Brake Lever Weinmann (with team bend)
Brake Cable N/A
Brake Shoes N/A

Miscellaneous Details

Grips Oakley
Pad Set Diamond Back
Number Plate N/A
Decals N/A
Other N/A

Additional Notes

Original MX Survivor
I was finally able to purchased this bike from a friend and private collector who acquired it from the original owner years ago. The original owner went down to a bike shop in Chatsworth, CA with his cousin and father to buy a bike. So, along with some advice from the shop’s owner they picked every part on this bike....yes even chose the Redline forks over the double dropout MXs in fear they would break. The two cousins rode everywhere on this bike for years until the owner of the bike joined the military. Before he went away he gave his cousin the bike because he knew what it meant to him and there it sat in a garage in Chatsworth a few blocks away from the bike shop it was originally purchased from.....and if that wasn’t crazy enough this MX is numbered #032. I’m honored to own this piece of bmx history