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  1. Ran our first race tonight. 13 motos. Ran 46-50 novice and took three thirds. Melissa had to run us three guys and finished fourth but stayed with us the whole track. Great night!
  2. The track just posted this pic of me and Melissa leaving the gate.
  3. As many of you know, I bought my wife a new DK Swift Pro last August and we started going to the local track every Fri night and watching the races and riding that track every Sat and Sun from Aug through Nov. We then bought a Fresh Park practice gate and used it all winter as well as exercises and treadmill. Well tonight was the first practice night at the track and we went. We were kinda feeling like it was the first day of high school but everyone was so friendly and amazing. There were over 60 people at practice. At 49, my wife and I are the oldest registered racers at the track but we hope to show all the parents that they should join and just have fun. Friday night will be the first BMX race of my life. Hers too. I rode from 4 until 16 but never raced. The feeling and excitement is amazing. We were able to do alot of gate starts and make as many laps as my legs would allow. Wish us both luck on Friday. The only problem is that now I literally have as many new school race bikes as I do old school bikes. It's a disease. We both had our new Chase bikes there but we also made laps on my 2013 GHP 24.
  4. Mike Hey All very valid points. In 1975 I was 4yr old so....... Again GREAT build!
  5. Absolutely not. I just knew that's what it had to be so I posted that. ;) Just had never seen that before......ya know, because I'm not old like you!
  6. Is the master link the thing that someone would point out or am I missing something else?
  7. No clue how I missed this last year. This is freaking amazing!
  8. AMAZING build as always. Nice red or orange master link too. Please cut the zipties.
  9. I've only seen two of the 77's like yours. Yours in blue ano and another gold ano one.
  10. Ya, I saw last week in AZ at the National that Eric Rupe and Harry Leary were racing 50 and over cruiser. Those guys were flying!!
  11. It is a 2004-2007 Hi tensile freestyle Quad. It's literally worth $150 MAX.
  12. There are a couple nice ball burnished examples floating around and there was a guy who messaged me here with one exactly like mine. I tried helping him and gave him ALL the specifics on it and he said twice that he would look for more info online (eyeroll). I must not know anything. I told him I was a cash buyer and he vanished. Have i mentioned lately how much I loathe the human race? Here it is. I probably upset him when I told him the frame was great but the rest needed to be in the garbage.
  13. The serial number doesn't mean shit without knowing what make and model you have. We don't read minds.
  14. Yep. They did a run of them in late 76/early 77 (yours) and a run in late 79 (mine). The early ones (yours) were simply a Cycle Pro Foiler that Bastian decal'd as Race Inc's ( FMF dropouts, long seat stay gusset, brake bridge and no serial on the BB. Cycle Pro were the only Bastian frames that had a serial in 77). Mine is a reg 79 RA7 with the flat dropouts, short seat stay gusset and an RA2xxxx serial number.
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