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JJR last won the day on December 2 2018

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  • Birthday 12/22/1970

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  1. Well, I've never posted in the freestyle section as i'm a racer. I'm specialized in the Belgian brand Pro Winner. A while ago I've acquired a 2nd generation Pro Winner frame after a hunt of years. Yesterday I've got a original fork for the frame and today I've decided to build it quickly with used parts to see how it would look. After reading the SE Trickster topic, I felt the need to show you this bike. I've got my fork from the designer of the Pro Winner freestyler and I've asked if he copied the design for the toptubes from the Trickster. He said no, he didn't know about the Trickster.....interesting. Enjoy!
  2. I remember seeing that bike first time in the magazines and loved the fork design. As i'm a home made man i created this fork...
  3. R.I.P. www.hutchbmx.be now all the Hutch stuff you can find at http://www.jjrbmx.com
  4. I still have my Retro Rag 'zine, one reached all the way to Belgium back then. So, can I call myself a real old timer collector?
  5. Thought a Skyway need Skyway's. Changed the wheels and not so bad I think.
  6. yeah also remember that Skyway! It was once in a German BMX magazine.
  7. Did't post here for a long time, but just want to show you that I'm still alive :-) Normally I use a lot of NOS parts on my builds and powdercoat my frames if they are in bad shape. Now did something different. My latest project: 1984 Skyway. Always wanted a white Skyway with black Tuff wheels and so on. I remembered a ex-bmx racer who had a red Skyway and contacted him to ask if he still had it after 30 years. And yes, the bike was still sitting in his barn and I could pick it up. When I started to take the bike apart, I was wondering, why to build a white Skyway as so many did before me. I still had (and have) that memory from 30 years ago when I saw this bike at a race. So, started to wonder why not to keep the orginal custom paintjob from the '80s? Polished the frame and fork, changed some parts and kept it as a survivor with battle scars. Only the fork decals are NOS, rest used. Pics before and after.
  8. Didn't post for a long time something here, but wanted to share what is going on here :-) I'm still into old school bikes but this is something totally different. A while ago, Mano, the man behind Quiet Resistant brand asked me if I could make a frame for him as a promotional thing for his products. To keep the story short, Project Quiet Resistant / JJR BMX was born. 4 chromoly frames were made by Pir from France after my design and input (24" cruiser). 2 French guys will race the frame, 1 frame for Mano and one for me. Here some photo's of my bike:
  9. I know a bit about old school bikes because raced from 1982 till 2003... And I mean when I bought it today, it was advertised as a Minerva bike, not that it was sold as Minerva bitd!
  10. I had a MCS fork for a while and today I picked up a MCS frame to make a set. I know it's a early '80s Magnum frame. It's hard to find any info about MCS on internet. So, my question to you guys is, from what year is this frame and what decals I need (and where to find)? TT is 19 1/2" long and serial under BB 6827. BTW It was sold as a Belgian Minerva bike .
  11. I stopped to mount a plate on my bikes :-)
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