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  1. Hello, I have a BMX that I have been unable to ID. I bought this bike at a police auction and it had a decal on the head tube "state bicycle company". I don't know if that was original or added later. The serial number on the bottom bracket is stamped M 840005728 The bike is light. Bare frame is around 5lbs or less. I think it's 4130 chromoly as the tubes really sing high pitch when tapped on. It came with the GT style asymmetrical one piece cranks and 80's handle bar clamp,and vp metal pedals. The bars have no seam on the inner tubing and they are light. I think they are 4130. They also look like something styled from the 80's. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Please let me know if you need more photos. Thank You,
  2. So, pretty much the first thing I do when i first get my hands on any Freestyle bike is... an Endo! Usually one of the first tricks we try to learn, and also gives you a great sense of the bikes overall geometry. Plus they look freakin' RAD.... So let's use this thread to post up pics of all kinds of ENDOs. Post up pics of you (preferably on your bike(s).... ....but also your friends... shots at contests.... and even favorite magazine shots. Here goes.... Endo on the 83 Freestyler... The 87 Kuwi... GT
  3. Old school BMX show & race on Saturday, June 16 in Yukon, Oklahoma. Show is from 5:00-7:00. Bikes need to be in place by 4:30. Categories include: old school, mid-school, freestyle, cruiser. Old school race is after 7:00. The show is free. Entry fee required for race. See details on the Yukon BMX Raceway Facebook events page. We’ve got lots of sponsors donating prizes and goods: Anthem Brewery, Hoffman Bikes, Celestial Cycles, Al’s Bicycles, Schlegel Bicycles, Melonbike, Outdoor Lighting Perspectives Of OKC. Bring your bikes! This is a “can’t miss” event! For info email yukonoldschoolbmx@gmail.com or call 405-548-5835.