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  1. I wanted to start a thread showing the products and details of everything Rebel Racing. Go ahead and post your stuff and any info about it....bikes, pictures, uniforms, etc. i'll start showing the differences of the early looptail Rebels me and greyboy just figured out. There are two different versions of the Rebel Racing "General Lee" pro looptails. We've seen pics of the Rebel Racing magazine ad's in 1981 but can't say for sure when the frames were first released. for now, we'll say 1981 through 84. For reference...the pictures show a chrome 1st gen. and orange 2nd gen. Gen 1 pre-serial 19.5" top tube flat brake bridge seatmast angle is similar to headtube angle shorter rear dropouts thin blade-cut seat post cutout on seatmast chainstays are spaced a little wider where they attach to the bb shell 1" top tube diameter seat stays attach to the seat mast at a higher position, even with the top of the top tube Gen 2 serial numbers stamped on outside of rear dropout 20" top tube round brake bridge (have seen a flat brake bridge example also, currently owned by r-reekie) seatmast angle more laid back from head tube angle longer rear dropouts clean seat post cutout on seatmast chainstays are attached closer together on the bb shell 1 1/8" top tube diameter seat stays attach to the seat mast in a lower position, even with the middle of top tube
  2. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2014 Bring your vintage bicycles out to the Lone Star Vintage Bike show at Don Johle’s Bike World for a day of fun and nostalgia. Bike show will be from from 10am - 3pm in the parking lot of Don’s shop. Cost to enter is $5/bike and there will be trophies for the following categories...BMX Race; BMX Freestyle; BMX Cruiser; Rat Rod; Muscle Bike; Cruiser and Lowrider. Swap meet space also available for $10 a space. Call 972-240-7678 for info.
  3. Just heard X Games added BMX Dirt to the competition list! Also saw that 3 team members from Empire BMX are competing (Morgan Wade, Chase Hawk, and Sergio Layos). See the full invitee list here http://xgames.espn.go.com/events/2014/austin/invitedathletes/ I was looking around for some rides to the event, but haven't found any yet. Same for parties? I did hear you could park your bike at Circuit of the Americas! Anyone heard anything?