Today’s Bike Of The Day is a 1998 Dyno Nitro 24″ ridden by JB. This is the 2nd Dyno to be featured as Bike Of The Day and they both are featured in the same month! Check out the details below and remember to rate this bike via the sliders below.
My youth. Always loved bmx. Never a racer or freestyler. But we rode in the streets all day everyday and this was before tue invention of bike lanes. It was our basic mode of transportation. I always had hand me down bikes or cheap bikes. So now that im an old man i wanted to get myself a nice bmx. I bought the bike in Los Angeles. Cleaned it up and just added everything on that list. Its still a work in progress. But now that i have a son. We ride together. Sometimes 15 miles a day. Its fun to ride with my son and hopefully he grows up appreciating these old bikes as much as i do.
Im 43 years old from a small city called Marina, in the beautiful county of Monterey, California.~JP
FRAME: 1998 Dyno Nitro 24
GRIPS: AME Triangle
STEM BOLTS: titanium
PADS: Flight pad set black/yellow letters
SEAT: Dominator Viscount
SEAT POST: GT Chro-Mo
BOTTOM BRACKET: Profile Racing 19mm American
CRANKS: Redline Flight (Custom Flight Crank decals)
CHAINRING: Vuelta 36T, 104 bcd
SPIDER: Profile Racing Spider 104 bcd
CHAINRING BOLTS: Gold
PEDALS: VP Bear trap pedals
STICKERS: Aftermarket Dyno stickers
HUBS: Powerlite unsealed
RIMS: Rythm System
TIRES: 24×1.75 Duro Comp lll
CHAIN: KMC black/nickel
BRAKES: Dia-Comp MX2 rear Brake 116mm arms
BRAKE LEVER: Dia-Comp MX2
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