Today’s Bike Of The Day is a rare 1983 Redline Series 3 -102b ridden by Tim Schackne! This bike features a sick custom colorway. It’s also the first vintage Redline BMX racing bike to be featured on Bike Of The Day! Be sure to give this bike a rating via the sliders below.
This bike was only available for one year and it was mail order only for just the frame and forks. It was so kids could build a bike with what ever parts they wanted. So that’s what I did. I built it with super cool parts with my touch of show quality restoration
The frame / forks / handlebars /rims/ were all re powdered in a 2 stage plasmic blue / and multi color metallic flake-~ Tim Schackne
Redline series 3 102b frame/forks/ Redline v-bars. Wheel set – Ukai 36- w/ bullseye 36sp hubs Nos- profile laid back seat post Nos- Elina lighting bolt seat Nos- zeronine number plate Nos- Oakley 1 grips Nos- tioga comp3 rainbow label tires Nos – redline pad set
Redline brute stem- polished
Brakes -front and rear dia-Compe 890s – 83stamped dia compe cables -with Scott mathasaur finned brake pads – 24k gold plated
Levers – dia-compe tech 2- 24kt gold plated
Seat clamp – dia-compe mx hinged clamp- 24kt plated
Cable guides- diacompe – 24kt plated
Cranks – quality cook bro’s racing product- 24kt gold plated spider- the crank arms have been show chromed, the cook bro bottom bracket was also 24kt plated ,45t Sugino chain ring chromed – sugino chain ring bolts – 24kt plated . Headset: tange- 24kt plated Pedals – kkt
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