A 1999 Huffy Enigma XL is the first Bike Of The Day feature for March! This bad boy looks like it came straight out the box, it’s super clean! Huffy was into BMX racing heavy back in the late 90’s and early 2000’s. They were definitely pushing things forward with their pro BMX frame designs. With Huffy’s recent return to BMX Racing, I hope they get back to making pro level frames and the bigger pro size frames again. Big shout out to Robert Edwards for submitting this classic “Mid School” BMX racing bike!
Custom mid-school with new- school upgrades. As I’m sure you know, Randy Stumpfhauser was “the man” back in the day and he road for Huffy at the time. Huffy was ahead of their time with built-in integrated chain tensioners. They were also one of the first to offer a 1 1/8-1 1/5 tapered head tube, found on their “Primus” model. They made quality products, at a affordable price back then. Raced it around 20 years ago at the local level in Germany for a few years before switching over to mountain bike events. Recently I retired from the Army figuring why not pull it out of the box, dust it off, tune it up and head to the local track!~Robert Edwards
- Frame: 1999 Huffy Enigma XL 21in TT/ 7005 AL
- Fork: S&M Race
- Bars: S&M Slam
- Grips: ODI Ruffian lock-on 143mm
- Brake/ Lever: Shimano DX w/ Box One pads
- Stem: DK Race XXL
- Headset: FSA
- Seat/ Post: Insight
- Chain/ Freewheel: Shimano/ 16t
- Cranks/BB/ Chainwhel: GT/Profile 180mm, 44t
- Pedals: Shimano DXR
- Wheels: Odyssey Race Factor Rim w/ Odyssey Race Factor large flange hubs
- Tires: Tioga Power Block 175, Fastr X 185
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