About me

I started collecting old school BMX bikes and parts in May 2019. I got a late start therefore I had a lot of catching up to do. In the early 1980s I worked and raced at SouthWest Supercross BMX in Sugarland, Texas (thank you Mr. Nunez for that job). I bought the / CW frame with BMX track vouchers that they would give you if you won a race (top 3 in the race), we had a choice between a trophy or a voucher for $5, $4 or $3 for 1st, 2nd or 3rd place respectively. I saved them and got some Profile cranks that went to my racing GT bike so these Redline cranks went to this CW frame. All my replaced parts from my race bike went to this one. I raced a few times a week (I was #9 in ABA Tex 3, before that #10 , #116 and I forgot the rest). I worked at the bmx track , picking up trash, building tabletops, burms , watering the track, working the gate (Riders Ready, watch the lights…), shaking the dice to give rides their lanes, and the hardest of the jobs “covering the tracks” with sheets of plastic to prevent rain damage between races), in return I got to race for free (talk about child labor!). Since it was free, I got to race my class (13x, 14x, 15x and 16x) and open class and later in the cruiser class. So this CW was mine from the 80s. I don’t know how my mom kept it for so many years, as they moved from Houston to Manchester, England to the Middle East and back to the USA , now in Nor Cal. Therefore it went with them on each move , all over the world. I got it back from them only a few years ago now in 2011. My GT that I raced, got lost in while I lived in England for 4 years. I might have sold the GT in 1991 for 50 UK pounds (approx $75), but I don’t remember. I raced all these parts on my GT until I retired them to this thrasher in the early 80s . The only parts that are not from my racing days are the hubs, brakes and stem. When I got this bike back from my mom’s house, the Tuf Neck was absolutely corroded onto the frame. I had to hammer it out, it took over a week, I started lightly and finally I had to get a blow torch on it, and hammered it out. And that almost wasn’t enough, but it came out in the end. Now there is lots of play in the head tube, but my 7 y.o and I still ride it anyway. I had the frame and forks re-chromed about 8 years ago in 2011. 

Oh yeah, I forgot, another perk of working at SouthWest Supercross, was that I got free sodas and nachos.

Old School Fools (OSF) BMX set-up with some of the best frames sets from the 1980s, (Nothing is for sale on this page -NFS) along with some other NOS and cool goodies from JMC Racing AP, DY , Cook Bros. Racing, Patterson Racing, VDC, Skyway, The Sting, Titian, Champion, Torker, Vector , CW, , GT, Redline, Diamond Back HLT, Procraft, National Pro, GJS, Robinson, Nomura Racing and over 25 NOS Old-School frame sets line-up. 

  • NOS PK Ripper, in Black, Gold, Ball Burnished, Blue, and other non NOS PKs.
  • NOS VCD,
  • NOS GT Performer,
  • NOS JMC Andy Patterson, with NOS AP bars, NOS white forks, NOS chrome Forks
  • NOS JMC Shadow Chrome with NOS DY forks
  •  NOS JMC Standard short, Chrome with NOS black blade forks
  • NOS CW Phaze one,
  • NOS CW, NOS Race Quad (blue)
  • NOS FreeStyle Quad (white),
  • NOS Blazer Racing, 
  • NOS The Sting (Chrome),
  • NOS The Sting (black),
  • NOS The Sting (blue),
  • NOS Torker LP,
  • NOS Hutch BMX, The Judge,
  • NOS Hutch BMX Trick Star,
  • NOS Hutch Hollywood, Purple Rain
  • NOS Hutch Hollywood, Blue
  • NOS Hutch Hollywood, Pink
  • NOS Vector
  • NOS Black Chrome GT Pro
  • NOS Chrome GT jr.
  • NOS Skyway TA
  • NOS Pro Class complete factory built
  • NOS Diamondback HL Turbo factory complete built,

And many more Old School frame sets, all 1980s . 

This page is for other like-minded people who enjoy Old School BMX, this is our common bond. If you enjoy looking at the 1980s Old School BMX history, bikes, frame set displays, colors, and designs, therefore this is for you, and you are welcome here.


Riders Ready on the BMX museum, if interested, please see here . . .

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