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1983 Inertia

#1 2020-08-05 8:35am

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1983 Inertia

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1983 Inertia

Inertia bike before Inertia was a bike, (Flying Rhino copy)

My first BMX once I decided to dabble in BMX bikes again. Found it on Offer Up about a month ago, thought it looked cool like an early 80's bike but didn't know what it was. Guy wanted $100, we settled on $70 mostly just because I didn't want to drive away empty handed. Glad I didn't. I haven't put air in the tires or adjust a thing and it rides sweet as could be, spider webs and all. I got it home and first thought it was a Kuwahara, then a Tioga Rhino 3, now I think it's a copy of a Flying Rhino, at least based on some other BMXMuseum bikes.

I'll be bringing the Victory (4 Hearts) Bear Trap pedals back into shape and cleaning up the handles, but besides that she's pretty good looking in my eyes. As of today, I'm proud to rock this old Inertia.

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