Early bmx converted stingray

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birdzgarage

cruisin my 80s bmx bikes
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70 stingray. Converted to a bmx bike long ago.even has freewheel conversion.as found by @rustjunkie in the Monrovia ca area.i bought it from him and all I did was find a replacement front tire and tube.it rides actually.i will always keep it in this unrestored condition as its a small piece of socal stingray and bmx history
 
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Beach Bum III

Finally riding a big boys bike
Super cool. I remember converting a Bendix coaster brake to freewheel was the HOT trick for a little bit. I guess that makes me OLD.
 

Norrin

Look Ma, No Hands!
True old school, I love it. I’ve never seen a brake mounted like that. Can you post a close up of the brake please?
 

49autocycledeluxe

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
had one very much like that in Purple when I was about 13.... original fork though. I remember a ride to the gravel pits where coming down from a jump I bent the heck out of my seat post and had to ride home standing up. gave it to a friends little brother when I was about 16. :( if not for that I bet I would still have it.
 

old hotrod

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I remember when BMX was starting...we went to the local Schwinn store and they had a Stingray "conversion kit" for $14.99 I think. The kit included one pair of knobby tires, bars, pads, 10-speed seat and plastic number plate. The tube fork and handbrake came a little later...very fond memories!
 
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