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birdzgarage

I live for the CABE
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birdzgarage

I live for the CABE
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So this is a nice little cook bros cruiser that visited birdzgarage.i got some nice pics of it before it was broke down and sold on ebay closing today to the tune of 25k for all the parts in total.serious holy grail 80s bmx here boys and girls.
 
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cyclingday

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Fantastic results, Jason!
Frank and I were riding our True Torch replicas down in Newport Beach the other day, and we ran into an older couple who had bought their Cook Bros Cruisers from Gary Cook back in the 80’s.
Unfortunately, he had repainted his, but hers was still completely original from the day they had bought them.
We were mentioning some of the recent auction results for those bikes, and they were stunned.
To them, they were just the cherished bikes that they’ve owned for years, and didn’t seem too interested in selling them at any price.
The husband said, that his bike wasn’t available, because he wasn’t dead yet. Lol!
Nice couple of bikes and an even nicer couple of proud owners.
After riding my replica around for a few weeks, I can certainly see why these bikes have such a loyal following.
I was more of a Sting-Ray generation kid, so the whole BMX thing kind of flew right by me.
So, it’s fun to see how much excitement these bikes generate when we ride the ocean front bike path these days.
A lot of reminiscing going on, from the older BMX crowd.
$25,000 for an old beach cruiser is most certainly a very respectable result.
Congrats to all of the BMX faithful.
 

birdzgarage

I live for the CABE
Yeah my friend has been in the bmx collecting game for many years.im happy that I get to see so many awesome bmx parts up close and get pics.there is more coming.im glad to see you are riding yours alot and having fun
 

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Finally riding a big boys bike
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So this is a nice little cook bros cruiser that visited birdzgarage.i got some nice pics of it before it was broke down and sold on ebay closing today to the tune of 25k for all the parts in total.serious holy grail 80s bmx here boys and girls.
Holy smokes...that is unreal! I am so glad you got pics of it for us! That's a dream ride right there...Thanks birdzgarage! :)
 

ozzie

Look Ma, No Hands!
Those True torch cruisers look great. Shame Johnny doesnt answer emails. Was after 2. I’ve settled on a red menace. Sure its not made in the usa or moly but its lightweight ht (only 3kg), welding looks top notch and for $350 its a bargain. I wont be jumping it and Paul from genuine bicycle products went out of his way to pack it extra well so it made the journey to Australia safely.
 

mrg

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
My 26 in. Torker in 1980 not long after I bought it new ( the 24 came 6 mo. later ) and both on display at the VW bus meet 30+ yrs later before moving them on to a fellow Caber, funny story when I pulled the 26 out of storage it had red, gold & blue parts on it ( I really don't remember what I did years before ) still wonder what happend to those bars ( Cook Bros. cruiser bars??), I sold it to a friend who brought it back to the og look ( blue parts ) with the help of @cyclonecoaster.com but didn't like the way it rode ( he wanted a beach cruiser ride ) so I ended up with it again. the 24 was in my moms garage for 20+ yrs and was just as I bought it, bullseye hubs and all, both with quite a few miles from the Mt. Wilson downhill ( 13 mi fire road down the front, 5000 ft drop ) the 26 had the most, used the 24 mostly on short tracks but both made many trips on the HB-Newport beach trail.
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