anybody out there know about skyway mtb's
it takes lighting speed to make thunder.
Apparently not! But you've piqued my interest - if it's the dame company as Tuff wheels and TA fame.
EDIT: apparently there was only one - called the Lemurian. Had a triple butted (OX Ultra?) True Temper frame. That's all I can find. Would like to see a picture if anyone can find one.
Last edited by mechagouki; 03-12-2011 at 09:03 AM.
5 is the old new black; 6 is the new new black...
i don't have a pic but it is a "lemuria expert"
Here's a pic:
Catalog PDF here:http://www.ajkbikes.com/downloads/ca...%20Catalog.pdf
It's an Exage group on it, so nothing too special but will interest the BMX guys.
thanks. thats the frame and fork i found for sale
What vintage are we looking at? Were the frames built at their Reading facility or farmed out to Asia?
Need: McMahon rigid fork.
That's a 1988 catalog - the frame looks similar to a million-and-one other asian frames I've seen, possibly Toyo, maybe Miyata?
As has been mentioned numerous times before, "Built in USA" was open to wide and varied interpretations back then.
it dose have the old made in the usa tag on it.
frame and fork are about 10lbs