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Yes, it's wrecked, probably by a bad landing from a jump.Originally Posted by robtown
However, BMX forks are readily available from various sources, and they're fairly generic.
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Edit: On looking closer at the photo, it doesn't look like jump damage. This bike was probably in a head on crash, which bent the fork back severely. Then somebody turned the fork around backwards to make it rideable after a fashion.
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Yes, they're bent, and what's more, they're on backwards. I'm not sure who makes one inch threaded BMX forks anymore (beyond the obvious: Chinese factories...), but they're obviously out there somewhere because every generic "big-box" store completes come with them.
Easy fix as two big wholesale vendors sell these forks.
Bikes use brakes to stop.
If your bike has breaks, don't ride it.