Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: Between the mountains and the lake.
Bikes: 8 bikes - one for each day of the week!
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Ok kids, here's your history lesson. Kastan, as in Lynn Kastan, knew a thing or two about BMX back in the 80's. At one time he owned a little bike company by the name of Redline. Maybe some of you have heard of it. He's the one that pretty much brought 3 piece cranks to the BMX scene. Yeah, the Uni fork was his too. It may have some collector value, like the frame. But the fork is crap for actual use. In the early 80's, BMX was about racing. Freestyle was only just getting a real start around the mid 1980's. Try the BMX museum online for more info about Kastan.