BMX Bikes

1995 Repco HiTen

The black and blue colour scheme is described in the 1995 catalogue as 'Blue Zebra'. It was also available in a chrome plated and 'Black Rex' version. This bike features TIG welded, oversized steel tubes for both the frame and forks, steel rims, steel bars and steel seat post. As you can imagine, the bike is incredibly strong but really heavy.


Like most of the 1990s Hotfoot bikes, this bike features a gaudy set of brightly coloured decals that try to highlight aspects of the bike that you might otherwise consider negative. For example, the 'Mega Tube' decals projects an image of a really strong bike but what it really means is 'bloody heavy'. Ditto the Fat Forks ..



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