Repco Hotfoot

While researching information for my '85 Team Hotfoot and up-coming '82 Team Hotfoot build, I got so sick of finding information then losing it again that I started copying images of bikes, parts and advertising material into a single place. To assist others, I have reproduced this information over the following pages .. most of the information can be found on OzBMX and BMXMuseum and I am not pretending that this informtion will replace either of these valuable resources.

Please browse through all of the material I have collected:

If you have any Hotfoot information or photos, please forward them to me and I will add them to the site. I am especially interested in brochures and advertisements as these are most valuable when restoring bikes back to their original glory.

1984 / 1985 Repco Catalogue

The 1984 / 1985 Repco catalogue features a great line up of Hotfoots - ranging from the 12" Mini Hotfoot, 16" Mity Hotfoot the 20" HiTen and Team versions as well as the 24" cruiser but, unfortunately, the freestyle Hotfoot did not make it. Another interesting bike appears in the catalogue - a 26", 5 speed that resembles the 24" cruiser albeit with a different head angle. I have included every page of the catalogue in below, simply click on an image and you can scroll through the remaining 30 pages.


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Other Catalogues

  • 1980 Repco Catalogue
  • 1981 / 1982 Repco Catalogue
  • 1982 / 1983 Repco Catalogue
  • 1983 / 1984 Repco Catalogue
  • 1984 / 1985 Repco Catalogue
  • 1985 / 1986 Repco Catalogue
  • 1986 / 1987 Repco Catalogue
  • 1987 / 1988 Repco Catalogue
  • 1988 / 1989 Repco Catalogue
  • 1989 / 1990 Repco Catalogue
  • 1990 / 1991 Repco Catalogue
  • 1991 / 1992 Repco Catalogue
  • 1994 Repco Catalogue
  • 1995 Repco Catalogue
  • 1982 (?) Giant Catalogue
  • 1982 Falcon Catalogue
  • 1983 Falcon Catalogue

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