Dating redline bmx bikes
Soon after the famous V-Bars handlebars, the MXll frame and the Microline frame (mini series) were released.
With these additions the company was gaining success again and by January 1980, Redline Flight cranks were going into production.
Redline Bicycles is an American company offering BMX, freestyle, cyclocross, mountain (MTB), and road bicycles and components that is currently owned and operated by Accell.
It also owns and operates a clothing line and five race teams.
Redline is predominantly known for its long heritage in BMX racing.
Up to two regular bicycles are allowed inside each car.
The PL-24 would be their first BMX bike with 24 inch wheels, commonly known as a cruiser.
In 1983, they expanded further into the freestyle market with the RL-20 Prostyler.
Not an instant hit but it would later gain popularity with the RL-20ll in 1985.
1985 was arguably the height of Kastans success with Redline.