Vintage Mountain Bike Photography by Tim Lillethorup.
Check out this gallery of vintage mountain bike photography from 1984 at Lewis & Clark Trails in Council Bluffs, Iowa. For this purpose, the MTB photos are available for purchase as prints, canvas prints, mounted prints or digital downloads for personal or commercial use. Undoubtedly you will enjoy our galleries of historic BMX and MTB photography from the early days.
You will also be happy to know we have additional websites regarding the topic of BMX racing, the history of BMX racing and sites where you can buy vintage BMX and MTB related merchandise.
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In the meantime, at Radmattic.com you can shop for our unique collection of Rad BMX T-Shirts. Bicycle Motocross was born on the dirt trails and downhill tracks of the early 1970s. There is a vintage BMX movement happening. With this in mind, People want to celebrate and re-create those days of racing BMX in the dirt by wearing BMX T-Shirts! Our authentic BMX T-Shirt designs are based on the photography of Tim Lillethorup, one of the pioneers of BMX photography. Browse and shop our current offerings, stay tuned as we add to our BMX T-Shirt collection. Wear Radmattic BMX Shirts today to stay Rad in BMX!
You may also be interested in Nebraska BMX Hall of Fame where you can learn about the early days of BMX racing in the Midwest. We created our own brand of BMX in Nebraska. It began at our local trails, on our neighborhood streets and in our driveways, on wooden ramps flying over old tires and trash cans. A bit later on, as we built our own race tracks it was downhill racing, it was fast, it was dangerous and it gave us the kind of sheer guts and tenacity to compete at the highest levels of BMX racing as the sport grew in the 1970’s.
While many states would produce talented BMX racers, what we had in Nebraska was unique. We had a core group of riders that could all compete at the national level. We were like a BMX army from Nebraska. When we rolled into your town we were feared and respected. When we left town, we were like pirates running off with the loot – cars and vans full of trophies.