Sprocket History


Thanks to Dusty for the T-1 sprocket history shot! Over the years the sprockets were made with these specs…
Gower Power Sprockets: 1/4” thick 6061 Aluminum. 36T, 39T, 40T, 43T, 44T and 45T. Black and Silver. Same logo used throughout, but the placement of the logo and tooth size indicator were changed.
American Flyer Sprockets: 1/4” thick 6013 Aluminum. 23T, 24T, 25T, 27T, 28T, 30T, 31T, 33T and 36T. Black, Silver and Brown. Two different logos were used on these sprockets.
Logan’s Run Sprockets: 6mm thick 7075 T-6 Aluminum. 25T, 28T, 30T, 31T, 33T and 36T. Black, Silver, Red, Green, Steel Blue, Platinum, Dark Gray and Polished. Two different logos were used on these sprockets.

Ruben Timeline

We put together a timeline of Ruben’s frames, and threw in his ad archive and some Ruben facts. Enjoy!

The Bloody Nina Podcast

Thanks to Joe Doherty for sitting down with Nina for his latest podcast! You can check out more of Joe’s work here… The BMX In Our Blood.

“Nina Buitrago is an Austin-ite that has been riding and promoting BMX for years, always with an eye on the well being of the sport for women. I was fortunate enough to spend the weekend in Pittsburgh during the Ride Like A Girl clinic weekend at the Wheelmill and caught up with Nina there. Nina is so well spoken with an infectious laugh and smile. She also happens to be the USA UCI rider representative for women BMX freestyle in the 2020 Olympics. Enjoy the listen and support her sponsors that support Nina and the sport.”

BMX in the Blood of Nina


Head on over to Joe Doherty’s @gromdad2000 account and post your question for a The BMX In Our Blood interview with Nina that’ll happen at the Ride Like A Girl Weekend at the The Wheel Mill this weekend. Photo by Joe.