Share your favorites on Show & Tell

1982 Puch,Magnum

In Sporting Goods > Bicycles > Show & Tell.
Bicycles569 of 11211960s Stelber Ladies BikeVintage Italian 12 Speed,Gialma Carlo,Campy Equipped
Love it
Like it

huntwitchhuntwitch loves this.
HedgewalkerHedgewalker loves this.
ho2cultchaho2cultcha loves this.
Add to collection

    Please create an account, or Log in here

    If you don't have an account, create one here.

    Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate

    Posted 11 years ago

    (28 items)

    My 1982 Puch,Magnum
    Barn fresh,and all original(except the tires)
    This is the only known complete to have survived.

    Tange Forks
    Dia-Compe Brake
    Suzue Hubs
    Araya 7X Rims
    Sugino Cranks
    Puch (Pronounced Pook)is a manufacturing company located in Graz, Austria. The company was founded in 1889 by the industrialist Johann Puch and produced automobiles, bicycles, mopeds, and motorcycles.

    See all
    NOS 1983 Torker 280 brand new ! Complete box stock! Vintage Old School BMX hutch
    NOS 1983 Torker 280 brand new ! Com...
    Ritchey P22 20
    Ritchey P22 20" in Team Colors Shim...
    1969 Vintage Celeste 56cm Bianchi Record ROADBIKE Steel Campagnolo Extra Bicycle
    1969 Vintage Celeste 56cm Bianchi R...
    Vintage Neon BMX bike Sutton Team Hazard freestyle Skyway GT bars Dyno bicycle
    Vintage Neon BMX bike Sutton Team H...
    NOS 1983 Torker 280 brand new ! Complete box stock! Vintage Old School BMX hutch
    NOS 1983 Torker 280 brand new ! Com...
    See all


    1. gearpunk gearpunk, 11 years ago
      Thanks Bell!
    2. heyslugger, 11 years ago
      Seems like I read somewhere about these being imported in to Australia as well as here. You may do a little digging on their BMX sites. Can't dafe a loop tail! Nice find. My first motorcycle was a Sears badged Puch. Total Honda dream Knock-off!
    3. heyslugger, 11 years ago
      ...Can't FADE a looptail frame is what I shoulda said!
    4. gearpunk gearpunk, 11 years ago
      After more searching I found out the frame and fork was made by Tange for Puch in Japan.

      Love the looptail bikes!
    5. gearpunk gearpunk, 11 years ago
      I looked up the Sears Puch motorcycle,and i'm digging the look.
    6. bostonfan532, 11 years ago
      @gearpunk i found this bike two years ago at a garage sale...bought it for $20 to use as a project bike diddnt do any reasearch until much of an idiot am i for changing the color from red to white. did i just make the biggest mistake of my life??? sorry but i figured you would know more about it than i mainly because i just wanted a bmx to ride around
    7. gearpunk gearpunk, 10 years ago
      @bostonfan532,sorry for the super late response.To me changing a original color all depends on condition of the bike.If a bike is beat to heck and back i will repaint it with a different color.I don't think you made a mistake.Although Puch's are rare they are not very sought after in the BMX community in turn not making them worth very much for resale.I think you did right by making a bike you liked,and able to ride around on.Some people like to hang bikes on walls.Some people like me like to ride them.So I say ride on!
      BTW,I would love to see some photos.We could find out what year and model it is.
    8. bostonfan532, 10 years ago
      @gearpunk its all good but thanks for the information. The bike was in amazing condition tho. No dents dings or anything. But I'm new to this. Just created an account to get into contact with you lol so idk how to post a pic. But email me if you would like pictures.

    Want to post a comment?

    Create an account or login in order to post a comment.