Ron Miller, of Nevada City, California, opened the Tour of Nevada City Bicycle Shop when he was still a teenager and soon started welding Boogie Bikes mountain and possibly an occasional BMX bike1). A successful racer, he claimed the state road title at age 20, and road with Greg Lemond for the Palo Alto Cycling Club and Avocet. Boogie Bikes were made perhaps from 1982 until 1984, when Ron passed away, aged 26, from cancer.
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1982 Boogie Bike
Columbus ovalized tandem tubing. 24“ rear, 26” front. Specialized golf putter stem (1981-84), SunTour Cyclone Mark-II rear derailleur (1981-85), biplane forks with chromed crown. Red Snakebelly tires. “Ron Miller Frames” stickers on both chainstays. More pics at: https://bmxsociety.com/topic/57136-boogie-bike/
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1983 Boogie Bike
Columbus ovalized tandem tubing.
24“ rear, 26” front. SunTour MounTech 4900 (1982-84) rear derailleur, bullmoose bars.
“Ron Miller frames” on left chainstay. Chromed fork crown.
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1984 Boogie Bike
SunTour AR GT (1984), unicorn fork, bullmoose bars, same ovalized tubing.
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