SE stands for Scot Enterprises which was the name the original owner Scot Breithaupt named SE racing.stephen said:These SE bikes are so cool!
Being from the UK and not heard of them before just wondering what SE and OM mean. Also, are the UK's 'DMR Bikes' known in the US?
Why? Are you wearing a red fro' wig and a yellow jumpsuit? :wink: :lol: Just kidding, I have the white one and love it.kendal said:Man, I was going to get the new 08 at my LBS but when I brought the book home to show my wife, she said "are you kidding?, You will look like Ronald McDonald riding down the street". Well with that comment I told her your are right, now I made up my mind and the next day ordered my Fireman's Texas Cruzer.
the 07 was the 30th anniversary bike and I heard 400 were made. don't know if the production numbers are true but anniversary bikes are usually collectors. the new retro ones are just regular high number production models that look cool, I just bought a big ripper off the guy rat rod posted, it's way cool.bike_dude said:It's 2007 OM Flyer bone stock almost mint with all the padding except for a small paint chip on the fork.
The guy is asking for 350...
Is it really a collectors /hard to find cruiser nowadays? or just a hype :roll: