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Bob Baileys Cycle Land Sign
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Bob Baileys Cycle Land Sign

$ 1,900.00

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Bob Baileys Cycle Land Sign

Bob Bailey’s Cycle Land was a Moto Cross Dealer in Gardena in the 1960s.
Bailey built a BMX track for racing in Southern California called Bob Bailey's Cycle Park., located at 182nd Street @ Normandie Ave., Gardena.


1960's MX legend Gary Bailey’s brother, Bob, bought an entire operating golf course with the intention to have a riding park and Moto Cross track. The course was laid out, races were scheduled, but at the last minute the city refused to issue operation permit. The ad's that ran in Cycle News asked "have you ever dreamed of riding on a golf course.”


The facility never opened for business. To this day, this remains the only example of land use in this fashion. Bob Bailey was forced to sell the property. The area is now houses.


While no one ever raced at the track, some locals were rumored to have broken into the facility and practiced on the newly constructed track at night.

60" x 126" (18 feet) x 1/2"

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