|1984||New product information, BMX Action, december 1984: Here it is folks, the first of what promises to be a tong line of highperformance, top end, full-bore BMX goodies. It's the new super light Peregrine BMX seat. The lightweight Nylon construction, streamlined profile and a dual textured surface make the Peregrine an ideal choice for both racing and freestyling. Bolt it on to your favorite seat post and you'll immediately be swooping, diving and attacking just like a peregrine falcon, one of the fastest creatures in land.|
|1987||Mike Loveridge on the cover of the 1987 catalog.|
|1990||Peregrine and F&S Designs have joined forces to produce Peregrine Power Pedals. Bill Feamster, the main man behind F&S, says he came up with the design, presented it to Peregrine and worked out an agreement to have them manufacture the pedals.|
|1991||From june 1 through august 21, the Plywood Hoods are "rolling" across the USA on their '91 summer tour. Kevin Jones, Mark Eaton and Chase Gouin have hooked up with Peregrine and tour manager Jerry Uy to put on this tour.
Peregrine's new Pro bar II.
Five-piece construction designed by Craig Lepage. made of 100 percent chromoly steel. Available in chrome, black or white.
|1992||In 1992, Kevin Jones is working with Peregrine on the manufacture of a Plywood Hoods freestyle frameset.
Peregrine frame and forks weighs 6 pounds 1 oz made from 4130 chromoly tubbing, drop outs are 3/8 inch has 1 inch gusseted headtube twin top tubes 990 rear brake mounts
|1997||Peregrine is still advertising in BMX Plus! july 1997.|
Craig LePage 1991
Scott Santamaria 1991