|1979||homepage.ntlworld.com/cwracing: In 1979 Roger Worsham owned a bike shop called Coast Wheels, this was located in Yorba Linda which is a small town next to Anaheim in California. Roger's first BMX team was Coast Wheels racing. Chris Blackburn was an original Coast Wheels team member, so were Chris Scott, Tony Swain and Henry Moreno. Also Robert Swick may have been on the Coast Wheels team. Roger then started a bmx manufacturing company in the early 80's which became CW Racing. CW stood for Custom Works. Although because Roger owned both companies a lot of people got confused and thought it stood for Coast Wheels, which was his bike shop. But it never did. And basically Roger switched his interest to CW racing and sold the Coast Wheels bike shop.|
|1980||CW Z FRAME AND FORK.
CW ad: In 1980, CW designed the original Z-frame; an extremely well-designed, well-built frame made of 4130 aircraft-tested chrome-moly tubing.
homepage.ntlworld.com/cwracing: CW's first racing f&f with the oval top tube. There is also a long CW ZL Pro and medium CW ZM version. Early models have the serial number on the BB, later models on the rear dropout.
|1981||CW XM-MINI FRAME.
CW ad: 1981 started out with the XM-Mini frame designed especially for the small rider. CW factory rider Roger Moore has won over 20 Nationals on it.
|1982||CW ZX-PRO FRAME.|
|1983||CW ZXL FRAME.|
|1984||CW CZ-PHAZE 1 FRAME.||1985||1985 CW catalog.
CW Z 500 16" Sidewalk bike.
CW Z 1000 20" Street BMX.
CW Z 2000 20" Street or Track BMX.
CW Z 3000 20" BMX Racing.
CW California Freestyle 20" Street and Freestyle.
CW FREESTYLE STEM.
Mike Buff rode for CW back in 1986 on the freestyle team, he was also part of the BMX Action Trick Team.
homepage.ntlworld.com/cwracing: CW changes the name of its company to Revcore and pretty much just became Revcore. Sort of "fresh up ". Roger Worsham then co-owned CW / Revcore with Bill Bellis. Bill Bellis was also the the money man behind Hutch.
REVCORE BIKE TEST.
Test dans le Bicross magazine n°69 de juin 1988.
Bicross magazine juin 1988: Le nom Revcore n'est pas inconnu des cablés Californiens. C'est en fait l'appelation d'un moyeu haut de gamme CW. Rev pour révolution (dans le sens de tourner) et Core pour structure. Quand CW décide de sortir une nouvelle marque, la consonnance du mot plaît au staff.
|1989||Around the time Hutch was turned over to Bellis, Roger Worsham wanted out of the bike business and sold his half of CW / Revcore to Bellis.|
|1991||BMX Plus! may 1992: Mr Bellis sold the company to Mike Ferriell and Jay Becht in february of 1991.|
|1995||CW closed down in 1995.|
|2002||Bill Bellis still owns the CW, Revcore and the Hutchins names.|
|Pete Augustin 1987, former Schwinn street monster Pete Augustin is replacing Ceppie Maes.
Mike Buff 1986
Ceppie Maes .... - 1987
Mike Miranda 1981, 1982.