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Hi I don't now what kind of bike or logo please help thank you.

  • I think your second image got lost somehow - try using edit to re-add that.
    – Criggie
    Mar 26 at 1:46
  • Hi, welcome to bicycles! With an identification question like this it's always good for you to say what your reason is for asking. If you just think it's a neat logo, that's different than if you're trying to get a value for the bike or figure out how to maintain it.
    – DavidW
    Mar 26 at 15:53

It looks a lot like the logo for BlackEye bikes.

They seem to have two different styles of the letter "B" in their logo.
The one that looks the most like the logo in your picture looks like this
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BlackEye Killroy

The other style of "B" appears on the header of their web page. The backwards facing arrows are more pronounced
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Here is a bike in the wild from bmxmuseum.com with the same logo
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  • Perfect! I spent some time browsing BMX logos but never found this. What was the search string that worked best ?
    – Criggie
    Mar 27 at 21:04
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    @Criggie I never found a good search string. I found it by going to bmxmuseum.com and looking at every brand that began with a "B" until I found the right one.
    – David D
    Mar 28 at 21:26

All we can see is a logo of a B with spikes to the left, a top tube reinforcement plate which implies a BMX as does the fork with no visible brakes, and a matt-black rattlecan spray paint job. I don't recognise the logo, but someone might.

Sadly a bike getting sprayed like this is normally because its not worth a good paint job, so if you're expecting a hidden treasure underneath, you'll be disappointed.

I'm guessing you're not the person who did the spraying, so try asking the bike's previous owner (ie whereever you bought it from)

You can also have a close look at the sides of the downtube and look for a sticker/decal under the paint. Its not unusual for a lazy painter to leave all the stickers in place.

If you want to get a set of decals made that says "hardy bros" and stick them on, then go ahead. Your bike is your bike, and you can do to it whatever you want. The exact brand really doesn't matter.

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