It was headed by Vice President of Manufacturing Hoppy Brooks, in his attempt to market bike frames. Skip Hess started BMX Products, Inc. out of his home in Simi Valley, California in September 1974 with his first product being the famous Motomag One wheel. In its early years Hess recalled that about 600 frames per day have been produced at its Chatsworth, Los Angeles location.
Brunswick sold Mongoose to Pacific Cycle in 2000 and Pacific Cycle was purchased by Montreal-based Dorel Industries in 2004. By combining Pon.Bike and Dorel Sports, a quantity one bicycle firm on the earth might be created, with a combined revenue of around 2.5 billion euro. Mongoose is a brand name of bicycles originally mongoose hybrid bike designed, manufactured, and offered by BMX Products, Inc. RECO was a wholly owned manufacturing division created for insurance functions to be separate from BMX Products, Inc, although RECO was all the time produced in-house.