R-R-R-Raw Power

R-R-R-Raw Power Share your own memories of this toy



This memory was added on: August 2, 2008

I just stumbled across your site, yep great memories come flooding back.

I LOVED GI Joe/Action Man....then I noticed the r-r-raw power bike toy, I would've had one around '76 I think.

I'm a huge Iggy/Stooges fan, maybe this toy fueled my Iggy fixation later on in life.

hahaha

Stewart
1969


This memory was added on: March 19, 2008

This is sooo cool that I found your website! I had one in the 70's. We all got them for Easter. I have been looking for one for my kids since my oldest was 4. He is 17 now and have still never been able to get one! My husband never had one and thought I was crazy all these years. Thanks for letting me show them the coolest toy I ever got from the Easter Bunny!

Laurie


This memory was added on: March 6, 2007

Are you kidding me???

This thing was the greatest invention in bicycling history.

It was the perfect complement to my Huffy Thunder Road. I think it scored me a few chicks neXt door. Ages 8,10,12.

"Huffys got a bike for style, Huffy Thunder Road"


Joel Silverwatch
1967


This memory was added on: January 28, 2007

My brother had a blue raw power on his bicycle. Hahaha. Good times.







This memory was added on: December 30, 2006

It was (I think) the Christmas of 1976 because I recieved my first schwinn ("Lil' Chic") bike on sept. of '76. I recieved the R-Raw Power toy. I remember it was blue.(my schwinn bike was yellow)I played with it before I had it put on my bike. I had the MOST fun with that thing!


Jeanine
1971


This memory was added on: August 9, 2006

OMG!! HAHA I had one of these on my "Star Spangler" bike that I got for Christmas of '76!! Even though by spring my bike was "dated" LOL, nobody messed with me cause of the R-R-R-Raw Powerthat my bike possesed!!


John
1969


This memory was added on: March 23, 2006

Wow, memoories! I was six years old in 1976, and everything was red, white and blue! My bike was mostly white with this great Evel Knieval-look. I was definitely the coolest with this r-r-r-r-r-revving grip on the handle. Loved it!


Jennifer Dickson
1970


This memory was added on: November 9, 2005

I remember this on my huffy banana seat. It had a smoked grey paint job with a lightning bolt on the seat. Loved sneaking up on the girls and then RRRRRRRReving the Raw Power to make them jump! Ifanyone knows where I can find this bike, please email me. thanks, John. deepjeepin@sbcglobal.net


John
1970


This memory was added on: November 3, 2005

I had the same Huffy bike. I think it was called "The Hombre". I hated it then. And would pay top dollar today for a vintage model with fake plastic gas tank and fat orange banana seat.


Geoffrey
1970


This memory was added on: June 16, 2005

There was a kid in my school that has a chopper bicycle with one of these. He would only answer you if you called him the Fonz and he had a switchblade comb. he would chase me around the playground on that bike and try to kiss me. I did think the bike was cool but the Fonz had to go.


Dee
1965


This memory was added on: April 25, 2005

OMG -- I'm looking for one... sigh... I had a blue one on my purple banana seat Huffy bike. Sigh again...


Kim
1971


This memory was added on: March 24, 2005

I had one of these but it was "The Fonz" Version. It was black and my Quicksilver bike was the talk of the Daggett Street.


John
1969



This memory was added on: February 16, 2005

Isn't it amazing how a cheap little toy like this can totally capture a kid's imagination? My dad put this thing on my purple metal-flake, yellow banana seated chopper bike, and I felt like the king of the world, revving for the neighbors. Totally awesome memory...thanks.


David Peterson
1963


This memory was added on: November 26, 2004

Man I remember this it was a blast to have on my old Huffy with the banana seat, and the smashed can in the spokes..


Steven Myrick
1974