A Taco mini bike relives the great American dream of the 1960s and your first two-wheeled experience might have been on one such machine. Check Taco spare parts at OMB Warehouse. These rigid-framed, lawnmower-powered mini-bikes were most likely made by Taco, the biggest—and most randomly named—mini-bike manufacturer of that era. Taco Mini Bike was the brainchild of John Steen, a top off-road racer and the inventor of Steen C, the first 100-percent synthetic motor oil. Steen’s company built countless thousands of its Tacquito, Burrito, and Frijole-model mini-bikes between ’63 and ’71, until more sophisticated Honda Z50 and Kawasaki Coyote mini-cycles put the mini-bike makers out of business. SoCal entrepreneur Joe Rivello has revived the Taco name around 2010with a new line of minis built in the spirit of the originals, but updated with more modern construction and components. Taco’s new 100B is cosmetically identical to the old bikes—frame tubes are bent and squashed in the same places, and the re-pop pleated vinyl seat and block-pattern tires look like NOS parts—but modern coil-over shocks and a 6-bhp, OHV engine offers a level of comfort and performance unimaginable back in the day. Don’t miss out on our stocks of spare parts for Taco mini bike.