The original Ideal Toy was first stocked on the shelves of toy stores in 1973 with their first edition Evel Knievel, "King of the Stuntmen", Stunt Cycle. Over the next several years the play set would undergo a series of makeovers.
The Evel Knievel chopper bike was released by Ideal in 1975. The toy based on Knievel's life size Chopper.
This bike was based on an original concept motorcycle which Evel planned to jump the Grand Canyon with in 1974, however the plans changed.
The Skull Canyon play set is rare if you can find it complete. The small parts included in the play set would frequently become lost.
1975 Ideal EVEL KNIEVEL FLING-A-MA-BOB Frisbee toy.
In 1974 Ideal released the Evel Knievel Stunt Game. This was a very innovative board game where Evel Knievel races around the game board. In addition Evel performs 6 Daredevil stunts and the strategy of the game is the best cyclist wins.
In 1974, costume designer Ben Cooper released the Evel Knievel Halloween costume for children. If you were a boy in the early to late 70's you most likey remmember it.
The Evel Knievel Canyon Sky Cycle was issued in 1974 and continued in production untill 1977.
The Stunt Stadium was released in 1974. Like the Stunt World play set, It consisted of a vinyl carry case which opened up to a grandstand and 46” arena.
Evel Knievel Oil Paint by Number Colloring Set. Hasbro 1974 . 16 in x 12 in canvas, 8-1/8 oz bottles of paint and two brushes were included in the set. Complete sets are valued between $25-$200 (sealed)
In 1976 the Ideal Toy Co. released the Robbie Knievel "Teenage Stuntman" action figure. Boxed figures are valued between $100-$300 depending on condition.