Bicycle Built for the Blues

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo
Season 5

Title Card for “Bicycle Built for the Blues”.
Episode #
Written by
Shell Danielson
Directed by
Chip Lynn
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Monday, July 23, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Carranger # 6, 10
Previous Episode
Built for Speed
Next Episode
The Whole Lie
Big Burpa, Divatox, Elgar, Porto, Rygog


  • In all shots of the detonator after the initial shot, the “m”, seconds display, and “s” were all blacked out, showing only the changing minutes/miles number. (03:35)
  • Adam missed his morpher slightly when inserting his Turbo key. (07:39)
  • There was a jump in the film as Big Burpa was escaping through a thin alleyway. (08:17)
  • Divatox used Porto as a microwave to make popcorn. (09:54)
  • The bike crashed to the ground when Tommy leapt off Red Lightning and tackled Justin, but it then continued rolling until it fell over. (11:37)
  • Moments later (while the bike was stopped), the odometer changed from 01 to 00, making the bike explode. (11:43)
  • In the US footage of Justin’s fight against Big Burpa, the park was green and alive, but in the Sentai footage, the area was dead and brown, as if in fall or winter. (13:05)
  • Just before being struck by the torpedoes, Big Burpa was clearly holding an unknown yellow cube. (13:51)
  • After the torpedoes had struck around her, Big Burpa’s face grew red, and she blew steam out of her mouth before growing. (14:19)
  • The Turbo Megazord was in an inappropriate city scene when it used it’s Chest Blast on Big Burpa. (15:33)


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