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#1 2005-06-02 10:12am

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1996 Morales Flatland

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1996 Morales Flatland

made specifically for flatland

Company started by Bob Morales who also started AFA and other freestyle firsts.
Pics 1-3 = Morales Flatland
Pic 4 = Morales BTS w/rear peg bosses


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This is not an actual account, just a place for members to post there bikes without their name being associated to it.
This is not an actual account, just a place for members to post there bikes without their name being associated to it.
This is not an actual account, just a place for members to post there bikes without their name being associated to it.
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#2 2006-02-12 8:02am

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Re: 1996 Morales Flatland

It was Bob Morales not Robbie Morales. 2 different people.

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#3 2007-07-01 2:19am

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Re: 1996 Morales Flatland

this is actually one of the first flatland specific frames,designed by Bob morales,with input fromjesse puente,edgar and ivan placencia,and the late richard zabzdyr,of graveyard bikes and all members of the flatland fugitives and flatland innovators in their own right.the morales frame had the best rear tringle I've ever ridden,and actually still do,were the second frame to sport 990s on the seatstays(after the '88 rl-20 II),and were really popular withn hardcore flatlanders in 1993-1998,this frame was introduced first with smaller toptubes,and smaller dropouts,this one featured here is the 96 version endorsed by chase gouin in dorkin in york 7(balancing act),and will no break,even if it's a little heavy for most lightweight freaks nowadays.check out www.myspace/polanco4130 for a littl clip of me riding a morales nowadays,its under my videos,so enjoy!

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#4 2007-08-07 11:03am

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Re: 1996 Morales Flatland

Polanco, I'm gonna use some of your description in this post - for my Morales Bike listing in this Museum. Just wanted to let you know.  Thanks for the info..  Its always been my Favorite Flatland bike. smile


Wanted:  Chrome UKAI 20" 36h Hoop (7C style) /// Olive GREEN BULLY frame /// Turquoise Haro Kneesaver bars (must be original paint)

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