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#1 2009-12-23 7:08am

sneaker_freak
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2007 KGB Psychopower

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2007 KGB Psychopower

Rebuilt recently with bits and bobs I had kicking around. Gonna use it for bad weather riding and dropping when learning new tricks.

KGB Psychopower frame, Odyssey 10mm rake fork, We The People neocontrol bars, KHE K26 stem, prismatic post, watanabe seat, rotor sprocket, hindenbirg crank, stimulatorz pedals, hollow pin half link chain, bonanza levers, magic u brakes, suelo magnesium pegs, primo tyres, fly micromachine wheels, hammer & poor boy gyro covers


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#2 2009-12-23 9:01am

pitbaldridge
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Re: 2007 KGB Psychopower

dang man , just looked through some of your bikes . you got some of the sweetest newschool flat stuff around . i collect mostly midschool race and early freestyle stuff , but im wanting to start grabbing up some of these newschool flat and ramp/park rides .

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#3 2010-08-13 3:06pm

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Re: 2007 KGB Psychopower

I got to give props and add this to my favorites for the sole reason of having a rear brake on your cool KGB!

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#4 2011-07-09 1:29pm

RADMAX
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Re: 2007 KGB Psychopower

Cool! cool

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#5 2011-09-19 8:28am

Ike
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Re: 2007 KGB Psychopower

saweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet ride

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#6 2011-09-19 8:32am

Ike
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Re: 2007 KGB Psychopower

I looked at your bikes and I just wanted to know which would be the best to start learning flatland with or without brakes, and what in your opinion would be the best frame to start off with?

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