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1994 Robinson Pro

1994 Robinson Pro

What i rode in my favorite year of memories.

I recently got into the BMX rebuild scene thanks to my two year old and an obscure photo of me on one of my old bikes. I decided to see if i could find my favorite of what i rode, got extremly lucky (one owner, storage for 17 years) - flew down an purchased the exact model and year and did it up period correct with what I had or would have had if i could as a teen! Now I have 5 more bikes on the go!! Parts sourced from all over the world and through many avenues. My first ever rebuild, my first bike in 20 years and just waiting on a couple of tiny finishing parts. I love it tho.

Parts list.

Frame: 1994 Robinson pro 19.5tt full cromo with welded tag.
Forks: Robinson
Bars: Robinson
Seat: Black Uni pro w/graphite stem. (first museum purchase)
Seat clamp: GT single bolt - original to bike.
Brakes: DiaComp 988 canti w/smoke cable - new @ porkchop
Rims: NOS Weinmann 2121 36 hole.
Spokes: NOS chrome Asahi 14g
Nipples: Repop blue anno
Hubs: GT 36 hole sealed race, original to bike. repop decals.
Tyres: 1.75 NOS Odyssey Barefoots dated 1989
Stem: GT original stamped 1994
Headset: GT Tien Hsin original to bike
Cranks: Race Face forged stamped 1994. 42 RF ring
BB: Came with cranks, alloy housing sealed bearing. YST shaft.
Pedals: Suntour xc??
Chain: new KMC K710sl silver hollow pin.
Freewheel: Suntour 16t chrome
Grips: GT NOS same as I had as a teen
Chain tensioners: MCS red anno

Pads are on the way, chrome is original but decals are repop from Porkchop. New bolts, nuts and crank caps are en route to make it 100%. this is a rider, hence the original chrome and crank powder.

Hope you guys like it and thanks to the help from members on this site! keep an eye out for the rest to come. (this is a resubmission)

Submitted by ineverusethis

  • Race
  • Company: Robinson
  • Model: Pro
  • Wheel Size: 20"
  • Toptube length: 19.5
  • Headtube size: 1"
  • Details I didnt pay for mine as a kid - local bike sponsorship did. This one has cost enough to make up for that.

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