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#1 2014-02-22 9:00pm

starkos
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From: St. Charles, IL
Registered: 2012-03-13
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2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24

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2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24

Full chromoly 24" freestyler

*SOLD*
Mostly stock with the exception of Odyssey Sweepstakes 9" bars and a longer seat post. It doesn't feel as much like a 20" as I was hoping for, but I haven't ridden it much so the verdict is still pending. Frame: Full Chromoly Fork: Stln Chromoly Bars: Odyssey Sweepstake 9" Stem: Stolen Top Load Cranks: Sealed SIC Cranks Pedals: Stln Thermalite Wheels: Rebellion double-wall Sprocket: Stolen 25T Seat: Stln Kusion


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"Maybe unlearning the concept of impossible is the key to exploring the mind even further."--Brian Tunney, E Lot--A Flatland Short


"You're having way too much fun. It's making everyone uncomfortable."

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#2 2014-02-23 5:02pm

RadBrad
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From: West Palm Beach, FL
Registered: 2012-03-07
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Bikes: 76

Re: 2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24

great choice, this bike has whats important, sealed bearings throughout full chromo thats whats up cool


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#3 2014-02-23 5:26pm

starkos
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From: St. Charles, IL
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Re: 2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24

Thanks.  I really was set on a Sunday Model C at first, but it seemed like this offered a lot more for not much more $$$.


"Maybe unlearning the concept of impossible is the key to exploring the mind even further."--Brian Tunney, E Lot--A Flatland Short


"You're having way too much fun. It's making everyone uncomfortable."

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#4 2014-02-24 6:02am

RadBrad
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From: West Palm Beach, FL
Registered: 2012-03-07
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Bikes: 76

Re: 2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24

You def did the right thing!


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#5 2014-08-30 7:19pm

rbonner70
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From: New Jersey
Registered: 2011-04-12
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Re: 2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24

I have a 2013 that I changed up a bit too. The Saint is a cool fun bike to ride, and definitely better then the Tri-moly Model C. Great work Bro.

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#6 2014-09-01 11:15am

starkos
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From: St. Charles, IL
Registered: 2012-03-13
Posts: 149
Bikes: 9

Re: 2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24

Thanks for the compliment.  I actually haven't taken the time to even ride it that much yet, but hopefully will do more so this Fall.


"Maybe unlearning the concept of impossible is the key to exploring the mind even further."--Brian Tunney, E Lot--A Flatland Short


"You're having way too much fun. It's making everyone uncomfortable."

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