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1999 Standard 250

#1 2014-08-24 10:27am

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1999 Standard 250

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1999 Standard 250

Custom size and color

I got this 250 straight from standard bykes in 1999.I was riding a Burgundy 250 and cracked a dropout so I sent it for warranty work. 4-5 weeks pass and I called on my frame. It turns out some how my frame got lost and cannot be found! I end up talking to rickm. And he tells me he will make me a custom frame free of charge for the hassle! He also tells me he's going to send me a "loaner" frame to ride in the meantime while mine is being made(same color and size as my original)so this TRLS250 is the results of that little mixup. 21.25TT in Mt.Dew green. not to custom but custom none the less. I love this bike and doubt if a ever get tired of ridding it. I recently redone the fram eafter 14 years of abuse and it still rides as good as the first day I rode it. Standard byke co. Strongest motherF#$%ing bikes on earth!!!!!!!


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#2 2016-10-11 11:59am

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Re: 1999 Standard 250

franking rad ride. What size sprocket are you runningand what Brakes? I picked up this one the other day and trying to run a cassette will be challenging. Thanks!

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