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#251 2019-06-21 11:30pm
Re: Found out a mystery bike it took almost year
OK just for being stubborn and not taking me at my word lol, you can wait on proof. I'm making all this up. You caught me.
I dont know who owned Flattrack or who "made the frames" for them. I haven't looked into it more yet. For those of you who take me seriously you can help look into it more. Since I dont have the frame anymore and know they were never a major player in BMX, Im not holding up the releaqse of my book for such info. The old days were so packed with stuff i never knew, since I started racing in 1978 I am blown away at what was never covered in the BMX magazines or sanctions newspapers.
How Do you know? ,why should we take you seriously?do you have a picture? What should be your truth?
How can you name a bike and it company without looking into it ,shouldn't that be good info for a book? If there is a book?
All good ? You got to think we dont know you or even if you are making a book what if I say i am from the year 2065 i know all the lottery numbers it's going to be in a book i am making here a number 2 come on ,if your holding out on you really know something that's a dick move
Now all things aside the company flattrack which look like redline make there frame make sence of the 1st guess i had just make a full circle with a name too the only thing is proof to back it up
looking for 16 skyways,white jr seat,haro forks 82-84,and more stuff for hight freestlye bike pm me have lots to trade or might have cash