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#1 2018-01-11 9:57pm

Jettn25
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From: St.louis
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2012 Skyway T/A XL 24

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2012 Skyway T/A XL 24

My first retro and daily rider. I tried to build it with my old school ideas. I came as close as I could with new technology. I dig it and the bike rides great.

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If winning isn't everything then why do they keep score?

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#2 2018-01-12 8:18pm

butlerglc
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From: Port Angeles, WA
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Re: 2012 Skyway T/A XL 24

cool riide brotha!!


No more media blasting at this time.
I am always glad to give advice any time!!!

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#3 2018-01-15 9:50am

Jettn25
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Re: 2012 Skyway T/A XL 24

butlerglc wrote:

cool riide brotha!!

Thanks brother


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#4 2018-01-15 9:52pm

getwheels
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Re: 2012 Skyway T/A XL 24

Seeing this makes me want to get into my shop and build up mine.cool


Old-Mid-New School it's ALL COOL... Racing- 80's, idle-90's, now Cruzin' 24's & 20's & Yes I roll on Graphites. 
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#5 2018-01-18 8:19am

Jettn25
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From: St.louis
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Re: 2012 Skyway T/A XL 24

getwheels wrote:

Seeing this makes me want to get into my shop and build up mine.cool

Do it! These are very smooth riding and comfortable bikes. Plus, you can ride them and not worry about wearing down or having to replace the vintage parts from your old school collection. This is my go to rider when I head out with my kids or by myself . Its funny when the most knowledgeable bike dudes of today think its a 80s bike lol


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