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2014 Terrible One Barcode

#1 2019-02-19 8:44am

Palehorse74
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2014 Terrible One Barcode

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2014 Terrible One Barcode

Beat, but not out.

21”
Shortened rear dropsSpanish BBRunning most of my normal set-up, addition of removal rear hub wrap, frame wrap( cable binder) and seat, all in suede. Custom decals by @prints_tees.

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#2 2019-02-20 2:30pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 2014 Terrible One Barcode

cool


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