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1997 Robinson MX

#1 2019-03-25 1:05am

jpiseler
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From: Traverse City, Michigan
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1997 Robinson MX

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1997 Robinson MX

White Bread

So, we were not planning on building this bike, but we got a pretty good deal on the frame and we had most of the parts already, so we took a Saturday afternoon and put it together.  Max liked it so much that he asked if he could trade his Ruckus for it.  I don't think he understands how much work it will take to keep a white bike clean.  But anyway, it will be a nice neighborhood bike and it will work in a pinch if he wants to take it to the track.  The bike does look really cool when clean; we'll see how cool it is after it hits the pavement with the melting snow.  It works out for both of us - he gets to swap out for a new bike and I can use my kids as a reason to build another bike.  Win-win!


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