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2002 Eastern Big Street

#1 2019-04-10 2:40am

Slappy4130
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2002 Eastern Big Street

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2002 Eastern Big Street

Bike Shop Survivor, Proton Series

Bought in Goleta, CA. Bike was barely used based on the condition of all the parts. Was Originally bought from Solano Avenue Cyclery in Albany, CA. Stoked to save this survivor as it is in the same condition and form you would get from the factory. 


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#2 2019-04-10 12:59pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 2002 Eastern Big Street

Dang. That looks like it could survive a direct hit from a Tank Mortar. :o


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#3 2019-04-10 6:29pm

Slappy4130
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Re: 2002 Eastern Big Street

Haha! It's a beast but in this era no one cared about weight all that much.

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