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2007 KHE Paris

#1 2008-11-06 9:37pm

brian84corvette
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2007 KHE Paris

http://bmxmuseum.com//image/pict0008_copy4.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/pict0011_copy3.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/pict0010_copy2.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/pict0009_copy6.jpg

2007 KHE Paris

parris 1 flatland custom build.

I wanted this bike for a specific reason. learning flatland on a heavy bike was hard for me. this did the trick. is a verry amazing bike, light weight - 19 pounds frame is good geometry, just the rear end of the bike has a little flex in it, wich makes back wheel tricks a little tough to dial, as you are at the mercy of the frame. I rode this bike until I got alot of what I wanted down pat, and moved on to my sickchild.


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Bass adicted - car stereo crazy - flatlanding any bike with pegs
hittin switches in the old school low low goin down the block
rollin on Dz  and blastin my musics

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#2 2008-11-11 7:46pm

BigBoiZero
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Re: 2007 KHE Paris

So what you gonna do with it?


If life gives you lemons find someone whos life gave them vodka and have a party.

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#3 2008-11-12 11:20am

brian84corvette
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Re: 2007 KHE Paris

I would feel bad if I sold it and its new user broke it.
I actually have it hanging up as art now.   good memories on that frame ya know smile

I sold off alot of my older parts,  and am kicking my self for doing it now.
wish I had it all back.  frames / bars / forks ext....   all have sent. value to me now.


Bass adicted - car stereo crazy - flatlanding any bike with pegs
hittin switches in the old school low low goin down the block
rollin on Dz  and blastin my musics

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#4 2009-06-19 1:49pm

JLFast
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Re: 2007 KHE Paris

Its a really cool color combo, and certainly worth hanging on your wall as art like you have done!!!


enjoi

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#5 2010-01-05 6:25pm

dynozonejoe
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Re: 2007 KHE Paris

is it really that much easier to learn how to flat using a flatland type of bike, the bike im trying to learn on now is super heavy, but i have no clue where to even start on buying or building a flatland bike...any suggestions...btw nice ride man cool

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#6 2010-01-11 8:08pm

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Re: 2007 KHE Paris

i'm building one of these ultra-light flatland bikes for the same reasons Brian mentioned. check out the flatlandfuel website, the weights of all different parts needed to build a bike are listed. I like the new zero offset forks, minimal reach stem (like 26mm) zero backsweep bars with low rise, freecoaster rear hub, low stack height U brakes etc etc. there are complete bikes too. the new pegs are sweet - big and light! lol

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#8 2010-06-08 9:49pm

muffe
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Re: 2007 KHE Paris

Looks sleek and minimalist style.  Definitive flatland bike. cool

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