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#1 2008-11-09 1:07am

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1992 Robinson SST

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1992 Robinson SST

Picked it up on eBay. It is never too late to live your dream! I am turning 40 and practicing for my first race.
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Update 08-08-09 Fully hooked on BMX. ...Been racing a cruiser for 8 months now. Took the Robinson back to the track last night for old school fun.
Update: SOLD SOLD SOLD


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#2 2008-11-09 9:46am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

sweet build,we are never to old to RIDE or BUILD

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#3 2008-11-09 9:50am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Sweet ride, those robbie's ride very nice! tongue


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#4 2008-11-09 10:12am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Thanks. The ride feels pretty good so far. smile


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#5 2008-11-09 10:44am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Cool--I want to start racing again too (I'm near forty)--nice bike; I saw that on ebay

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#6 2008-11-09 1:49pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

sweet ride...I like the all blue! Mine is all red lol

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#7 2008-11-09 5:05pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Cool bike.  I haven't run into too many mid school Robis I didn't like.


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#8 2008-11-09 7:47pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

good luck at the races!


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#9 2009-02-27 12:41pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

What is the serial on that? Curious what makes it a team model?

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#10 2009-02-27 12:49pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

This is NOT a Team Model!


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#11 2009-02-27 10:57pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Thanks Brindle. Sounds like you know a lot about them. It was sold to me it as a Team Model. The serial is 06922402. I don't know the difference.  Can you please explain?

I still love my bike and it's fun to ride regardless. However, I would like to update the info in my post with what is correct.

Thanks for your help!


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#12 2009-02-27 11:12pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

The only ones that are Team Model's are the Pro's, and Amtrac's smile

The sst's were their low end bike so all the kids could afford them. smile

You can make it just like the Team Models, but the frame would still be shorter.


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#13 2009-02-27 11:16pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Thanks for the info, Brindle. I appreciate it! cool


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#14 2009-03-10 10:25am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

I thought the rebel was the low end, non chromoly bike? nice looking Robinson big_smile

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#15 2009-04-07 9:23pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

That bike is gorgeous!!! this is my favorite generation of Robinsons
thanks for the comment on my dads supercross big_smile

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#16 2009-06-06 12:45pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

i was lucky to see it in person and it really is one of my favs

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#17 2009-07-23 2:20am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

I agree, its never too late to live your dream, I am nearly 40 myself but Im practecing hard for my  first race.I wish you good luck at the races !  wink


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#18 2009-07-23 6:22am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Hey Olschol...Thanks for the comment. Good Luck at your first race. If it is at Santa Clara PAL, I might even be lucky enough to see it! (Has your son been running that sweet Supercross?)

Have Fun and Race Hard!


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#19 2009-07-27 10:55am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

olskool convinced me to race 20 inch so im building a boss badboy to race against his boss badboy in about to weeks

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#20 2009-07-27 11:24am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Hey...That's awesome! What day? Maybe I should bring the Robby out that day for a few practice laps. wink


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#21 2009-07-27 12:25pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

my best guess is 2 Fridays from now, my boss badboy will be done in about a week

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#22 2009-08-08 5:31am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Update 08-08-09 Fully hooked on BMX. ...Been racing a cruiser for 8 months now. Took the Robinson back to the track last night for old school fun.

http://i613.photobucket.com/albums/tt211/missnova66/92Robinson080709.jpg


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#23 2009-08-08 2:23pm

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

it was nice seeing the robinson again, by the way that was a cool bike rack you had out there

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#24 2009-12-08 10:30am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Ever race 20"s or did you just start on a cruiser?

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#25 2009-12-08 10:52am

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Re: 1992 Robinson SST

Hi Bonefrost,
I ran some practice laps when I first started last year on my 20". I switched to cruiser right away so I would have some closer competition. I'm about the only woman at my local track. On the 20", I would have to race guys with 25+ years experience or 9 year old girls. So the cruiser is a good fit for me, but I guess it depends on who else is at your local track. I am racing with the men, but our track has plenty at every skill level. I think mixing it up with them is making me better. I went to a state race a few months back and was right in the mix with other women on cruisers my age. Got a 3th and 4th out of 6. I'm planning on racing my first national in Reno next month. I can't wait!


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