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1989 Robinson Pro

#1 2014-03-12 7:06am

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1989 Robinson Pro

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1989 Robinson Pro

This my original Robinson bmx with all original race parts

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http://i740.photobucket.com/albums/xx50/BrettCourtney/unnamed-1_zps2e1462fe.jpgFrame: 1989 Robinson Pro
Canks: Redline Flight 401 Full Wrap Single Pinch 180mm
Bottom Bracket: Redline Techmatic
Sprocket: Redline Bubble Font 42 Tooth
Pedals: Hutch Bear Trap 9/16
Brakes: Dia-Compe 1985 MX 901
Handle Bars: Haro Group 1 Race Kneesavers
Stem: DK Pro XL square corner
Rims: Araya 20X1.5 36 spoke
Spokes: Asahi Double Butted 14g X 194mm
Freewheel: Suntour 16T
Hubs: Suzue with sealed 6000RSL and 6200RS WTW bearings
Headset: Tioga Beartrap II
Headset Lock: Hutch 2 in 1  1"
Hutch Bottom Bracket Lock Nut 28T
Seat: Viscount Dominator 2166 made in Taiwan with blue lettering
Seat Clamp: DK Oval
Seat Post: Haro Master Fluted Layback 22.2 SAE 4130
Grips: AME bubble
Tires: Tioga Competition III 1.75"
Pad Set: OG Robinson Padset
Chain: Sachs Sedis 1/2 3/32
I have owned this bike since 1992 and have taken excellent care of it. My dad originally bought this bike from a local BMX racer, Richard Robinson. It still has all of the original parts. I just finished cleaning it up and adding some new grips, tires, and pad set. In the future, I would also like to post some photos of it next to my brother's bike. It is a black Titan with the same wheels, cranks, handle bars, and stem. It was purchased at the same time from Richard Robinson's racing friend, Mike Keyser. Richard Robinson and Mike Keyser were good friends with Kansas City local Dennis McCoy.Thanks for looking! Nothing on this bike is reproduction

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#2 2014-03-12 4:33pm

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Re: 1989 Robinson Pro

Sweet ride bro

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#3 2014-05-13 6:27pm

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Re: 1989 Robinson Pro

I added a few new photos dear sweet brother ;)

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#4 2014-07-05 10:51pm

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This is my favorite bike on the Museum! I wish the white tires were black, but still my absolute favorite bike on here! I would F**K that bike if I it were mine! I love this bike way more than IPD's scooter!


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#5 2014-07-05 10:54pm

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haha, thanks! I feel so much better now :) I'm a fan of the whites myself but maybe I'll put some blacks on her sometime to make everyone happy.

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#6 2014-07-07 11:11am

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I'd swear that's an 1988. Nice bike :cool:


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#7 2014-07-07 7:43pm

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Thanks Legendofjd3! She was born on Nov. 1988 but I was told it's an actually an 1989 because of the frame style. :D

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#8 2014-07-09 2:48pm

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all original?? since when did redline flight becom stock Robinson pro parts :lol:

looks way to clean like a peiced to gether show bike. in sted of a used race bike. but still a pretty BMX bike.


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#9 2014-07-09 2:57pm

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Re: 1989 Robinson Pro

All original race bike…..My brother and I never got to race them except for the neighbor kids around the block. However, we did get them from pro racers who were getting out of the sport in 92. All the parts on her are the ones from 92 except the pad sets, grips, and the tires. My dad made sure we took really good care of our bikes since we weren't filthy rich. We weren't allowed let leave them outside or on their sides. Also, he made sure we put a fresh coat of wax on them regularly.

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#10 2014-07-12 3:21am

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Re: 1989 Robinson Pro

Jocool0785 wrote:

All original race bike…..My brother and I never got to race them except for the neighbor kids around the block. However, we did get them from pro racers who were getting out of the sport in 92. All the parts on her are the ones from 92 except the pad sets, grips, and the tires. My dad made sure we took really good care of our bikes since we weren't filthy rich. We weren't allowed let leave them outside or on their sides. Also, he made sure we put a fresh coat of wax on them regularly.

Beautiful bike. Why say its been together forever if it hasn't. Doesn't affect value and just seems odd.

You have completed WTB ads in "your posts"  for many of these parts. Odd if this was your untouch bike since you were a kid. I seen a few parts besides pads ect that you mentioned. Just though it was odd that you had a wtb for Haro bars bear trap headset ect.

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#11 2014-07-12 6:19am

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BmxRider420 wrote:

Jocool0785 wrote:

All original race bike…..My brother and I never got to race them except for the neighbor kids around the block. However, we did get them from pro racers who were getting out of the sport in 92. All the parts on her are the ones from 92 except the pad sets, grips, and the tires. My dad made sure we took really good care of our bikes since we weren't filthy rich. We weren't allowed let leave them outside or on their sides. Also, he made sure we put a fresh coat of wax on them regularly.

Beautiful bike. Why say its been together forever if it hasn't. Doesn't affect value and just seems odd.

You have completed WTB ads in "your posts"  for many of these parts. Odd if this was your untouch bike since you were a kid. I seen a few parts besides pads ect that you mentioned. Just though it was odd that you had a wtb for Haro bars bear trap headset ect.

Because it does…..The reason that there are similar race parts in my WTB adds is that I'm building a pink Hutch Hollywood for my daughter with exactly the same parts (Hutch Pedals, Tioga Headset, DK Stem, DK Seat Clamp, Ayra Rims, Suntour freewheel, Asahi Double Butted Spokes, Suzue Hubs, Redline Crankset, Redline Bottom Bracket, Redline Sprocket, Dia-Compe Breaks. etc…).  Also, some of the parts I'm tracking down for a build my brother is doing on his Titan. Sorry for the confusion.


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#12 2014-07-12 6:33am

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I changed my bike description from all original to 95% original and included the parts I changed. That's probably a more accurate description and I've seen others do the same. Sorry for the confusion

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#13 2014-07-23 12:23pm

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Re: 1989 Robinson Pro

:cool:


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#14 2016-09-04 10:25am

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Wicked nice bike!

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