rachaels stingray

Discussion in 'RR KID BIKE BUILD OFF' started by Rachael, Feb 27, 2008.

  1. TheDuke

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    :shock: Lucky Duck! :lol: :lol: I've been looking for one of those for my Speedster but cant afford an arm & leg for it! Should look great on an already AWESOME Bike! Once again -Great Job!!!!!!! 8)
    L8 EM
     
  2. Schwinnspastic

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    Here is Rachaels Bike as "done" as its getting for now.
    Shifter mounted
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    The finnished product well sorta she can finnish the accessories later
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    A Proud and Happy Kid
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    Great job Rae...I think she has learned a lot the past couple years and is already thinking about the next one.
     
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    haha wow man how old are you.
    im 17 and i dont think i could ever do that.

    thats awesome it looks like you did a great job
    i love the color its gorgeous
     
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    im with you man
     
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    FANTASTIC!!!
    :mrgreen: :wink: :D
     
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    that's great stuff. well done young lady!
     
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    You got our vote!
     
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    Nice! Wouldn't change a thing.
    I wonder if I could make a 16" muscle bikelike that?
     

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