Today’s Bike Of The Day is a clean 1998 Robinson Pro XL sent in by Justin Crash Doyle!! I use to love those Robinson’s back in the day. This build took me right down memory lane! IT’s definitely gonna give that polished 4NIX a run for it’s money is the style department 😉 Be sure to rate this bike via the sliders below.
In these trying times, I feel like we all really need to unite and stand together and work for peaceful resolutions, as well as continuing safety to get past this pandemic also. We really need to show the world what America is supposed to be. While sitting in the garage, trying to figure out what my next stay at home restoration project should be, I felt a full on, red white and blue build was in order. I decided it was time to do a restoration on my 98’ Robinson pro XL. I wanted to use the retro gum wall and blue tires to give it a bit of a resto-mod feel. I call it the “STFH & BUILD” 🤣~Justin Crash Doyle
1998 Robinson pro xl f/f/bars
Robinson padset from porkchopbmx.com
Fsa headset (I bought 2 to make it in red white blue variation)
The eject button compression cap I had made by kustomcaps.com
Pro max seat post and clamp
Sdg saddle (came originally on the bike)
Gt Power Series crankset (retro repop)
Profile hop up kit (blue)
Custom machined crank spacer
K-Pedc machined pedals (Japan)
Gt overdrive sprocket 43t
Odi ag-2 Aaron Gwin lock on grips
Shimano DX v-brakes and lever
Envy rims/odyssey spokes. (Spoke nipples alternating red/silver/blue
Tnt Derringer hubs
Answer chain adjusters
Acs 15t freewheel
Kmc z chain (I plan to upgrade to a Sram)
Tioga type gum wall blue tires
Knucklebone number plate
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