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BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« on: March 26, 2009, 12:50:39 AM »
we need to help another island boy...from BARBADOS
which is in the CARIBBEAN ISLANDS and is above TRINDAD
and in the island group of ST LUCIA, ST VINCENT and
GRENADINA.

GRENADA IS BETWEEN TRINDAD AND THIS ISLAND GROUP
WHICH INCLUDES BARBADOS!...SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN!

He lives in BRIDGETOWN on BARBADOS and is in need of parts
and if you look on the video he has no cranks, pedals, chain and
spocket and probably needs also atleast one chain tensioner along
with tires etc and here is his my space so get ahold of him and hopefully
he has a SKYBOX OR THERE IS A WAY TO GET PARTS TO HIM.

I HAVE ALOT OF RIDERS WHO I ALREADY HELP AND THE LIST IS LIKE
6 RIDERS ALREADY INCLUDING TREVLON IN TRINDAD!

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2009, 02:08:21 AM »
Come on people!

lets do this guys a favor and get him some parts!
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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2009, 09:40:42 AM »
THANKS TOUCAN
YEAH HOW ABOUT SOME CRANKS, PEDALS, SPOCKET AND
CHAIN TO START OUT WITH AND THEN SOMEONE DONATE TIRES!

HEYA IF I CAN DO IT THEN YOU GUYS CAN AND I JUST ORDERED LIKE
$140.00 WORTH OF PARTS FROM FLATLANDFUEL TO SEND TO TREVLON
IN TRINIDAD...

SO YOU GUYS CAN PITCH SOME PARTS FOR THIS RIDER IN BARBADOS!
LIKE I SAID I HELP QUITE A FEW RIDERS OUT ALREADY SO I CANT HELP
THIS RIDER OUT AT THE MOMENT!

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #3 on: March 26, 2009, 01:21:17 PM »
yeah guys,

               he's been riding that haro master for awhile.....was trying to get sponsorship for a lighter bike/frame.
i was trying to hook him up with another bike from a friend of mine who quit but money is a real issue...........

i sent him some disks with vids i've been compiling to keep him motivated........

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #4 on: March 26, 2009, 01:29:32 PM »
yeah guys,

               he's been riding that haro master for awhile.....was trying to get sponsorship for a lighter bike/frame.
i was trying to hook him up with another bike from a friend of mine who quit but money is a real issue...........

i sent him some disks with vids i've been compiling to keep him motivated........

respect

May be able to help, not with the frame, but the drive train, I've Pm'd you.

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #5 on: March 26, 2009, 02:16:26 PM »
hi,

i lived in brabados as a child for 5 month or so...also in bridgetown...kunstform?! would help that guys...just let us know what they need and we will make a decent package for them.

send us an email: fs@kunstform.org

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #6 on: March 26, 2009, 07:34:34 PM »
hi,

i lived in brabados as a child for 5 month or so...also in bridgetown...kunstform?! would help that guys...just let us know what they need and we will make a decent package for them.

send us an email: fs@kunstform.org

greetz


hey guys i'll send him a text also....but if you guys need a direct contact phone# for him let me know............
Whatever you want in life is gonna take some effort on your part!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fact is, freestyle riding was, is, and will always be evolving and moving in different directions. So just do what you want and have fun with it. Trends come and go.- TYRONE WILLIAMS

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #7 on: March 26, 2009, 11:17:34 PM »
THANKS TOUCAN
YEAH HOW ABOUT SOME CRANKS, PEDALS, SPOCKET AND
CHAIN TO START OUT WITH AND THEN SOMEONE DONATE TIRES!

HEYA IF I CAN DO IT THEN YOU GUYS CAN AND I JUST ORDERED LIKE
$140.00 WORTH OF PARTS FROM FLATLANDFUEL TO SEND TO TREVLON
IN TRINIDAD...

SO YOU GUYS CAN PITCH SOME PARTS FOR THIS RIDER IN BARBADOS!
LIKE I SAID I HELP QUITE A FEW RIDERS OUT ALREADY SO I CANT HELP
THIS RIDER OUT AT THE MOMENT!

i got some 3 piece cranks with a 25 (or is it 28?) tooth sprocket and most of a chain on my bike that i was building as a street rig...

i may just be letting them go for this guy. Theyre not that great, kinda heavy, but there solid and in good condition. parents will be pissed but its a good cause  :beer:
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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #8 on: March 26, 2009, 11:39:21 PM »
I have a complete drivetrain for him consisting of Odyssey thermals, a Quamen 24t sprocket, Ares pedals and a chain ready for him. I just need someone in California to receive a bike and divide it into 3 boxes for me. 
I'm paying all shipping costs too, so there is NO expense for the middleman.    :beer:
« Last Edit: March 26, 2009, 11:43:36 PM by Paradoxium »

Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #9 on: March 27, 2009, 12:22:55 AM »
SHIPPING IT TWICE IS A PROBLEM

BUT YEAH WE WILL FIGURE IT OUT AS YEAH
THIS GUY NEEDS A CRANK DRIVE SYSTEM AND
PROBABLY TIRES.....THE HARO MASTER FRAME
IS ANCIENT TOO AND IT IS AMAZING HE CAN
DO SO MANY CURRENT TRICKS ON THAT OLD
OLD FRAME.

IM GOING TO EMAIL HIM THRU MYSPACE AND GET A LIST
OF STUFF HE NEEDS

REGGAE..RED RED RED WINE..BOB MARLEY SINGING IT
SORRY IM LISTENING TO BOB MARLEY..I LOVE REGGAE!

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #10 on: March 27, 2009, 12:34:48 AM »
No problem. Shipping by road from Seattle to Cali wont cost much. I will pay all shipping. No need for a skybox.

If I was sending a complete bike to Barbados, thats different, we would definately need a skybox. I can only send a complete drivetrain. Everything else on the bike is allocated for to needy riders. 

I just need a middleman to receive and box.   :mellow:

Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #11 on: March 27, 2009, 01:06:04 AM »
THE PROBLEM I SEE WITH THE BARBADOS RIDER IS THAT HIS PARTS
ARE ANCIENT AND HE REALLY NEEDS MORE THAN JUST THE DRIVETRAIN
AND NEEDS A MAJOR FACE LIFT IN PARTS AND MAYBE A COMPLETE BIKE
AS HE IS RIDING PARTS FROM THE LATE 1980'S TO EARLY 1990'S AND
I WAS HOPING SOMEONE OR PEOPLE COULD DONATE PARTS SO HE COULD
PUT TOGETHER A COMPLETE BIKES AND HAVE A DIALED MODERN FLATLAND BIKE
TO RIDE INSTEAD OF A 1990 HARO MASTER OR WHATEVER THAT MASTER IS.

IF YOU LOOK AT HIS BIKE YOU CAN TELL ALL THE PARTS ARE HELLUVE OLD PARTS
OR MOST OF THEM ARE AND ADDING MODERN PARTS TO ANCIENT PARTS
LIKE THAT HAS TO HELP BUT DOES NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEM!

I WAS HOPING HE COME ON THE FORUM AND TALK TO US BUT I DONT THINK HE
HAS ACCESS TO THE INTERNET MUCH AND HE IS MARRIED AND HAS A FAMILY
TOO SO YEAH IT IS SORTA HARD TALKING FOR HIM!

THE PERUVIAN RIDERS YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT ARE THE LIMA RIDERS RIGHT
AND I KNOW THEY NEED HELP ALL THE TIME TOO AS THEY HAVE NO DINEROS
AND THE PARTS ARE VERY HARD TO FIND THERE AND EXPENSIVE TO GET AND
THERE ARE SOME 8-9 FLATLAND RIDERS WHO RIDE AT THE SQUARE THERE
IN CENTRAL LIMA AS I HAVE BEEN THERE BEFORE.

HERE ARE THE NEEDS I SEE RIGHT NOW IN LATIN AMERICAN IN RIDERS AND
WHAT THEY NEED


**TRINIDAD

-THEY NEED TIRES BADLY AS WHERE THEY RIDE IS ROUGH TO VERY ROUGH AND THEY GO THRU TIRES FAST..ALSO NEED SHOES AND KYLE PUT SOME SHOES ON DAMN YOU!!
HEE HEE..JUST KIDDIN. I AM SHIPPING PACKAGES ONCE A MONTH TO TRINIDAD IN
PARTS, TIRES ETC AND IM CHECKING ON SENDING SOME ETHNIES SHOES TO THEM
ALSO BUT THE NEED IS STILL TIRES AND SMALL PARTS LIKE CHAIN TENSIONERS,
TUBES, SLIC CABLES, BAR ENDS, GRIPS, BRAKE LEVELS, PEDALS, CHAINS, HEADSETS,
ETC

PLEASE SEND TO THE FOLLOWING SKYBOX

TREVLON HALL
C/O TRINDAD FLATLAND RIDERS
POS 0296
7620 NW 63RD STREET
MIAMI FL 33166



**BARBADOS RIDER

VIVION..

DONT KNOW WHAT HE NEEDS OR WHERE TO SEND IT BUT ILL POST THE INFO
ONCE I GET IT BUT I THINK AN COMPLETE BIKE IS REALLY NEEDED HERE AS HE RIDES
AN OLD HARO MASTER WITH NO CRANKS/CHAINDRIVE SYSTEM AND THE PARTS HE
HAS ON THE BIKE HE HADS ARE VERY VERY OLD!



**PERUVIAN RIDERS

LIMA--THERE ARE SOME 8-9 FLATLANDERS WHO RIDE IN THE CITY CENTER THAT
I KNOW OF AND THEY ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF HELP WITH TIRES AND SMALL
PARTS AND IT IS VERY EXPENSIVE TO GET PARTS TO LIMA AS IT IS AT WEST
OF THE ANDES MOUNTIANS AND VERY SECLUDED AREA OF SOUTH AMERICA!

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #12 on: March 27, 2009, 07:19:56 AM »
THE PROBLEM I SEE WITH THE BARBADOS RIDER IS THAT HIS PARTS
ARE ANCIENT AND HE REALLY NEEDS MORE THAN JUST THE DRIVETRAIN
AND NEEDS A MAJOR FACE LIFT IN PARTS AND MAYBE A COMPLETE BIKE
AS HE IS RIDING PARTS FROM THE LATE 1980'S TO EARLY 1990'S AND
I WAS HOPING SOMEONE OR PEOPLE COULD DONATE PARTS SO HE COULD
PUT TOGETHER A COMPLETE BIKES AND HAVE A DIALED MODERN FLATLAND BIKE
TO RIDE INSTEAD OF A 1990 HARO MASTER OR WHATEVER THAT MASTER IS.

IF YOU LOOK AT HIS BIKE YOU CAN TELL ALL THE PARTS ARE HELLUVE OLD PARTS
OR MOST OF THEM ARE AND ADDING MODERN PARTS TO ANCIENT PARTS
LIKE THAT HAS TO HELP BUT DOES NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEM!

I WAS HOPING HE COME ON THE FORUM AND TALK TO US BUT I DONT THINK HE
HAS ACCESS TO THE INTERNET MUCH AND HE IS MARRIED AND HAS A FAMILY
TOO SO YEAH IT IS SORTA HARD TALKING FOR HIM!

THE PERUVIAN RIDERS YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT ARE THE LIMA RIDERS RIGHT
AND I KNOW THEY NEED HELP ALL THE TIME TOO AS THEY HAVE NO DINEROS
AND THE PARTS ARE VERY HARD TO FIND THERE AND EXPENSIVE TO GET AND
THERE ARE SOME 8-9 FLATLAND RIDERS WHO RIDE AT THE SQUARE THERE
IN CENTRAL LIMA AS I HAVE BEEN THERE BEFORE.

HERE ARE THE NEEDS I SEE RIGHT NOW IN LATIN AMERICAN IN RIDERS AND
WHAT THEY NEED


**TRINIDAD

-THEY NEED TIRES BADLY AS WHERE THEY RIDE IS ROUGH TO VERY ROUGH AND THEY GO THRU TIRES FAST..ALSO NEED SHOES AND KYLE PUT SOME SHOES ON DAMN YOU!!
HEE HEE..JUST KIDDIN. I AM SHIPPING PACKAGES ONCE A MONTH TO TRINIDAD IN
PARTS, TIRES ETC AND IM CHECKING ON SENDING SOME ETHNIES SHOES TO THEM
ALSO BUT THE NEED IS STILL TIRES AND SMALL PARTS LIKE CHAIN TENSIONERS,
TUBES, SLIC CABLES, BAR ENDS, GRIPS, BRAKE LEVELS, PEDALS, CHAINS, HEADSETS,
ETC

PLEASE SEND TO THE FOLLOWING SKYBOX

TREVLON HALL
C/O TRINDAD FLATLAND RIDERS
POS 0296
7620 NW 63RD STREET
MIAMI FL 33166



**BARBADOS RIDER

VIVION..

DONT KNOW WHAT HE NEEDS OR WHERE TO SEND IT BUT ILL POST THE INFO
ONCE I GET IT BUT I THINK AN COMPLETE BIKE IS REALLY NEEDED HERE AS HE RIDES
AN OLD HARO MASTER WITH NO CRANKS/CHAINDRIVE SYSTEM AND THE PARTS HE
HAS ON THE BIKE HE HADS ARE VERY VERY OLD!



**PERUVIAN RIDERS

LIMA--THERE ARE SOME 8-9 FLATLANDERS WHO RIDE IN THE CITY CENTER THAT
I KNOW OF AND THEY ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF HELP WITH TIRES AND SMALL
PARTS AND IT IS VERY EXPENSIVE TO GET PARTS TO LIMA AS IT IS AT WEST
OF THE ANDES MOUNTIANS AND VERY SECLUDED AREA OF SOUTH AMERICA!

i sent him a text message to check the forum,link as i included that in his email....avl.ride@yahoo.com ......or vivlion@hotmail.com.....

my only problem is that it may cost sending it to my skybox in trinidad then havig to send it ove r to barbados.....so if he does'nt have a easier way to get the stuff...then we'll just have to...

but as you said bro...he's been riding that heavy older frame ahwile now...in fact a few years and what he really needs is an updated frame/bike since he really isnt a beginner....i mean he's been riding crankless ahwile now...so a frame would be a bigger blessing......

to the guy at

hi,

i lived in brabados as a child for 5 month or so...also in bridgetown...kunstform?! would help that guys...just let us know what they need and we will make a decent package for them.

send us an email: fs@kunstform.org

greetz

if you know anyone over on your end who can hook him up with an updated frame etc his email is above or you can message me at mine......michaeldepeza@hotmail.com.......
Whatever you want in life is gonna take some effort on your part!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fact is, freestyle riding was, is, and will always be evolving and moving in different directions. So just do what you want and have fun with it. Trends come and go.- TYRONE WILLIAMS

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #13 on: March 27, 2009, 08:10:09 AM »
Yo Mutt PM me I got some parts lying around.

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Re: BARBADOS BIKE PROJECT
« Reply #14 on: March 27, 2009, 08:40:59 AM »
If Kunstform can somehow organize a frame, I think he will be good to go. My drivetrain is cranks, pedals, sprocket and chain which by pure chance, I happen to have spare real soon.
He really needs to join up here and post a pic of his bike. Then he will get more support.