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The information she gave me is below..
It is green Indie bike that took me a year to build, and was finally completed
just two days ago (hadnt had a chance to take a photo of it).
Kermit has green Vittorio Rubino tyres on Shimano 600 wheels, with
green chain and pedals. The bull horn handle bar is wrapped with
Cinnelli bar tape with Jamaican colours (red, yellow and green) and it
has a red road bike levers, with an inch of spacers on the stem.
Single speed, gearing ratio 40x16.
If you happen to come across a bike of this description when you are
out and about could you please take a photo and let me know. It feels
like someone has kidnapped my baby.
It is a very small sized frame; approx 48 seat tube 54 top tube. It you notice someone riding a bike that looks unusually small for them check if the bike fits the description above.
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