1984 Rickman Freestyler
High-end British freestyler designed to take on the best in the world
I bought this as a cheap second hand store buy. had no idea what it was, but liked the look of it. Rickman started off making after market racing frames for motorcycles in the period where all frames seemed to be made of licorice. made from Reynolds 531 light weight tubing, and featuring braised instead of tig welded joins it is a true work of art and cost a staggering Â£165 for the frame and forks back in '84 (nearly $300) i decided to keep the finish raw (but protected with lacquer) to show off the craftsman ship :)
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- Freestyle / Flatland
- Company: Rickman Racing
- Model: Freestyler
- Material: Other
- Toptube length: 20.5"
- Headtube size: 1"
- Details Reynolds 531 tubing on frame, forks with standers and bars. 880/901 brakes w/tech 5 levers 180mm takagi crank. tuf neck power disc. Pro class modded araya 7x with hi flange joy sealed hubs shimano pedals Renthal lay back post with dominator seat.