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#1 2007-09-01 9:32am

ruprectbmx
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1984 Curtis Freestyler

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1984 Curtis Freestyler

super rare cant find any pictures of it freestyler

i remember it from back in the day but it was way out of my pricerange back then. sorry have no history.can you help me id and find out what it would have looked like. i would like to restore to former glory! Ps the year was just a guess! it looks like the earlier vertion of the curtis frame on the curtis peoples gallery but the owner doesnt know the model or year either. thanks


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#2 2007-11-18 8:25am

iwantanoldschoolbike
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Re: 1984 Curtis Freestyler

looks like you could sell that one for a lot!


glaoigh mé Iodáileach garsún.

(thats gaelic)

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#3 2009-06-30 2:49pm

ricksmorris80
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Re: 1984 Curtis Freestyler

i dont know anything about its awesome though nice view out that window too looks awesome

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#4 2009-08-17 8:34am

stuart
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Re: 1984 Curtis Freestyler

I remember C&N having a white frame & forks hanging up in the window

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#5 2010-02-21 8:40pm

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Re: 1984 Curtis Freestyler

sweet f/s frame. the stands are fat and phat lol . nice......lol

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#6 2010-02-22 2:57pm

dwlight
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Re: 1984 Curtis Freestyler

You might want to check this link....

http://www.bmx-recollection.com

You should find all you need here. Look for Freestyle BMX Volume1 Issue10 by kdw712

From memory Curtis frames came in two forms, what i mean by that is you could either purchase the frame from Curtis or via Brian Curtis who setup the original Curtis BMX. I don't remember the full story, but Brian I believe parted company from the original company. I think you will find that Curtis also had something to do with Rickman BMX.

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#7 2010-11-29 12:16pm

charlie124
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Re: 1984 Curtis Freestyler

Hi
Im new to this forum,Buti had to comment. I had a frame exactly the same new in 1985 direct from Brian Curtis. It was very diferent to the other model and i have never see another one the same.I sold mine years ago for next to nothing. Have you got the forks as well? My frame came with forks that had the pegs welded but the were very diferent to the other freestyle forks from Curtis. I loved mine it was stolen once and sprayed arasol can orange.most of the paint came off let me know if that has overspray on it it could be my old one.They are that rare!!!

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#8 2012-11-27 2:24pm

ruprectbmx
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Re: 1984 Curtis Freestyler

Hi I have forks & bars now will get pics up soon they are outrageous cheers !

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#9 2012-11-27 2:27pm

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Re: 1984 Curtis Freestyler

cool


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