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1992 Free Agent Limo

#1 2010-07-05 7:46am

BirdDog
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1992 Free Agent Limo

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1992 Free Agent Limo

THE Gold Standard of Frame Geometry

This is my first build and I still need a few parts to make it complete. It is a 1992 Free Agent Limo with GT Nora forks. My philosophy on building bikes is to build them the way I raced them BITD. I don’t follow the same views as others and try to keep it 100% era “correct”. If I had it, I raced it and liked it, I will use it so don’t bother with the feedback about this don’t match that and so forth. Just enjoy the beauty. Thanks for looking and BTW I ride all my bikes and don’t believe in having any carpet queens …yet.


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"Everyone who knows the Texans, or who has heard of them, would naturally conclude that they never would submit to be disarmed. Any government that would attempt to disarm its people is despotic; and any people that would submit to it deserves to be slaves!"

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#2 2010-07-05 8:19am

ricksmorris80
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Re: 1992 Free Agent Limo

nice bike dude i got an 88 limo im building now. i also agree i dont care how nice a bike is you should ride it if you scratch it redo it again. ive taken some of my bikes to the skate park/trails a few times. those kids loved to see the old school stuff, if we dont ride it kids wont see them enough to appreciate the history.

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#3 2010-07-05 10:53am

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Re: 1992 Free Agent Limo

A-men, brothas! 

Occasionally I take my '83 DB Silver Streak for a cruise around the block and the kids just stare at it. Got a high-five from a kid a while ago.

Build it, shred it!

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Don't mind me. I'm just here to look at pictures.

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#4 2010-07-05 1:27pm

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Re: 1992 Free Agent Limo

Thanks guys. I get the same looks when I ride mine around town and yes the kids don't have a clue when it comes to OS quality bikes. I pulled up to a McDonald's drive thru today and the kid saw my bike in the back and asked what kind of bike it was, so I told him it was a Free Agent Limo and he asked "That's old school, when did those come out...in the 70's or somethin'?" I just laughed and said "Yeah".

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#5 2010-07-07 9:20pm

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Re: 1992 Free Agent Limo

Man this bike rocks... The 2nd gen graphites with sealed campy hubs set it off for sure..

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#6 2010-08-29 3:25pm

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Re: 1992 Free Agent Limo

sick bike man


ya'll wanna see a dead body?

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#7 2010-09-07 8:42pm

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I rode the crap out of the Limo this past Labor day week-end...I almost forgot how much fun she is. Soo many looks and stares at this bike. It may be the OS mags or the "tiny tubes" since most kids are used to looking at the huge aluminum top tubes etc. I love ripping this thing on the streets. Good times!!!


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#8 2011-09-04 3:49am

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Sweet Limo bro... Hope you're still rockin it.

Plan to get my Pro Long rolling soon too. Those grafs look sick on it!

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#9 2012-04-21 10:14pm

ritchiecamaro
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Re: 1992 Free Agent Limo

I agree 1000% about the building of your bikes!!! Build them for yourself!!! GREAT JOB on this Limo... I just got one of my own, and I LOVE IT!!!! Posting pics SOON!!!


44t BMX Club, "Midway Chapter"... Favortie bike:1983 Schwinn Predator... Schwinn, SuperCross, Free Agent, Anlun, Mongoose and Redline PL24 fan, as long as it's not a Hutch, I'll ride it... Predator owners show your PREDATOR LOVE and post your Predators here: http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=741107
                      Predator count: 31        420 for LIFE!!!

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#10 2012-04-27 7:47pm

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Re: 1992 Free Agent Limo

I have it, but riding my Holmes as of late...post some pics of your F/A when you get them complete


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#11 2020-06-22 9:56am

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Re: 1992 Free Agent Limo

What size tire do you have in the rear?

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