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#1 2013-01-27 8:42am

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1992 Standard Lengthy Dave Freimuth

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1992 Standard Lengthy Dave Freimuth

Dave Freimuth`s Gardner built Lengthy the 77th Gardner frame built = the 85th Standard frame ever built.

This is Dave Freimuth`s 1992 Standard Lengthy "Gardner Built" it`s the 85th Standard frame ever made and was featured in Standard Bykes videos. Dave liked white bikes and this one is no exception. The frame is a chrome Lengthy painted white and alot of very cool period correct decals. The frame is untouched since it was ridden in 92 it`s another awesome example of early Standard goodness.
Well after many hours trying to figure out the parts selection for this build and doing the final assembly this is what I came up with. As always every part on this bike is original finish and decals and period correct. This was a build I have been wanting to do for a long time and I`m stoked with the way it turned out and hope you guys are too.  This build is exactly what you would have seen in RideBMX in 1992/93 , Enjoy !!!
Here is the parts list for the build.
Frame - 1992 Standard Byke Co. Gardner Lengthy "Dave Freimuths personal frame"
Fork - 1992 Standard Byke Co. Prototype fork with Prototype Roller cam brake
Seatpost - Standard Byke Co. Prototype 1" raw finish & knurled
Bars - Hoffman Patriot SE made
Wheels - Peregrine Super Pro with 1st get engraved Standard "Si" free coaster hub
Rear Brake - Suntour arms with modified Odyssey Pitbull cam
Tires - GT 2.10
Seat - Odyssey Z77
Seat clamp - DK
Cranks - Odyssey Excaliber
Sprocket - GT Team
Pedals - Shimano DX
Grips - EZ Jive
Brake levers - Dia Comp Tech 77 Japan stamped
Cables - Odyssey
Cable splitter - Primo 1st gen
Stem - TNT
Chain - KMC


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#2 2013-10-31 6:23pm

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Re: 1992 Standard Lengthy Dave Freimuth

Man you have the sickest standard byke co collection ever ,absolutely  great  and so much history . Great job on collection and builds .cool


saw the track a few times but the pavement was king . Always looking for a new freestyle build .

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#3 2016-02-18 1:04pm

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Re: 1992 Standard Lengthy Dave Freimuth

I love that! Here's a fresh Friemuth build:
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#4 2016-02-19 4:01pm

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Re: 1992 Standard Lengthy Dave Freimuth

Dave stopped in tonight to sign it, now it's done.
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#5 2016-02-19 7:52pm

suicidepan
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Re: 1992 Standard Lengthy Dave Freimuth

Very cool great looking bike big_smile any plans to do decals ?


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#6 2016-04-20 12:24pm

RedlineCruiser
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Re: 1992 Standard Lengthy Dave Freimuth

suicidepan wrote:

Very cool great looking bike big_smile any plans to do decals ?

Soon, I hope.  I took some screenshots of Dave's bike from a Standard video.  I can't figure out what the headbadge sticker is so I'm not sure what I'll do with that yet.

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