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#1 2014-01-21 6:04pm

dug6
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2001 Frisco

http://bmxmuseum.com//image/frisco_4.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/frisco_2.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/frisco_14.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/frisco_3.jpg

2001 Frisco

SOLD!!!

Another new frame I purchased, but this one had some storage wear, so I built it as more of a rider!  Hoffman 1" bars, FSA cranks w/ 22mm spindle, Pig pro headset..........


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#2 2014-01-21 7:10pm

highspd
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Re: 2001 Frisco

Cool! Looks like a Tank! cool


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#3 2016-09-20 1:33pm

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Re: 2001 Frisco

Any more info about the company?


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#4 2016-09-27 9:28pm

dug6
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Re: 2001 Frisco

I don't really have any info on the company, but I had 4, sold a black one, still have a black and 2 raw ones.  Also have seats, cranks (those look cool - half black, half raw with a flaming skull in between) a stem, a sprocket, and forks.  Check "my bikes" for pics of my black one with the cool Frisco cranks...   cool

Last edited by dug6 (2016-09-27 9:29pm)


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#5 2017-06-14 2:53pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 2001 Frisco

Certainly a brand I've never heard of. Nice looking bike though.


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