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#1 2016-02-22 10:54am

NOPOSERS
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1992 Wheeler Free Style

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1992 Wheeler Free Style

Swap meet find.

Hey all ... I picked up this frame and fork a week ago. I never heard of this brand,but I thought the frame looked cool. Being that it has a 20.5 top tube and thick drop outs, I assume its an early 90`s bike. ( I have no idea what year it really is). I searched for a week to find info on it and found nothing,So I decided to build it up the way I wanted. If anyone out there has any info .. it would be appreciated.


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LOOKING FOR......
One 20x1.75 tan wall PRIMO V-MONSTER
1 chrome Rhyno Lite 48 rim.
Rear Suzue/Peregrine 48 sealed mech hub

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#2 2016-02-22 11:01am

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Re: 1992 Wheeler Free Style

odd 92 and no 990 AD brake post.


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#3 2016-02-26 10:56am

Brix
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Re: 1992 Wheeler Free Style

Nice build!!! cool

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#4 2017-05-31 3:11am

janolivier
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Re: 1992 Wheeler Free Style

WHEELER is a bike company from Switzerland. They are specialized on mountain- and e-bikes. Back in the 90s they also had BMX bikes. Frame and forks were mostly produced by TANGE in japan...GT also cooperated with Tange so quality and even the look of some parts are pretty much the same.
cheers

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#5 2018-03-20 7:11am

Jose13b
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Re: 1992 Wheeler Free Style

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I just picked this up it's a wheeler too seems to be a race bike

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#6 2018-04-23 8:06am

Brazorf
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Re: 1992 Wheeler Free Style

NOPOSERS wrote:

If anyone out there has any info .. it would be appreciated.

Hello,

The first digit of the serial number corresponds to the year of production, and letters that follow are for the model.

Here is two examples of my BMXs I must still submit to the forum:

WM 6100 XXX WL-FSP = 1996 The bike is a Wheeler Freestyle / version 1995-1996 (downtube single bent near headtube)

WS 7100 XXX WL-TFSQ  = 1997 The bike is a Wheeler TeamFS / version 1997-1998

The catalogs of Wheeler Switzerland archives do not give much information on the equipment with which they were sold.

Wheeler Switzerland no longer produces BMX bikes, I do not even know if they arrived until the year 2000 with the BMX bikes.


1994 GT Performer / 1995 GT Vertigo / 1995 Haro Basher / 1997 Wheeler TeamFS / 1998 Mongoose MacFearsome

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