Free Agent Speedway 2003 BMX

5/5 (1 Reviews)


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Danny Hoffman a Racer from Brainerd

Date Reviewed: November 2, 2007

Strengths:    Great light Frame, light pedals, most everything is pretty light yet keeping it strong, Light and strong forks, GREAT rims! Nice tires and pretty good pedals and 3- pc cranks last

Weaknesses:    i found that the stem wore out after about a year and a half and the grips were very easy to wear off while the brakes wore down to fast for me, 2-pc brake cord

Bottom Line:   
This is definetly worth the 430 dollars i spent on it because it's frame has lasted me over 3 years with no great problem's and it can last some huge falls with no cracks yet still be 4lbs 8oz. it is on my top 5 saying it has bean my bmx and vert bike for at least 2 years on vert. untill i got my standard r150

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Favorite Trail:   DK olympus trails

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $430.00

Purchased At:   TrailBlazer Bikes

Similar Products Used:   FMF Pro

Bike Setup:   DK trail stem.XS seat, Profile bars, DK vice grips, Shimano DX lever, Oddysee wombolt cranks, Primo Balance pedals, Primo Dirt Monsters, Bombshell forks,

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