Free Agent Maverick 2004 BMX

4/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $169.00

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Ryan H a Weekend Warrior from Poway

Date Reviewed: February 1, 2007

Strengths:    very smooth, toughest bike ever , industructible,lightweight

Weaknesses:    some bad stock parts such as cranks

Bottom Line:   
great bike, good luck breakin it, you could use it to race or dirt jump

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Favorite Trail:   meadowbrook

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $270.00

Purchased At:   kirks bike shop

Similar Products Used:   free agent eluder

Bike Setup:   felt cranks, rhynolite rims,sun pedals

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by rick plummer from england

Date Reviewed: October 15, 2004

Strengths:    very strong and reliable starters bike

Weaknesses:    the one piece cranks bend very easily

Bottom Line:   
one of the best bikes i ever riddin i recommend it over any other bike in the range . you will not find a better bike

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Favorite Trail:   hemlock

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $160.00

Purchased At:   velocity cycles

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Tires to fit Maverick sc32 with 80mm rim setup. current and available

Hello, I have read all the forums i can find and the info is pretty dated on this older fork as it should be. I have an 80mm rim laced up and i am seeking a current tire that will fit between the 102 spaced legs of the fork. I know now that i could have used a 65mm rim, but the 80 is what i had read ... Read More »

Maverick ML-7 - to live again?

Hi all - I have a ML7 from back in 2002. It is a Colorado built, blue anodized beauty. I got in an MC crash the month I finished building it and have been off bikes for past of the last 10 years... I am back:) I originally built it with a shimano XTR group from the 1990's:rolleyes: and would like t ... Read More »

Selling my first bike: Iron Horse Maverick 4.5, entry level FS AM/XC

Here's the ad! I'm also hoping to upgrade to a serious 6" AM FS bike if anyone is looking to sell. A side note: I am also the president/founder of ASU's mountain bike club, any students that ride get into contact with me, any business owners that want to work out a promotion please reach out too. I ... Read More »

Rigid vs Maverick vs Lefty DLR vs Lefty MAX

Seems like there's lots of fresh faces around the fatty forum, and that usually means the question comes up "Why do you need suspension with the fat tires? What are my options?" When I built up my 9zero7 (2011?) I started with the pugs steel offset fork. I had planned this bike as a winter bike s ... Read More »

Maverick 24/7 hub needed

I just got an SC32 and I need to build up a couple wheels for it, one 29 and one fat. I am looking for a Maverick 24/7 32h hub. Anyone have one they'd part with? Are there other hubs I should be looking for? I understand the hope pro 2 can be converted but heard that the axle is undersized. Any othe ... Read More »

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