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Old 08-26-00, 07:23 PM   #1
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I know that the Free Agent SF and FF are mainly used for dirt jumping and I was wondering how many of you think that it would be a good bike for street?
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Old 10-28-00, 04:57 PM   #2
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They aren't bad for light street. I have (well, had) a friend who rode one for a while, mainly skatepark and street stuff, didn't really have a problem. Thing is, Freeagent stuff isn't made alltogether well, and I wouldn't trust a FF or SF to withstand a bad case on a gap, or catching a peg on a rail. I have personaly seen Hellcat frames get extremely jacked up, along with some other screwy things. If you can get a really good price for it, then it might be worth it, but you are taking a chance.
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