The Devil 24 inside Free Agent’s lineup

11 01 2011

Often overlooked when talk turns to freestyle 24s, is the Free Agent Devil 24.

Surprising, since it features a full chromoly frame, fork, and 3-piece cranks, along with micro-drive and double-wall rims.

Geometry-wise, it sports a 74 degree head angle, 21.5″ TT and 15.9″ chain stay length (no indication if the CS length is middle of the dropout or slammed). Bottom bracket is at more “traditional” height, compared to most freestyle 24s today, at 12″.

All in all, a pretty sweet deal for a bike that retails in the $400-500 (U.S.) price range.

The “Gun metal blue” frame and fork is pretty easy on the eyes too.




3 responses

16 01 2011

Good attempt but needs a pivotal and bigger bars

23 01 2011

For some reason i never saw this article. as wm Know i ride a 2002 hellcat and the geometry is very similar to the devil 24. I love it. I think this set up is perfect but it amer lack what go ride said. Maybe the price should come down a bit.

6 12 2011
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