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Framed Lifted Flat Bar U-Brake Bike

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Framed Lifted Flat Bar U-Brake Bike 2014 - Mens

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Comp. At: $380.00
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Item # qfrlift56go13zz-framed-bmx-bikes

At Framed Bikes we like to make fun, simple bikes. We love the smooth, quiet, consistent feel of 1:1 gear ratio but wanted to provide braking options for all types of riders. That's why the Lifted comes in coaster, flat bar front/ rear U-brakes, and drop bar front/ rear U-brakes. For a soft, forgiving, retro feel on the road the whole Lifted series are steel frames with sealed cartridge bottom brackets. Riding bikes should be fun not a chore; and changing your flats is a chore. So we upgraded our line to have Kenda K-Shield puncture resistant tires. Get outside. Get exercise. Get Lifted!

  • Frame: Hi-Ten Steel
    Fork: Hi-Ten Steel
    Handlebars: Steel; low rise; -Width: 500mm -Rise: 30mm
    Grips: Rubber; Framed S/S
    Stem: Alloy; 4 bolt; 90mm
    Headset: A-head
    Brake Levers: Alloy
    Brakes: Alloy; U brake
    Bottom Bracket: Sealed
    Crank Set: Framed 1/8" x 46T x 170mm
    Chainwheel: Steel; 46T
    Front Hub: Alloy; sealed
    Rear Hub: Alloy; 14G x 36H
    Rims: 700C Alloy; Framed Deep V; 36H
    Tires: Kenda K193 Kwest K-Shield; 700 x 28
    Saddle: Framed Bronze series seat
    Seat Post: Alloy; suspension; 300mm
    Gears: single speed bike

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NOTE: All complete bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a qualified Bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a qualified technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly. As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping.