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Framed Twenty9er BMX Bike

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Framed Twenty9er BMX Bike - Mens

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  • Frame: 6061 Alloy
    Top Tube: 25"
    Seat Tube: 16.75"
    Chainstay: 18"
    BB Height: 12'
    Standover Height: 30"
    Wheel Base: 45"
    Fork: Hi-Ten Steel With Chromoly Legs
    Handlebar: 2 Piece Hi-Ten Steel; 8" X 28.5"
    Grips: Velo Mushroom 150mm
    Stem: Framed Alloy Top Load
    Headset: Standard 1 1/8" Loose Ball Unsealed
    Brake Lever: Framed Alloy Lever
    Rear Brake: Zoom Caliper 140mm Rotor
    Front Brake: N/A
    Crank: 3-Piece Chromoly Tubular 175mm
    Crank Spindle: 19mm, 8 Spline Spindle
    Bottom Bracket: Euro Sealed 68mm
    Chain: KMC Z410
    Chain Ring: 32 Tooth Alloy
    Rear Free Wheel: 16 Tooth Freewheel
    Front Hub: Alloy 36H Sealed 3/8" Axle
    Rear Hub: Alloy 36H Sealed 3/8" Axle
    Rims: Alloy Double Wall 36 Hole
    Tires: 29" X 2.0" Front, 29" X 2.0" Rear
    Saddle: Suede Bmx Style, Steel Rail
    Seat Post: 27.2mm X 300mm Alloy Post
    Clamp: Alloy 31.8mm
    Pedals: 9'16" Alloy
    Pegs: No Pegs
    Weight: 29lbs 4oz (Weights May Vary Slightly)

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Item colors: Black

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