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Subrosa Slayer UTB 700C Bike

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Subrosa Slayer UTB 700C Bike - Mens

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Sugg. Retail: $749.99
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The Slayer 700 is a speed machine built with taking shortcuts in mind. If you need to get arounf town in a hurry, this is the bike for you. It is built for speed with a BMX soul. The Urban Terrain Bike will handle hopping curbs and cutting through alley ways all day.

Key Features of Subrosa Slayer UTB 700C Bike:
  • Frame: Chromoly with butted top and down tube
  • Top Tube: Sm 21.9" / Md 23.0" / Lg 23.2"
  • Chain Stay: 15.9"
  • Head Tube: 75 deg
  • Seat Tube: 71 deg
  • Stand Over: Sm 47cm / Md 53cm / Lg 57cm
  • Fork: 100% Chromoly 1pc - 30mm Offset
  • Bars: 100% Chromoly 4pc - 5.0" Rise
  • Grips: Shadow Chula Grips
  • Bar Ends: Shadow Nylon
  • Headset: Rant Bang UR Headset
  • Stem: Subrosa High Lift Upload
  • Rims: 36H Alloy Double Wall
  • Front Hub: 3/8" Alloy Sealed Low Flange
  • Rear Hub:3/8" Alloy Sealed Low Flange
  • Tires: 700 x 32c
  • Cranks: Chromoly 3pc 170mm
  • BB: Sealed Euro BB
  • Sprocket: 44T Alloy Spline Drive
  • Gearing: 44 - 16
  • Chain: Shadow Interlock V2
  • Pedals: Shadow Ravager Plastic
  • Seat: Subrosa x Slayer Mid Railed
  • Seat Clamp: Alloy Quick Release
  • Brakes: Alloy Caliper Brakes

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