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Framed Twenty6er BMX Bike 2016

Framed Twenty6er 26in BMX Bike 2017

4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$550.00 $299.95

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When you find that your 20-inch BMX bike is just too small, you’ll be glad to know that Framed Twenty9er bike for men has come answer your calls. This bike is awesome!

It has all the standard features of a standard BMX bike, but they are bigger. With a 24.5-inch top tube and alloy 29-inch double-walled alloy wheels, you’ll be cruising in comfort instead of hunched over like a giant.

It’s not all about comfort, though. With features like Chromoly 3-piece cranks, a sealed wheel set and a rear disc brake, this bike is ready to rip!

We wanted this bike to stop on or for a dime player, so we deployed our own Framed Rear BMX disc breaks; definitely not something you are going to see almost anywhere else.

Don’t settle for less. Grab a Framed Twenty9er and see if you still have those BMX skills.

Specs

Key Features of Framed Twenty6er BMX Bike

Frame: 6061 Alloy
Fork: Hi-Ten Steel with Chromoly legs
Handlebars: Hi-Ten Steel; 8″ x 28.5″
Stem: Alloy 1 1/8 x 65
Headset: Threadless loose ball; 1 1/8″
Brake Lever: Framed Alloy Lever
Brake: Alloy; 60mm rotor
Cranks: 3-piece forged Chromoly with 8 spline Chromoly spindle
Chain: Steel; 1/2″ x 1/8″
Chainwheel: Alloy; 32T
Pedals: Alloy; 9/16″
Front Hub: 36 hole; 3/8″ axle; sealed
Rear Hub: 36 hole; 3/8″ axle; sealed; 16T Freewheel
Rims: Alloy; double wall; 26″ x 1.75″
Tires: 26 x 2.0
Saddle/Post: BMX style saddle with 27.2mm x 300mm post
Bottom Bracket: Euro style; 68mm threaded
Top Tube: 23.75″
Chainstay: 17″
Seat Stay: 17″
Seat Tube: 17″
BB Height: 12″
Fork Length: 15.75″
Weight: 28lbs 8oz

 

4 reviews for Framed Twenty6er 26in BMX Bike 2017

  1. 5 out of 5

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    beautiful bike…great smooth ride.. AND ITS FAST
    before this bike i had a 20 inch bmx bike.now im 15 and grew out of that bike.this bike is wayyy better just cause of the wheel size.the seat is quite comfterable.it also takes me from a to b in a smooth ride.also the colors on this bike are great.the blacj goes very well with the bright polished orange trims on the bike. and its one gear is quick. its perfect.i love it

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Big Bike for Big Kids
    I bought this bike for riding around the neighborhood with the kids and to relive my BMX days. I’m 6’5 and 280 lbs. I’m glad I stumbled across this bike while looking for a good deal on a Big Ripper. I spent a few days contemplating whether to go with the Twenty6er or the Twenty9er. I went with the 26er because I wanted a bike that would be easier to manual and bunny hop. I am very happy with my decision. out of the box the brake just plain didn’t work. I ended up roughing up the disk and pads with emery cloth and adjusting the caliper. The brake will now hold me on a hill and I have been doing brake slides all weekend. I’m now thinking of picking up another of these as a project bike.

  3. 4 out of 5

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    Awesome bike for the price!
    I grew up racing 20in bmx and bmx dirt jumping. It had been 10 years since I owned a bike. I knew I wanted something light and bmx. This bike seemed to fit the bill but I was skeptical of the 26″ wheels. I am 6’1″ and 180lbs and this bike is super comfy for cruising around town. It’s very light for the size and super smooth. The rear disc brake works flawlessly and the seat if firm but comfortable. The only things I will change about this bike are the tires and the grips. Out of the box the right side grip had a damaged section from packing and the right crank bolt was stripped. Other than that this bike would have gotten a five star rating from me. I love it!

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Simplicity quality affordability….very nice.
    For former bmx riders who fell in love with the ride of the 20″ bmx bike, this 26er is well suited for those who have grown to tall for the 20″ bike. I’m 6 feet with long legs. By the time I was 15, I was kissing my knees on a 20″. A friend of mine at the time( the 80’s) had a 26″mongoose and I really liked it. I never was able to obtain one and also was never completely satisfied with any bike I ever had since no matter how much money I spent. I spent many hours on many different bikes building bmx type bikes with moderate success and most of them were nice even though minor issues in design kept them from being just right. I sold some of them and gave some away. I bought a 29″ mongoose her bike and refitted it bmx style and I must say…very very close but for me the 29″ is cumbersome on a trail, but great on the road. The 26er is my grown up version of a 20″ bmx.
    I will keep the 29″ as a project bike as I can’t stop fiddling with bikes but the 26er has completely satisfied my every desire in why I like to bike ride. Everybody is different and there is a different bike for everyone. If you are a former 20″ bmx enthusiast the 26er offers the best for the least money. I highly recommend this bike as it offers simplicity and durability at an affordable price and the rear disc is nice. This is not to say that it couldn’t use some upgraded personal touches but what bike doesn’t as with any home or vehicle. Go ahead and give it a try, you won’t be disappointed.

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