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.
|Type:||26in, Cruiser, Freestyle|
|Top Tube Length:||23.75 In|
|Rear End Length:||17 in|
|Weight:||28lbs 8 oz|
Key Features of Framed Twenty6er BMX Bike
|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″|
|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|