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Framed Twenty9er Bike 29in 2017

5 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 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! Don’t settle for less. Grab a Framed Twenty9er and see if you still have those BMX skills.

Specs

Key Features of Framed Twenty9er Bike 29in

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 looseball 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; 29″ x 1.75″
Tires: 29 x 2.0
Saddle/Post: BMX style saddle with 27.2mm x 300mm post
Bottom Bracket: Euro style; 68mm threaded
Top Tube: 24.5″
Chainstay: 17″
Seat Stay: 17″
Seat Tube: 17″
BB Height: 12″
Fork Length: 17″
Weight: 29lbs 4oz

5 reviews for Framed Twenty9er Bike 29in 2017

  1. 5 out of 5

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    First off, just wanted to say I paid $299 for the FRAMED 29er and $30 ground shipping. For what that price, there is NOTHING out there comparable.

    I’m 5’10” 210lbs and this bike fits great! if you are a big and/or tall dude (like 6’4″) this bike will STILL fit you.

    took only minutes to put together out of the box and is extremely smooth!

    I bought this bike to ride around town with my children. Its much more fun to have a bike like this and goof off with the kids than it is to be going super slow on a speed bike or mountain bike waiting for them to keep up.

    On a side note, the decals (simply stickers) peel off super easy! a bit of goo-gone and the residue comes right off. the matte black frame looks super nice without the stickers.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    So sick!
    Love the fit and feel of this bike. It’s BIG. I’m 6’4 and it fits well. Rides nice and smooth, feels light under you. Don’t expect to throw it around like a small BMX, though. Fast like a MTB without shifting and nonsense.

    Good quality, plus all of the assembly tools are included.

    Cons: pedals a cheap, but strong. Geometry is such you need to be careful of digging your toes into the front wheel when you turn when you’re kicked back cruising. Just a big wheel..

    Brake is weak – but BMX bikes often don’t have brakes. This isn’t a mountain bike.. It slows you down just fine (and I’m like 260 pounds.)

  3. 5 out of 5

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    Wheelie bike
    If you were to be interested in a big ripper but you don’t want to spend 700$ than this is almost exactly the same. Great wheelie bike.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Framed 29er- love it!
    Ok- I bought this bike really for the frame…24.5 top tube…the wheels are great too as are the tires…I have actually changed EVERY other part on the bike but not because it was crappy but because I am a bike snob. Out of the box this bike rides good, feels very solid, geometry feels nice and it’s very fun to ride. In stock form, here is what I did NOT like- The bars and stem are cheap, you gotta cut somewhere to keep the price down but I am a big guy and I had trouble tightening the bars down to where I felt comfortable that they would not slip…along with what everyone else reports, the brakes do suck. The 140mm rotor with the cheap mechanical unit is bad enough but throw in a lever with a plastic clamp and it’s useless. I changed the lever to an Avid Fr-5 which helped, I took an inch off of the cable and gave it a proper greasing and shot the caliper with some lube and it was much better- still went to an Avid BB7 brake and a 160mm rotor- now it stops on a dime. The only other thing that I was a little so-so about was the rear freehub. I wish that it was a cassette because the smallest gear you can run on these wheels is a 16 and there is not a bunch of room on the front end to go big on a gear without sabotage to the chain alignment. I found that the 32T gears are not so easy to come by either if you want to change it out. I went to a 33-16 gearing and I am happy with it. Again- love the wheels- just wish they were cassette instead of freewheel but I can live with it. The seatpost is only a 300mm so I am going to move to a 400mm, long legs! The seat is actually quite comfy for a stock seat. The pedals are a nice wide and long DX copy- built in pins but they have a nice solid feel as do the heavy as F cro-mo cranks..Would I buy another one? Hell yes- The frame takes all standard parts, is very light and has a great Katsan-like geometry. I put a different fork on and raised the front end by about 30mm. It now sits (geometry wise) between a Big Ripper and a Firemans and I LOVE IT! Hope this helps!

  5. 5 out of 5

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    Nice Ride
    Great bike for the dough. Out of the box it was very easy to assemble. Fit and finish are very nice. This bike is super fun to ride and handles well.

    As mentioned in previous reviews the disk brake did seem a bit weak at first, but with a little adjusting it works fine for me.

    I would definitely recommend this bike.

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