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2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24" Bike
Product #107143
MSRP $509.99
$459.99
STOLEN Stolen Bikes 2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24" Bike
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2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24" Bike

The 2014 Stolen Saint XLT 24" bike features a full chromoly frame with integrated headtube, chromoly fork with 1-pc steerer tube and tapered legs, Stolen alloy topload stem, 8" Stolen Tall Boy chromoly bars, Stolen Loot grips, Tektro U-brake and lever, Stolen SIC 3-pc cranks with sealed Mid BB, 25T Stolen Cartwheel OE sprocket, Stolen Rebellion sealed FA cassette hubs with 10T driver, 36H Stolen 24" double-wall rims, Stolen Joint OE 24" tires, Stolen Kushion Pivotal seat and Stolen Thermalite PC pedals. (27 lbs)

Frame Specs
Toptube: 21.5"
Headtube Angle: 74.5°
Seattube Angle: 71°
Chainstays: 15"

Upgrades over 2014 Stolen Saint 24" Bike

  • Full chromoly frame for increased strength
  • Chromoly handlebars for increased strength
  • Aftermarket Stolen SIC cranks for increased strength and weight savings
  • Aftermarket Stolen Rebellion wheels for maximum strength and durability
  • Aftermarket Stolen Kushion Pivotal seat

  • NOTE: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dans Comp recommends that all Stolen BMX Bikes be assembled by a qualified mechanic. Improper assembly of your bicycle may lead to premature wear or failure of individual components such as headsets, crank assembly and wheels. Failure to do so may void the manufacturer warranty.

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