Airborne Cro-Hawk Dirt Jumper 26" Bike (22.34" Toptube) (Charcoal)

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Airborne Cro-Hawk Dirt Jumper 26" Bike (22.34" Toptube) (Charcoal)
Price: $699.99
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Airborne Cro-Hawk Dirt Jumper Description:

The Airborne Cro-Hawk Dirt Jump Bike maintains as much BMX feel and style as possible while jumping in to the dirt jump world. Built around a chromoly frame with an integrated tapered head tube, the Cro-Hawk uses low-profile, stable geometry to feel controllable in the air. Sticking with the BMX inspired componentry, this bike features 3-piece chromoly crank arms, a sealed Mid bottom bracket, and some smooth and grippy Kenda Kranium tires. This bike is topped off with an 80mm travel RST Dirt fork with an extra firm HD spring to keep it stiff and responsive like a BMX while still providing the assistance of suspension. Whether you're a BMX or an MTB rider looking for a DJ bike, this is dialed ride, especially at this price point.

Note: This bike does not include Pedals. Click here to shop DJ pedals.


Specifications:

  • Frame: 100% chromoly with CNC machined integrated head tube
  • Fork: RST Dirt, 80mm-travel, extra firm HD spring
  • Headset: Sealed 1-1/8” to 1-1/2” tapered
  • Stem: Alloy front load (42mm Reach)
  • Bars: 6061-T6 series aluminum riser (31.8mm clamping area) (3” Rise) (760mm Width)
  • Grips: Lock-on (130mm)
  • Cranks: 3-piece wise heat-treated tubular chromoly (170mm), 8-spline chromoly spindle
  • Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid 19mm
  • Pedals: Sold separately
  • Sprocket: Stamped 6061 aluminum (26T)
  • Chain: KMC 510
  • Front Hub: Sealed cartridge bearing with 10mm (3/8”) axle
  • Rear Hub: Sealed cartridge bearing cassette with heat-treated chromoly axle (10 x 135mm)
  • Cog: 12T
  • Front Rim: Wise Rectrix 2, 6061 aluminum, double wall (32H) (36mm Wide) (Drilled for Schrader Valve)
  • Rear Rim: Wise Rectrix 2, 6061 aluminum, double wall (32H) (36mm Wide) (Drilled for Schrader Valve)
  • Front Tire: Kenda Kranium 26”
  • Rear Tire: Kenda Kranium 26”
  • Seat: Wise 1-piece padded seat/post combo
  • Seat Post: Integrated Uni-style, alloy (27.2mm) (150mm Length)
  • Seat Clamp: Alloy, quick-release
  • Brake Lever:
  • Brakes: Tektro Aires mechanical disc
  • Extras: -
  • Color: Charcoal
  • Weight: 29 lbs 10 oz

Geometry:

  • Toptube Length: 567mm actual (590mm effective)
  • Chainstay Length: 389mm
  • Headtube Angle: 69°
  • Seattube Angle: 71°
  • Bottom Bracket Drop: 6mm
  • Seat Tube Length: 292mm
  • Wheelbase: 1041mm

For assistance building your new bike, please check out our tech help section here for instructions and tips on how to build your bike to ensure it is safe.

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Need help finding the right bike for you? Not sure what size would suit you best? Check out our BMX buyers guide video below!

Note: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dan's Comp recommends that all 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.

This product was added to our catalog on May 18, 2023

Ashlee Stock
Verified Owner
Saturday, Dec 30 2023 (8 weeks ago)
Airborne Cro-Hawk Dirt Jumper 26" Bike (22.34" Toptube) (Charcoal)
Bike is great and looks really nice too. Dans comp was so helpful with shipping and making sure we got it in time for Christmas. They responded quickly to emails and phone calls. Only problem is Bike didn’t come with petals. But we quickly ordered them on Amazon.
Thanks
Bill E.
Verified Owner
Monday, Oct 30 2023 (4 months ago)
Airborne Cro-Hawk Dirt Jumper 26" Bike (22.34" Toptube) (Charcoal)
I would normally just build my own bike but I wanted something to ride like yesterday. I knew I wasn't buying the most expensive bike and I wouldn't get the most expensive parts. But I also knew I would replace whatever I didn't like and make the bike something I enjoyed riding. So my only concern was getting a solid chromolly frame, cranks and a decent set of wheels with a suspension fork made well enough for my style of riding. So far I am extremely happy with the bike and it feels and handles very well.