The GT 2020 Speed Series Expert XL BMX Bike is a solid platform built for winning. Sealed bearings provide a low friction, low maintenance ride that will keep your mind on the ride and not on repairs. The 6061-T6 aluminum frame, 100% chromoly forks, 2-piece cranks, and awesome wheelset give you the confidence to put your all into every pedal stroke, down the straights and through the turns all the way to the finish line.
Frame: GT Speed Series MK7 Junior Race Design, 6061-T6 Aluminum, Alloy Formed and Butted Speed Metal Tubes, Reverse Dropouts
Fork: GT BMX Expert Race, 100% Chromoly (1-1/8" Steerer) (25.4x1.2mm Blades) (312mm A/C) (3/8" Dropouts)
Headset: Taper Integrated Sealed Bearings (1-1/8" - 1.5") (45° x 45° Bearing Angle)
Stem: GT Top Load, Cold Forged (1-1/8") (40mm Reach)
Bars: GT Speed Chromoly with Taper Cross Bar (6.5"H x 26"W) (8° Back) (4° Up)
Grips: GT Statement Single Lock-on Grips
Cranks: GT Forged Alloy 2-piece Design, 24mm Hollow Alloy Spindle (165mm Length Arms)
Bottom Bracket: BB86 Sealed European Bearings
Pedals: GT High Impact Nylon Platform
Chain: KMC Z1 Narrow (3/32")
Sprocket: Aluminum CNC Machined Chain Ring with Alloy Bolts (39T)
Front Hub: GT Speed Series, Alloy CNC Body, Sealed Bearings, Female Allen Bolts w/ Alloy Washers (3/8" Bolts)
Rear Hub: GT Speed Series Cassette, Alloy CNC body, 5 Sealed Bearings, 3 Pawl Cassette Female Allen Bolts w/ Alloy Washers (3/8" Bolts)
Front Rim: Speed Series Aero Double Wall (28h)
Rear Rim: Speed Series Aero Double Wall (28h)
Front Tire: Kenda Kompact Pro Race (20 x 1.5")
Rear Tire: Kenda Kompact Pro Race (20 x 1.5")
Seat: Box Echelon Combo
Seat Post: Alloy Combo (22.2 Diameter) (135mm Length)
Seat Clamp: Single Bolt Design
Lever: Promax 2 Finger with Reach Adjust
Brakes: Promax MV-87 Mini V-Type with 85mm Cold Forged Aluminum Arms
Color: Silver/Black Fade
Head tube Angle: 73°
Seat tube Angle: 70°
BB Height: 11.5"
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NOTE: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dans 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.