The 2021 GT Speed Series Junior BMX Bike is an exceptional entry into the race bike scene. The frame is constructed from 6061-T6 Aluminum and features reverse dropouts for quick and easy gear changes. Sealed bearings reduce maintenance while the components list contains items that are strong enough to take a beating on the way to first place. Front and rear brakes allow the rider to navigate "hairy" situations by quickly reducing speed. Jump to the front of the pack with the GT Speed Series Junior BMX Bike.
Frame: GT Speed Series MK7 Junior Race Design, 6061-T6 Aluminum, Alloy Formed and Butted Speed Metal Tubes, Reverse Dropouts, Euro Bottom Bracket, 1" Integrated Headtube
Fork: GT BMX Junior Race, 6061-T6 Aluminum Steerer (3/8" Dropout) (1")
Headset: 1" Integrated Design, 45° x 45° Sealed Bearings (1")
Stem: GT Topload, Cold Forged (40mm Reach)
Bars: GT Speed Alloy (4" Height) (24" Width) (8° Back) (2° Up)
Grips: GT Statement
Cranks: GT Forged Alloy 2-Piece, 24mm Hollow Alloy Spindle (155mm Length)
Bottom Bracket: Euro Sealed Bearing
Pedals: GT Mini Size Platform, PP material
Sprocket: Aluminum CNC Chain Ring, Alloy Chain Ring Bolts (40 Tooth)
Chain: KMC Z1 Narrow (3/32")
Front Hub: GT Speed Series, Alloy CNC Body, Sealed Bearings (3/8" Female Allen Bolts)
Rear Hub: GT Speed Series Cassette, Alloy CNC Body, 5 Sealed Bearings, 3 Pawl (3/8" Allen Bolts)
Driver: 16 Tooth Cog
Front Rim: Alloy Double Wall (28 Hole)
Rear Rim: Alloy Double Wall (28 Hole)
Front Tire: Kenda Kompact Pro Race (20" x 1-1/8")
Rear Tire: Kenda Kompact Pro Race (20" x 1-1/8")
Seat: Box Echelon
Seat Post: Integrated
Seat Clamp: TBD
Brake Lever: Alloy V-Type
Brakes: Promax MV-87, 85mm Cold Forged Aluminum Arms, Mini V-Type (Front and Rear)
Brake Mounts: V-Brake Mounts
Headtube Angle: 73°
Seattube Angle: 70°
Seattube Height: 7.9"
Bottom Bracket Height: 11"
Sizing Guideline: Ideal for 4'4" - 4'10"
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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.