Kink 2021 Drifter 26" BMX Bike (22.25" Toptube) (Copper)

Price: $469.99
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The 2021 Kink Drifter 26" BMX Bike is the perfect bike for those who love BMX, but are looking for something a little bit more comfortable and bigger in size. The Drifter definitely checks for of those boxes utilizing 26" wheels and a nicely padded stealth pivotal seat. Just because it's big and comfy doesn't mean that it can't handle serious riding, though. This bike was built tough utilizing 4130 chromoly for the frame, forks, bars, and cranks and also using fully sealed bearings throughout. If you are in need of something bigger than a 20", but still want to ride a BMX bike, check out the Kink Drifter.

Specifications:
Frame Material: 100% 4130 Chromoly
Fork: Kink Drifter 100% 4130 Chromoly (Tapered Fork Legs)
Bars: Kink Drifter 7" 100% 4130 Chromoly
Grips: Kink Ace Flangeless
Stem: Kink Bold HRD (50mm)
Headset: Mission Sealed Integrated (41.8° x 45°)
Brake Lever: Mission Token
Brake Cable: Mission L5 Linear
Brakes: Mission Cease V2
Cranks: Kink Ridge 3-Piece 8 Spine Tubular Chromoly (175mm Length)
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid 19mm
Pedals: Kink Hemlock NF
Chain: Mission 410
Sprocket: Mission Rank (25 Tooth)
Front Hub: Mission Foxtrot Sealed (3/8" Axle)
Rear Hub: Mission Engage Sealed Cassette (14mm Axle)
Driver: Sealed 10 Tooth
Rims: Mission Mylar
Seat: Kink Perception Stealth (Stealth Pivotal)
Seat Post: Mission Stealth
Seat Clamp: Integrated
Tires: Mission Tracker 26 x 2.2"
Gyro Tabs: Tapped for Tabs
Color: Copper (Limited Edition) 
Weight: 31 lbs

Geometry:
Toptube Length: 22.25"
Chainstay Length: 16"
Headtube Angle: 71°
Seattube Angle: 73°
Standover Height: 14?
Bottom Bracket Height: 12.25"
Fork Offset: 26mm

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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.