The 2021 Kink Gap FC BMX Bike is based on the regular Gap model, but with one major difference; it has a freecoaster rear hub. Freecoasters take riding to the next level by allowing the bike to roll backwards without needing to back-pedal. This means worrying more about the next trick being chained in the line, and less worrying about what position the pedals are in. Maintenance is kept low and strength is kept high with the sealed headset, sealed bottom bracket, and sealed rear freecoaster wheel as well as the aftermarket components included in this build. The Kink Plymouth stealth pivotal seat, Kink Ridge 3-piece cranks, and Mission Cease V2 brakes assert a modern design that uses the same parts that other riders are upgrading to. The Kink Gap is a great choice for any rider looking for their next bike.
Frame: 100% 4130 Chromoly Headtube, Toptube, & Downtube
Fork: Kink Stryker 4130 Chromoly Steerer Tube (Tapered Fork Legs)
Headset: Mission Sealed Integrated (41.8° x 45°)
Stem: Kink Bold HRD (50mm Reach)
Bars: Kink T900 9" 100% 4130 Chromoly
Grips: Kink Ace Flangeless
Cranks: Kink Ridge 3-Piece Tubular Chromoly 8 Spline (170mm Length)
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid (19mm)
Pedals: Kink Hemlock
Chain: Mission 410
Sprocket: Mission Rank (25 Tooth)
Front Hub: Mission Covert Unsealed (3/8" Axle)
Rear Hub: Mission Deploy Sealed Freecoaster (14mm Axle)
Driver: 9 Tooth Sealed Bearings (Right Hand Drive)
Front Rim: Mission X7
Rear Rim: Mission X7
Front Tire: Kink Sever (20 x 2.4")
Rear Tire: Kink Sever (20 x 2.4")
Seat: Kink Plymouth Stealth (Stealth Pivotal)
Seat Post: Mission Stealth (Stealth Pivotal Seat Post)
Seat Clamp: Mission Slim Clamp
Lever: Mission Token
Brake Cable: Mission L3 Linear
Brakes: Mission Cease V2
Gyro Tabs: Drilled (Not Included)
Color: Friction Blue
Weight: 26 lbs 14 oz
Headtube Angle: 75°
Seattube Angle: 71°
Stand Over Height: 9"
BB Height: 11.6"
Fork Offset: 32mm
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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.