- Unique investment cast seatstay bridge for a stronger, stiffer rear triangle
- Investment cast dropouts that feature integrated chain tensioners
- Full gussets on the toptube and downtube
- CNC machined headtube
- Internally and externally machined Mid bottom bracket shell
- Removable through-bolt brake mount system
- Widened stays for big tire clearance
Material: 100% Seamless Sanko 4130 Chromoly Tubing
Headset Type: Integrated (Campy)
Gyro Tabs: Drilled (Not Included)
Brake Mounts: Removable
Bottom Bracket Type: Mid
Seatpost Size: 25.4mm
Seat Clamp: Integrated
Color: Matte Muted Lemon
Weight: 4.75 lbs (20.5" Toptube)
Toptube Lengths: 20", 20.5", 20.75", 21", 21.25"
Chainstay Length: 13" (Slammed)
Headtube Angle: 75°
Seattube Angle: 71°
Standover Height: 8.5"
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.6"
Dan's Comp has a large selection of Integrated Headsets to fit this BMX frame.
This product was added to our catalog on August 20, 2020
This frame is superb! 100% FABRICATED IN MERICA' (the steel is made in India, owned by a Japanese company "Sanko Metal Industries")
The entire bike is made of seamless 4130 annealed pipe, 100% Post Weld Heat Treated, and the investment cast dropouts are very unique. I outfitted my bike with all new parts, and everything went in perfectly (I had my Local BMX bike shop guy assemble the bike, so no-one can say I did anything wrong. lol)
To be honest, I cannot say anything bad about this frame. I have only rode it for 3 months now, and the bike geometry feels perfect.
I stand 5'10" @ 200lbs and don't feel constrained with a 20.5" TT.
I was a bit concerned with the short Chain Stay, but that really hasn't been an issue. You will definitely need a half-link on your chain if you are running a normal chain.
The bike is very responsive, especially with the Odyssey R25 forks. It doesn't feel "Twitchy" to me. Getting into a Manual is effortless, and easily maintained.
As for the weight, I don't have any complaints. I do not focus on shredding a few pounds off my bike, I'm a grown man (26 lb bike is light enough). If you are a 16 year old kid, I can see the concern.