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2019 Radio Cobalt Junior Bike
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2019 Radio Cobalt Junior Bike


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Price : $519.95


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The Radio Cobalt line combines proven geometry and dialed components giving you the best start out of the gate during your first days racing. The 2019 Radio Cobalt Junior steps up in size without packing on the pounds. Coming in under 16 lbs, this is one of the lightest junior entry level bikes out there.

FRAME: 6061-T6 aluminum (18.5" TT)
FORK: Radio Hi-tensile steel legs w/ chromoly 1” butted steerer
HEADSET: FSA 1” standard, unsealed
STEM: Radio Cobalt topload (40mm reach)
BARS: 6061-T6 aluminum 2pc (4.25" rise)
GRIPS: Radio Diamond (130mm long)
CRANKS: Radio Cobalt forged aluminum 3pc w/ square tapered spindle (155mm)
BOTTOM BRACKET: European sealed
PEDALS: Radio Mini PC
SPROCKET: Radio, alloy (38T)
CHAIN: KMC Z410
FRONT HUB: Radio Cobalt 3/8” unsealed, 28H
REAR HUB: Radio Cobalt 3/8” unsealed flip-flop, 28H
DRIVER: 14T freewheel
FRONT RIM: Radio R450 double wall, 28H
REAR RIM: Radio R450 double wall, 28H
FRONT TIRE: Tioga Power Block 20x1-1/8"
REAR TIRE: Tioga Power Block 20x1-1/8"
SEAT: Radio Mini combo
SEAT POST: Alloy combo
SEAT CLAMP: Radio slim alloy
BRAKE LEVER: Promax XL-378 alloy
BRAKES: Promax MV-87 alloy V-brake
BRAKE MOUNTS: Welded
GYRO TABS: No
EXTRAS:
WEIGHT: 15.8 lbs

Frame Specs
Toptube: 18.5"
Headtube Angle: 73°
Seattube Angle: 71°
Seattube Height:
BB Height: 10.6”
Chainstays: 12.85"

Need help building your complete bike? Check out our bike build video below.

Dan's Comp has a large selection of BMX Safety Gear including a full range of BMX Helmets to best fit you and your riding style. Ride hard and stay safe!

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.