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2019 Radio Xenon Pro Bike
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  •   2019 Radio Xenon Pro Bike
  •   2019 Radio Xenon Pro Bike

2019 Radio Xenon Pro Bike


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Price : $799.95


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Pro in every sense of the word, the 2019 Radio Xenon Pro is a day one champion. The pro parts package includes a cold-forged stem, female bolt hubs and a cold-forged alloy crank to Radio’s customer 6061-T6 alloy frame. Finished off with a sprinkling of Promax, Alex and Tioga, this is one mean machine built for speed.

FRAME: 6061-T6 aluminum, forged dropouts w/ integrated chain tensioners (20.75" TT)
FORK: Chromoly w/ 1-1/8” butted steerer
HEADSET: Pro 1-1/8” integrated, sealed
STEM: Radio Xenon Pro topload (53mm reach)
BARS: Chromoly 2pc (7.5" rise)
GRIPS: Radio Xenon clamp-on (139mm long)
CRANKS: Radio Xenon Pro cold-forged aluminum 2pc w/ 24mm spindle (175mm)
BOTTOM BRACKET: External European sealed
PEDALS: Radio Xenon slim, alloy
SPROCKET: Radio Xenon Pro, alloy (44T)
CHAIN: KMC Z33
FRONT HUB: Radio Xenon Pro 3/8” female sealed, 32H
REAR HUB: Radio Xenon Pro 3/8” female sealed cassette, 36H
DRIVER: 16T cog
FRONT RIM: Alex MUS30 double wall, 32H
REAR RIM: Alex MUS30 double wall, 36H
FRONT TIRE: Tioga Power Block 20x1.75"
REAR TIRE: Tioga Power Block 20x1.6"
SEAT: Radio PC Pivotal
SEAT POST: Radio Pivotal, alloy
SEAT CLAMP: Radio Xenon alloy quick release
BRAKE LEVER: Promax XL-378 alloy
BRAKES: Promax MV-85 alloy V-brake
BRAKE MOUNTS: Welded
GYRO TABS: No
EXTRAS:
WEIGHT: 19.95 lbs

Frame Specs
Toptube: 20.75"
Headtube Angle: 74°
Seattube Angle: 72°
Seattube Height:
BB Height: 11.5”
Chainstays: 14.3"

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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.