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2020 Stolen Max 29" Bike
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  • STOLEN  2020 Stolen Max 29" Bike
  • STOLEN  2020 Stolen Max 29" Bike
  • STOLEN  2020 Stolen Max 29" Bike
  • STOLEN  2020 Stolen Max 29" Bike

2020 Stolen Max 29" Bike

  • Brand: STOLEN
  • Product: #107281

Price : $549.95

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Stolen has taken everything they’ve learned from riding and building some of the best 22, 24 & 26” complete bikes and jumped right into the 29” BMX game with the 2020 Stolen Max 29” bike. Every tube is chromoly , every bearing is sealed (exc. pedals), the tires are fat (2.5”!) and the geometry is dialed. Take it to the MAX and rip and roll over everything in sight.

FRAME: 100% 4130 Chromoly (23.25" Toptube)
FORK: 100% 4130 Chromoly w/ tapered legs & 1-pc steerer w/ Compressor topcap (28mm offset)
HEADSET: Fiction Savage integrated w/ 15mm bearing cover
STEM: Fiction Spartan TL (52mm reach)
BARS: Max chromoly 2-pc (6" Rise)
GRIPS: Stolen Team flanged (165mm long)
CRANKS: 175mm Stolen Mob AM 3-pc
BOTTOM BRACKET: Fiction Savage Mid 19mm
PEDALS: Stolen Thermalite PC
SPROCKET: Stolen Cartwheel 25T
FRONT HUB: 3/8" Stolen Rampage sealed 36H
REAR HUB: 14mm Rampage sealed cassette 36H
FRONT RIM: Stolen Rampage double-walled
REAR RIM: Stolen Rampage double-walled
FRONT TIRE: Fiction Atlas 29x2.50"
REAR TIRE: Fiction Atlas 29x2.50"
SEAT: Fat black waxed canvas w/ rails for adjustment
SEAT POST: Alloy micro-adjust
SEAT CLAMP: Integrated
BRAKE LEVER: Alloy w/ hinged clamp
BRAKES: Alloy V-brake
WEIGHT: 29.45 lbs

Frame Specs
Toptube: 23.25"
Headtube Angle: 71°
Seattube Angle: 72°
Seattube Height: 16.15"
BB Height: 12"
Chainstays: 18"

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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.