The Radio Xenon Pro 20" race bike is a game changer in that not only does the frame include integrated chain tensioners, but that the whole bike comes disc brake compatible, making it very easy to upgrade to disc brakes. The Hydroformed 6061-T6 alloy frame is based around pro-sized geometry and is very light yet stiff, making it very fast and responsive. The Xenon Pro bike includes Radio's aftermarket Xenon stem, Oxygen tires, Argon Pro rims, and more, which makes this bike a great bang for the buck.
Frame: Hydroformed 6061-T6 Alloy, Forged & Disc Brake Mount Ready Dropouts, Integrated Chain Tensioners
Fork: Chromoly, 1-1/8" Butted Steerer Tube (30mm Offset)
Headset: Radio Pro, Integrated, Sealed, 1-1/8" - 1.5" including fork crown race 1.5" - 1-1/8" converter
Stem: Radio Xenon Pro, Top Load, Cold Forged/CNC Alloy (50mm Reach)
Bars: 6061-T6 Alloy (7.5" Height) (28" Width) (11° Backsweep) (3.5° Upsweep)
Grips: Radio Xenon, Diamond Knurling, Clamp On (139mm Length)
Cranks: Radio Xenon Pro, 2-Piece, Cold Forged/CNC Alloy (175mm Length) (24mm Spindle)
Bottom Bracket: Radio BSA24 (Euro) External Bearing Cups, CNC Machined, Sealed
Pedals: Radio Xenon Slim, Alloy
Sprocket: Radio Xenon Pro, Alloy (43T)
Chain: KMC Z6 (1/2" x 3/32")
Front Hub: Radio Xenon, Alloy CNC, Sealed (3/8" Chromoly Axle) (32H)
Rear Hub: Radio Xenon, Alloy CNC, Sealed, Disc Brake Cassette (3/8" Chromoly Axle) (32H)
Driver: Radio 16T Cog, Sealed Cassette Driver
Front Rim: Radio Argon Pro, Alloy, Sleeved Joint (32 Hole)
Rear Rim: Radio Argon Pro, Alloy, Sleeved Joint (32 Hole)
Front Tire: Radio Oxygen (20" x 1.75")
Rear Tire: Radio Oxygen (20" x 1.6")
Seat: Radio Xenon Pivotal, No Padding
Seat Post: Radio 27.2mm, Pivotal, Alloy
Seat Clamp: Radio Xenon Quick Release, Alloy
Brake Lever: Promax XL-373, Alloy
Brakes: Promax TX-131, Alloy
Brake Mounts: V-Brake Mounts, Disc Brake Compatible
Headtube Angle: 74°
Seattube Angle: 71°
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.6"
Need help building your complete bike? Check out our bike build video below.
NOTE: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dan's 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.
This product was added to our catalog on September 30, 2022