Radio Asura Pro Dirt Jump Bike Description:
The Radio Asura Pro Dirt Jumper is designed to get you ripping anything from dirt jumps, trails, pump tracks, skateparks, and even street! The full chromoly frame and Radio Pro DJ wheelset makes this bike strong while still reasonably light-weight. The Manitou Circus Comp fork, paired with all sealed bearings, keeps this bike running smooth. Top it off with the DJ fan-favorite, the Maxxis DTH tires, and this thing is ready to shred right out of the box!
- Frame: Radio Asura Pro Frame, Full 4130 Chromoly
- Fork: Manitou Circus Comp Fork (100mm Travel)
- Headset: Salt Pro Integrated Headset, Sealed Bearing
- Stem: Radio Zoom, Front Load, Alloy (40mm Reach)
- Bars: Radio Asura, 6061-T6 Aluminum 31.8mm (50mm Rise) (740mm Wide) (8° Backsweep) (3° Upsweep)
- Grips: Radio Frequency XL, Flangeless (160mm)
- Cranks: Radio Pro, Tubular 3-Piece, Chromoly (170mm Length) (8 Spline)
- Bottom Bracket: Mid, Press Fit, Sealed Bearing
- Pedals: Radio Slim, Nylon Fiberglass
- Sprocket: Radio Vision, Alloy (30T)
- Chain: Salt AM, WZ1 Type
- Front Hub: Radio Pro-DJ Disc Hub, Sealed (3/8" Chromoly Axle) (32H)
- Rear Hub: Radio Pro-DJ Disc Hub, Sealed (3/8" Chromoly Axle) (32H)
- Cog: 10T Cassette Driver, Sealed Bearing
- Front Rim: Radio DB32 Rim (Double Wall) (32H)
- Rear Rim: Radio DB32 Rim (Double Wall) (32H)
- Front Tire: Maxxis DTH (26" x 2.3")
- Rear Tire: Maxxis DTH (26" x 2.3")
- Seat: Radio DJ Medium Padded (Combo)
- Seat Post: Seat/Post Combo
- Seat Clamp: Radio Slim, Alloy
- Brake Lever: Tektro RS-360A (Front), Tektro HD-M275 Lever (Rear)
- Brakes: Tektro Aries Mechanical Disc (Front), Tektro HD-M275 Hydraulic Disc Brake (Rear)
- Extras: -
- Color: Spectral Silver
- Weight: 28.1 lbs
- Toptube Length: 22.7"
- Chainstay Length: 15"
- Headtube Angle: 70°
- Seattube Angle: 72.5°
- Bottom Bracket Height: 4mm Drop
- Standover: 10.5"
For assistance building your new bike, please check out our tech help section here for instructions and tips on how to build your bike to ensure it is safe.
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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