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The 2021 GT Slammer BMX Bike is an entry level model designed to help teach and improve the technique of new riders. To achieve this design goal GT equipped the Slammer with components such as a gyro so that the bars can spin freely without the brakes engaging, a cassette rear hub, and the popular 20 x 2.3" tire size. If you are a beginning rider, the GT Slammer BMX Bike is the perfect place to start.
Raw and Translucent colors may show small veins or patches of surface rust under the finish. This is normal and does not affect the integrity of the product.
Frame: GT Freestyle Design, High-Tensile Steel Tubes, Downtube Gusset
Fork: GT Freestyle Design, High-Tensile 2-Piece Steerer and Tapered Legs (31mm Offset)
Headset: External Threadless (1-1/8")
Stem: GT Top Load, Cold-Forged Cap (40mm Reach) (32mm Rise)
Bars: GT Freestyle 2-Piece Steel (8.375" Rise) (28" Wide) (3° Up) (11° Back)
Grips: GT Super Soft Single Compound (155mm)
Bar Ends: GT Removable Plugs
Cranks: GT Power Series Chromoly 3-Piece, Chromoly 8 Spline Spindle (170mm)
Bottom Bracket: American Loose Ball (19mm)
Pedals: GT Low Profile FS Platform, PP Material, Boron Axle
Chain: KMC S1
Sprocket: GT Steel (25 Tooth)
Front Hub: Steel Body, Loose Ball Bearings (3/8" Heat Treated Axle)
Rear Hub: Alloy Body, 1 Loose Ball/4 Sealed Bearings, Cassette (14mm Axle)
Front Rim: Alloy (Single Wall) (36 Hole)
Rear Rim: Alloy (Single Wall) (36 Hole)
Front Tire: Innova (20 x 2.3")
Rear Tire: Innova (20 x 2.3")
Seat Post: Alloy (25.4mm)
Seat Clamp: TBD
Brakes: SST ORYG Detangler, Aluminum U-Brake w/ Soft Compound Pad
Brake Mounts: Welded
Gyro Tabs: Drilled (Included)
Color: Trans Electric Blue
Headtube Angle: 75°
Seattube Angle: 71°
Stand Over Height: TBD
Bottom Bracket Height: 12"
Sizing Guideline: 4'10" to 5'3" Tall
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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.