The 2021 Stolen Heist offers pro-level features and performance at a moderate price. The frame is constructed from 4130 chromoly making this bike strong and light. The Heist comes equipped with lots of aftermarket parts and its semi-aggressive geometry favors more experienced riders. Fully-sealed bearings on everything except the pedals ensure that this bike rolls smoothly. The Fiction Atlas Tires provide grip that will give you the confidence to attempt that next-level trick. The Dark Green w/ Chrome frame captures that fairy-tale villain vibe – perfect for your next Heist. With a toptube length of 21.00", this bike will fit most riders from 5'10" to 6'3".
Frame: Chromoly Main Tubes and "S-Bend" Chainstays for Bigger Tires
Fork: Tapered 4130 Chromoly Legs, 1-Piece Steer, & Compressor Topcap
Headset: Fiction Savage Sealed Integrated with Alloy Bearing Cover (15mm)
Stem: Fiction Spartan (52mm)
Bars: Tallboy 2-Piece Chromoly (9.25")
Grips: Stolen Team Flangeless (165mm)
Bar Ends: Stolen Vortex
Cranks: Stolen MOB V.4 Tubular 4130 Chromoly Arms, 8 Spline Chromoly Spindle (170mm)
Bottom Bracket: Fiction Savage MID (19mm)
Pedals: Fiction Mythos w/ Chromoly Spindles
Chain: Z-410 (Black)
Sprocket: Stolen 6061 Alloy (25 Tooth)
Front Hub: Stolen Rampage Sealed (3/8" Female Axle)
Rear Hub: Stolen Rampage 6061 Alloy Cassette (14mm Chromoly Axle)
Driver: 9 Tooth Sealed, 1-Piece Chromoly
Front Rim: Stolen Rampage (36 Hole) (Double-Wall)
Rear Rim: Stolen Rampage (36 Hole) (Double-Wall)
Front Tire: Fiction Atlas LP 20 x 2.30"
Rear Tire: Fiction Atlas LP 20 x 2.30"
Seat: Stolen Waxed Canvas XL Pivotal Seat
Seat Post: Thermalite Pivotal Post (150mm)
Seat Clamp: Integrated
Lever: APSE U25 Alloy (Hinged Clamp)
Brakes: APSE U25 Alloy U-Brake
Gyro Tabs: N/A
Color: 25 lbs
Weight: Dark Green w/ Chrome
Headtube Angle: 75.0°
Seattube Angle: 71°
Stand Over Height: 9.25"
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.75"
Sizing Guideline: 5'10" to 6'3" Height
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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.