The 2021 Stranger Level CS BMX Bike will take your riding to new heights. Utilizing a combination of high-tensile and chromoly steel throughout, this build can handle the tough falls and hard landings that come with learning new tricks. Fully sealed bearings create a ride that is buttery and reliable, as well as requiring less maintenance. Primo V Monster tires keep traction while ripping around the bowl and shredding through the streets. Included on this model are plastic pedals, nylon hub guards, and the Primo Omniguard sprocket unlocking grinding and pedal slide potential. Match those with the Primo Crux V2 Freecoaster and lines are only as limited as your imagination. Get out their and take your riding to the next Level.
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: High -Tensile Steel, Chromoly Bottom Bracket Shell & Headtube, Dual Toptube Gussets
Fork: 100% High-Tensile Steel, Tapered Legs
Headset: Primo Sealed
Stem: Stranger Alloy, Top Load (50mm Reach)
Bars: 4-Piece, High-Tensile Steel (9" Rise) (29" Width)
Grips: Stranger Quan
Cranks: Stranger Level, 3-Piece, 4130 Chromoly, 8-Spline (170mm Length)
Bottom Bracket: Primo Sealed, Mid
Pedals: Primo JJ
Sprocket: Primo Omniguard (25-Tooth)
Front Hub: Crux V2, Sealed
Rear Hub: Crux V2, Freecoaster, Sealed
Front Rim: Alloy, Single Wall (36-Hole)
Rear Rim: Alloy, Single Wall (36-Hole)
Front Tire: Primo V Monster (20" x 2.4")
Rear Tire: Primo V Monster (20" x 2.4")
Seat: Stranger 1-Piece Combo
Seat Post: Combo, Alloy
Seat Clamp: Integrated
Brake Lever: Alloy, 2 Finger
Brakes: U-Brake, Linear Cable
Gyro Tabs: Drilled (Not Included)
Brake Mounts: Removable
Extras: Nylon Hub Guards (2 x Front, 2 x Rear)
Color: Matte Raw
Toptube Length: 20.75"
Chainstay Length: 13.1"
Headtube Angle: 75°
Seattube Angle: 71°
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.6"
Sizing Guideline: -
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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.