Sapient Lumino Pro BMX Bike Review

The Sapient Lumino Pro BMX Bike designed for that beginner to intermediate level street and dirt BMX rider. The high tensile steel frame has a 20.4″ top tube, a chromoly down tube, that is light weight and vey bomb proof. The high tensile steel fork and standard size handle bars are stable in all riding conditions.

The 14mm drop outs offer increased strength & axle width options. The three piece crank set, that’s chromoly as well, offers direct power transfer all the way from the pedals to the 25:9 gear ration sprocket and driver. The wheel set has a 36 hold hub, steel spokes and brass nipples. With a beefed up 14mm rear axle that you can rely on all day.

The 2012 Sapient Lumino BMX Bike is the third additions to the line of Sapient’s of entry level street/trail BMX bikes. But the Lumino is not your standard entry level bike, It has Cromoly Downtube and 25/9 Micro Drive System and its features do not stop there. The Lumino also features Shrapnel Fragment Grips, Shrapnel Fuse Alloy Stem, Shrapnel Baton 175mm 3 Piece Cranks with Cromoly Spindle, 25 Tooth Sprocket, Platform Pedals, Shrapnel Fragment Alloy Rims, and a Shrapnel Fragment 36 Hole Hub set with a 9 tooth driver and a 3/8” axel with a 14mm axel sleeve for extra strength. The Sapient Lumino Bike is as at home on the street as it is on the trails, with its agile but stable geometry and its quality packed components.

 

Features Of The Sapient Lumion Pro BMX Bike

  • HiTen 8″ Rise Bars
  • CroMoly Downtubes w/20.4″ Top Tube
  • HiTen Forks
  • Shrapnel Fuse Alloy Stem
  • Shrapnel 3 Piece Cranks w/CroMo Spindle
  • Shrapnel Fragment Alloy Rims
  • Shrapnel Fragment 20″ X 2.125″ Tires
  • Steel Pegs (2 PCS)
  • Weight: 26 lbs
  • 36.25″ Wheel Base
  • More Info

 

7 Responses to “Sapient Lumino Pro BMX Bike Review”


  1. billy bob on said:

    should i get a sapient?? and will they last me since i ride everyday and do tricks??are they actually good bikes or are they a piece of $%!# like everyone else says.


  2. danaw on said:

    The less expensive Sapient BMX bikes (Capa and lumino) are pretty good bikes for the younger entry level rider. If you were to get one… I would suggest getting the Sapient Preco or Sapient Saga,they have much better components and will last longer. If you are really serious about BMX riding (jumps, rails and so on) you might want to buck up and spend the extra cash on a Cult BMX Bike, DK BMX Bike or a Flybike.


  3. No ther nice


  4. kool


  5. i realy need a bike i can do 180s on and can do 360s and hold up is this bike anygood for this and jumping wise


  6. Is this a good bike for me I’m 14 and I can 180 foot jam talewip


  7. Dana on said:

    You would be better off with the Saga.

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