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Academy Aspire BMX Bike 20in 2014

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Specs

Type:
  • 20in
  • Freestyle
Material:
  • Chromoly
Top Tube Length: 20.5
Rear End Length: 13.75
Bottom Bracket: Mid
Weight: 24.69 lbs

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Description: Academy Aspire BMX Bike 20in

Key Features of the Academy Aspire BMX Bike 20in:
  • Frame: Academy Aspire 3 Main Tube CrMo 20.4”TT, 13.5” rear, 75.0º HA, 71º ST, MID BB, Integrated Headset.
  • Forks: Academy Tapered legs with CrMo steer tube.
  • Handlebars: Academy 8.25″ rise 28″ wide CrMo
  • Grips: Academy Pro
  • Headset: Integrated
  • Stem: Academy Pro Alloy Top Load
  • Brakes (rear): 990 alloy with clear brake pads.
  • Brake lever (right): Alloy.
  • Cables: Slick (rear).
  • Sprocket: Academy 25T.
  • Crankset: Academy 3pce CrMo Tubular 8 spline, 175mm.
  • Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid 19mm.
  • Chain: KMC
  • Pedals: Wellgo Platform Plastic.
  • Rims: Alloy Single Wall 36h.
  • Front Tyre: Innova 2.3”
  • Rear Tyre: Innova 2.0”
  • Spokes: Black steel.
  • Front Hub – Academy Alloy 10mm axle, 36 hole, loose ball.
  • Rear Hub – Academy Alloy Cassette, 36 hole, 14mm axle, fully sealed bearing w/9t driver.
  • Seat & Seatpost: Academy Mid Seat/Post Combo.
  • Weight: 11.2 kgs

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NOTE: All complete bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a qualified BMX technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a qualified technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly. As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping.


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are thes good bmx bikes?
A shopper on Aug 25, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, the Academy Aspire Bmx Bike is an awesome bike. The frame, fork, and bars are made of chromoly, which is a high abuse metal that can take the wear and tear from park use and keep on ticking.
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