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Framed Impact 16 BMX Bike - Kids, Youth

Framed Impact 16 BMX Bike
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Description: Framed Impact 16 BMX Bike - Kids, Youth

The all new Framed Bikes Impact 16” BMX bike is the ideal option for the young aspiring rider in your house. This bike starts with a high strength steel frame built to withstand endless riding, or at least until the street lights come on. Smooth rolling tires create a fast rolling bike that is also easy to control. This is a great bike to learn on, targeted for riders 36” to 48” in height. The new Framed Bikes Impact 16” will be around for many hand-me-down’s to come.

Key Features of Framed Impact 16 BMX Bike:
Frame: Hi-Ten Steel
Fork: Hi-Ten Steel; 1-1/8"
Handlebars: 2pc Hi-Ten Steel
Grips: 130mm Velo Mushroom
Stem: Framed Alloy Front Load
Headset: Neco Press-in
Brake Lever: N/A
Brake: Coaster Brake
Cranks: 140mm 1pc Forged Steel with Unsealed American BB
Chain: KMC Z410
Sprocket: 30T Steel
Pedals: Nylon Composite; 1/2"
Front Hub: 3/8 in
Rear Hub: 14mm
Rims: 16” Alloy Single Wall 20H Pinned;
Tires: Wanda King 16" x 2.125"
Saddle/Post: 1pc seat and post combo
Clamp: Framed Alloy clamp
Top Tube: 16.5"
Weight: 20lbs 4oz

Impact 16

NOTE: All bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a certified bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a certified bike technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly.

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Great Purchase
Got this bike for my 4 year old son who's previous bike was a Strider balance bike. It was a breeze to put together and the color Red is very nice. The quality is so much better than those character bikes you find at large department stores. I have never been a fan of those. The price for this bike is a steal. The only negative thing is the grips already ripped on the ends after 1 day of use from just learning to ride it. But my son really loves this bike. I must say it looks pretty sweet too. I want one :)
Added Dec 28, 2016
December 28, 2016
Clovis, CA, US
2 months ago
Great bike for my 6 year old.
Easy to assemble. Perfect size for my son who is too big for training wheels but not big enough for the 20".
October 30, 2016
4 months ago
I love the bike
I like the bike
February 3, 2017
Mcloud, OK, US
Age: 15-24
Bike is built really well, easy to assemble and the perfect bike for the price
Added Feb 6, 2017
February 6, 2017
1 month ago

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As an entry level pedal bike for my son's 4th birthday.
Amber W on Feb 19, 2017
great price
Stoney M on Dec 21, 2016
As an entry level pedal bike for my son's 4th birthday.
Amber W on Feb 19, 2017
small enough for my 6 y.o. daughter to ride at the skate park.
Jason Z on Jan 7, 2017
great price
Stoney M on Dec 21, 2016
price & quality
christopher p on Dec 8, 2016
small enough for my 6 y.o. daughter to ride at the skate park.
Jason Z on Jan 7, 2017
price & quality
christopher p on Dec 8, 2016
Does this come with training wheels?
Jason M on Sep 28, 2016
You could put training wheels on the Impact 16, but it will not come with them.
I'm 11 years old and want to start bmx as a hobby. I want a bike that is not expensive but is still
good quality. I want it to be good for beginners and intermediate. Will this be a good bike?
Mr A on Oct 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Mr Awesome,
Be careful here. This Impact 16 is designed for little little kids. How tall are you? A bike that is acceptable for a beginner may not have the robust quality needed for an intermediate biker. My next question then is what do you intend to do with the bike? A solid simple bike that you could progress on is this: A really simple bike to develop some skills with is this:
What is the seat height (top of seat) at the lowest possible setting?
A shopper on Jan 29, 2017
Our bike shop says 20" at the lowest setting.
Can you save it for me ?
A shopper on Oct 23, 2016
I unfortunately cannot save items... for obvious reasons, but the good news is that we did receive a new shipment of these bikes, and they will be In-Stock for a while.
Any chance I could get this in the 2016 style with a handbrake instead of a coaster?
A shopper on Sep 15, 2016
Officially no. If you chat with our bike shop, they may have the parts to convert this to a hand brake and freewheel hub. Call: 1 (800) 409-7669.
The pictures of the blue and white bikes look different than the picture of the red bike... are they really different, or are they the same as the red bike (seat and sprocket size)?
A shopper on Jan 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think the blue and white may be a more recent model with brakes. The red one is advanced pictured. The red version is the one that was purchased and is solid and really nice for the price point.
My daughter is going to be 4 in March and she is 39.25 inches tall. Can you tell me what the height is of the SEAT is for this bike at its lowest setting?
(The seat of the bike we have is about 20.5 inches and it is about an inch too high for her to be able to put her toes on the ground when stopped/standing with bike.) Thanks so much for any input!
BMX chick on Jan 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is just under 23inches. Our grandson is 7 and just under 44 inches, he is only comfortable with the seat in the lowest position. Hope that helps.
I'm 10 will it fit?
A shopper on Nov 7, 2016
It is not possible for me to size someone by their age. Most likely this bike will be way too small for you. The 16" Impact is designed for little little kids. You will most likely want: However... if you are 5' or taller you will want this:
Can I get it in turquoise ? -Fin
The bmxer on Nov 6, 2016
Currently Framed is only making a red version and a white version.
Will pegs fit on the front and back? If so, what size?
Jeff M on Nov 5, 2016
The 16" version of the impact is not really designed for use with pegs.
My son is 5 y/o 44 inches tall, he is an excellent rider with no training wheels on his 12 inch bike but he is to big for it now. Would this be a good bike to go to as a step up in size but also for learning tricks and other things? He is already a strong rider for his size so I really want something better than just a step up. Thx
Jeff M on Nov 4, 2016
This is a step up, but it is designed as a fairly simple entry level bike. This will be a bit more aggressive: or
Is it fine for a 7 year old?
A shopper on Oct 23, 2016
It is 100% impossible for me to determine a bike size by age. A 16" bike is for little little kids, and I am thinking an 18" bike might be a better option. Can you tell me how tall the boy/girl is?