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Description: Framed Twenty9er Bike 29in
It's a big bike for big kids
- Frame: Ht 41X34X120mm, S/T 31.8mm, T/T 31.8mm, D/T 42mm, Round Tube, S/S 22 C/S 22 Alloy
- Fork: 29" Uni-Crown 28.6X25.4X186mm R/30, 0Ld100 31.8Blades W/0 Pivot W/Sw Hole , Leg Is Cr-Mo Cr-Mo
- Headsets: 28.6/34/30mm 10Pcs H22.2 W/Alloy Top Cap+Star Nut Non-Hollow Bolt Steel
- BB Parts: W/ 5/16"X9 Balls Steel
- Axle: 8T-19mm Cr-Mo Cold Forged Spline Spindle Cr-Mo
- Chainwheel: 1/2"X1/8"X32T Alloy
- Crank: 3Pcs Crank 175mm Cro-Moly Tube 8T Spline interface Welded Pin Cr-Mo
- Chain: 1/2"X1/8" 92L Steel
- Handlebar: W720mm H203mm Bmx Type Ø22.2X1.8T W/Ø19X1.2T Crossbar Cr-Mo
- Stem: Id 28.6mm, Ext 65mm, Bar Bore 22.2mm H30 mm, No Logo Alloy
- Grips: 140mm Rubber
- Front Hub: 14Gx36H M9X100X145mm L=R W/Safety Hook,Sealed , Flange Nut Alloy
- Rear Hub: 14Gx36H M9X115X170mm Single-Speed ,Sealed , W/Disc Bracket Alloy
- Spokes: 14G Auge F/mm R/mm W/Black Nipple Steel
- Freewheel: 1/2"X1/8" 16T M30X1.0 Screw On W/8 Removal Splines Steel
- Rims: 29"X1.75" 14Gx36H A/V Double Wall Alloy
- Tires: 29"X2.0 Rubber
- Tubes: 29"X2.125" A/V Butyl
- Tapes: 29"X20mm Pvc
- Rear Brake: Disc Brake Alloy
- Rear Brake Lever: Full Alloy Lever, W/Adjuster, 2F Resin/Alloy
- Brake Housing: 5.0mm Steel/Pp
- Pedals: Bmx Type , 9/16", Alloy W/Ball W/Bs Standard Reflector Alloy
- Saddle: Front Ane Rear Grey Cover, 265
- 165mm, No Pattem
- Seat Post: 27.2
- 300mm Alloy
- Seat Clamp/Pin: Alloy Clamp Ø31.8mm , M6 Bolt Alloy
- F/Ref Bracket: Fitted Handlebar 22.2
- R/Ref Bracket: Fitted Seat Post 27.2mm
- F/R Reflectors: F/R Front White Rear Red Bs Standard
- Wheel Reflectors: 2Pcs One Per Wheel Cpsc/Bs Standard
- Chaincover: For 32T, 31.8 & 22.2 Bracket Pvc
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.
I'm 5'10" 210lbs and this bike fits great! if you are a big and/or tall dude (like 6'4") this bike will STILL fit you.
took only minutes to put together out of the box and is extremely smooth!
I bought this bike to ride around town with my children. Its much more fun to have a bike like this and goof off with the kids than it is to be going super slow on a speed bike or mountain bike waiting for them to keep up.
On a side note, the decals (simply stickers) peel off super easy! a bit of goo-gone and the residue comes right off. the matte black frame looks super nice without the stickers.
Good quality, plus all of the assembly tools are included.
Cons: pedals a cheap, but strong. Geometry is such you need to be careful of digging your toes into the front wheel when you turn when you're kicked back cruising. Just a big wheel..
Brake is weak - but BMX bikes often don't have brakes. This isn't a mountain bike.. It slows you down just fine (and I'm like 260 pounds.)
1 year ago
The bike itself is very well made. The frame has nice welds and a nice paint job. Rims and hubs are nice. Handle bars and stem are nice also. Not all top of the line but adequate.
The only 3 things I didn't care for and have changed. The crank set, seat, and rear brake caliper. Just personal preference on the 3. Your preference may vary.
Overall the bike is nice and pleasure to ride.
2 months ago
11 months ago
As mentioned in previous reviews the disk brake did seem a bit weak at first, but with a little adjusting it works fine for me.
I would definitely recommend this bike.
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All of that being said the quality of the frame and fork seem pretty decent and it is coming in at half the price of the SE Big Ripper, I would be prepared to spend some money to make this a safe reliable bike.
1 month ago
The Framed Twenty9er Bike comes with a 160mm. If you wanted to size up the disc rotor you would need to get a new break adapter.
Instead of replacing the rotor I would suggest replacing the caliper. One suggestion would be the Avid BB7 as this will give you more stopping power. This would make a bigger difference than replacing the rotor.
Plan to purchase this coming year..
Is the BB standard size as of the Mtb? Also the headset?
Plan to replace the bb and the head set.. And replace also the fork with suspension..
I just checked and this Twenty9er is still available, and we have number. Yes to your questions, and the components can be replaced easily. Not a bad bike to play around with.
The frame (like most bicycles) is probably made in Taiwan. Taiwan has been a supplier of quality bicycle frames for several decades now. There are a couple of U.S. frames on the market, but you'll pay a lot more for it, and even if the frame is assembled in the U.S. it is uncertain exactly where the steel, aluminum, or chrome was sourced from. I have one of these bikes and I love it. Good luck, and I hope this helps.
I'm 6' will this bike be comfortable to use as an around town cruiser?
As of right now, yes the Framed Twenty9er Bike is tracked to ship on 12/30/2013.
At 6'4" this 29er fits good, you'll have not problems with it at 6'.
The 29er is classified as a Big MX bike, like a BMX bike but for adults. It's a blast to cruise around on.