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Framed Twenty9er Bike 29in 2016

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Type: 29in, Racing
Material: Aluminum
Top Tube Length: 24.5
Rear End Length: 14
Bottom Bracket: Euro
Weight: 25 lbs

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Description: Framed Twenty9er Bike 29in

If you are thinking of picking up BMX but a 20-inch bike seems too small, then it's time to check out the Framed Twenty9er bike for men. This machine is awesome! It has all the features of a standard BMX bike, but they are bigger. With a 24.5 in top tube and alloy 29 in double-walled alloy wheels, you'll be cruising in comfort. But it's not only about comfort - with features like Chromoly 3-piece cranks, a sealed wheel set and a rear disc brake, this bike can perform! Don't settle. Pick up a Framed Twenty9er and see if you still have those BMX skills.

Key Features of Framed Twenty9er Bike 29in:
  • 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 22.2X1.8T W/19X1.2T 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 31.8mm , 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.

4.2 / 5.0
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Great bike! Great price!
First off, just wanted to say I paid $299 for the FRAMED 29er and $30 ground shipping. For what that price, there is NOTHING out there comparable.

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.
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March 9, 2015
Seattle, WA, US
Age: 25-44
The 29er Lets Em Know
Nice bike -- handles well out of box and turns heads out on the road. Would recommend more for cruising out at the beach or mashing through city streets. Nice roomy feel to the bike. I�m 6�1 200 lbs. Took out on some some small mellow jumps and performed well. Too nice a bike to beat up on jumps just pull out my 24 inch for that and get er done. Great buy for price and performance
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June 9, 2014
So sick!
Love the fit and feel of this bike. It's BIG. I'm 6'4 and it fits well. Rides nice and smooth, feels light under you. Don't expect to throw it around like a small BMX, though. Fast like a MTB without shifting and nonsense.

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.)
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January 23, 2015
Seattle , WA, US
Age: 25-44
Love the bike, especially for the money
My only gripe is that the rear brake has really poor stopping power. I put a larger diameter disc to help. I also replaced the crankset. The crankset it comes with is fine (beefy chrome moly). They are VERY heavy though. The bike stock is around 30lbs. I knocked off 2 lbs going with alloys.
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November 10, 2014
1 year ago
My 29er is tough as my trail
This bike is really great for the larger framed person or taller person. It is a great bike for the price and smooth to ride plus the look of a 29in bmx bike is crazy cool!!!
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April 30, 2014
Framed 29er- love it!
Ok- I bought this bike really for the frame...24.5 top tube...the wheels are great too as are the tires...I have actually changed EVERY other part on the bike but not because it was crappy but because I am a bike snob. Out of the box this bike rides good, feels very solid, geometry feels nice and it's very fun to ride. In stock form, here is what I did NOT like- The bars and stem are cheap, you gotta cut somewhere to keep the price down but I am a big guy and I had trouble tightening the bars down to where I felt comfortable that they would not slip...along with what everyone else reports, the brakes do suck. The 140mm rotor with the cheap mechanical unit is bad enough but throw in a lever with a plastic clamp and it's useless. I changed the lever to an Avid Fr-5 which helped, I took an inch off of the cable and gave it a proper greasing and shot the caliper with some lube and it was much better- still went to an Avid BB7 brake and a 160mm rotor- now it stops on a dime. The only other thing that I was a little so-so about was the rear freehub. I wish that it was a cassette because the smallest gear you can run on these wheels is a 16 and there is not a bunch of room on the front end to go big on a gear without sabotage to the chain alignment. I found that the 32T gears are not so easy to come by either if you want to change it out. I went to a 33-16 gearing and I am happy with it. Again- love the wheels- just wish they were cassette instead of freewheel but I can live with it. The seatpost is only a 300mm so I am going to move to a 400mm, long legs! The seat is actually quite comfy for a stock seat. The pedals are a nice wide and long DX copy- built in pins but they have a nice solid feel as do the heavy as F cro-mo cranks..Would I buy another one? Hell yes- The frame takes all standard parts, is very light and has a great Katsan-like geometry. I put a different fork on and raised the front end by about 30mm. It now sits (geometry wise) between a Big Ripper and a Firemans and I LOVE IT! Hope this helps!
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May 12, 2015
5 months ago
Nice for older "kids"
I've always wanted a BMX style bike that was big enough for me. I'm 44 and 220lbs. I was tired of my Mountain bike and wanted something like I had when I was a teen. I stumbled across this bike after a web search of 26" BMX bikes. I bought it right away and the shipping was fast too.
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.
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March 9, 2015
8 months ago
Nice Ride
Great bike for the dough. Out of the box it was very easy to assemble. Fit and finish are very nice. This bike is super fun to ride and handles well.

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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March 4, 2015
8 months ago
Pretty Decent Bike
This is a pretty good bike for $300. Pretty good build / component quality overall. Ended up replacing the cheap, heavy steel BB and crankset with RaceFace and Wellgo pedals to save some weight. It would be a toss-up to buy another one of these or a Big Ripper.
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November 10, 2014
1 year ago
Worth the money
Disk brake is too small, making stopping power sub par. Also front fork seems to be off center front wheel hangs over to one side by a noticeable amount other than that seems like a nice ride so far just expect to upgrade some features.
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November 29, 2014
11 months ago
Ups and downs
Overall I am fairly pleased with the bike but there are a few issues. 1) the rear tire had some damage at the bead and would pop off and blow out the tube if the pressure went above 45psi. I'm sure this was a fluke-y sort of deal so I just replaced the tire. 2) The brake parts on this bike are abysmal! The quality is pretty bad even for a bike in this price point. I'd rather have a decent V-brake than a crummy disc for the sake of having a disc on a cheap bike. Those required and upgrade simply to stop. 3) The decals/graphics application was poorly done as well crooked, shoddy.
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.
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April 15, 2015
6 months ago
jump & roll over everything!
this bike is really fun. i am 6'3" and it feels so nice under me. put the schwalbe big apple 29" performance line tires on it for street shmobbin. as expected the components aren't the best, but at this price there are no complaints
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October 24, 2014
1 year ago
Great bike, great value
I needed to get the rear brake adjusted and put a front v-brake on, but for the $300 spent I couldn't be happier. Lots of fun to ride - like being a kid on a BMX again.
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November 10, 2014
1 year ago
great bike
It's a great bike. Only bad thing is the brakes are really bad but I fixed them shortly after putting together
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January 17, 2015
9 months ago
Awsome BMX
Made for big kids. This bike is awesome, the crank is small which gives a moderate cruising speed, its not fast but not slow but very easy to pedal. The seat is comfortable and the design is sweet. It is flat black color and the mushroom grips are comfortable. The bike is jus too cool. The only thing is when you turn if your feet are not behind the pedal it will rub on the front tire. The bike is very light weight. I love the bike. Happy I bought it, it will be my last bike guaranteed. Great bang for your buck!
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September 1, 2015
Malton, ON, CA
Age: 45-64
still waiting for my freaken bike
summer is over cant ride my bike because I still don't have it this is my second purchase pretty disappointed but I know you guys are worth it. my stupid ass wife kept my first bike so now getting divorced need a another one. right now over all rating
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September 25, 2015
1 month ago
Bruiser Cruiser
Awesome bike! I'm 6'3" 260 lbs. and I feel like a kid on this bike. At this price point you're not getting top of the line components but most are sufficient. I'm not going to lie, the brake sucks bad. I've already ordered an Avid BB7 to replace it. For $299 you can't go wrong.
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June 4, 2015
Age: 25-44
29er is the only way to ride.
I love my 29er expect for two issues. The gear ratio needs to be harder to make the ride more challenging. I'm going to add a lower gear to acheve. The disk brakes need to be better. They have trouble stopping on big hills. I'm 185lbs. Not sure how to make the breaking more efficient yet? Otherwise great bike for the price.
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April 26, 2015
6 months ago
Fun cruiser
definitely a fun bike, bought it at $300 and it s worth that. After reading the reviews about the bad brake, i bought one anyways thinking that people didnt know how to adjust the mechanical brake. Well i was wrong, you cant even take your feet off the ground with the brake on if you re on a bit of a slope without the bike fully moving. I ended up putting on an old 8" Downhill hydrolic brake and that fixed the issue. Other than that the bike is pretty fun and rolls well, Great cruiser
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June 17, 2015
vancouver, BC, CA
Age: 25-44
Best ever
Bought for my boyfriend and he has been so happy with it. Says it is the best bike ever!
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March 7, 2015
8 months ago

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It came in a color I liked and the price was in the range I wanted to spend
Eric R on Oct 5, 2015
Cool bike. Potential
Jon E on Aug 20, 2015
Because I am an older, taller guy looking for an appropriate sized bmx bike to cruise the streets.
Robert C on Oct 2, 2015
JON B on Jul 31, 2015
I know it says the bike ships partially assembled, what exactly is partially assembled?
Colin H on Apr 22, 2014
Best Answer: You need to put handle bars, front wheel and seat
Reply · Report · sobluke on Jan 1, 2015
How much does this bike weigh?
A shopper on Jan 11, 2014
Best Answer: 25 lbs
Reply · Report · GeorgeMExpert on Jun 25, 2014
will this frame 29 inch cruiser hold a person of 300 ponds ? any one own a framed 29" vmx cruiser ?
johnny e on Jul 8, 2015
Best Answer: I think that the bike will handle 300 pounds rather easily with one small fix....the brake. Understanding that you are not spending 600 dollars plus means that there are some things on this great bike that are not top notch. The brake may not have the great and quick stopping power for 300 pounds. By no means am I suggesting that it would not stop you, but it is not of the caliber where going down steep hills and stopping power are its strong points. I weigh in at 185 pounds and brake early going down steeper terrain. The 29er is a great rig for semi serious riding. There simply are limitations to it as you push it on the boundaries of what it is designed for....hops, jumps, and fun for us bigger kids.
Reply · Report · James A on Jul 12, 2015
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How many 29 inch bikes yah got for that twenty9er bike ?
A shopper on Apr 27, 2015
Best Answer: The Spring is a popular time For Bike, and BMX sales... but we do have some for now.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Apr 27, 2015
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I'm 5'9" will the 29er fit me ?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2014
Best Answer: Yes it will fit you. If your planning on jumping and stuff stick with a 24" or "26. I find those sizes much funner to maneuver on jumps, park and stuff
Reply · Report · Feltone W on May 25, 2014
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Does anyone know if the logos already come on this bike or is the frame plain black with option to add decals??
A shopper on May 25, 2014
Best Answer: Decals come on the bike. Logos kind of cheap. Not easily removable. Bike is good quality though. Fun to ride. I did replace the rear disc rotor. It was a 140mm and had no stopping power and I'm light weight. I replaced with a 160 for about $30 including adaptor.
Reply · Report · Michael R on May 26, 2014
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Can this bike hold a man of 325 comfortable ? I was going to get the big ripper but this seems to be worthy or look worthy can I get some honest answers ? Thanks !
A shopper on Jul 9, 2015
Best Answer: I'm about 240 and it supports me just fine. I have ridden it without any problems thus far. Been a good bike.

325 might be too much for the bike if you are going to ride it hard.
Reply · Report · Terry L on Jul 9, 2015
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Im currently only 5.2 but i am still only 13 so what size should i buy, Im thinking 26 inch?
Jarry on Nov 18, 2014
Best Answer: What do you plan to do with the bike? cruising? Jumping? racing? I cruise most of the time. sometimes little jumps and what not. This is a big bike. Mountain bike size with no gears and a bmx ride. I love my bike. for cruising it is great. I will be changing it up... needs different gear ratio... will be changing crank and sprocket as well as the bike needs a front brake.
Reply · Report · todd s on Nov 21, 2014
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Was wondering what size disc rotor comes stock on the bike? I would like to get a larger disc to increase stopping power but do not know what the size of the one that comes on the bike.
Brandon R on Nov 18, 2014
Best Answer: Brandon,
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.
Reply (1) · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 30, 2014
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how much does this bike weigh? Is it a tank or is it nice and light, easy to catch some air at the park?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2014
Best Answer: The Specs say that the bike weighs 25 lbs
Reply · Report · Jonathan K on Apr 1, 2014
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What's the backorder situation on these bikes? Are you still planning to ship on 9/1? Do you have inventory to cover the backorders and new stock?
Cap'n on Jul 31, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Kurt.
Sorry do delay an answer... I wanted to check with Framed. As best they can plan our bikes will arrive on 9/1 as posted, but I cannot guarantee that. We will have plenty of inventory to cover the back-order... and have them in stock. I will update you when I get a little more info.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Aug 3, 2015
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Will you have more units of this bike?
Joaquin D on Jun 24, 2015
Best Answer: Hi,
Yes! We have sold the last of these Twenty9ers from Framed... they are super popular and sell like hotcakes. We are working with Framed to get some more quickly.
Reply (1) · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Jun 24, 2015
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Still available this 2015?
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..
Jason a on Dec 29, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Jason,
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.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Dec 29, 2014
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re-newbie here (grew up in the 80s). Getting back into BMX for my son who is starting to ride. I am 6'5" 195lbs with a 36in inseam. I am thinking this is the bike for me to keep up with my son or just cruise along. Live in flat country by the beach. Not even sure where to start, but looks like a solid bike for a big guy. I think the disc brakes are unique and a good thing. However, I am concerned that if I get out of flat country I may wish I had more gears. My understanding of this bike is the front is 32T and the rear is 8T, so front divided by rear gives 4 times the 29in wheels equals 116 BMX ratio. Take that times "pi" (~3.1416) gives you 364.42 inches of travel per revolution of the pedal. If my memory serves me correctly the ratio people say they run for BMX was always 53, 54, or 55. So with this bike I am 116 pretty much twice what people ride. Is that bad? If I get out of flat country will I die trying to get up a hill? Any advice here is much appreciated. I like BMX bikes, but think I may have gotten too big for them, but want my son to get into them and he does what dad does. Hope someone can help here. Thanks!
A shopper on Jan 13, 2014
Best Answer: First off, if you teach your son that math you are a fantastic parent! I am 6', this bike does exactly what i wanted- an adult bmx. I live in DC and it is a medium hilly town. No San Francisco, but not flat like Philly. When i take hills i find the gear ratio to be easy to climb most hills (former train tracks turned bike paths never have more than an 8% grade) and going down hills you just coast. I have gone up steeper and aside from spinning in dry leaves it was fine. My legs are short for my height so I am thinking you will not have any problem using leverage to climb hills. I have a little rust on a rear bolt which I only mention because you said you live by the beach and things tend to rust in that environment faster. The good outweighs the bad by leaps and bounds tho. This is the solution to a part time cruiser for a 36 year old tall dude who doesn't want to drop $600 on a name brand 26" bmx. Ride on!
Reply · Report · Andrew O on Nov 6, 2014
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My son is 5'5 15 years old but growing fast. Is this too big?
joann t on Sep 2, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Joann,
A 29er Bike is certainly a different bike than a traditional BMX bike. It is much much larger. If your son is looking at regular BMX bikes, a 20" bike with a 20" to 21.5" top tube will work great. Example: Basically, he could ride this, but I do not think it is what you are looking for.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Sep 3, 2015
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Can i put regular brakes on ?
A shopper on Feb 14, 2015
Best Answer: Yes you can.....but there is no point in doing so. The disk brakes are current technology. They work fine as is. Being that this is a solid entry level bike, some components are not going to be top tier. The disk works well, but don't replace it with some standard V brake. Invest in the next level disk brake for this great bike when you are ready. This is what I will be doing by summer. Happy riding. God bless.
Reply · Report · James A on Feb 15, 2015
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Who makes the frame? What company?
mike j on Feb 15, 2015
Best Answer: Mike J.

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.

Reply · Report · Joel S on Feb 15, 2015
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So I'm a big and tall kind of dude I stand 6,3 an weigh 300 an I would like to have this bike to ride thru the city wit my friends would this be the perfect bike?
A shopper on Sep 21, 2015
Best Answer: it's a great cruiser! i am able to do wheelies and small jumps on it but don't expect to do much trick-wise, cuz it's a beast (i am 6'3" and about 210lbs). it's great for cruising around the city fun, hopefully you don't have too many hills. i recommend ordering the schwalbe "big apple" tires for street use. i recently took it to yosemite and had a blast on the bike trails in the valley. have fun!
Reply · Report · Matthew H on Sep 21, 2015
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Can I still do freestyle and skate park ramps on this?
Kandi K on Aug 10, 2015
Best Answer: No. Please don't take this as a knock on this fun stock bike. The key word is stock. I love this oversized bmx bike, but as it sits, it is not strong enough to handle airtime with off kiltered landings. I have already bent my forks and changed them out. It is a fun, fun light trail bike w great curb hopping fun as it sits. If you want more, you will have to change firks, pedals, arms, and absolutely the brake.
Reply · Report · James A on Aug 10, 2015
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i love riding and going to compete in BMK mountain bike races and I want to order a new bike so i can compete and would like to no if that is the right type of bike if under the word type it says racing ;just to make sure before i order?
Chantel R on Jul 13, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Chantel,
These Framed Twenty9er BMX Bikes are really for cruising. It is a neat bike but is also quite simple. For true bike racing this may not be your best option. Please chat with our bike shop to get the perfect bike for you: 1 (800) 409-7669.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Jul 14, 2015
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I am 6'6" and weigh about 300 lbs would this bike work for me if its just for cruising? I'm definitely not going to be beating on it just sick of my mountain bike and love the look of these bikes!
A shopper on Aug 27, 2015
Best Answer: Hi!
Framed's 29er bikes have been quite popular for use cruising the streets. They are fairly simple in design, so you will be right near the user ceiling at 6' 6", 300. You can ride it on the streets ok, but NOT in a BMX capacity. As a final note, they should be ready to ship by 9/15.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Aug 28, 2015
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im 6' 5". What size bmx would fit me?
A shopper on Aug 26, 2015
Best Answer: Hi!
These 29er's would work for you great, but they do not have the perfect geometry for a true BMX bike. Take a look at the 'BigMX' bikes here:
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Aug 28, 2015
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it's august 13th...gonna order one in the next couple of it still going to ship out on September 1st? surely, by now, Framed knows if they will be able to get them to you or not. would like to know as you guys just keep pushing the dates back. thanks.
A shopper on Aug 13, 2015
Best Answer: Hi!
I completely understand the frustration of a back-order... I expressed this to the Framed guys too. The date of 9/1 for the arrival of the Twenty9er is accurate. The bikes will arrive, and be built, and shipped out within 2-3 days. There are plenty to cover the back-order and have remainder in stock. I will post any updates when I get them.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Aug 13, 2015
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I need the whole break line an tiers where to get them?
A shopper on Jul 29, 2015
Best Answer: Our Bike Shop can get you anything you need for this Framed Twenty9er. Call them and they will help: 1 (800) 409-7669!!
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Jul 30, 2015
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Will you have more before the month ends?
Joaquin D on Jun 25, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Joaquin!
Sorry to delay you again. I chatted with Framed, and the answer is "Not Quite." They will arrive sometime in July. I will be happy to post when I get concrete shipment dates.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Jun 26, 2015
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It says this bike is in stock and when I go to purcashe it says sold out why is that?
A shopper on Jun 24, 2015
Best Answer: Thanks for the heads up! The page will be changed momentarily.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jun 24, 2015
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How much weight can it hold?
Oscar A on Jun 18, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Oscar, we do not currently have a acceptable weight range available for this bike, however many fully rigid bicycles can handle weight of approximately 300lbs. You may be able to increase this by purchasing heavy duty inner tubes as well.
Reply · Report · Trevor LStaff on Jun 18, 2015
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I am 6'1 and weight 300pounds is this the right bike For me?
Oscar A on May 27, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Oscar,
The bigMX bikes will be the right choice for you... but you are right on the edge for this Framed 29er. Lok at the SE bikes here:
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on May 27, 2015
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How long to ship to new Hampshire?
A shopper on Apr 26, 2015
Best Answer: Hi,
That depends on the shipping method you choose. Take a look here for more info: It looks to be about 4 days.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Apr 27, 2015
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what is the weight limit on this bike?
troy b on Apr 19, 2015
Best Answer: The Framed Twenty9er Bike has a max capacity around 300 lb.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Apr 20, 2015
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I'm 6'11" 365 will this bike be a good fit for me. I'm looking for a bmx bike like the ones I rode in the 80's will it hold up to someone my size?
A shopper on Apr 9, 2015
Best Answer: Hey,
This bike would be way too simple for you. You have the right idea, but you want a more robust Chromoly bike. Look here:
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Apr 9, 2015
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Where do I find tubes for a 29' wheel?
A shopper on Feb 7, 2014
Best Answer: Any bike shop or even walmart.
Reply · Report · Jacob C on Apr 20, 2014
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Is the bike still on track to ship 12/30/2013?

I'm 6' will this bike be comfortable to use as an around town cruiser?
Jason R on Dec 16, 2013
Best Answer: Jason,

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.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 17, 2013
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Has anyone purchased this bike? I have not seen a single review.
Ben H on Apr 29, 2014
Best Answer: it is a lower cost version of the SE Big Ripper. main reason I went with this one is the color. lower quality components compared to the Big Ripper, but same amount of FUN to ride.
Reply · Report · Robin S on Apr 29, 2014
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im 5'11 will a 24" be to small for me or is the 29" better? BTW its to do tricks with.
Jason C on Apr 28, 2014
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