Description: Radio Evol BMX Bike
With the Radio Evol BMX Bike, you'll get a lot of bang for your buck! This bike is built so well, you may never want to upgrade. The frame and fork are built from 1020 Hi-ten steel and are loaded with great components from Salt and Radio. You'll be up to speed in time with tubular chromoly 3-piece cranks and Salt nylon/fiberglass pedals under your feet and stopping is handled by a seat stay mounted Radio AM alloy U-brake and lever. The Evol features a compact 26/9T ratio so with that big set, you'll be able to get more speed than most!
Key Features of Radio Evol BMX Bike:
- Colors: Blue, Yellow
- Frame: Full 1020 Hi-Ten
- Fork: Radio Rookie 1020 Hi-Ten, 1PC CRMO Steerer
- Bars: 1020 Hi-Ten
- Grips: Salt Team Grips
- Stem: Salt AM Front Loading Stem, 50mm Reach
- Headset: FSA A-Head-Set, Loose Ball
- Gyro: NO, Holes for removable gyro tabs
- Lever: Radio AM Alloy Brake Lever
- Brakes: Radio AM Alloy U Brake Rear
- Cranks: Radio Rookie Tubular 3PC Crank CRMO, 170mm, 8 Spline
- BB: Mid Size, Press Fit, Sealed Bearing
- Pedals: Salt AM Nylon/Fiberglass Pedals
- Chain: Salt AM Chain, 510H Type
- Sprocket: Radio AM Steel 26T Sprocket
- Driver: 9T Cassette Driver, LB
- Front Hub: Radio Rookie Steel Hub, LB, 3/8"S, 36H
- Rear Hub: Radio AM Cassette Hub, Semi Sealed, 9T, 14mm Axle, 36H
- Front Rim: Salt Valon Rim, Straight Single Wall, 36H
- Rear Rim: Salt Valon Rim, Straight Single Wall, 36H
- Seat: Radio Century 20 Mid Padded Combo Seat
- Seat Post: -
- Seat Clamp: Radio Slim Alloy Seatclamp
- Tires: Salt Strobe Tires, 2.25" Front and Rear
- Pegs: Radio Steel Pegs (1 pair)
- Weight: 11.7 kg, 25.7 lbs w/o pegs and brakes
- Top Tube: 20.5"
- Chain Stay Length: 13.5"
- Head Tube Angle: 75°
- Seat Tube Angle: 71.5°
- BB Height: 11.75"
- Standover Height: 8.5"
- Bar Rise: 8.5"
- Bar Width: 28.75"
- Bar Backsweep: 12°
- Bar Upsweep: 2.5°
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.