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Sapient Titan BMX Bike Night Blue 24in

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Description: Sapient Titan BMX Bike Night Blue 24in

Need a ride that combines super amounts of style with the ultimate in BMX performance? Look no further than the Sapient Titan BMX Bike. This rad guy is beefed up with everything that the engineers at Sapient come muster up, and they didn't leave anything out. The Titan comes loaded with a HiTen 22.7" Top Tube and a Shrapnel Fragment Headset for stability like none other. Add in Shrapnel Fragment Steel Pegs and you've got yourself a BMX ride that will have you trickin' for days.

Key Features of the Sapient Titan BMX Bike:
  • FRAME: HiTen 22.7" Top Tube
  • FORK: HiTen / 14mm Droputs
  • Dropouts: 14mm
  • BAR: HiTen 8" Rise Bars, 27.6" wide
  • GRIPS: Shrapnel Fragment Grips 130mm
  • STEM: Shrapnel Fragment Alloy Stem
  • HEADSET: Shrapnel Fragment Headset
  • BRAKE LEVER: Shrapnel Fragment Alloy Lever
  • BRAKE: Shrapnel Fragment Alloy U-Brakes
  • CRANK: Shrapnel Fragment FORGED 175mm 3 PCS Crank
  • SPROCKET: 30t Shrapnel Fragment
  • CHAIN: KMC Z410
  • PEDALS: Shrapnel Fragment Platform Pedals
  • FRONT HUB: KT 14Gx36HxM14mm Axle
  • REAR HUB: KT 14Gx36HxM14mm Axle, w /13T Driver
  • RIMS: Front/Rear Shrapnel Fragment Alloy Rims 24"x1.75"x14Gx36H double wall
  • Spokes/Nipples: 14g/nipples,Brass,Black
  • TIRES: Shrapnel Fragment 24" X 2.125" Tires
  • SADDLE: Shrapnel Fragment Saddle
  • SEAT POST: Shrapnel Fragment Seat Post 25.4mmx250mmx1.4mm
  • CLAMP: Shrapnel Fragment Alloy Clamp 28.6mm
  • PEGS: Shrapnel Fragment 14 mm Steel Pegs, 2 Front and 2 Back
  • TOP TUBE: 22.7"
  • HEAD TUBE ANGLE: 74degrees
  • SEAT TUBE: 12"
  • SEAT TUBE ANGLE: 70.4degrees
  • CHAINSTAY: 15.6"
  • BB HEIGHT: 13"
  • APPROX WEIGHT: 30lbs
  • WHEELBASE: 39.68"


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.

Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Good bike for the money"

    , Narnia,FL
    Pros: Good bike for the money Cons: Needs to upgrade a lot of parts

    im 6 2 290lbs, i ride this bike. i did however upgrade the seat, seat post, cranks, pedals, handlebars and grips. love it. had to tighten the spokes on both wheels and the front seal on the hub i had to fix it too. but good bike for the money!

  • "Sapient Titan BMX Bike Night Blue 24""

    , Granger, IN
    Pros: First the good, low price, free shipping, nice paint, looks sweet, long top tube, and so far the tir Cons: 1.All of the bikes bearings are garbage. 2.They ship the bike with the chain so tight it damages the

    First I want to say Im not your typical BMX rider. Im 52 years old and an avid road, mountain, long

Sapient Titan BMX Bike Night Blue 24in
Already Asked: 2 Questions, 9 Answers
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James F: Because the last 5 bikes that i have bought from you guys keep breaking.. Jun 20, 2014
Mark K: I like it Jan 18, 2014
A shopper asked: Im 6" and weigh 360can i get by on this bike just for riding back and forth to work? Jan 28, 2014
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Calvin P: No i weigh 210 and during the first week fo riding my titan regularly on paved trails the spokes came loose the bearings on the plastic pedals started to wear thru later that month i had the chain snap on a quick take off and lets jus say my shin will never be the same and not to mention when i went to adjust the gooseneck the bolts were overtightened and the local bike shop had to cut the bolts and replace the gooseneck all together .....hope this helps Jan 30, 2014
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Terrence S: No. The bike is very uncomfortable. Let me say it again the bike is very uncomfortable. I'm 6ft 210 pounds and there is plenty of room where your knees want hit the handlebars but the seat is what makes the bike uncomfortable. It's a small seat and after 3 minutes of riding it hurts. I wouldn't recommend this bike for the application you want to use it for. I'll say it one more time it's a very uncomfortable bike and if it wasn't for me trying to be a cool dad with my kids I wouldn't ride it. Jan 29, 2014
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christopher R: try another seat that fits your preference, don't give the bike a bad review based on the seat!! Mar 25, 2014
John M: My son is 6' tall but he is about 145 pounds. So I think height wise it is fine. You could probably get away with it on the weight side but I would think more importantly you would want to think about comfort if you are riding it to work. Although decent value, this bike seems to be more suited to tricks and stunt riding than one for commuting on a daily basis. Jan 30, 2014
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james e. s: My son has ridden this bike for a year now. He's 6ft 3in around 240lb. A large 16yr old. Not easy on the equipment by any means. Normal maintenance is about all it takes. Jan 28, 2014
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Jared J: If work isn't too far away, it would be fine for that. No gears, so it isn't a long distance road bike. But it's pretty comfortable for being a BMX bike. Jan 28, 2014
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Vince: I'm 5 9 155lbs is the top tube to long for shorter riders? Jun 23, 2014
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Craig F: I think so. I'm 5'11 and it fits me fine. Jan 28, 2014
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