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Framed Twenty6er BMX Bike


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Description: Framed Twenty6er BMX Bike

You can always get older but you never have to grow up! The all new Framed Trenty6er delivers all the same features of the Twenty9er but with a scaled down 26"x 1.75" Wheel size. Hi quality Cromo Fork combined with our lightweight rugged alloy frame deliver a smoother ride while also tough remaining as nails. We wanted this bike to stop on or for a dime player, so we deployed our own Framed Rear BMX disc breaks; definitely not something you are going to see almost anywhere else. If you are looking for a big boy rig with style for miles, and features you wont find anywhere else; ya found it bro! Got the skills to kill? Send us a shot on Instagram @Framedbikes.

Key Features of Framed Twenty6er BMX Bike:
Frame: 6061 Alloy
Top Tube: 23.5"
Seat Tube: 16.5"
Chainstay: 17.25"
BB Height: 11.25"
Standover Height: 27"
Wheel Base: 42"
Fork: Hi-Ten Steel With Chromoly Legs
Handlebar: 2 Piece Hi-Ten Steel 8" X 28.5"
Grips: Velo Mushroom 150mm
Stem: Framed Alloy Top Load
Headset: Standard 1 1/8" Loose Ball Unsealed
Brake Lever: Avid Alloy Lever
Rear Brake: Avid BB5 disc; 160mm rotor
Front Brake: N/A
Crank: 3 Piece Forged Steel 175mm
Crank Spindle: 19mm, 8 Spline Spindle
Bottom Bracket: Euro Sealed 68mm
Chain: KMC Z410
Chain Ring: 32 Tooth Alloy
Rear Free Wheel: 16 Tooth Freewheel
Front Hub: Alloy 36H Sealed 3/8" Axle
Rear Hub: Alloy 36H Sealed 3/8" Axle
Rims: Alloy Double Wall 36 Hole
Tires: 26" X 2.0" Front, 26" X 2.0" Rear
Saddle: Suede Bmx Style, Steel Rail
Seat Post: 27.2mm X 300mm Alloy Post
Clamp: Alloy 31.8mm
Pedals: 9/16" Alloy
Weight: 28lbs 8oz (Weights May Vary Slightly)

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.

4.6 / 5.0
21 Reviews
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Big Bike for Big Kids
I bought this bike for riding around the neighborhood with the kids and to relive my BMX days. I'm 6'5 and 280 lbs. I'm glad I stumbled across this bike while looking for a good deal on a Big Ripper. I spent a few days contemplating whether to go with the Twenty6er or the Twenty9er. I went with the 26er because I wanted a bike that would be easier to manual and bunny hop. I am very happy with my decision. out of the box the brake just plain didn't work. I ended up roughing up the disk and pads with emery cloth and adjusting the caliper. The brake will now hold me on a hill and I have been doing brake slides all weekend. I'm now thinking of picking up another of these as a project bike.
December 25, 2015
Pompano Beach, FL, US
Age: 25-44
Great bike
Absolutely love it. It's an all around great bike, a men's BMX bike.
October 30, 2016
over 2 years ago
Kid again at 42
How did mtn bikes come to be the go to for everything? I was looking to regain the simple joy of bike riding that I had as a kid. The most fun I ever had was on BMX bikes. Do anything geometry, solid design w/o bouncing chains and slipping gears, and comfortable (yes comfortable-being folded over inches from the front tire with my ass in the sky is not comfortable). At 42 being 6'3" and 215lbs I was concerned that I may never be able to have the feel again. After lots of research I took a gamble and ordered the Framed Twenty6er. I chose it because of longest top tube I could find and a selling price that kept the risk of fit reasonable. I have 10 bike shops in town (none carry adult BMX). The bike arrived and I had so much fun just assembling it. The simple days were back. Then I threw a leg over it and was rewarded with an involuntary smile. I couldn't help but to instantly start power thrusting those pedals tossing the bike side to side, dropped onto the seat and pulled up a wheelie, then up to standing and looking for the manhole cover ahead to see if I could still bunnyhop. Long story short, I freaking LOVE this bike! Thank you for bringing the joy of play riding back to my life. The fit and feel of this bike is amazing even at my size.
April 12, 2017
Fort Collins, CO, US
Age: 25-44
1 year ago
Great bmx bike for the tall adults that want to be kids
Love the bike! I wanted a bmx bike to ride around instead of a mountain bike. Saw this one and bought it. I'm 6'1 and this bike fits me perfect! Very easy to put together took me maybe 10min.
September 23, 2016
Houston , TX, US
beautiful bike...great smooth ride.. AND ITS FAST
before this bike i had a 20 inch bmx im 15 and grew out of that bike.this bike is wayyy better just cause of the wheel size.the seat is quite also takes me from a to b in a smooth ride.also the colors on this bike are great.the blacj goes very well with the bright polished orange trims on the bike. and its one gear is quick. its perfect.i love it
July 7, 2016
new york, NY, US
Age: 15-24
Awesome bike for the price!
I grew up racing 20in bmx and bmx dirt jumping. It had been 10 years since I owned a bike. I knew I wanted something light and bmx. This bike seemed to fit the bill but I was skeptical of the 26" wheels. I am 6'1" and 180lbs and this bike is super comfy for cruising around town. It's very light for the size and super smooth. The rear disc brake works flawlessly and the seat if firm but comfortable. The only things I will change about this bike are the tires and the grips. Out of the box the right side grip had a damaged section from packing and the right crank bolt was stripped. Other than that this bike would have gotten a five star rating from me. I love it!
April 12, 2016
Glenwood Springs, AL, US
Age: 25-44
Simplicity quality affordability....very nice.
For former bmx riders who fell in love with the ride of the 20" bmx bike, this 26er is well suited for those who have grown to tall for the 20" bike. I'm 6 feet with long legs. By the time I was 15, I was kissing my knees on a 20". A friend of mine at the time( the 80's) had a 26"mongoose and I really liked it. I never was able to obtain one and also was never completely satisfied with any bike I ever had since no matter how much money I spent. I spent many hours on many different bikes building bmx type bikes with moderate success and most of them were nice even though minor issues in design kept them from being just right. I sold some of them and gave some away. I bought a 29" mongoose her bike and refitted it bmx style and I must say...very very close but for me the 29" is cumbersome on a trail, but great on the road. The 26er is my grown up version of a 20" bmx.
I will keep the 29" as a project bike as I can't stop fiddling with bikes but the 26er has completely satisfied my every desire in why I like to bike ride. Everybody is different and there is a different bike for everyone. If you are a former 20" bmx enthusiast the 26er offers the best for the least money. I highly recommend this bike as it offers simplicity and durability at an affordable price and the rear disc is nice. This is not to say that it couldn't use some upgraded personal touches but what bike doesn't as with any home or vehicle. Go ahead and give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
February 21, 2017
Evansvile, IN, US
Age: 45-64
Great base bike.
Bought this bike, for my 32 mile a day commute here in the PDX metro area (Yes, I seriously ride 16 mi a day to work in Portland and back out to Washington county on a dirt jumper). And even as sold, it was a great value. Have since upgraded the tires to 2.30 wides for better roll resistance (still trying to gauge best PSI for this), a new bottom bracket set (quad bearinged), 3-pc crank with hollow chromoly arms, nylon pedals, and also another 1/2 chain.

About the only down side has been the amount of cable stretch in the stock brake cable that came with it has had. This is the next thing I'll need to swap out. Keep in mind, this cable was stopping a 200lb man, going down a mile and a quarter decline at around 30mph at times. But still it only took about a week for the cable to be out of sorts, and having to re-adjust the brake as best as possible to compensate.

Otherwise, everything else on the bike should meet near any riders needs for a BMX commuter. Have been particularly pleased with the aluminum frame. Coming from a 24" all chromo frame and fork, to this had me worried, especially given my size and commute. But it has been completely solid thus far, and the ride has not been jarring at all, especially after the tire upgrade.
Post upgrading with tires and drivetrain parts.
Post upgrading with tires and drivetrain parts.
February 2, 2017
Portland, OR, US
Age: 25-44
I love how the color is on this bike
September 28, 2016
Paterson , NJ, US
Age: 25-44
Awesome bike, terrible brake lever.
Awesome bike for the money. I'm 6'3" and it fits great. I'm also 300lbs (ex-offensive lineman) so I am hard on stuff and this bike is holding up to bunny hops, J-hops and curb jumps very nicely so far.

Like others have said, the stock brakes are not the best, but a new lever did the trick for me. After messing with the adjustments, I bent the flimsy stock adjustment hardware on the lever within a few hours ave swapped it out with a basic Tektro lever. The difference in response and feel was night and day. After a long ride, the brake finally broke in and now it will skid the tire on demand.
April 25, 2017
Age: 25-44

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Why did you choose this? Store
excited to do wheelies and nobody in town has this far!
Carson P on Jul 20, 2017
Nice back
Stacey R on May 7, 2017
excited to do wheelies and nobody in town has this far!
Carson P on Jul 20, 2017
It was recommended by customer service (Tom) for my 6'1 300 pound teen!
Carlisa K. M on Jul 18, 2017
Nice back
Stacey R on May 7, 2017
I chose this bike since I am 6'2 and wanted to ride bikes with my sons. They both have kids BMX bikes just like I did as a kid, so I decided to get one as well, but had trouble finding ones that would fit a grown man. I am hoping this one fits.
David C on Apr 5, 2017
Price and a long frame. I'm tall.
Erik C on Apr 4, 2017
Because I'm a giant boy & need a new toy!
Brett M on Apr 4, 2017
BIG bmx for BIG boy
Vincent D on Nov 25, 2016
I had the29er in the past and it was a great bike .I just always wished it was a 26er .and when I saw you made it in a 26 inch I wanted one..
ted v on Nov 17, 2016
Imma big guy
Zechariah T on Jul 30, 2016
The disk brakes on a bike of this price range seem like an expensive touch that shows this product is meant to satisfy instead of turn profit.
Chris H on May 23, 2016
I wanted a 26" BMX bike that is well built and affordable.
isidro r on May 17, 2016
It was recommended by customer service (Tom) for my 6'1 300 pound teen!
Carlisa K. M on Jul 18, 2017
I chose this bike since I am 6'2 and wanted to ride bikes with my sons. They both have kids BMX bikes just like I did as a kid, so I decided to get one as well, but had trouble finding ones that would fit a grown man. I am hoping this one fits.
David C on Apr 5, 2017
I'm 6 foot 5 looking to buy bmx, 24 and 26 is what I'm looking for. I would ride casual and little jumps

A shopper on Mar 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm just over 6' tall and weigh about 150. The Twenty6er is perfect for me because i have really long legs that get in the way on an average 18'-21" BMX. My advice is go for it, the Twenty6er i mean, it's plenty big yet light enough to do the jumps and casual riding your wanting to do comfortably. The House is an excellent company to order from as well, 5 star customer service and I swear I'm not a paid spokesman. Good luck and happy hunting!
Is this bike good for wheelies im 5'2 and 140 lbs?
A shopper on Jun 9, 2016
One certainly can do wheelies on this Framed Twenty6er bike... though at 5'2 it will be a lot of bike for any freestyle tricks.
stand over height?
A shopper on Apr 5, 2016
The stand-over for this 26er BMX bike is 28".
How long is the chain stay on the frame 26 BMX frame?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2015
We are just getting these bikes. I will get you this info from Framed!
Does this bike come assembled?
A shopper on Aug 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Mostly. You have to install the front wheel, handlebars, seat & peddles. Nothing really technical if you have basic mechanical skills. Some of these tasks would have to be done for normal adjustment anyway {height, reach, etc}. Hope this helps. My Grandson really enjoys his bike.
Love this bike. Wondering if a 39 tooth chain wheel will fit without hitting the frame?
A shopper on Jul 8, 2017
I double checked with Framed, and they do not recommend a 39T ring as it will be too close to the chain stay.
Im from mexico city! Do you ship to mexico?
Luisbanos on Jan 15, 2016
Currently we are not able to ship to Mexico City. I apologize.
can it go handle light jumps? i weigh 140 pounds
A shopper on May 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it can. I weigh 200lbs and it handles rhythm sections just fine. It's really a pretty well made bike. The frame is solid, you get decent rims with sealed bearings and a good seat. The only issues I've had are having to really rough up the disc break and re-grease the cranks.
Can you do wheelies ? Like long ones on this bike
Kandiswag122 on Jul 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you can pop a wheelie or manual on a mtb or bmx you can do it on this. I can't recommend this bike enough. I use it to go to the pub and to mess around with the kids. The disk brake is fantastic. The only things I've done to the bike is add a quick release for the seat (which is proper comfortable) so I can lower it for tricks and raise it for cruising, and coming from the Uk and growing up in the 80's I've had to add a front brake and swap the brake levers over so the rear brake is on the left. Great bike, great price.
What size pegs does this bike take?
stephanie n on Jun 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: These bikes have a standard 1/2in nut and bolt configuration.
I'm 5'9 200 lbs what size is best 26 or 29?
Marc C on May 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The 29 is a big difference from the 26. If you're asking yourself "which one?" Then get the 29 and you won't regret it. I'm 6'0 and 225lbs and love my 29. Also, it depends on what your goals with the bike would be. For racing, cruising, commuting or downhill, I would go 29 for sure. If you want to actually use it for more of a bmx bike, get a 26 since it will be easier to throw around and maneuver.
can the seat be raised to sit and peddle? I'm 5'10
Adam H on Feb 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the seat goes pretty high. You should have no trouble at 5'10" using the 26r as a cruiser. If you were over 6'3" I would say go for the 29r. My friend is 6' and he has the 26r and it fits him perfectly.
Does it go fast?
Gwen S on May 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it goes fast. Best bike I have ever owned in my life. This is a Man's BMX bike. It feels so empowering, the torque is strong the 3 piece crank, chainwheel, and hub all work together smoothly, and the chain comes super tight from the box. Also, great Frame proportions and sizing on everything it all balances out great.
Is the smaller sprocket more for doing tricks rather than speed?
A shopper on Aug 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: With a smaller sprocket, it requires more torque to get going, but yields a faster overall ride. You pedal less when at higher speeds. The contrary is true to larger sprockets. I would highly recommend visiting a bicycle shop that specializes in your specific biking interests. In this case, a bike shop that carries more BMX bikes can tell you what a good sprocket size would be for what you want to do. I have a Big Ripper (29in)from SE Racing and wanted to have as much speed as possible so I dropped two teeth in rear sprocket. I am also 6'1" and 250lbs so I don't have a problem producing the torque it needs to get going from a standstill. The Twenty6er from Framed is a wonderful starter BMX bike for those looking for a 26in wheel size; the Twenty9er as well. My wife has the Twenty6er and loves it. She is 5'5", 120lbs and has no problems getting the bike going from a standstill in its stock configuration.
Is it good to wheelie?
A shopper on Oct 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This bike would be good to wheelie. I would set it up with a different rear sprocket that would make wheelies easier but that goes with almost all stock bikes.
Is good for wheelies??
A shopper on Jun 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Bike is good for anything! Just need to get used to the bigger wheel and you can wheelie all day.
Im 5’6 160lbs. Will the 26er work for me ?
A shopper on May 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It’s a great bike, I am very happy with it. I am 5’ 10 about 200 lbs and it works great for me.
Is it good for wheelieing?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2016
You can do wheelies on this bike..... though it is not really designed for it.
can you put 29 inch tires on it?
emyrson c on Jul 22, 2017
You cannot. Look at:
If a get a flat on the rear tire what is the procedure for removing tire with the disc brakes ?
George N on Jul 4, 2017
Dan's answer here is good. If you want a more detailed discussion about this bike... have a chat with our bike shop: 1 (800) 409-7669.
Whats the psi rating for the tires?
Adam H on Feb 28, 2017
Our bike shop says: 50psi
How much does this bike weigh?
Bobby on Feb 20, 2017
28lbs 8oz (That can vary a little).
My Framed 26er started making a cracking noise in the bottom bracket a few weeks after I purchased then the cranks and bottI'm bracket fell apart ive been trying to contact the company for months and no reply I'm realy disappointed a company that has the potintail to make great bikes but instead makes bikes out of the cheapest materials then puts it on the market for way overpriced I understand they should make some profit but the thing that pisses me off the most is they don't answer calls,read emails or text if an employ from framed bikes read this please contact me I would really like to get refunded or sent a bottom bracket replacement.?
A shopper on Jul 15, 2018
I am so sorry to hear about the defective parts! This is definitely not a common occurrence. Please send us an email to with photos of the broken crankset and bottom bracket. We will get that email over to our Framed Bikes representative who will be able to figure out a solution with you. It is entirely possible that your email hasn't been reaching the right person. Framed is usually really good about getting back to customers in a timely manner. I apologize for the inconvenience.
Is this bike available in any other color other than white?
A shopper on Jul 6, 2018
At this time, the white is the only color that is available. It is possible that Framed will come out with new colors in the future.
What is the biggest sprocket and smallest freewheel this bike will allow?
E Brown on Jul 3, 2018
According to Framed, probably a 14T freewheel and a 32-34T sprocket.
Is the headset Threadless?
Pottsie on May 10, 2018
Yes it is.
Can you put Front Caliper brakes on this bike?
knknkn on Feb 28, 2018
Yes, this bike can accommodate a front caliper brake but you must source an extended brake arm caliper. We would strongly recommend working with a local bike shop in your area to ensure you purchase the correct part.
I'm 5'10 and weigh 240, I'm looking at this bike to use as a bmx learning bike but I'm concerned as to whether it can handle my weight?
A shopper on Feb 23, 2018
I spoke to Framed, and you could use it as a cruiser bike, and to learn some basic tricks. Jumping or aggressive tricks would not be good. 240 to 250 is about the user max.
Is the white color on schedule to ship next week?
anthony L on Feb 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Anthony,
The 'White' color option of the Twenty9er is set to ship out 2/22/18.
Is it front heavy and is it easy to wheelie??
I'mdatbigboy on Feb 2, 2018
This is a fairly well balanced cruiser.... if you have the skills you can wheelie on this bike.


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