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Radio Griffin Pro Dirt Jump Bike 2018

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Our Price $1149.99

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Description: Radio Griffin Pro Dirt Jump Bike

The Radio Griffin Pro features a full 6061-T6 alloy frame, forged dropouts, tapered head tube and a Manitou Circus Pro 100mm fork. Spec''d with a great variety of Radio and Salt components ready to hit the trails.

Key Features of Radio Griffin Pro Dirt Jump Bike:
  • Frame: Full 6061-T6 alloy frame, double gusset, forged dropouts
  • Fork: MANITOU "Circus Sport", 100mm travel
  • Bars: RADIO "Griffin" bar, alloy hydro-formed
  • Grips: RADIO "Frequency XL" flangeless grips
  • Stem: RADIO "DJ" front loading stem, alloy CNC, 40mm reach
  • Headset: FSA "No.57" internal headset, 1 1/8th top, 1.5" bottom
  • Gyro: -
  • Lever: SRAM "Level" rear, TEKTRO "RS-360A" front
  • Brakes: SRAM "Level" hydraulic disc brake rear 160mm, TEKTRO "Novela-Disc" front 160mm
  • Cranks: RADIO "PRO" forged alloy2-pc crank, 170mm
  • BB: RADIO "PRO" external cup for 24mm spindle, sealed bearing
  • Pedals: SALTPLUS "Stealth" nylon/fiberglass pedals
  • Chain: ECLAT "Diesel" chain
  • Sprocket: SALTPLUS "PRO" 6061-T6 alloy, 28t sprocket
  • Driver: 11t 1pc cassette driver, sealed bearing
  • Front Hub: RADIO "PRO-DJ" alloy disc hub, sealed bearing, 20mm thru-axle, 32h
  • Rear Hub: RADIO "PRO-DJ" alloy disc hub, sealed bearing, 3/8"s crmo axle, 32h
  • Front Rim: SALTPLUS "Summit" rim, aero double wall, 32h
  • Rear Rim: SALTPLUS "Summit" rim, aero douyble wall, 32h
  • Seat: RADIO "Century" slim padded pivotal seat
  • Seat Post: RADIO 27.2mm alloy pivotal post
  • Seat Clamp: iRADIO "Slim" 31.8mm alloy seatclamp
  • Tires: KENDA "KRANIUM" tires, 2.1" front & rear
  • Pegs: -
  • Weight: 12.77 kg (26.16 lbs) w/o front brake
Dimensions
Size 26"
Top Tube Length 22.8"
Chain Stay Length 15.5"
Head Tube Angle 68.5°
Seat Tube Angle 72.5°
Bottom Bracket Height 20mm drop
Stand Over Height 10.7"
Rise 40mm
Width 760mm
Backsweep
Upsweep

Griffin Pro

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.



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