- Aluminum frame - Aluminum double wall rims - Chain Tensioner
They always say practice makes perfect, so let your burgeoning BMX star get started right away with Free Agent's Team Micro. Sporting tight racing geometry, a lightweight aluminum frame and a Q2 carbon fork, the Micro is perfect for little rippers who have future World Championships in their sights. To help them get out front, the Micro's Q2 Elite Mini Wheelset and 2-piece cranks let them put the hammer down. And, the appropriately sized specs give young shredders control and confidence, whether they're riding around the track or the block.
The Fit STR bikes are street machines, through and through. Starting with our fine-tuned "Street" geometry in LG 20.75? or MD 20.5? top tube options and a 12.6? chainstay length for snappy response. Add 4-piece, 9? rise bars, shorter 165mm chromoly cranks and the four included steel pegs and you have the foundation of a tried & true street setup. Sealed bearings throughout the build, with Fit Crossfit flangeless grips, a double-wall rear rim and Fit F/U 2.4? tires that keep gripping when things get grimey. If riding ledges, wall rides, rails and everything in front of you is the plan, take a good look at the Fit STR.
Big & bad, the Fit CR29 is a full-scale BMX machine for salty veterans of the two-wheeled battlefield or those just looking to cruise the streets. Kitted out in vintage YZ-inspired livery, the CRs are moto-influenced and ready to roll. 100% chromoly frame, 4-piece bars with a comfy 7? rise and an upright Fit top load stem. Seating arrangements come in the way of an S&M Sharpie Shield railed seat and micro-adjust post with a quick-release clamp for on-the-fly adjustments. On the rubber side, you're rolling smooth and fast on S&M Speedball tires in the plus sized 29 X 2.4? spec, mounted on double-wall alloy rims with sealed hubs front and rear. 3-piece 175mm cranks and 36/17 gearing get you there, with new V-brakes in the rear to slow your roll. Add a "Hurricane" frame pad for a true motocross feel and you have a bike that's big, fast and fun. What else do you need?
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