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2012 Stolen CASINO Bike (discontinued)

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Discontinued
2012 Stolen CASINO Bike 2012-STLN-CASINO1
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    “Bad Ass Bike”

    The Good: Tall boy handlebars, Thermalight pedals, awesome grips, light weight

    The Bad: Stem and headset

    Overall Review:

    I currently own this bike and ive had no problems its awesome, the bike is extremely light and i love the tall boy handlebars they're great for getting air when hopping of ramps and stuff, one thing ive been worried about is the stem though i feel like its not very durable and my handlebars kept sliding, if you get this problem make sure you fix it immediately so that the barsdon't smooth out and eventually become permanently loose you can fix this by constantly sanding the inside of the stem whenever your bars get a little loose other than that AWESOME BIKE

    “Stolen Casino”

    The Good: light, grips, pedals, cranks, most of the bike

    The Bad: unsealed bb, the headset isn't great.

    Overall Review: I got this bike not too long ago and when i did I was surprised at how light it was. most parts on this bike are high quality, but some i fear may break. this bike overall is great for beginners.

    “Its pretty great!”

    The Good: Even tho it is made of hi-ten steel it is still just as light as chromoly. The grips and pedals are amazing! I really like the blue and orange color scheme and decals. The 8" rise bars are amazing too and the fork is pretty good.

    The Bad: it has a semi-sealed rear bearing meaning that there is just a circular piece of rubber protecting the bearings that comes off. and the stem slips sometimes. and the seat is plastic, but that doesnt bother me.

    Overall Review: I think this is better than what i had before definitely. i had a 35 pound Haro Backtrail X4 Nyquist that just about killed me a million times bc of the weight. and now that i have a 25 pound bike with orange tires i am pumped! i ordered it from danscomp with orange Kenda Kontacts that are really grippy and nice! they are orange and i get people staring at me all the time because of that XD i went to the skatepark with it and people with 600$ bikes were surprised how light and nice the bike was to ride. so overall this bike is a great buy with a pro feel to it, but could probably use a new rear rim or hub.

    Specifications

    Model Year 2012
    Frame 1020 Hi-tensile Steel TIG welded frame w/ mini-5mm dropouts, American BB Shell
        Materials
        Top Tube Length
        Chainstay Length
        Head Tube Angle
        Seat Tube Angle
        Standover Height
        BB Height
        Brakemounts
        Dropouts
    Fork Tornado Hi Ten Tubing, w/ micro dropout
    Handlebar Tall Boy 8" rise / 28.5" wide 10°back / 2° up
    Stem Convict III Alloy Front Clamp 50mm reach
    Grips Money Grip
    Bar Ends Vortex Nylon BarPlugz
    Headset 1 1/8" threadless type
    Cranks 3-piece tubular Chromoly w/ pinch bolts, 175mm
    Sprocket OE Classring 25t
    Bottom Bracket American BB
    Pedals Thermalite
    Chain KMC Z410
    Driver/Freewheel Cassette 9t 1-piece Chromoly Driver
    Front Rim 36H/P-7x 6061 Alloy
    Rear Rim 36H/P-7x 6061 Alloy
    Front Hub 36H, 3/8" axle
    Rear Hub 36H, 14mm axle
    Front Tire Overlord 2.2"
    Rear Tire Overlord 2.0"
    Spokes Steel, Black
    Seat Combo PC seat
    Seatpost Combo
    Seatpost Clamp Choker Alloy
    Brakes Tektro 907 forged alloy U-brake
    Brake Levers Tektro Alloy Clamp and Blade, Black
    Detangler n/a
    Cable Black
    Pegs n/a
    Colors Matte Red w/ Black, Steel Blue w/ Neon Orange, or ED Black w/ Green
    Weight

    25 lb 3 oz (11.4 kg)

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