2013 Stolen Saint XLT 24" Bike

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    “Nice complete if you're used to New School.”

    The Good:

    Top of the range in-house parts, sealed this and that etc

    The Bad:

    7.25 bars are way too low. Disappointed with the Revolver hub because of the setup, only 9 or 10t driver choices. Seat post is too short.

    Overall Review:

    I had researched and read the reviews and opinions of the XLT and bought one on the general consensus that it " Feels and handles " like a 20 inch....BS....Only after I changed the bars to 8.75, put on a 24t sprocket to make the gearing a little easier ( which allowed me to take out one link,file out the dropouts a little and slam the rear end to 14.75 ) and replaced the seat and post with an Old School higher type so I can sit and pedal without my knees hitting my jaw. Now I am a Happy (49 yr old) Pappy.

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    Vital BMX member ron_h
    106461 ron_h /images/default/avatar/c50.png http://www.vitalbmx.com/community/ron-h,106461/all 06/24/13 2

    “best 24" freestyle bike out there! ive tried a few!!”

    The Good:

    So light,so sturdy,just ditch the stock cranks and bars,and your good to go! Doesn't even feel like a big bike,handles so well,gets sic air,I'm upgrading tires and that's about it(oh and the brakes are crap)but I ride brakeless

    The Bad:

    Cranks,color choices,bars(to small),brakes are a joke,low preasure tires suck and are to small

    Overall Review:

    great bike with any complete ther are things to upgrade

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    Vital BMX member danny c xlt
    105885 danny c xlt http://p.vitalbmx.com/photos/users/105885/avatar/c50_IMG_20130608_072117_1372188974.jpg?1372188128 http://www.vitalbmx.com/community/danny-c-xlt,105885/all 05/30/13 1 1


    Product Stolen Saint XLT 24" Bike
    Model Year 2013
    Riding Type
    Wheel Size
    Frame 100% Chromoly w/ integrated seat clamp, mini 5mm dropouts, Campy head tube & MID BB shell. FREESTYLE GEOMETRY
        Top Tube Length
        Chainstay Length
        Head Tube Angle
        Seat Tube Angle
        Standover Height
        BB Height
        Brake Mounts
        Dropouts (Axle Size)
    Fork 100% Tapered Chromoly, 36.9mm offset
    Handlebar STLN MID Bar, 7.25" rise, 28" width, 10° back, 2° up
    Stem STLN Convict III, Alloy Front clamp, 50mm reach
    Grips STLN Loot (flangless)
    Bar Ends STLN Vortex Nylon Bar Plugz
    Headset Alloy Integrated, Campy style
    Cranks STLN S.I.C. 3pc Tubular Chromoly w/ internal clamp, 175mm
    Sprocket OE Class Ring 25t
    Bottom Bracket Sealed MID, 19mm spindle
    Pedals STLN Thermalite w/ Chromoly axle
    Chain YBN 410
    Driver/Freewheel 10t, 1pc Chromoly
    Front Rim Revolver, double wall, 36H
    Rear Rim Revolver, double wall, 36H
    Front Hub Sealed 3/8" female axle, 36H
    Rear Hub 14mm female axle, Sealed Cassette, 36H
    Front Tire Innova 24x2.125"
    Rear Tire Innova 24x2.125"
    Spokes 14 gauge Steel with Brass nipples
    Seat STLN Kushion Pivotal
    Seatpost Alloy Pivotal, 25.4mm x 135mm
    Seatpost Clamp (integrated)
    Brakes Tektro 907 Forged Alloy U-Brake
    Brake Levers Tektro Alloy
    Cable single, straight
    Colors Matte Copper w/ Silver -or- ED Black w/ Chrome
    Weight 26 lb 0 oz (11793 g)
    Miscellaneous Geo: 21.5" TT / 15" CS / 74.5° HT / 71° ST
    Price N/A
    More Info Stolen website