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2011 Verde Eon (discontinued)

Average User Rating: (Good)
Discontinued
2011 Verde Eon  Matte Black/Blue
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    “Bike is Terrible!”

    The Good: There is nothing good about this bike AT ALL!

    The Bad: Parts break way to easily and thats why i have a custom bike now since I kept breaking parts on it

    Overall Review: Bike is terrible, I really do not understand why Verde didnt do a better job making this bike!

    “DO NOT BUY”

    The Good: lightweight. looks cool

    The Bad: parts break VERY easily. ive spent over $600 on this bike because of broken parts. if your really into bmx, DO NOT BUY this will ruin your life

    Overall Review: biggest piece of shit. should really be worth $10

    “do not buy this”

    The Good: if its any thing like last years model (2009 - 2010) its trash. my friend had one and the only thing thats left working and in one piece is the spindle. and thats bent.

    The Bad: he broke every thing, and dont waste you money.

    Overall Review: DO NOT BUY THIS BIKE IF YOU ACTUALLY PLAN TO RIDE IT. LOOKS GOOD BUT AFTER A WEEK, IT BREAKS. END OF STORY.

    “i would recamend this”

    The Good: very lite nice and short durable but good for lighter riders rims held up petty good for single wald

    The Bad: sprocet squeaks but if you oil it once a week its fine good for lighter riders im 135 and good foor me

    Overall Review: great bike good for all tearan and is pefect for meidum riders

    “Solid Bike very light. But just recently got it testing it out still”

    The Good: Light, sexy chrome forks, great grips, solid frame

    The Bad: Get new wheels, sprocket, and chain after buying.

    Overall Review: Love the bike so far. Not an advance rider but getting better. BUY but get new parts right away.

    “Do not buy!!!!!”

    The Good: Forks were chromoly

    The Bad: Everything but forks.

    Overall Review: I bent everything on this bike in the 3 months I had it. Then I bent the frame and decided to never buy a bike that's under $500. Much better off with a verde spectrum or better or any other reliable brand like fit subrosa or kink.

    Specifications

    Model Year 2011
    Frame Hi-tensile strength steel with standard 1-1/8" head tube
        Materials
        Top Tube Length
        Chainstay Length
        Head Tube Angle
        Seat Tube Angle
        Standover Height
        BB Height
        Brakemounts
        Dropouts
    Fork Chromoly steerer tube
    Handlebar Chromoly steerer tube
    Stem Alloy front load, matte black
    Grips DUO Doyle, color-matched
    Bar Ends Plastic
    Headset Standard 1-1/8"
    Cranks 100% heat-treated chromoly 3-piece, 170mm, 8-spline spindle
    Sprocket 25 tooth steel
    Bottom Bracket Sealed mid BB, 19mm
    Pedals Plastic
    Chain Taya 410, black
    Driver/Freewheel 9 tooth loose-ball driver with internal sealed bearing (semi-sealed)
    Front Rim Single wall, 36 hole E.D. plated rim
    Rear Rim Single wall, 36 hole E.D. plated rim
    Front Hub Loose-ball hub with 3/8" axle
    Rear Hub Semi-sealed hub with 14mm axle
    Front Tire 2.20" multi-terrain
    Rear Tire 2.20" multi-terrain
    Spokes Color-matched E.D. plated
    Seat Plastic seat with integrated seat post
    Seatpost Integrated
    Seatpost Clamp Alloy slim clamp, color-matched E.D. plated
    Brakes Alloy U-brake
    Brake Levers Alloy 2-finger lever
    Detangler N/A
    Cable Standard cable, black
    Pegs N/A
    Colors Matte black/blue, matte black/gold, matte black/green, and matte black/red
    Weight

    24 lb 12.8 oz (11.2 kg)

    Miscellaneous
    Price $299.99
    More Info Verde website