Hoffman Bikes 2012 Condor Frame (discontinued)

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Retro Condor

Rating:
The Good:

Matt Hoffman rides one so u know its gonna hold up. Awsome geometry, finish and light weight.

The Bad:

My stupid self stripping the tab screw while putting it together.

Overall Review:

I have a blue 20.25 Condor and this frame is sweet. I normally ride a 20.5 frame and this frame fits me really well and im 5'7". This frame is built well and i do agree about the dropouts being long cause i like to run my back rim all the way up with a large tire. My bike setup consist of 4 pegs with front and rear brakes and its probably around 26lbs. It bunnyhops and handles really well. I most definatly recommend this frame to everyone. Ive ridden this bike at woodward west at the old school reunion and had no problems with the frame. Rides awsome on the mega ramp too. Now i need a chrome condor!

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Retro Condor

Rating:
The Good:

Comes in 2 sizes, beautiful welds and BB machining, went together easily, classic Condor design with modern geometry and tech.

The Bad:

Long dropouts aren't friendly for street.

Overall Review:

I got the shorter one but I have also ridden the long version. Frame went together nicely, good balance when riding. Decals under clearcoat which is a bonus on this bike as it is purchased for the looks and heritage. You can set the rear axle extra long for high speed stability. This is a great park or trail bike. The long dropouts will be an issue for a lot of street icepicks. Build and finish quality is fantastic. Can't feel bad about supporting Mat Hoffman. Clean the paint out of the cable guide threading carefully so you don't strip anything. Great bike to ride or just look at!

Overall Review:

I got the shorter one but I have also ridden the long version. Frame went together nicely, good balance when riding. Decals under clearcoat which is a bonus on this bike as it is purchased for the looks and heritage. You can set the rear axle extra long for high speed stability. This is a great park or trail bike. The long dropouts will be an issue for a lot of street icepicks. Build and finish quality is fantastic. Can't feel bad about supporting Mat Hoffman. Clean the paint out of the cable guide threading carefully so you don't strip anything. Great bike to ride or just look at!

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Specifications

Product Hoffman Bikes 2012 Condor Frame
Riding Type Freestyle
Wheel Size 20"
Materials 4130 Chromo
Top Tube Length
  • 20.25"
  • 21"
Chainstay Length 13.7
Head Tube Angle 75°
Seat Tube Angle 71°
Standover Height
BB Height
Brake Mounts Seat Tube
Dropouts (Axle Size) 4mm
Headset Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type 11.5", Mid
Seatpost Clamp
Colors Postal Blue, CP
Weight 5 lb 4 oz (2381 g)
Price $289.99
Miscellaneous Mat Hoffman signature frame

Colors: Postal Blue, CP

100% 4130 Chromo

Original cosmetic design with modern day updates

Oval top & down tube with integrated seat clamp

4mm Thick heat-treated dropouts

Removable brake mounts and cable guides

Integrated head tube w/removable detangler tabs

Mid B/B

Size: 20.25” or 21” TT, 13.7” CS, 75° HT, 71° ST, 11.5” BBH

Weight: 5 lbs 4 oz (21”)
More Info

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