i have had this frame for about 2 months it is still riding good and no dents. it is a decent weight. i ride hard street. this has hit more 10foot drops then my mtb. my only beef is the paint comes off easy. but i am going to raw it any way.
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I only have the sinister frame itself but it holds up great for street and I havent dented it yet like other frames. Great for tall riders, has a low bracket height.
Mutiny and the Shadow Conspiracy are proud to share with you our collaboration. The BMX industry is FINALLY guided and shaped by rider owned brands. To celebrate this Mutiny and The Shadow Conspiracy have both come together on this product. The final results are the Mutiny Sinister frame, with a Shadow fork and stem finished with a one off production run color and decals. Joe Simon, Brandon Hoerres and Matt Roe are all part of the Mutiny Shadow teams which solidifies the bond between both our brands. Mutiny and Shadow are proud to share with you our collaborative efforts.
-Material: 4130 Sanko chromoly, double butted toptube and down tube. Available with or without brake mounts.
-Top Tube: 19.75", 20.6", 21"
-Chain stay: 13.5" slammed
-Head Tube: 74.5 degrees for integrated headset, heat treated with removable gyro tabs
-Seat Tube: 71 degrees
-BB Style: Mid
-BB Height: 11.5"
-Dropouts: Heat treated 5mm
Featured color: black/gray
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