Standard 250L Frame (discontinued)

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Standard 250L Frame 250l1
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Standard 250L

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The Good:

Strong, light, great geometry, stands up to anything you can throw at it.

The Bad:

Nothing at all.

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Great frame, very strong. I ride street and park with pegs ns have had no issues, contrary to what others have said.

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This frame is the modernized version of the legendary TrailBoss, this frame is intended for park(no pegs) and trails. Probably the best choice for any smaller rider that likes to whip their bike around at lightning speeds. Or any small to average sized trail rider that needs the proper geometry to execute that proper moto trail style. BAD ASS BIKE! sbc baby!

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They shouldn't advertise it as a trail frame with such a short rear end. But that's all in the rider's prefference. Had one (21"), hated it (back end too small), gave it away, and the kid I gave it too love it. They changed the head tude and bottom bracket like I suggested so the thing is probably pretty good now. I always rode a standard back in the day cause they were the best. Hopefully Rick will bring his products back to that level of excellence as he set the standard years ago.

They shouldn't advertise it as a trail frame with such a short rear end. But that's all in the rider's prefference. Had one (21"), hated it (back end too small), gave it away, and the kid I gave it too love it. They changed the head tude and bottom bracket like I suggested so the thing is probably pretty good now. I always rode a standard back in the day cause they were the best. Hopefully Rick will bring his products back to that level of excellence as he set the standard years ago.

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Vital BMX member angelfuk
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Specifications

Product Standard 250L Frame
Riding Type Freestyle
Wheel Size 20"
Materials
Top Tube Length
  • 20"
  • 20.5"
  • 20.75"
  • 21"
  • 21.25"
Chainstay Length 13.5"
Head Tube Angle 75°
Seat Tube Angle 71°
Standover Height
BB Height
Brake Mounts Seatstay
Dropouts (Axle Size) 14mm
Headset Integrated
Bottom Bracket Type Mid
Seatpost Clamp
Colors Black, flat black, clearcoat, kawi green, red and metallic blue.
Weight 4 lb 2 oz (1871 g)
Price $399
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