2010 Verde Eon (discontinued)

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2010 Verde Eon Black/Aqua
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This bike isn't to bad if you gonna put money into it

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The Good:

nothing...............

The Bad:

after 10 months you got to put money in it. my bar snapped, rear hub cone nut (driver side) snapped in to 4 pieces (i have now a freecoaster khe reverse) , my right crank cracked, and the sprocket is very weak

just look what theboss below me said (the same thing happenned me to)

Overall Review:

the rims are good but you need lot of air in the tyres otherwise they suck you need to put some money in it if i did know that after 10 monts a lot of things snapped and cracked i didn't bought this bike

wowwwwwwwwww

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The Good:

light, cheap, if built well will ride smooth, strong and looks soo sweet with the purple or blue...

The Bad:

stock tyres are cruddy i recommend buying gusset pimp tyres for it and getting new inner tubes as well, will cost around 40 quid for all that

Overall Review:

love the bike soo much i have a luxe now but this the bike i started on and only broke once it has an amazing feel to ride and probably the best entry level bike you can get :)

verde bike

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The Good:

colors is about it

The Bad:

every thing is trash my friend cracked his top tube no cromoly pinched stem snapped his bars.

Overall Review:

DO NOT BUY THIS BIKE OR ANYTHING FROM VERDE

CRRAAAPPPP

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The Good:

the frame was good and the colors were cool

The Bad:

the forks bent out, the bars bent, the rear hub went to shit, the grips fell apart, the back rim tacoed, and the seat tore up......all within 5 monthes of riding

Overall Review:

it will fall apart......its shitty .......i friend of mine had a 2011 one and it did the same thing.....screw verde

great starter bike

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The Good:

not a single part broke in my first 8 months riding

The Bad:

gearing, grips, rims, silent hub, seat, no master link

Overall Review:

looks sweeat, frame is about 4lbs. 9 oz. and is durable as fuck. dident even dent it grinding. id pay upwards of 400 for it

looks good

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The Good:

where can i buy the red verde eon?

The Bad:

idk i dont have the bike?

Overall Review:

like i said i dont have the bike

GOOD FOR NEW RIDERS!

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The Good:

the good is the weight the price, and lots more. you need to ride it for yourself!

The Bad:

the bad is if you buy this bike your going to have to put an extra 150$ - 200$ into it.

Overall Review:

if you put money into it i will ride well and look magnificent and hopefully you will love it.

The Headset!

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The Good:

i have this bike and i kno that it comes with a standard headset but if i buy intergraded, would it fit on this bike?

The Bad:

hub, brakes, and with it was matte black.

Overall Review:

i have this bike its nice and light, i wish it was matte black and i wish the hub was louder!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

sick looking bike with some rear parts

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The Good:

looks sick, price and weight.

The Bad:

seat, 32/12 and weels

Overall Review:

the bike looks good and if you want to put som mony in the weels, sprockets ect. its gona be a good bike

Only buy if you plan to not learn tricks!

Rating:
The Good:

Colors and weight.

The Bad:

1. The bike is small.
2. Rims are shit and bend easily
3. unsealed hubs
4. small bars
5. small frame
6. shit grips
7. tires wear down fast
8. hubs don't make a sound
9. bad seat

Overall Review:

Overall bad parts that WILL break over time. You won't be able to learn tricks without breaking parts. The only tricks you can probably be able to do without a risk of breaking the bike is a bunnyhop or footjam. Doing tailwhips/360s/jumps/ etc. WILL bend the rim.

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Specifications

Product Verde Eon
Model Year 2010
Riding Type Freestyle
Wheel Size 20"
Frame 1020 hi-ten steel, 20" top tube
    Materials
    Top Tube Length 20"
    Chainstay Length
    Head Tube Angle
    Seat Tube Angle
    Standover Height
    BB Height
    Brake Mounts
    Dropouts (Axle Size)
Fork Verde design, 1020 hi-ten steel
Handlebar Verde design, 7.6" rise, 10º back, 4º up
Stem Front load, black
Grips DUO Doyle, color matched
Bar Ends Plastic, black
Headset Standard 1-1/8"
Cranks 3-piece tubular chromoly, 8-splined, 170mm
Sprocket 32T
Bottom Bracket Mid, sealed
Pedals Plastic
Chain KMC Z410, black
Driver/Freewheel 12T cassette
Front Rim Single wall, color anodized front
Rear Rim Single wall, color anodized rear
Front Hub 36 hole, 3/8" axle
Rear Hub 36 hole, 14mm axle
Front Tire Dirt/park design, 2.215"
Rear Tire Dirt/park design, 1.95"
Spokes Color anodized
Seat Verde slim design
Seatpost Steel, black
Seatpost Clamp Alloy slim clamp, color matched
Brakes Alloy u-brake, black
Brake Levers Alloy lever, black
Detangler N/A
Cable Black
Pegs N/A
Colors Aqua, purple, or red
Weight 25 lb 4 oz (11.5 kg)
Miscellaneous verdebmx.com
Price $299.99
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