BSD ALVX Frame

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Solid Frame

Rating:
The Good:

Snappy/responsive. It's extremely light and easy to manual or spin with. One of my favourite frames to date.

The Bad:

The paint job looks nice, but chips really easily. I had the Subrosa Noster II and S&M BTM, previously. They were both prone to chips but the majority of the time the paint was just scratched or scuffed. On this frame the paint comes right off, instead of scratching or scuffing.

Overall Review:

Another note, the backend is extremely short. While I like it, others may not. I have size nine feet and average size cranks and my foot touches my rear peg with ease. If you're running two rear pegs I would seriously look at the measurements between your cranks and the dropouts. I've had the fram e for about a month so far and it's held up well. Overall an awesome frame. The paint chipping is the only thing stopping me from giving 5 stars.

BSD ALVX Frame

Rating:
The Good:

-Super short CS length -Strong AF -Steep HT -Really snappy

The Bad:

The BB shell is wider than most frames Ive had (Kink Whip, Verde Radia, Premium Josh Harrington Sig., United RN3) so dialing in the chain alignment was kinda hard

Overall Review:

This frame is super super snappy and great for spins and manuals. Its really stiff and just feels solid. Its got clean welds all the way around, plenty of room for wide tires, thick dropouts, all the works. I love it a lot. It comes at a decent price, and I got it in 21" and I couldnt ask for better geometry. Fantastic if you love to ride street or just like to spin and do manny lines.

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Specifications

Product BSD ALVX Frame
Riding Type Freestyle
Wheel Size 20"
Materials
Top Tube Length
  • 20.3"
  • 20.6"
  • 20.8"
  • 21"
Chainstay Length 12.5″ – 13″
Head Tube Angle 75.5°
Seat Tube Angle 71°
Standover Height 8.7″
BB Height
Brake Mounts n/a
Dropouts (Axle Size) 14mm
Headset Internal
Bottom Bracket Type
Seatpost Clamp
Colors Trans Blue Clear coat raw Flat black
Weight N/A
Price N/A
Miscellaneous
More Info

Alex D’s ALVX frame is new for 2015, a super tech street steed with the steepest headtube angle of any of our frames and probably the shortest rear end available on any 20” frame, this beast is designed with technical moves in mind.

The ALVX frame features:

– Super short rear end slammable to 12.5”
– Extra wide rear end for up to 2.4” tyres
– Curved ends on stays for peg clearance
– External gussets
– No brake mounts.

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