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NS Bikes Clash XVI frame red
  • NS Bikes Clash XVI frame red
  • NS Bikes Clash XVI frame red
  • NS Bikes Clash XVI frame red
  • NS Bikes Clash XVI frame red
  • NS Bikes Clash XVI frame red

 NS Bikes Clash

    Following the success of our Clash complete bikes we decided to offer it as a frame only option that will be the perfect base for building up a custom all-round fun bike that will feel great to ride hard on any kind of challenging terrain.

    The frame is designed to tackle the urban jungle, rip at the pumptrack and let you ride comfortably back home as well.
    - material: AL6061-T6, custom formed and butted tubes
    - frame available in 2 frame sizes (16”, 17.5”)
    - recommended fork travel: 120-150mm
    - headtube: semi integrated Zero Stack (ID 44mm), headtube length: 115mm
    - fits forks with standard 1-1/8” or tapered 1.5 - 1-1/8” steerer tubes
    - fits all forks with standard 1-1/8” steerer tubes (forks with taper 1.5 – 1-1/8” steerer tubes can fit ZS44/44 headtube using special headsets with external lower cup (FSA Orbit ITA-A, ITA-B, Cane Creek XX44)
    - BB: threaded 73mm with ISCG-05 mounts
    - biggest chainring: up to ~38t
    - front derailleurs: top pull, dia.34.9
    - seatpost: 30.9 / seatclamp: 34.9
    - maximum tire size recommended: 26x 2.35”
    - IS-2000 disc brake mount, max rotor size: up to 185mm
    - hub spacing: 135x10
    - weight: ~2.2kg (M size)

 

NS Bikes Clash XVI frame red

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 NS Bikes Clash Following the success of our Clash complete bikes we decided to offer it as a frame only option that will be the perfect base for building up a custom all-round fun bike that will feel great to ride hard on any kind of challenging terrain. The frame is designed to ta...
  • Manufactured by: NS Bikes
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 11 July, 2016.