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Colony Horizon 20″ BMX Bike (18.9″ Toptube) (Blue/Polished) – I05-020E1T

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The Colony Horizon bike is the perfect stepping stone for riders 12 years and younger looking to enter the 20″ BMX world. Built around a lightweight aluminu…

  • Brand: Colony
  • Color: Blue
  • Condition: New
  • Manufacture ID: I05-020E1T
  • Material: Metal, Plastic
  • Merchant: Performance Bike
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  • SKU: 1371453
  • Availability: In Stock

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Description

The Colony Horizon bike is the perfect stepping stone for riders 12 years and younger looking to enter the 20″ BMX world. Built around a lightweight aluminum frame, the Horizon was designed to ride and feel like an 18″ bike, but with larger 20″ wheels. This allows the rider to transition to a full-size BMX bike without the extra weight usually associated with it. Specifications: Frame: 6061-T6 Aluminum (18.9″ Toptube) Fork: Hi-tensile Steel w/ Chromoly Tapered Legs Headset: Integrated (1-1/8″) Stem: Colony Horizon Alloy Top Load Bars: Colony Chromoly 2-Piece (8.5″ Rise) Grips: Colony Horizon Cranks: Colony Chromoly 3-Piece (165mm Length) Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid (19mm) Pedals: Plastic Sprocket: Colony Horizon (25 Tooth) Chain: KMC Front Hub: Colony Sealed Alloy (3/8″ Axle) Rear Hub: Colony Sealed Alloy Cassette (3/8″ Axle) Driver: 9 Tooth Front Rim: Alloy (Single Wall) (36 Hole) Rear Rim: Alloy (Single Wall) (36 Hole) Front Tire: Family (20″ x 2.2″) Rear Tire: Family (20″ x 2.2″) Seat: Colony Horizon (Railed) Seat Post: Alloy (27.2mm) Seat Clamp: Alloy Brake Lever: Alloy (Short Reach) Brakes: Alloy U-Brake w/ Clear Pads Brake Mounts: Welded Gyro Tabs: Drilled (Not Included) Extras: – Color: Blue Weight: 22.9 lbs Geometry: Toptube: 18.9″ Chainstays: 12.9″ Headtube Angle: 75deg Seattube Angle: 71deg Standover Height: – Bottom Bracket Drop: – NOTE: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, we recommend that all bikes be assembled by a qualified mechanic. Improper assembly of your bicycle may lead to premature wear or failure of individual components such as …