Radio's Comrad: their high-end Chromoly frame and Radio Pro fork decked out with the finest parts Radio, Salt, and Eclat have to offer. Ready for the street, and perfectly capable at the trails or park. - Full Chromoly frame with removable pivots & guides - Radio Pro fork - Radio Pro 170mm cranks - Radio Pro bars - 13.2" chainstays - 11.7" bottom bracket height
Reborn for 2018, our Nemesis frame is built to last and take a serious beating. This fully heat-treated chromo frame features super thick 6mm-thick CNC machined dropouts, super short 12.7" chainstays, and steeper 75.5-degree head tube angle, giving you a responsive and agile feeling steed. The Nemesis uses straight gauge tubing for extra dent resistance, and a taller 125mm headtube to eliminate the need for spacers under your stem. Put through all kinds of hell by Leon Hoppe, Robin Kachfi, and Jacob Bailey, the Nemesis is one tough steed built for absolutely anything, street, park even dirt!
The Valac, Radio's mid-range super agile bike ready for action with a full complement of Radio and Salt components. Valac has a great price to performance ratio. - Chromoly top tube, downtube, chainstays, 1020 Hi-Ten, removable pivots & guides - Radio Pro Chromoly fork - Radio AM 170mm cranks - 13.2" chainstay length - 11.8" bottom bracket height
$2.00 - $274.99
Looking for a bike that might teach your little ripper to ride better than you? Check out Haro's 116. Haro packed all the freestyle fun of their larger bikes into this solid steel frame and prepared it to roll with the punches on 16-inch rims. While small in stature, the 116's geometry and feel is the same that they will have when they graduate to a 20-incher. Plus, this mini rig features all the gear needed like burly 3-piece cromo cranks, grippy Haro tires, a set of pegs, and a rear U-brake.
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