With added durability features like an integrated head tube with sealed headset and tubular cranks, the Riff is ready for riding. Upgraded features like a machined face plate top load stem accent this spacious set up of a 20.5-inch frame and 8.5-inch bars. With added clearance in the frame, fork and brake, the Riff is fully set up for the fattest of aftermarket tires. Keep downtime to a minimum with low-maintenance components like a fully sealed rear cassette, sealed integrated headset and sealed Mid bottom bracket.
NEW FOR 2016: Wider and stronger pull U-brake for 2.4 tire clearance, Velo 3mm padded vinyl cover seat.
Top Tube Length: 20.50"
Frame: Hi-tensile steel frame, HT(°): 74.5, CS ("): 13.25, SO ("): 8, BB ("): 11.5, ST (°): 71
Seat Clamp: Alloy
Fork: Hi-tensile steel, 2 piece w/integrated crown race
Handlebar: H: 8.5", W: 29", hi-tensile steel
Stem: Alloy top load - 50mm w/machined face plate
Grips: Mushroom 147mm
Headset: Integrated sealed 1-1/8"
Brake: Wider pull U-Brake for 2.4 tire width
Brake Lever: Alloy for U-Brake
Cranks: Chromoly 3 piece, tubular 170mm
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid BB 19mm
Sprocket: Steel, 25T
Pedals: Wellgo plastic 9/16", chromoly spindle
Front Hub: 3/8" unsealed alloy, 17mm axle nuts
Front Rim: Alloy single wall 36H
Front Tire: Innova 20 x 2.25
Rear Hub: 14mm, fully sealed cassette with 9T, 1 piece driver, 17mm axle nuts
Rear Rim: Alloy single wall 36H
Rear Tire: Innova 20 x 2.25
Seat: VELO 3mm padded leather cover
Seat Post: Integrated with seat
Great beginner bike and works well for intermediate bmx'ers.
from Canada Quebec
About Me Intermediate
Seat Is Hard As A Rock
Medium Distance Traveling
Awesome bike altogether, seat is very hard but you won't really need a seat for bmxing. Extremely light but is also durable. So far, I've been riding this bike for almost two years and so far I have no major damage problems, the only damage/ware problem I have is how the brakes wore out fast but is still useful.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend