2020 Kink Roaster 12" Complete BMX Bike 12.5"TT Gloss Machine Red

2020 Kink Roaster

Simply put, the Kink Roaster is designed to be a kids first BMX bike. The 12” wheel and frame size make it an easy transition from a balance bike and means kids will feel completely comfortable on their first pedaling bike. Once again, this bike isn’t simply a bike with 12” wheels or merely a miniaturized BMX bike. It factors into account standard BMX geometry, and applies them to a younger child’s size and needs.

The Gloss Machine Red colorway really shines while the bike sports some great components throughout. In addition to the miniaturized 5” Kink Puma CC bars and 12” Kink Lance forks, the Roaster features a coaster brake in lieu of a lever-based brake system, that could be too difficult for some children to use at a young age. The chainstay bridge design has been updated to fit a caliper brake or 990 brake plate for those looking to add a lever style brake as well.

Note: Designed for children ages 4 and up. Seat height adjustable from 15.5″-18.5″.

Specs:

Colors: Gloss Machine Red
Frame Material: 100% Hi-Ten Steel
Toptube Length: 12.5"
Fork: Kink Lance Fork 100% Hi-Ten Steel Tapered Fork Legs
Bars: Kink Puma CC 5” 100% Hi-Ten Steel
Grips: Mission Micro
Barends: Closed End
Stem: Mission Frontload 30mm
Headset: Standard 1 1/8″ Threadless
Brakes: Coaster Brake
Cranks: Forged 1pc Crank 92mm
Bottom Bracket: Unsealed American
Pedals: Mission Plastic Junior
Chain: Mission 410
Sprocket: Mission Rank 25T
Front Hub: Mission Unsealed 3/8″ Axle
Rear Hub: Mission Breaker Unsealed 3/8″ Coaster Brake
Driver: 9T
Front Rim: Mission X7 20H
Rear Rim: Mission X7 20H
Seat: Mission Weider Combo
Seat Post: Mission Combo Steel Post
Seat Clamp: Mission Slim Clamp
Front Tire: Mission Tracker 12″ x 2.25″
Rear Tire: Mission Tracker 12″ x 2.25″
Weight: 17lb 2oz

I only ship bikes to the contiguous 48 states and DC. I do not ship bikes to AK, HI, PR or APO and FPO addresses.

All new bikes come partially assembled and final assembly should be made by a professional bike mechanic. Any warranty claims should be made directly with the manufacturer. Bicycle is not warranted against mis-assembly, abuse, neglect, and stupidity.





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