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For freestyle BMX riders, Eastern Bikes has launched one of its best new offerings for 2012, the Battery. What this entry-level BMX bike guarantees is high quality. It also offers all the features that are necessary for beginners.
With a tough high-tensile strength 1020 steel frame and fork, the Battery can tackle hard knocks that first-time BMX riders are prone to. Other major features include its durable, strong, and stiff forged chromoly 3-piece cranks and grippy and lightweight Eastern Crown pedals.
Built with pro-level quality, the 2012 Eastern Battery Freestyle BMX Bike is one of the best machines in the BMX world today. But as compared to pro BMX bikes, the steel tubing of the Battery is heavier, making it easier for beginners to handle.
The Analog bike is not your typical traditional track bike. Instead, it’s an authentic fixed gear freestyle bike that is strong enough to do tricks and still very light and flexible. Due to innovative tricks that have been implemented by the new school riders these days, only a few of today’s bikes could handle such abusive tricks. The Analog bike is one of those few that could endure a rough ride.
Compared to the 2010 version, the 2011 Analog Bike features a new geometry with a lower center of gravity. It has a lower top tube with a different angle, a shorter rear triangle, and a higher positioned bottom bracket.
The 2011 NS Analog Bike is built on a NS Analog OEM frame in full cromoly. It comes with 410mm NS Analog OEM forks in full cromoly as well. Available in 3 sizes – S, M and L all in…
If you visited the Eightinch website lately and browsed around, you would notice a lot of images containing “Coming Summer 2010″. Eightinch has just announced the release of the Eightinch Freestyle components which includes cranks, handlebars and stems, but the chainrings will release in the near future.
Eightinch freestyle cranks, stems and handlebars come in three colors; white, black, and raw finish, but instead of raw for the stem, it is chrome. Retail price for the handlebars is $49.50, stem is $34.50, and the cranks are priced at $119.50. You can purchase at Cyclingcloseouts.com.