Bike producer Verde Bikes has come up with their best and brightest BMX so far in the form of the 2011 Verde Cadet. This new and improved bike offers riders a great looking BMX stunt bike that’s both lightweight and fast.
The new Verde bike also features a frame made of Hi-Tensile Strength Steel with a Standard 11/8″ Headtube, 20″ long Top Tube Length as well as a 9T Loose-Ball driver with internal sealed bearing.
The Cadet boasts of a 170mm Lightweight Forged 3-pc crankset with an 8-Spline Spindle. This Verde BMX sports a single wall front wheel with a 36 Hole Rim Painted to Match Frame and a Loose Ball Front Hub with 3/8″ Axles, too.
Many new users who have already tried the 2011 Verde Cadet have exclaimed that it has been helpful in learning new BMX moves.
While focusing of speed, the new Cadet also sports a smaller sprocket,…
Verde Bikes released its 2011 BMX line, claiming it to be the best complete bikes it ever produced. The 2011 line-up are the Cadet, Eon, Luxe, Radia, Prism, Theory and Vex.
The Cadet features 25/9 gearing and Doyle grips. It has a sealed mid-bottom bracket and plastic seat with integrated post. The front rim is painted and it comes in colors of red and teal.
The Eon is undoubtedly the best-seller in the bunch. It gets better with new graphics, a 25/9 gearing, chromoly steerer tube, 2-piece plastic seat/post combo, matching grips and a matte finish. It still has its signature Verde painted spokes and rims. It comes in colors of gold, blue or red.
For the top end bike, the Luxe comes complete with Odyssey Twombolt 2-piece cranks, Cinema 777 rims and Skinwall Stunner tires. It carries more DUO parts with Homan grips, Perf Pivotal seat and Resilite pedals. It comes…