SE Racing 2017 Big Ripper 29" BMX Bike (Ball Burnished)

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The SE Racing Big Ripper 29er is a one of a kind bike with an attitude. With its 29" wheels and monster-sized frame, the Big Ripper remains the biggest and baddest BMX bike on the streets. This year's ball burnished color scheme is sure to turn heads wherever it rolls.

Specifications:
Color(s): Ball Burnish Silver
Frame: 6061 Aluminum Floval Tubing, Looptail Rear End, Retro Dropouts
Fork: Cowboy Cut Landing Gear, Full Cr-Mo
Crankset: SE 3-pc Cr-Mo, Closed-End Reinforced Invisibolt Cranks, 175mm, Sealed Euro Bottom Bracket, 33T Alloy SE Racing Sprocket
Pedals: SE Racing Bear Traps
Chain: KMC Z410A
Wheelset: Sealed Bearing 36H High-Flange Alloy Hubs w/ Double-wall Rims, ACS Crossfire 15T Freewheel, Stainless Spokes, Frame Protector Alloy Washers
Tires: Vee Tire Co x SE Racing Speedster, 29” x 2.10” Front & Rear
Brakeset: Tektro 837-AL V-Brake, Slick Cable
Brake Levers: Tektro 316A, 2-Finger Alloy
Headset: Tange 1-1/8” Threadless
Handlebar: Cr-Mo Big Honkin’ Cruiser Bar, 29” x 6”
Stem: Retro Alloy Top-Load w/ Engraved SE Logo & Lightweight Cutouts, 55mm Reach
Grips: Special Edition ODI Mushroom II Dual-Ply Grips w/ SE Donuts, Made in USA
Seat: SE Flyer Seat
Seatpost: Retro Fluted Micro-Adjust Alloy, 27.2mm
Accessories: Vintage Vinyl SER Padset, Alloy Valve Caps, Alloy Rear Wheel Washers
Weight: 29.6 lbs / 13.42 kgs

Geometry:
Top Tube, Actual:  23.6"   
Seat Tube, Center: To Top 16.9"   
Seat Tube Angle:  71°   
Head Tube Angle:  71°   
Chainstay Length: 18"   
Wheelbase: 43.7"   
Bottom Bracket Height:  12"   
Standover: 30.5"   
Suggested Rider Size:  5'5"+ (165cm+)   

Part sizes:

Stem: 55mm   
Handlebar Width: 29"   
Crank: 175mm   
Wheel Size: 29"   
Seat Post Diameter: 27.2mm

This product was added to our catalog on June 24, 2016.