DK Swift Expert 20-inch 2018 BMX Bike

£279.99 RRP £419.99
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BrandDK
ColourBlack
Suitable forKids
Wheel Size20-inch
DK Bicycles was founded in Ohio, USA in 1979 with the legendary DK BMX stem. DK added BMX frames in 1994 including the iconic RM59, General Lee and Colin Winkleman’s S.O.B. DK launched their first complete BMX bikes range in 1997.
DK Swift Expert 20-inch 2018 BMX Bike

The DK brand has a long history of producing high quality parts and complete bikes for BMX Race. The DK Swift Expert is a race bike with 20-inch wheels, ideal for young riders looking for their first full sized BMX. Suited to those who are around 4'8" - 5'2" in height. The geometry and components used are all tailored to create a bike that feels lighweight, nippy and responsive at high speeds. A solid construction with reliable build quality means that this bike can withstand the rigours of the BMX Race track without complaint.

Suitable for riders 4'8" - 5'2" approx.

Frame and Forks

Frame: 6061 aluminium frame with welded-on brake mounts
Fork: Hi-tensile steel with tapered legs, 1” steerer

Drivetrain

Cassette: 16T freewheel
Chain: Taya 1/8”
Crankset: 3-piece alloy, 165mm
Chainring: steel, 42T
Bottom Bracket: Euro ball bearing

Braking/Shifting

Shifters:
Rear brake: Radius Junior alloy linear
Brake Lever: Resin lever with steel clamp
Brake cable: Slic cable

Wheels

Rims: 20″ singlewall, 36H alloy
Hubs: Steel looseball with 3/8” axles
Tyres: Arisun XLR8 20"x1-1/8”

Finishing Kit

Handlebar: Hi-tensile steel, 2-piece design with welded X-bar, Width: 22”; Rise: 5.2"; Backsweep: 12°; Upsweep: 4°
Grips: DK Mini
Headset: 1” threadless press-in style
Stem: Alloy front load, 40mm
Seatpost: DK 1-piece seat/post combo, 22.2mm
Seatclamp: Alloy
Saddle: DK combo
Pedals: PC platform

Measurements

Toptube: 19.5"
Chainstays: 14.25"
Headtube angle: 73°
Seatube angle: 69°
Wheel size: 20-inch
Weight: 9.07kg

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