Monday, July 5, 2010

leader's other FGFS frame: the mordecai

(via tricktrack)
"Frame Sizes (cm): 51 / 53 / 55 / 58 / 61
Top Tube Lengths (in):
22.0, 22.4, 22.8, 23.5, and 24.0
Chainstay Length (in): 15.75
tube Angle: 74º
Seat Tube Angle: 75.5º
Dropout thickness
(mm): 6
Seatpost Diameter (mm): 27.2
Seat Tube O.D.
(mm): 29.8
Headset Type: 1-1/8" Threadless Standard
B.B. Shell
Width (mm): 68
B.B. Thread Type: English
B.B Height (in): 
Rear Hub Spacing (mm): 120
Wheel Size: 700C
Max Tire
size: 700 x 50c ++
Stand-Over Height (in):  TBD
Material: Full
Heat Treated 100% Eco/Founderland Seamless CR-MO
Frame Weight
(lbs):  TBD
Colors: Flat Black Powder Coat, Celeste Powder Coat,
Ash Powdercoat
Side note: Fork sold separate

sounds promising, as well as affordable. leader's always good with that. what i love about it is the euro bb. you aint gotta get rid of it, and go out and buy a brand new mid bb. the mid bb is tough, but come on- alot of new comers into fgfs frames are getting upset because they have to dish out money for a mid bb, and maybe bmx cranks. sounds like a great entry level FGFS frame, and it has it's niche: those who arent ready to give up their track cranks, and those who dont want to get fully immersed into hardcore fgfs. oh, and the name... used before, but still a great allusion!


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