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Fiend Varanyak Brakeless Frame From £234.99
Designed by Colin Varanyak and constructed with 4130 chromoly throughout. Features include heat-treated Mid bottom bracket shell and integrated headtube, double-butted toptube, double-butted downtube with external gusset, externally butted seattube with integrated post clamp, tapered seatstays and heat-treated 6mm thick dropouts with integrated chain tensioners. 75.5* headtube angle, 8.8″ standover, 12.7″ chainstay length. Available with or without removable brake mounts and cable guides.
There are 3 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Anonymous from MalaysiaOwner06 August 2018 14:28
Solid while not being so heavy , steeper headtube tend to make my front wheel trick super easy . Running it slammed cause me to looped out of manual and thats sucks . So i run it further back i think around 12.9-13.1” and that makes my manual a bit more balance . Sucks to hear people who struggle with feet swooped at the back of their heel at the peg but i have no problem of that at all . my shoe size is 9us and i run normal size cranks in which a 175mm odyssey thunderbolt . you might just need to learn to put your foot to the front of the pedal a bit . If that doesnt help at all . Get a shorter crank .
Anonyme from FranceOwner17 June 2018 18:44
I wanted a shorter lengthed frame to help me go back to street riding. Nollies have never been easier for me, the headtube angle helps as well. Plus it feels sturdy while not being heavy as already mentioned.
I also agree with the previous review: I use 175mm cranks on this frame, my shoe size is 7.5 (US) and there's not enough space for the heel if I tiptoe on the pedal.
Meowface from United States19 August 2017 08:04
This thing feels absolutely bulletproof but surprisingly light. But mostly, it's so much twitch in a tiny package. Steepest headtube available, super short standover, and 12.7 chainstays make it unbelievably responsive. You'll need 160mm cranks max if you wanna run pegs though, I'm size 10.5 shoe (US) and my heels barely clear the G-Sport PLEG 2+s (the smaller, longer ones) using 160's. The externally butted seat tube adds a pretty nice touch upon closer look, and the paint is just f***in sweet. Honestly not sure what you could improve about it.
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wicktor from Sweden asks
can you fit a 24 mm mid bb in this frame?