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If you just pulled the training wheels from your old bike and you're already hopping curbs, than you are going to need the GT FLY 16 BMX Bike. This small bike is built to rip! It features a Hi-ten steel frame and tubular chromoly 3-piece cranks. Yes! 3-piece cranks! In addition, it has 28H pinned aluminum rims and a set of seat stay mounted U-brakes. No matter what type of riding you have in mind, rest assured, the GT Fly 16 can handle it.
Key Features of the GT Fly 16 BMX Bike 16in:
- GT Tubular Cr-Mo 3Pc Crmo cranks with Sealed Mid BB
- Fully Sealed Cassette driver
- Taller Hanlderbar Size
- GT Top Load inverted design stem
- Pivotal Padded saddle and post
- Sizes: 16" Wheel, 16.5" Top Tube
- Colors: Red, BBQ
- Frame: GT Dirt Design S/S, Hi-Ten Steel Tubes, Downtube Gusset, MID BB, Chain Stay Mounted U-Brake, Removable Rotor Guides, Integrated 1-1/8" Headtube
- Fork: GT Dirt/ Street Design, Hi-Ten 31.8-28.6mm Tapered O.D. Blades, Hi-Ten Steerer, 275mm A/C, 3/8" Axle
- Chain: KMC Z410
- Crankset Chainwheel: 10T One Piece Driver
- Crank: GT Tubular Cr-Mo 3Pc., 140mm Arms, Cold Forged Cr-Mo 19mm x 8T Spline Spindle, 28T GT Steel Chain Wheel
- Bottom Bracket: Mid Sealed Bearing
- Pedals: GT Low Profile Mid Size Platform Design, PP Material, Boran Axle
- Rims: Pinned Aluminum, 28 Hole
- Tires: (F) Innova 16" x 2.125", (R) Innova 16" x 1.75"
- Hubs: (F) Alloy Body, Loose Ball 3/8" Axle, 28 Hole, (R) Alloy 5pcs Sealed Bearings, CR-MO Axle, 10T Cassette 28 Hole
- Spokes: Stainless Steel
- Nipples: Brass
- Brake: Tektro FX340R, Aluminum U-Brake
- Brake Levers: Tektro 317AC Alloy
- Handlebar: GT Hi-Ten, 635mm Width, 165mm Rise, 11° Sweep, 3° Tip, 19mm Crossbar OD
- Stem: GT Top Load Design With Cold Forged Clamp, 40mm Ext, GT logo
- Grips: GT Wings Logo 130mm Single Compound
- Headset: FSA, 1 1/8" Integrated Design 45 x 45 Sealed Bearings
- Saddle: Pivotal Padded
- Seat Post: Pivotal
- Seat Clamp: Alloy, 28.6mm
NOTE: All complete bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a qualified Bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a qualified technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly. As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping.