The Hoffman Bikes Condor 26″ BMX Bike features the original decals designed by Matt Hoffman 30 years ago and includes a parts list designed for shredding. A fully chromoly frame, forks, cranks, and handlebars provide heaps of strength. Each bearing on this bike is sealed ensuring more riding and less time spent maintaining. If 20″ wheels are a bit too small, but you still want to get gnar, check out the 26″ Hoffman Condor. Specifications: Frame: Chromoly (22.25″ Toptube) Fork: Chromoly, Tapered Legs Headset: Integrated, Sealed, Threadless (1-1/8″) Stem: Top Load (50 x 30mm) Bars: Chromoly (30″ Width) (7″ Rise) Grips: Hoffman Bikes Raz w/ Plugs (150mm Length) Cranks: Tubular Chromoly 3-Piece, 48-Spline (175mm Length) Bottom Bracket: Mid, Sealed Pedals: Plastic (9/16″ Spindle) Sprocket: Steel (25T) Chain: KMC Z-410 Front Hub: Alloy Shell, Sealed Bearings (3/8″ Female Axle) (36H) Rear Hub: Alloy Shell Cassette, 5 Sealed Bearings (Hollow 14mm Axle) (36H) Driver: 9T Front Rim: Alloy Single Wall (26″) (36H) Rear Rim: Alloy Single Wall (26″) (36H) Front Tire: Street Style (26 x 2.2″) Rear Tire: Street Style (26 x 2.2″) Seat: Hoffman Bikes Black Ops Pivotal Seat Post: Pivotal, Alloy (25.4mm) Seat Clamp: Integrated, Single Bolt Brake Lever: Alloy Brakes: U-Brake Gyro: Yes Gyro Tabs: Yes Brake Mounts: Removable Extras: – Color: Blue Weight: – NOTE: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dan’s Comp recommends that all bikes be assembled by a qualified mechanic. Improper assembly of your bicycle may lead to premature wear or failure of individual components such as headsets, crank assembly and wheels. Failure to do so may void the manufacturer warranty. Need help building your complete bike? Check out our bike build video below.