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Cervelo S1 Ultegra SL 2010 Road Bike Components Headset: Cane Creek IS 3 Seatpost: Cervélo aero SL Stem: FSA OS 190LX Handlebars: FSA Omega Saddle: Selle San Marco Ponza Brake Levers: Shimano Ultegra STI Brake Calipers: Cervélo Mach2
Give your child the gift of BMX racing performance without breaking the bank with the Diamondback Jr. Viper 20-inch BMX bike. The Jr. Viper is built using the same straightforward design as the full-size Diamondback Viper, but in a lower-profile frame designed for smaller riders. The Jr. Viper is equipped with such high-quality features as a heavy-duty steel frame and fork, 36-spoke aluminum wheels, a padded seat, rush alloy linear pull and coaster brakes, and DB "icon" grips with bar ends. The Jr. Viper is an ideal 20-inch wheeled BMX bike for beginners.
* 20-inch BMX racing bike designed for smaller riders * Built using same basic geometry as full-size Viper * Heavy-duty steel frame and fork; 36-spoke aluminum wheels * DB icon grips with flange; Hi-Ten steel 2-piece handlebars * Recommended for ages 8 to 12
# It's a lightweight XC frame that blends the high speed feel of a hard-tail with the comfort of a soft-tail through a revolutionary suspension design that converts 100% of your pedaling power into forward propelling energy - like a slingshot. Light and strong custom 7005 aluminum tubing with Slingshot Bikes' Sling Power suspension Technology translates into an XC frame you can build up with standard 26" MTB parts to create one head-turning and super-fast XC bike. # Here's how Sling Power works: In a pedal rotation of a traditional bike design, there's a "dead" portion in the power stroke where you get no benefit from your expended effort. Slingshot's design provides an efficient use of pedal energy throughout the entire pedal revolution resulting in greater speed with the same expended energy. The pedal energy is stored in the spring compression - then released at the "dead" portion of the pedal stroke, effectively increasing the length of the power stroke. Any energy not going directly to the rear wheel (forward power) is momentarily stored, returning 100% in the "dead" portion of the power stroke.