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Radon Slush 26 Dirt Frame SetThe Radon SLUSH is our brand new dirt bike, developed and tested under professional conditions. The expertise and know-how of none other than team-rider Lukas Schäfer has been put into its frame which impresses with its agility and speed.
With agile handling and speed: Slush 26 Dirt Frame-Set from RadonIt is lightweight, stiff and highly robust. The front is designed to take forks with up to 100mm of travel. An adjustable dropout with a choice of through or quick-release axles, BSA threaded bottom bracket and tyres up to a 2.3” wide give you the perfect basis for a new dirt bike.
Quick release or quick-release axle? Or both? You have the choice: with the variable dropout you can assemble the frame individually or even use a second wheelset with a different axle. The upgrade kit is available separately >CLICK HERE< and offers you countless possibilities in the construction of your dirt bike!
Features - Slush 26 Dirt Frame-Set
- Horizontally adjustable dropout
- Can be converted to 12x142mm thru-axle system (not included)
- ISCG-05 Mount
- Use: Dirt Jump
- Material: Slush Aluminum
- Seat post: 30.9mm
- Seat clamp: 34.9mm
- Headtube diameter: Tapered 1 1/8" - 1 1/2" integrated IS41 - IS52
- Bottom bracket housing: BSA 73mm
- Disc brake mount rear: Postmount 160mm
- Wheel size: 26"
- Recommended Fork Travel: 100mm
- Dropout: Standard quick release 135mm
- sandstorm / deepblack
- approx. 2200g (M)
Scope of delivery
- 1 Radon Slush 26 Dirt Frame
TechnologiesIntegrated Post Mount
The post mount rear brake system is found on all carbon fiber frames and top aluminum full suspension models. Two bolts and the IS adpater arent needed anymore, and fewer parts means less weight. In this case we save 30 grams. This may not sound a lot. But there's potential to save weight in every detail.
This steerer tube design is stiffer than a conventional straight steerer and yields a more secure ride feel even in difficult terrain. Minimal flex at the front of the frame means the greatest possible steering precision. With the larger steerer, the forks become more rigid. At the same time weight is saved due to the absence of bearing shells as the lower bearing is fully integrated into the head tube.
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