Fit Bike Co. - CR29 Hurricane Yellow
Fit Bike Co. - CR29 Hurricane Yellow
Fit Bike Co. - CR29 Hurricane Yellow
Fit Bike Co. - CR29 Hurricane Yellow

Fit Bike Co. - CR29 Hurricane Yellow

SKU: 8512-036
Sale price$1,137.00


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Fit Bike Co.’s CR29 is a man-sized version of the 20-inch BMX bike you probably raised hell on when you were a kid. The CR29 is built tough to handle serious BMX action, but rolls on MTB-sized 29-inch wheels for beach cruising and bar crawling if that’s more your speed.

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Fit Bike Co. - CR29 Hurricane Yellow

  • TIG welded 100% 4130 chromoly frame with ‘70s Factory Yamaha-inspired race livery
  • Chrome plated 100% 4130 chromoly fork with tapered legs and leading axle dropouts
  • Double-walled chrome-plated aluminum rims with sealed bearing hubs; 17t freewheel
  • Sealed bearing mid-sized bottom bracket with 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks; 37t sprocket
  • Forged alloy cantilever V-brakes with 2-finger cast/forged alloy brake lever
  • Cast aluminum Fit Bike Co. pedals with chromoly spindles
  • Chrome plated 4-piece handlebars; 7” rise
  • Forged alloy Fit Bike Co. handlebar stem
  • 29” x 2.4” S&M Speedball tires for trails and tarmac
  • Aluminum micro-adjustable seatpost; 300mm long
  • Integrated sealed bearing headset
  • S&M Bikes padded vinyl seat with chromoly rails
  • Integrated investment-cast steel seatpost clamp

The guy behind Fit is S&M Bikes founder Chris Moeller. When “Mad Dog” isn’t building the world’s best bicycles at his fab shop in Santa Ana, he rides BMX and races vintage motocross all over SoCal. In 2018 Chris was part of the four-man team that finished the Baja NORRA 1000 desert race aboard the Biltwell Frijole 883 Sportster and is a constant podium finisher at the Biltwell 100. This Fit CR29 is full-sized BMX machine with specs and build quality to rival the best 20-inch bikes in the game. Its 29-inch diameter wheel and tire package is a size culled from modern mountain bike technology. Old-school BMX and beach cruisers typically roll on 26-inch wheels, as did most mountain bikes until the turn of last century. Around 1999, some experimental mountain bike pioneers decided 29-inch wheels rolled faster and more predictably over rutted trails and tarmac, and a new standard was born. Today, 29-inch wheels dominate cross-country mountain bike competition, and are the preferred size for faster, more efficient riding, even if all you do is wheelies and booze cruises with friends.