2013 Stolen Sinner Bike

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“Better than the last”

The Good:

The colors, comes with some good parts, the choice of rhd or lhd, pretty light

The Bad:

The bars slip doing the littlest things

Overall Review:

I have had this bike for three days, the wheels came bent and spokes very loose. I got the dark red with left hand drive. I love the bike so far other than the bars slip doing the littlest things and if you get it have the wheels trued and spokes tightened.. other than that its a good bike.


The Good:

compared to the last Stolen sinner, 2012 this bike is much better, feels stronger under your feet and much lighter. for the price you get your money's worth and suprizingly loud hubs.

The Bad:

As always, being a stolen, the tires are horrible, low psi and too slugish feeling. The forks and bars bend very easy and only takes about 5 months.

Overall Review:

If anyone asks me about what starter bmx's to get, this would be one i wouldrecommend..

*i do not own this bike but i have used oneprofuselyand most of this is written by my friends who owns the bike.

Overall Review:

If anyone asks me about what starter bmx's to get, this would be one i wouldrecommend. .

*i do not own this bike but i have used one profusely and most of this is written by my friends who owns the bike.

“Sweet bike”

The Good:

I just purchased this bike not long ago but I already love it!! Super well balanced bike feels good and pops nicely. Also it looks mean which is always a bonus. Great high bars with alot of support under with a two big nice tires. Bike glides real nice and pedals even easier, all around good bike.

The Bad:

Some spokes needed to be tightened immediately!! The seat was soft but cheap will break with a good solid slam seen them before, not a big deal tho. Cranks feel a little weak but have held up great so far, will repost on how the bike is doing later.

Overall Review:

Great bike!!!! It really is a stolen bike with the price under 500 its an awesome buy and would recommend it!!

Model Year 2013
Frame 100% Chromoly frame, w/ integrated seat clamp, machined Campy headtube & Mid BB, removable brake mounts & cable guides
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    Standover Height
    BB Height
Fork 100% Tapered Chromoly, 28mm offset
Handlebar STLN Tall Boy Chromoly, 8.25" rise / 28.5" wide, 10°back / 2°up
Stem STLN Convict TL, Alloy Front clamp, 50mm reach
Grips STLN Loot (flangeless)
Bar Ends STLN Vortex Nylon Bar Plugz
Headset Integrated Alloy (Campy)
Cranks STLN S.I.C. 3pc Tubular Chromoly w/ internal clamp, 175mm
Sprocket STLN Class-Ring II 25t, 6061 Alloy
Bottom Bracket Sealed MID, 19mm spindle
Pedals STLN Thermalite w/ Chromoly axle
Chain YBN 410H
Driver/Freewheel 9T, 1pc Chromoly
Front Rim STLN Revolver, double wall, 36H
Rear Rim STLN Revolver, double wall, 36H
Front Hub 3/8" axle, Sealed, 36H
Rear Hub 14mm axle, Semi-Sealed Cassette [LHD or RHD], 36H
Front Tire STLN Joint OE 2.3"
Rear Tire STLN Joint OE 2.2"
Spokes 14 gauge Steel with Brass nipples
Seat STLN Kushion Pivotal
Seatpost STLN Thermalite Pivotal 25.4mm x 150mm
Seatpost Clamp (integrated)
Brakes Tektro 907, Forged Alloy U-brake
Brake Levers Tektro caliper lever
Cable single, straight
Colors Dark Red -or- Matte Raw Silver
Weight 24 lb 12.8 oz (11.2 kg)
Miscellaneous Geo: 20.8"TT, 13.75"CS, 75°HT / 71°ST
Price N/A
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