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DK Cygnus

$290.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Lightweight build, easy to lift and hop. Stylish design, nice colors and styling. Can take a fair amount of abuse.

The Cons:Hard to configure, parts are really difficult to replace.

The Cygnus is one of DK's low-cost offerings in their line of Park/Trail BMXs. DK promotes this line of BMXs as being improved over their previous models. Like all of DK's Park/Trail BMXs, the Cygnus has a 4130 chromoly frame, fork and handlebars.

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Rather than the aluminum platform pedals of DK's higher-cost offerings, the Cygnus has DK plastics. The tires on the Cygnus are Kenda Park/Trail tires, suited to the purpose of this BMX. The Tektro alloy brake is a feature shared by all the DK Park/Trail BMXs but the Asterik 26, DK's flagship park/trail BMX. The DK Tsuka grips are a feature shared by all of DK's Park/Trail BMXs.   


  • Frame: DK Park/Trail design 4130 Chromoly main frame
  • Fork: 4130 Chromoly steer tube (1-1/8”)
  • Handlebar: DK 7.3” 2 pc 4130 Chromoly
  • Grips: DK Tsuka
  • Stem: Alloy 1-1/8” Top Load
  • Headset: 1-1/8” threadless
  • Brake: Tektro Alloy U-brake (seatstay mounted)
  • Cranks: Tubular 3pc 175mm Chromoly
  • BB: Mid sealed w/ 8 splined Chromoly spindle
  • Pedals: DK Plastic
  • Sprocket: DK 25T
  • Cog: 9T 1pc Cassette driver
  • Chain: KMC
  • Wheels: Alloy 36H rims w/Alloy hubs 14mm rear axle
  • Seat: DK Slim 7mm rails
  • Post: Alloy 25.4mm
  • Tires: Kenda Park/Trail, 20”X 2.1” front & 1.95” rear
  • DK Pegs
  • Top Tube: 20.25”
  • Chain Stay Length: 13.75”
  • Head Tube Angle: 74.5 degrees
  • Seat Tube Angle: 72 degrees
  • Weight: 27.1 lbs.

Color Options

  • Clear/Green
  • Blue/Silver
  • Maroon/Gold

User Reviews (1)

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  • 1

    lightweight build, easy to lift and hop

  • 1

    stylish design, nice colors and styling

  • 1

    can take a fair amount of abuse

  • 1

    versatile design is at home in the skatepark and vertical ramp

  • 1

    very maneuverable, perfect for freestyling

  • 1

    pedals have great traction, feet stay secure

  • 1

    hard to configure, parts are really difficult to replace

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