Kink 2011 Curb
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Brake is strong, doesn't need to be pulled on hard to lock the wheel, allows some range of braking power. Very light build, easy to lift and jump. Responsive design, moves with the rider.
The Cons:Tricky assembly, some parts don't want to tighten properly. Prone to flat tires when curbs are hit, air pressure needs to be within a narrow range. Front axle is smaller than the rear axle.
The 2011 Curb is an entry-level BMX bicycle from the Kink company that offers newcomers a modest, no-frills introduction to the world of off-road biking. The first of eleven bikes in Kink's 2011 BMX line, the Curb features a Volte threadless fork and headset for maximum sturdiness and rigidity.
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A set of rear U-brakes provide strong and effective stopping power via a straight linear cable system, and are triggered through a pump attached to the right handlebar. The Curb also features a three-piece tubular crankset, and a pair of 20-inch Toptube wheels.
- Available in Pearl White, Pitch Black and Teal colors
- Kink 7.75-inch Midtown handlebars
- Mission Helix grips with push-in barends
- Includes front and back steel pegs
- Kink Corona seat
- Platform alloy pedals
- Mission Junction stem
- Mission Slim seat clamp
User Reviews (2)
brake is strong, doesn't need to be pulled on hard to lock the wheel, allows some range of braking power
very light build, easy to lift and jump
responsive design, moves with the rider
durable build can take a few hits without any serious damage
tricky assembly, some parts don't want to tighten properly
prone to flat tires when curbs are hit, air pressure needs to be within a narrow range
front axle is smaller than the rear axle
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