Verde Spectrum (2011)
Released October, 2010
The Pros:Stylish aesthetic with red chrome rims matching the decals. Affordable entry-level BMX model, ideal for beginners. Lighter than many other entry-level models.
The Cons:Handlebars bend easily especially during impacts. Handlebars are smaller than average and not as durable as competitors' models. Front hub bearings may require some adjustment.
The Verde Spectrum (2011) is a mid-cost BMX offering. This model is a step up from the lower cost Theory (2011) model in that it has a CNC machined stem (which helps to keep the weight of the bike down, while not sacrificing stiffness), as well as tapered seat stays (which contribute to a durable bike design).
However, this model lacks the higher cost Radia (2011) model's React 25T alloy sprocket, double walled front rim, heat-treated cranks, and Odyssey Par Ends. The full chromoly frame, fork and handlebars contribute lightweight strength to the design of the Spectrum (2011). This model's fully sealed hubs help to protect the bearings from water and dirt.
- Color options
- Pivotal post
- Full chromoly frame
- Full chromoly fork
- Full chromoly handlebars
- Fully sealed hubs
- Fully sealed headset
- Fully sealed bottom bracket
- CNC machined stem
- Removable brake mounts
- Tapered seat stays
- DUO Cramnet grips
- Investment cast integrated head tube
- Cinema 777 double wall rear rim
- DUO Reslite pedals
- 2.20" DUO Stunner tires
User Reviews (1)
Stylish aesthetic with red chrome rims matching the decals
Affordable entry-level BMX model, ideal for beginners
Lighter than many other entry-level models
Good quality tire build and tread design for this price bracket
Strong rims survive impacts well and resist bending
Handlebars bend easily especially during impacts
Handlebars are smaller than average and not as durable as competitors' models
Front hub bearings may require some adjustment
You may also like...