FBM‘s scaled up 22″ Steadfast frame is getting some updates to make it even more dialed in for the trails.
New for this run, an increased headtube height (from 120mm to 127mm), a limited edition FBM 25th Anniversary head tube badge, and some snazzy new colors.
Here’s a how the specs/geo breaks down:
- Top Tube Length: 21-3/4″
- Heat Tube Angle: 74.25 degrees
- Head Tube Height: 127mm ( Taller for 2018 )
- Bottom Bracket Height: 12-1/8″
- Seat Tube Angle: 71 degrees
- Rear End Length: 14-1/8″ (slammed)
- Stand Over Height: 9-3/8″
In terms of colors, you have the choice of:
- Dark Butterscotch
Hard to go wrong with one of these frames.
Check out the FBM pre-order link before they’re gone.
We got a first look of the 2018 We The People (WTP) Audio being put to the test a few weeks back by WTP pro, Felix Prangenberg.
Felix took the 22″ Audio out to the park and proceeded to shred with a combination of street and park moves.
Now, thanks to the wonders of Instagram, WTP has followed up with a post of Felix roasting the trails.
Dang, is there nothing this bike can’t do?
Seems to look pretty good just standing still too.
Watch for the new 22″Audio, along with a full range of 22″ parts, to hit WTP dealers in the latter part of the Summer.
We checked out Kyle Forte’s new United signature model, the KF22, a couple weeks back and took note of Kyle’s claim that it would hold special appeal to tall riders.
We didn’t doubt Kyle on that, but the real question we wanted to know is…how does it ride?
Well, Kyle provides the answer in this new promo vid for the KF22.
He flat out shreds on it.