Looking for a 24'' street mtb frame

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Looking for a 24'' street mtb frame
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Posted: May 10, 2020 at 10:29 Quote
cheezitsprocket wrote:
i think thats the same capital frame i have since 2016. definitely suggest you buy it. im even tempted to replace mine with another but i like my color too much, mine has been through hell from riding with pegs

street, park, dirt, everything, one bike always a good time. except spanish BB with 22mm spindle thats not so great

Yeah the capital does look amazing, and i know how durable it is. Ill look into capitals to see if there are any still around near me, if not, ill look elsewhere

Posted: May 12, 2020 at 13:25 Quote
The dmr sect 24" i pretty nice to..

Posted: May 21, 2020 at 17:17 Quote
StefanNielsen wrote:
The dmr sect 24" i pretty nice to..

I looked at those, however, im not sure how it would handle street riding. I have actually ridden one before, and it felt super nice, but i cant find any that don't have a tapered headtube for the 24'' version

Posted: Jul 31, 2020 at 3:28 Quote
There is a NS Capital 24" on sale at 7anna (producer of O1 and NS):
https://7anna.pl/product-pol-8383-Rama-NS-Bikes-Capital-24.html

Posted: 24 hours ago Quote
Thank you for all the help guys. I ended up buying a pridestreet mainframe and their pro meat forks, as well as a new hub. My new build is really solid and now I've gotten so used to rigid, that i never want to use suspension again! And thank you all for keeping street mtb alive

Posted: 23 hours ago Quote
Jarry74 wrote:
Thank you for all the help guys. I ended up buying a pridestreet mainframe and their pro meat forks, as well as a new hub. My new build is really solid and now I've gotten so used to rigid, that i never want to use suspension again! And thank you all for keeping street mtb alive

Susp is over rated, bmx been doing bigger tougher drops on ridgid, and its silent

Post some pictures, im curious how that geo and fork look, BB high, low, or neutral

Posted: 18 hours ago Quote
Jarry74 wrote:
Thank you for all the help guys. I ended up buying a pridestreet mainframe and their pro meat forks, as well as a new hub. My new build is really solid and now I've gotten so used to rigid, that i never want to use suspension again! And thank you all for keeping street mtb alive

Nice, Let’s see some pics when you get it in.

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