The 2010 kink curb
The kink curb is a great starter bmx bike. I learned how to 180 roll out with it. It's a Pretty strong bike but it's a little heavy. Working on it can be a pain because it has unsealed bearings and american bb. The colors are very cool and they are pretty uncommon. The bike has its ups and downs. The stock grips suck and are uncomfortable. If you give it micro gearing, sealed bearings, double wall rims, twisted pc or shadow ravager pedals, odi or animal grips, and light forks it could be a great bike. I would def recommend it for a beginner tha...t's ready to give up their mongoose or haro for a higher caliber but still a beginners bike so it's not too much of a transition. The mid town bars are awesome along with the frame, cranks, seat, pot, ,and geometry. Frame, it's quality for just $200, the stem, seat, bars, it's strength, it's potential if u add parts, the color, and it's shape. Rims get tacoed, tires can only hold liter riders without sinking or popping. Forks are heavy, unsealed bearings, pedals slip and cut you because they are metal, and grips.
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|Release date||Feb 2011|
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