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Because Simple 26

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WB:

Short: 1065MM

Long: 1085MM

CS: 380MM

BB: +35MM

Spacing: 116MM

Weight: 1765G

Because Simple 26 Street

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WB: 1065MM

CS: 380MM

BB: +20MM

Spacing: 135MM

Weight: 1815G

Because Simple 20

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WB:

Short: 995MM

Long: 1025MM

CS: 361.7MM

BB: +55MM

Spacing: 116MM

Weight:

Short: 1675G(538.00)

Long: 1700G(608.00)

Edited by JonMack

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I'd buy a long stock, provided they were cheap as shit as most funny manufacturers like this usually are...

They look really good, shame about the 116 spacing on the stock but I could deal with that.

Doubt the 'street' frame would sell over here though.

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Does look kind of cool. Definitely would consider one of those if the price is right, which looking at the full build specs, I'm not expecting them to be majorly expensive.

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Well here are the specs, you can work out the basics but some of it is a bit confusing,

Stock:

BECAUSE fork big climb V brake钢叉(3 months to provide quality assurance)

BECAUSE-6061 pump handlebar tube Yan put wide-angle (6 month to provide quality assurance)

NEON-put-li-li put conquer carts (6 month to provide quality assurance)

Dan Day bowl team in Taiwan to support the promotion NEON version (silver, black, gold, red 4 colors optional)

Axial square hole-ching-hao (bearings, black shell)

NEON-BOW 172MM Crank square hole crank-(silver, black 2 color optional)

Flywheel ACS-18T

NEON 36.5MM former circle

NEON 42MM after lap

Before and after fetal WTB 26 * 1.95

Kenda 26 * 2.35

Kenda inner tube before and after the 26 * 1.95

NEON stainless steel spokes fetal pad brake NEON-07 shall love doctor Taiwan V brakes (5MM lengthened arm of force, aluminum alloy bracket)

Put brake BECAUSE - put double-sided V brake brake conversion Block NEON-09 (silver, black, gold, red 4-color options and to provide quality assurance for 6 months)

NEON and put the pedal sets of VP-550

Front axle rear axle Jiu domain die fly NEON-16T (or 15T)

Chain KMC-810 (or KMC-710)

Taiwan high-quality brake lines-ray tube snail tablets NEON-silver

Mod:

BECAUSE-SIMPLE frame retaining fork at the end of subsection BECAUSE steel V-plate trolley BECAUSE 6061 put the former forklift pumping tube wide-angle Yan Li NEON put put put car Physcomitrella Group Date axis single-ching ho crank bearings NEON-arch 162MM square hole crank flywheel ACS

NEON 38.5MM former circle

NEON 42MM after lap

Before and after birth according to the former Rover Kenda inner tube after the tube

NEON fetal mat stainless steel spokes NEON

Taiwan doctor love V brakes brakes brakes brakes brakes put BECAUSE V Block conversion put NEON

Put sets of NEON

Pedal VP-550

Jiu-axis before and after domain

Die Fly NEON 12T

Chain KMC810

Brake lines brake Taiwan chip-ray tube snail NEON

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Jon, any idea on pricings and distributers ect? Actually quite interested in one

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Might be worth PM'ing Mr. Zhi Chris, at a guess frame would be around £180 but dunno about full bikes, I've no idea if anyone plans to bring them into the country, but on Faith they're under the Neon section.

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Nice one Jon, I'll give him a PM about them :)

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The "street" stock is a joke.

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The "street" stock is a joke.

Yea, its "street" because it has a seat tube... despite having the least streety sounding geometry

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Yea, its "street" because it has a seat tube... despite having the least streety sounding geometry

not even a useful seat tube !!

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Jon, any idea on pricings and distributers ect? Actually quite interested in one

(Insert blatant advertising). They should be under £200.

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(Insert blatant advertising). They should be under £200.

Sounds ideal for a person who can't hang onto a bike for more than 2 weeks :P

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Pretty neat. How much would one set you back?

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(Insert blatant advertising). They should be under £200.

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the "street" frame looks awesome, i might have to pick one up for the summer (Y) assuming that the disc tab lasts more than a week :D any idea if it's a plus mount?

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The "street" stock is a joke.

100% agree. These companies need to quit messing around with non-functional seat tubes. Just remake the 2004 Echo Pure short and everyone will be happy.

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As MOD rider i would be more than happy to ride one of those frames there pretty nice, the geo is nice too

Think they could do with a tad bit more stiffening up around the seatstey/rear brake area

I hate having to run boosters :/

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I'm on really refering to the mod frame here as that is all that interests me.

I don't like them because of the fact how they are the most blandest and un-original bike ever.

Theres no dedication there, and to me it just reinforces that some Chinese man is slapping them out without a consideration into the market or potential buyers.

Just a 4 bolt mount, I'm sure a lot of people who are willing to go lightweight on componentry (one of the selling points of this frame) will be competition riders, but the majority of competition riders are dual disc, so this immediately dispells this as a plauseable option for a new lightweight frame.

The full build picture of the mod looks gash, its a random mash of colours, reminds me of a stereotypical TGS build with second hand non matching parts.

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look ok but they look very badly made.

snappy :D

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100% agree. These companies need to quit messing around with non-functional seat tubes. Just remake the 2004 Echo Pure short and everyone will be happy.

I wish they would bring it back

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I think the 26" Street frame looks very nice. What do you think is bad with it? If it´s similar to the Echo Pure 04, isn´t that just a good thing?

Im having a GU LE now, and I think its a bit too long for me, I can´t do proper bunnyhops. Maybe it´s because of the length of it? WB is 1080mm. So what im looking for is a shorter frame and I think the Because street frame looks cool. (WB: 1065MM) (I have no problems with a saddle)

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They avalible as full bikes?

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For such cheap frames they can't really be slated too much. Ok, so the 'street' frame should have had a longer seat tube and the stock should have had a man's back end, but for the money you can't go far wrong

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