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This is Subrosa's beginner level street bike. Equipped with tall bars and a free coaster to keep you rolling forward and backward. Salvador weighs 27.6 lbs and comes with a frame that is mostly chromoly.
⛔️ - Full Chromoly
✅ - Under $500
⛔️ - Double Wall Rims
⛔️ - Pegs
✅ - Fully Sealed Bearings
✅ - 3 pc. Cranks
✅ - Freecoaster - What is a freecoaster?
The Salvador is back and better than ever! The price, combined with upgraded products and details continue to make this bike one of the highlights of the Subrosa line up. Year after year, the Salvador gets better and provides the foundation for how far you want to take BMX.
|Frame: Chromoly TT, DT, & Wishbone|
|Top Tube: 21.0"|
|Chain Stay: 13.5"|
|Head Tube: 75*|
|Seat Tube: 71*|
|Stand Over: 9.0"|
|BB Height: 11.5”|
|Brake Mounts: Welded|
|Fork: Chromoly Steer Tube - 30mm Offset|
|Bars: 100% Chromoly - 4pc 9.0"|
|Grips: Shadow Gipsy DCR|
|Bar Ends: Shadow Nylon|
|Headset: Rant Bang Ur Integrated|
|Stem: Subrosa Uplift Top Load|
|Front Rim: Rant Squad 36H Alloy Single Wall|
|Rear Rim: Rant Squad 36H Alloy Single Wall|
|Front Hub: 3/8" Sealed Alloy|
|Rear Hub: Rant Moonwalker II Sealed Freecoaster|
|Tires: Subrosa Sawtooth 2.35”|
|Cranks: Rant Bangin' 8 Chromoly 3pc 170mm|
|Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid|
|Sprocket: Subrosa Petal Steel|
|Gearing: 25 - 9|
|Chain: Rant Max 410|
|Pedals: Rant Trill Plastic|
|Seat: Subrosa Mid 1pc Combo|
|Seat Clamp: Shadow Alfred|
|Brake Lever: Alloy 2 Finger|
|Brakes: Rant Spring Brakes V2|
|Weight: 12.54 kg = 27.6 lbs|
A: Top Tube Length: 21" - Learn what size is right for you here.
This is a long toptube.
Perfect for riders that are between 5'10" to 6'2"
B: Chain Stay Length: 13.5” - Learn About Chain Stays Here
This is a longer chain stay! This will give you more control and stability.
C: Head Tube Angle: 75° - Learn About Head Tube Angles Here
Steep head tube angles make the bike "snappy" meaning more responsive to fast turns.
A less steep head tube gives you more control.
D: Seat Tube Angle: 71°
E: Bottom Bracket Height: 11.5"
F: Stand over height: 9"
This is a medium standover.
A tall standover gives you more stability and will make bars, and t-bogs easier.
I love any bike that is under $500. The quality is pretty good with this one too. A bike around this price usually come with partial chromoly and a few good aftermarket parts. Like stem, pedals and tires. However, some bikes are this price and come with better quality.
The quality of the Salvador is typical for a mid-level bike. The frame is mostly chromoly, but not full. The rims are only single wall making it a little weaker than other mid level bikes.
This bike is good for street riders because it comes with a freecoaster. Most aftermarket free coasters cost anywhere from $150 to $200. So if you want a coaster and you are a mid level rider, going with this version will save you some money.
Mostly because of the single wall rims, this isn't the best quality. There are other bikes that you can find with higher quality for around the same price. The only real reason to go with this bike is the freecoaster.
Overall it is a pretty decent bike. However, it is priced closer to a mid-level bike but only has beginner level quality. If you are a brand new rider that wants to be more street-focused this is a good bike for you. If you are pretty experienced, I'd suggest that you get a bike with double-wall rims and full chromoly.
This bike is great for riders between 5'10" to 6'2"
The parts aren't really designed to last forever. I'd say that you will get one to two years of shredding on this bike before it breaks.
This is a pretty good bike for a beginner.
The 2020 Salvador FC weighs 27.6 lb
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