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⛔️ - Full Chromoly
✅ - Under $500
⛔️ - Double Wall Rims
⛔️ - Pegs
⛔️ - Fully Sealed Bearings
✅ - 3 pc. Cranks
⛔️ - Freecoaster - What is a freecoaster?
The Subrosa Sono closes a gap between the Subrosa Altus and the Subrosa Tiro in terms of price, performance, and equipment. The Subrosa Sono comes with a sealed Mid BB, providing a solid base for increased load and reduced maintenance. The Rant Trill top load stem, as well as the 9" high 2-piece bars and 2.35" Rant Squad tires, offer a modern setup that looks great and provides great a great ride. Furthermore, you will find well-known brand parts like Shadow "Ol Dirty" grips and the Subrosa Petal sprocket.
|FRAME MATERIAL: 100% 1020 Hi-Ten|
|WHEEL SIZE: 20"|
|TOP TUBE LENGTH: 21"|
|CHAIN STAY LENGTH: 13.2"|
|HEADTUBE ANGLE: 75°|
|SEAT TUBE ANGLE: 71°|
|FORKS: 100% 1020 Hi-Ten - 30mm Offset|
|BARS: 100% 1020 Hi-Ten - 2pc 9"|
|STEM: Rant Trill Top Load|
|HEADSET: Rant 1-1/8" Threadless|
|BRAKE MOUNTS: Welded|
|BRAKES: Rant Spring Brakes V2|
|FRONT HUB: 3/8" Loose Alloy|
|FRONT RIM: Rant Squad 36H Alloy Single Wall|
|REAR HUB: 14mm Semi-Sealed Cassette|
|REAR RIM: Rant Squad 36H Alloy Single Wall|
|TIRES: Rant Squad 20" x 2.35"|
|SPROCKET: Subrosa Petal Steel|
|CRANKS: Chromoly 8 Spline 3pc 170mm|
|PEDALS: Rant Trill Plastic|
|SEAT: Subrosa Mid 1pc Combo|
|WEIGHT: 12.6 kg (27.8 lbs)|
The Sono Is priced at $330. Just over the $300 price point, this bike is designed to sell to brand new riders. Not many bikes are this cheap. But is it worth the price?
A beginner level bike will have beginner level quality. This includes single wall rims, low-quality hi-tensile steel, loose ball bearings, and more.
However, this isn't always a bad thing. If you are a brand new rider, you will want to be able to get a new bmx bike for relatively cheap. By making the bike out of lower quality parts, it becomes really affordable.
If you are brand new to the sport, this bike will be ok for you. The XL version of the Sono was designed because entry-level bikes with a 21" toptube are HARD to find. The Sono is designed to take someone from brand new to the middle beginner stages of riding. Once you progress past this level, you will want to start looking for a new bike because the Sono will start to break.