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Volume's Voyager V2 Frame is best for the modern street rider. It has clearance for fat tires and a really responsive geometry. Available in 2 colors and 3 toptube sizes, it weighs 5.2 lbs.
|Responsive Geometry with Short Backend and Steep Headtube|
|S bend chainstays for bigger tire clearance|
|Top tube and down tube gussets for added strength|
The Voyager team frame features specs that the Volume team riders asked for; a steeper 75.25° head tube, shorter 12.75" slammed chainstay (13" centre to centre) and a higher 9.25" seat tube height. Also featuring very simple straight gauge tubing, hourglass head tube, small clean 4mm thick dropouts, full 4130 chromoly heat-treated tubing, top and bottom gussets for added strength, removable brake mounts, and S bend chainstays for bigger tyre clearance.
Learn about frame sizes here
|MATERIAL: 4130 Chromoly|
|HEAD TUBE ANGLE: 75.25°|
|SEAT TUBE ANGLE: 71°|
|CHAIN STAY LENGTH: 12.75" (Slammed)|
|BB HEIGHT: 11.7"|
|WHEEL SIZE: 20"|
|STANDOVER HEIGHT: 9.25"|
|DROPOUT SIZE: 14mm|
|HEADSET TYPE: Integrated|
|BB TYPE: Mid|
|BRAKE MOUNTS: Removable|
|GYRO TABS: NA|
|WEIGHT: 5 lbs 4 oz|
Check the size guide to see if its right for you..
Getting a top tube that is taller than suggested will make the bike feel more controlled and less responsive
Getting a top tube size that is smaller than normal will make the bike feel a lot more snappy and responsive.
This is a short chainstay.
A short chain stay makes the bike feel twitchy. Spins will be easy, but airing and jumping might feel hard to control.
A long chain stay will make the bike feel really controlled. Spins will feel sluggish, but manuals and air tricks will feel nice because it will be more stable.
Steep head tube angles make the bike “snappy” meaning more responsive to fast turns.
A less steep head tube gives you more control.
This is a tall standover.
A tall standover makes your seat higher up and will allow you to pinch it easier when learning barspins.
The Voyager V2 frame costs $340. Now, if this is your first time shopping for a frame.. this might seem like a lot of money. But when you consider the extra quality like the heat treated 4130 chromoly, the hourglass head tube, and the gussets. This is actually a really good price. This frame is definitely designed to hold up a lot longer than your average stock frame so if you're breaking frames you won't be disappointed with the Voyager.
*Gussets: The pieces of metal that are added on up by the headtube. They add extra strength to the welds where they commonly snap.
*Heat treated: A process of heating the chromoly in order to make it stiffer and stronger.
*Hour Glass Headtube: Adds a really stylish look to the frame.
The volume Voyager frame V2 version only comes in two color options. It has a lot of added features that make it really good for the modern street rider. including the clearance for big tires, steep headtube, and responsive chainstay. They added gussets onto the top and downtube where frames normally snap, which makes this makes this frame a lot stronger. overall if you're a pretty hefty street rider and you like to do spins, grinds, and barspins. This would be a good choice for you.