Federal Bikes have released the new limited edition Steven Hamilton signature Hamilton frame for you guys to get your hands on. This frame has a throwback look with modernized geometry and feature. Check out Steven putting the frame to good use in the video above, then scroll down to get full specs, details and more photos of the frame!
“For the re-release of the Hamilton frame we sent Peter Adam over to spend a week to catch up with Steven, ride and talk about his frame. In this video listen to Steven talk about the concept behind this frame and then watch him take his new frame out on the streets of Ohio for some classic Hamilton style.
Filmed & Edited: Peter Adam” – Federal Bikes
The limited edition Hamilton frame is made from full 4130 chromoly tubing with a throwback look similar to the old Federal Fraction frame from years ago with modernized geometry and features. The frame has a 75.5º head tube angle, 71º seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height, 8.8″ standover height and a 13.5″ (slammed) chainstay length. You can find an integrated head tube, the classic downtube gusset, tapered down tube and seat stays, Mid bottom bracket, Investment Cast 3D seat stay bridge and Investment Cast ICS wishbone on the chainstay with a massive 2.60″ tire clearance and enough room to run a 33-tooth sprocket, welded on chainstay grind plates, integrated chain tensioners and removable brake mounts and guides on the seat stay.
The Hamilton Frame is available in 19.75″ and 20.75″ top tube lengths with a weight of 5.55 lbs. and Gloss Red and Gloss Black for colors. There are only 100 of these frames available worldwide for $329.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Federal Bikes worldwide or on the Federal website now. Act fast because we’re sure this one will go fast.
Top Tube: 19.75” or 20.75”
Head Tube: 75.5º
Seat Tube: 71º
Stand Over: 8.8”
BB Height: 11.5”
Weight: 5.55 Lbs
Colors: Gloss Red
Chain Stays: 13.5” Slammed
Classic downtube gusset similar to the old Federal Fraction frame.
Investment Cast ICS wishbone on the chainstay for a strong back end and massive 2.60″ tire clearance.
Welded plates on the chainstays for extra grind protection.
What do you think of the new Steven Hamilton signature Hamilton frame from Federal Bikes? Are you digging it? Do you have any questions? Let us now in the comments below!
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