The Hartbreaker frame has a fresh coat of paint!
The crew over at Fit Bike Co. have just released Chris Harti‘s signature Hartbreaker frame in this new “Beige Hornet” colorway that turned out real good. This tan color has always had a soft spot in our heart since the days of Gary Young’s signature Dirt Bro’s frame that came in a similar color years ago.
The Hartbreaker frame is trails riders dream. This full 4130 chromoly frame has a 74.5-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.35″ bottom bracket height, 9.15″ standover height and a 13.8″ – 14.5″ chainstay length. You can find an integrated head tube with an engraved Fit Key Logo, gussets on the top and down tubes, a butted Supertherm top tube, a straight gauge Supertherm down tube, double butted seat tube, slightly tapered seat stays and slightly tapered single bend chainstays with clearance for 2.40″ tires, welded on chain stay brake mounts with welded on guides and cable routing through the seat tube and longer dropouts for more adjustability.
There is an engraved Key logo on the integrated head tube that looks real good.
The frame features top and down tube gussets with Fit logos for extra strength, a Supertherm Butted top tube for weight reduction and a Supertherm Straight gauge down tube to resist denting.
The frame has welded on cable guides and cable routing that goes straight through the seat tube to give you a direct route to the brakes for improved braking.
The Hartbreaker frame comes in 21″, 21.125″, 21.25″ and 21.50″ top tube lengths. The frame is made right here in the U.S.A with a price tag of $369.99! If you aren’t feeling the Beige Hornet, the frame is also available in Clear Raw, Matte Black and Translucent Black color options. You can view photos of the other colors on the Fit Bike Co. Website.
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