Get a look at the new 2018 Electron complete from Flybikes!
We’ve taken a look at the 2018 Proton and the 2018 Sion so far and today Flybikes dropped this promo video for the 2018 Electron, so we figured it was as good as time as ever to take a closer look! This bike is a great entry to to early mid level rider complete with a mix of chromoly and steel for the frame, bars and fork and then a mix of Flybikes and Trebol parts. Overall, a really solid option for $480.00! Get the full details below!
“As with everything Flybikes, our aim is quality and to refine, so moving into 2018 we made some minor changes to the Electron. The bike now comes with the new Trebol 2.35” tires, new Electron Tripod seat featuring original artwork, Mid bottom bracket, internal integrated headset and a top tube length coming in at 20.5” to make this one of the best spec’d, common sense complete bikes out there. Also included, a pair of Trebol pegs, the timeless Roey signature grips, Ruben signature graphite pedals and two new amazing colorways; Flat Black, and Aquamarine, to help create one sweet ride at an affordable price that’s ready to shred right out of the box.”
Frame: 4130 CrMo / 1020 HiTen / 20.5″
Fork: CrMo Steerer / 1020 HiTen legs / 30mm. Offset
Bars: 1020 HiTen
Grips: Flybikes Roey
Stem: Trebol Top load
Headset: Internal Sealed Bearing
Brake: Flybikes Manual Springhanger
Cranks: Tubular 3Pc CrMo / 175 mm.
BOTTOM BRACKET: Mid / Sealed Bearing
Sprocket: Trebol / Alloy / 25t
Pedals: Ruben Graphite
Chain: 410 Type
Rims: Trebol / Double side walled
Front Hub: Alloy / Loose Ball / 3/8” axle
Rear Hub: Trebol / Sealed Bearing / 14mm. Axle / 9t
Tires: Trebol 2.35 Front & Rear
Seat: Flybikes Electron / Trebol Tripod
Pegs: Trebol HS Steel / 1 pair
Weight: 11.3 kg / 24.9 lb
Here’s the geometry of the frame, bars and fork…
As we mentioned above, the 2018 Electron from Flybikes is available for $480.00 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Flybikes worldwide. You can also pick the bikes up on the Flybikes website — Flat Black Electron // Aquamarine Electron
What do you think? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you think in the comments below!