Are you on the hunt for a new BMX frame? How about some new bars? Mutiny Bikes are finally releasing Jeff Wescott’s signature Comb frame and bars that we have been hearing about for a little while now worldwide. We figured it would be a good time to take a closer look at this frame and see just what both have to offer! Let’s do this!
The Comb frame is made from 100% 4130 Sanko chromoly tubing with a 74.9-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.8″ bottom bracket height, 9″ standover height and 13.2″ (slammed) chain stay length. The frame features gussets on the top and down tubes, a straight gauge top tube, elliptical down tube to help resist denting, an investment cast wishbone with a Mutiny Bikes logo on the chain stay and a curved seat stay for extra tire clearance for 2.40″ tires, an integrated seat post clamp, tiny drop outs that fit flush with most pegs and removable brake mounts.
The Comb frame is available in top tube lengths of 20.9″, 21.25″ and 21.5″ with colors of translucent gold and black and a weight of 5 lbs. even (20.9″)
Investment cast wishbone with a small Mutiny Bikes logo and plenty of tire clearance.
An integrated seat post clamp and a curved seat stay bridge to help with that 2.40″ tire clearance.
Small drop outs to fit most pegs flush. Clean and simple.
The Comb frame is also available in black.
Jeff Wescott’s signature Comb bars to match the frame are made from 100% 420 Baked heat-treated butted chromoly with a 9.2″ rise, 30″ width, 13-degrees of backsweep and 3-degrees of upsweep. These bars are butted to give you extra strength in high stress points like the bends. The Comb bars are available in colors of black and chrome with a weight of 30 oz.
Both the frame and bars are just hitting BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Mutiny Bikes worldwide now. So, be on the look out for them or have your local shop get ahold of a Mutiny distributor to get you some ordered now.
You can find out more about Mutiny Bikes and their products by visiting their website — MutinyBikes.com