The crew over at United have given Harry Mills Wakley his very own signature colorway for their Incarnate frame! Get a look at Harry putting his Lilac Incarnate frame to heavy use out in the streets in this very dialed promo video above, then scroll on down for full specs, details and photos of this BMX frame built for the riders looking for a more responsive street frame out there!
“United have given smooth as silk team rider Harry Mills-Wakley his very own lilac signature colourway for their increasingly popular Incarnate frame. Harry went for a signature Lilac as his colourway and then put the new whip to work on the not so dry streets of England. Teaming up with Oscar Daesche, this duo put together something special. Enjoy!
Filmed & edited: Oscar Daeche” – DIG
United Incarnate Frame
The United Incarnate frame is made from full 4130 Seamless Sanko Japanese chromoly tubing that is butted and tapered with a 75.5-degree head tube angle, 70.25-degree seat tube angle, 11.75″ bottom bracket height, 8.75″ standover height and a 13″ chainstay length. The frame has an Integrated head tube, gussets on the top and down tubes for strength, a mellower seat tube angle to bring the Mid bottom bracket forward to make the frame feel a little smaller without actually changing the top tube length, an ultra slim cast wishbone on the chainstay, a wide rear end for plenty of tire clearance with thickened chainstays for additional strength and 14mm dropouts. This is a completely BRAKELESS frame, so there are no mounts or guides.
The United Incarnate frame is available in 20.8″, 21″ and 21.2″ top tube lengths with a weight of 5 lbs. flat. If you aren’t feeling the Harry Mills Wakley Lilac colorway, the frame is also available in Corey Martinez Flat Mint Colorway, Raw, Flat Translucent Brown and Flat Translucent Smoke Black. The Incarnate frame goes for $386.78 and can be picked up through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry United Bike Co. worldwide now.
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