Fit Bike Co. coming through with a new promo video featuring Morgan Long putting his signature Hoodbird Frame and Hoodbird Bars to proper use out in the streets of Southern California! Hit play to check out the video, then get more specs and details on the frame and bars below!
“Tall, steep, fast and strong. Morgan Long’s signature Hoodbird line is designed to last. American made strength with the length and height that will meet your needs whether you’re in the park, trails or the streets.
Featuring: Morgan Long – @yomorganlong
Filmed/Edit: Tony Malouf – @tonymalouf
Photo: Wes Mcgrath – @wesmcgrath/
Music: J^p^n – “Wrong””
The Fit Bike Co. Hoodbird frame is made from full 4130 chromoly tubing here in the United States with a 75.75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube height, 11.8″ bottom bracket height, 9.5″ standover height and a 13.4″ – 13.9″ chainstay length. The frame features a 5″ tall head tube, gussets on the top and downtube, a butted Supertherm top tube, a straight gauge Supertherm downtube, Straight gauge S-Bend tapered chain stays, straight gauge ultra-tapered seat stays, curved seat and chain stay bridges for 2.40″ tire clearance, a Mid bottom bracket with EZ-out punch slots, Investment Cast seat post clamp, 5-degree angled removable brake mounts and 6mm thick dropouts.
The Hoodbird Frame is available in matte black, clear raw and translucent gold in 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″ top tube lengths with a price tag of $354.99. Check out more photos and details on the Hoodbird Frame on the Fit Bike Co. website.
The Hoodbird bars are made from butted 4130 chromoly tubing right here in the U.S.A with a 9.5″ rise, 29″ width, 11-degrees of backsweep, 3-degrees of upsweep, a 7″ crossbar height and 11.34″ crossbar width. The bars feature dual radius bends with large top bends to help increase the overall strength.
The Hoodbird bars are available in matte black, chrome, clear raw and Smoked Chrome for $59.99 – $69.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Fit Bike Co. worldwide. Check out more photos and information for the Hoodbird Bars on the Fit Bike Co. website.
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