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Academy BMX – 2017 Aspire bike (Blue Storm)

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The Academy BMX crew has a line of fresh BMX street completes available. They made these cool, quick bike check promo videos for each model with some banging HipHop beats in the soundtrack. One of our favorite Academy completes was the 2017 Aspire with the “Blue Storm” colorway. Not only was the bike looking dope, the beat by Mecca:83 was dope too!! Ahh we love it when HipHop and BMX Meet! That’s what we’re all about on 😉 Shout out to Academy BMX for this!

Peep the stats:
Frame: Academy Aspire CrMo Downtube 20.4”TT, 13.25” rear, 75.0º HA, 71º ST, MID BB, Integrated Headset.
Forks: Academy Aspire Tapered legs with CrMo steer tube.
Handlebars: Academy 8.75″ rise 28″ wide CrMo
Grips: Academy Pro
Headset: Integrated
Stem: Academy Pro Alloy Top Load
Brakes (rear): 990 style with clear pads
Brake lever (Left): Alloy.
Cables: Slick (rear).
Sprocket: Academy 25T.
Crankset: Academy 3pce CrMo Tubular 8 spline, 170mm.
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid 19mm.
Chain: KMC
Pedals: Wellgo Plastic.
Rims: Alloy Single Wall 36h.
Front Tyre: 20 x 2.25″
Rear Tyre: 20 x 2.25″
Spokes: Black steel.
Front Hub: – Academy Alloy 10mm axle, 36 hole, loose ball.
Rear Hub: – Academy Alloy Cassette, 36 hole, 14mm axle, Fully Sealed Bearing w/9t driver.
Seat & Seatpost: Academy Pro Seat/Post Combo.
Weight: 10.9 kgs
Colours: Gloss Black/Purple, Metal Grey/Orange, Dark Blue/Green and Blue Storm.

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Comments to Academy BMX – 2017 Aspire bike (Blue Storm)

  • tabatt13

    You lost me when I saw that the frame isn’t full chromoly. Too many of these street completes have one to many compromises. I always recommend building up your own bike from scratch.

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