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Kink Launch
$654.99
The 2022 Launch continues the legacy of a truly remarkable bike. This bike is still one of the best value-priced models in the market, hands down, year after year. The Launch pairs its great color selection with even better components. The Launch is equipped with both a sealed integrated headset and sealed Mid bottom bracket, which drastically improves performance and virtually eliminates maintenance of these components. Combined with a parts package that includes Kink Stryker forks, Kink T875 8.75-inch bars, and Mission Triumph 3pc tubular chromoly cranks, this bike is a rookie's dream.
Kink Curb
$589.99
The 2022 Curb, which is available in four great colorways, offers the entry-level rider a bike that looks and feels like a pro model without the price tag. Featuring modern geometry and outfitted with components such as 8.75-inch Kink T875 bars, 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks, a raised Mission Control TL stem, soft Kink Paragon grips with push-in Kink Thrust bar ends, and 2.4-inch tires front and rear; the Curb is perfect for any rider looking for a solid first bike.
Kink Williams Frame
$519.99
The Williams frame is Nathan Williams' first signature frame from Kink and features modern street geometry while retaining a classic look. Despite the classic look though, the frame features several subtle details that should not be overlooked. The steeper 75.5-degree headtube is responsive, and the short 12.75" chainstay length makes the frame nimble without compromising on tire clearance; fitting up to 2.5" tires. The double butted toptube and downtube with gussets on both, ensure plenty of strength in the front end while the chainstay and seatstay bridge designs allot for generous tire clearance while adding as much stiffness as possible. Nathan's frame of course comes standard with integrated seat post clamp, integrated chain tensioners, and removable brake mounts. Additional details like the custom seatstay bridge badge inlay, and interior dropout knurling round out both the good looks and serious functionality of the Williams frame.
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