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2016 Colony Prody

The Prody frame is back again! The new 2016 Colony Prody frame mixes old school design with modern day geometry and materials. Made from 4130 chromoly tubing with a heat-treated integrated headtube drilled for gyro tabs, external headtube gusset, old school 80's standing platform on the toptube, tapered downtube, integrated seat post clamp, heat-treated Mid BB shell, tapered rear stays with room for large tire sizes, welded chainstay U-brake mounts with clearance for 25T sprockets and 5mm thick heat-treated dropouts.


Headset Type: Integrated (Campy)
Gyro Tabs: Removable (Included)
Brake Mounts: Removable (Included)
BB Type: Mid
BB Height: 11.5"
Chainstay: 13.6" - 14.1"
Headtube Angle: 75.2°
Seattube Angle: 71°
Seattube Height: 8.3" (210.8mm)
Seat Post Size: 25.4mm
Seat Clamp: Integrated
Dropout Size: 14mm
Weight: 5 lbs 12.1 oz

 
2016 Colony Prody
My new rider I built up with the help of EPIC BMX bike shop

frame is a 2016 Colony PRODY

forks 2014 Primo with 990 ad mounts.
head set Kink bikes integrated.
Stem HB  bikes
bars Peregrine Q Bars
Brake levers Dia-Compe MX99
Brakes Odyssey spring field.
Gyro ODYSSEY
front sprocket Odyssey 28 tooth anniversary CD.
chain Shadow conspiracy half link
cranks Alloy Primo hollow bites 175mm
pedals Redline DX 9/16
wheels Revenge Industries 20" Double wall alloy 36 hole with black spokes laced to silver Revenge sealed bearing hubs. rear is alloy freecoaster with KHE guts
tires Odyssey Frequency G 20X175
tubs nothing special.
seat post Primo Rod micro ajust
seat Power lite GT performer style
bike looks Old School when it's really new School GEO with Old School STYLE looks! 
 all most all parts can be bought of the shelf of most good bike shops.
 

 

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Nice. Are they considered a flatland frame?

 

Let's see some tricks on it.

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I like it. I looks kinda long for flatland specific but looks like a comfy cruiser/all around bike. I take it you don't do any bar hopping stuff or surfers.

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Nice. Are they considered a flatland frame?

 

Let's see some tricks on it.

no more of a true freestyle frame. IE one you could ride street,ramp and trails with. but yes it can be set up for flatland to.

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Nice. Are they considered a flatland frame?

 

Let's see some tricks on it.

yes it dose wind surfers. but I use it as a all around freestyle bike. not just flat.

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looks like a good bike  :cheers:

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looks like a good bike   :cheers:

Thanks so far it rides grate for what little I can do with it. LOL mostly old tricks from the 80's. not to good at the new tricks yet. but I do try!

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What is the TT length?

19

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