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DMR Wrath Jump Bike 2013

With BMX race inspired geometry the Wrath is at home on the pump-track, park and dirtjumps.  A super tough build based around a cro-mo frame with heat-treated down tube makes this the perfect entry level dirtbike.

'DMR have hit the nail on the head with this one - value needn't mean cheap and nasty…' MBUK

'…one of the best value bikes on the planet.' MBUK

'… we really don’t think you can find a better hardtail for the money that is going to take a beating and carry on pumping around for you.' Ride.io

Features:

  • Head tube: Gusseted, heat treated
  • Down Tube: Gusseted, heat treated
  • Cranks: 3pc Cro-mo crank
  • Bars: 80mm high-rise bars
  • Tyres: DMR Supermoto tyres
  • Pedals: Lightweight plastic pedals
  • Brakes: Rear Cable-disc brake
  • Hubs: Solid wheelset built on Anodised hubs

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  • Colour: Satin Metallic Grey, Metallic Black
  • Wheel Size: 26", 24"
  • Gender: Male
  • Speed: Single Speed
  • Material: Steel
  • Fork Travel: Rigid
 
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice little bike to give myself and dog a extra run Good old school Quality frame! All components are out board, like head set and seat clamp. You can build this bike up any way you like. Not much is needed though! Good frame, wheels and crank set. Also good geometry and love the Satin Gray. Much better then bikes with al the fancy internal head set tubes and such. Like all my bike frames nice and simple and clean and strong of course. Great value for money! Good job DMR and thanks Ollie. 02 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very agile. bike with heart of racer. My first month on this bike and i love it. Strong wheelset, very low frame but a bit long for street. (i know its dj/race bmx cruiser). I like those DMR Supermoto tyres, dont know about DJ but on streets they just cling to road and you can do fast turns. If you want to ride street/park on it you must change the front chainring. In stock i can ride with my friend on xc bike with no problems with speed. I have 3 bikes (XC Scott Chenoa, Norco Evolve and Wrath) Wrath i like not because it is new but because it is easy to maintain and easy to ride. Think Wrath is good bike for this money and can be better if you decide to upgrade it with soft fork. 27 June 2014
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This bike runs a 39t front and 16t rear, giving a good flatland ratio of 2.4

The hubs are the traditional cup and cone style (unsealed).
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Due to the geometry design of this frame, a MTB suspension fork will not work as it would modify the frame handling characteristics too much.

This bike is technically an over-sized BMX which is best used in a street riding or race environment.

However it would be physically possible to mount a suspension fork. It would be advisable to contact DMR before doing so to determine how this would effect frame warranty.
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