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  • Lynskey M240 Titanium Frame - Industrial Mill 2013
  • Lynskey M240 Titanium Frame - Industrial Mill 2013
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Lynskey M240 Titanium Frame

The M240 is the culmination of Lynskey’s 25 years of craftsmanship. We designed the M240 for the rider desiring a lightweight, no maintenance, well balanced race frame. For 2011, we have added an oversized headtube for increased control and frontend stiffness. Predictable handling, superb agility, explosive sprinting and a proven racing geometry make the M240 the perfect racing package. You will find yourself begging for another race lap or extending that ride because you and the bike have become one with the trail.

Lynskey M240 Titanium Frame Features:

  • Oversized Headtube
  • 27.2mm seatpost diameter
  • 73mm bottom bracket (English)
  • Competition-tuned tubeset provides precision handling and excellent stability without sacrificing rider comfort
  • Over-sized curved downtube allows for fork crown clearance and provides stiff bottom bracket for efficient energy transfer
  • S-bend chainstays and seatstays allow ample tire, chainring, crankarm and heel clearance
  • Chainstay lengths that promote better traction when climbing
  • Disc specific Wright Style rear dropouts with replaceable derailleur hanger
  • Headtube angles that are quick but not twitchy
  • Enhanced bottom bracket height for additional clearance
  • Uses a 34.9mm clamp-on type front derailleur
  • Downtube shifter cable routing

Buy Lynskey M240 Titanium Frame from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Industrial Mill
  • Size: Large, X Large
  • Frame Size: 48cm (19"), 54.5cm (21.5")
  • Gender: Male
  • Option: White Decals
  • Material: Titanium
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A thing of beauty! Bought this in Large to replace my 10+yr old Giant XTC4 with totally upgraded components and it's a completely new riding experience. Built it up with Deore XT group set (off the old bike), Manitou Marvel Pro 100mm forks and Mavic Crossmax's. XC use with relatively long climbs - 1000m+ and long, non-technical descents. All threads, tubes and mounts well machined so everything went on fine and true. Frame is featherlight and geo nearly the same as the Giant but the slight bottom bracket drop means lower centre of gravity so much better on the descents and more comfortable riding position. Steep top tube angle needs 120mm stem to lengthen the reach a bit and help with the climbs. Light weight means that the back floats around a bit more than I'm used to on descents but is also easy to control. Like the blurb says - you just don't want to stop - Loving it! Only criticism would be that the rear derailleur cable is bit exposed in places on the downtube and chainstay, also not sure about zip-ties to secure rear brake cable but I'm probably out of date. Would be more discreet without the decals too - no way am I taking this into a town centre... 03 September 2014
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This frame requires a English Threaded bottom bracket such as the Shimano Hollowtech II.
 
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Is this a 29er frame?

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This frame is designed for use with 26" wheels.
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What is the Frame weight for Size L?

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L frame weight> 1.75 Kg
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Headset size

I have a 1 1/8" steerer tube on my fork. Which ( if it's possible.) headset type and size works with the Lynskey M240 frame?
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This frame requires a 44mm Internal Diameter headset to run on a 1 1/8" steerer, we have a few options and our recommendations are listed below.
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Have a nukeproof 44IISS to install - will the headtube need 'facing' first? And how much force is 'too much' force when using a headset press?
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As the frame has a Raw finish; facing the head tube or bottom bracket shell should not be necessary.

When pressing the headset in, you should only need the bearing to seat into the frame then no more force is required. No pun intended; but you should not have to be 'forcing' the headset into the frame, it should quite easily be inserted when using a press.
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