Starting with the heritage, of the original Anarchy Race Frames, we have gone back to the drawing board and built the best 7005 Race frame we could. We use Easton ULR Ultra Light Race Tubing that features Easton’s taper wall technology, we have lowered the profile to be light, stiff and responsive, the seatstays utilize a pierced wishbone design to offer a sleek look and an elongated weld area, not to mention a cool place for the Anarchy A logo at the end.
The CNC’d dropouts are extra thick where your axle bolts on to optimize the stiffness and strength while minimizing weight. Pass through cable guides show the race lineage by making it easy to tear down for travel and allowing the full length housing for optimal braking.
The Revolution has started.
|FRAME SIZE||TOP TUBE||REAR C/S||BB HEIGHT||HT ANGLE||POST SIZE||CLAMP||HEADSET||WEIGHT*|
|20" Expert XL 1 3/8||20.0||14"||11.35"||74.5º||22.2||25.4||Campy||2.62 lbs|
|20" Expert XL 1.5||20.0||14"||11.35"||74.5º||22.2||25.4||Campy||2.62 lbs|
|20" Pro||20.5||15"||11.65"||74.5º||27.2||31.9||Campy||3.13 lbs|
|20" Pro XL||21.25||15.25"||11.65"||74.5º||27.2||31.9||Campy||3.13 lbs|
|20" Pro XXL||21.75||15.25"||11.65"||74.5º||27.2||31.9||Campy||3.21 lbs|
|24" Pro||21.5||15.35"||11.65"||73.5º||27.2||31.9||Campy||3.21 lbs|
*Weight is less for “Raw” frame. Typically about 1 ounce or 0.06lbs. Weight is estimated and can vary slightly.
Anarchy Australia's James Lautier hit up the BSX charity event at Pheasant Creek, Australia on Monday and was looking to be one of the hot favourites after putting in a fast lap seeding him in fifth place after the time trials.
The trend of the larger axles isn’t just a fad , we here at Anarchy stole the testing sheets off of our sister company Supercross’ desk and had to go out and test it ourselves to see if the data was true.
Anarchy Australia press release
We are very excited to announce that the Anarchy BMX Australia team will be running Madera components for the remainder of the 2013 season and beyond!
Anarchy Australia’s AA Pro, James Lautier, made his first AA Pro final at the Park Orchards “Clash of the Titans” on Sunday.
It’s a significant race for him, not only was it his first AA Pro final, but it was also the third round of the Victorian Pro Tour.
Why would we spend the extra time and money to engrave the Anarchy “A” into the head tube of our new frames? It has to cost more right?
The Anarchy BMX Australia team was in full effect at the Australian BMX Championships last weekend. Western Australian Cat Hopkins and Victorian James Lautier debuted the Australian Team Jersey at the Mount Gambier track and with great success.