Atomlab TrailKing Wheelset

3/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $250.00

Product Description

20" BMX Wheels

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Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Jeff a Weekend Warrior from Nashua,NH

Date Reviewed: July 5, 2006

Strengths:    They took my abuse every other day for two years

Weaknesses:    they broke when i didn't want them too.

Bottom Line:   
I like the wheels just not the price i'd rather pay $100 less for just as good qaulity i don't need the flash and the name. I'm not dissing the wheels they where great but expensive if you ride hard only buy if you want make your rig look cool.

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Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $250.00

Purchased At:   LBS

Similar Products Used:   Sun,Alex,WTB,Mavic

Bike Setup:   Multiple bikes

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Conti - MountainKing or TrailKing

[B]What do you guys think? Which would be better suited for local XC riding. I live in Florida, so we don't have mountains but it is wet a lot and want something with good grip. [/B]Read More »

Atomlab trailking sizing

Just curious how this bike fits. Considering picking up a used 09 frame. It would be for me and my wife for our soon to be pump track. Just a little worried it would be too long for my wife who is 5' 5 Any shorter riders out there riding a trail king? Also ride reports would be appreciatedRead More »

Atomlab Trailking sugestions

I am considering getting a Trailking complete. It is listed as the following through my distributor: Trailking * Atomlab Trailking CroMoly frame with 22.3" toptube * Geometry made to handle like a BMX bike * 69 degree headtube, 70 degree seat tube * 14.5-15.5" chainstays, 13 ... Read More »

AtomLab TrailKing - 14.6in slammed chainstays, w/pics

still waiting on a few more small parts, but here are some pics of the rear wheel slammed in the stays. rear tire is a 26x2.2 Holy Roller. there's about 1/4in clearance in front and on side of the tire. [IMG][/IMG] [IMG]http:/ ... Read More »

another dumb pedal question on bearings quality. trailking/wah wah/ premium slim

So I have it narrowed down to a few pedals. Atomlab trail king - more expensive, 3 pins on back 2 up front, but only 1 on the side. Premium slim - 2 pins front and back and a pin left and right. - look awesome in general Kona Wah Wah - pins all over the place, look best for traction. All thes ... Read More »

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