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#1 2013-01-05 10:26pm

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Supercross DTT freestyle frame

Yet another frame I didn't know existed!  This one has a pretty awesome selection of paint schemes too.

Chrome, White/Chrome, Neon Green/Chrome, Radberry/Black(?!) and Inferno Red/Black plus a decent selection of sizes.

The Supercross Extension frame is based off of our popular Passion Freestyle frame, but has an old school throw back with it’s dual top tube design. It is a Full Seamless Cro-mo construction with a full post weld heat treat. The Headtube is a Cro-mo Campy Integrated with a CNC’d SX logo on the front. BB is a CNC’d Cro-mo MID Shell. Dropouts are Backside CNC’d Laser Cut Cro-mo. The Extension, like the Passion has all removeable brake hardware and gyro tabs. it is available in 4 size, 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″ TT lengths. Colors are Chrome, White, Neon Green, Radberry and Inferno Red.

http://supercrossbmx.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/LargeMainExtension.jpg

http://supercrossbmx.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/supercross_extension1.jpg

http://store.supercrossbmx.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/1/8/185612_10150189602589186_2321067_n.jpg

http://store.supercrossbmx.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/1/8/188522_10150189602474186_2633932_n.jpg

http://store.supercrossbmx.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/1/8/185612_10150189602589186_2321067_n.jpg

http://store.supercrossbmx.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/e/x/extensiondropouts.jpg

http://store.supercrossbmx.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/e/x/extensionheadtube.jpg

http://store.supercrossbmx.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/e/x/extensionchromeicon.jpg



http://supercrossbmx.com/products/extension

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#2 2013-01-06 10:04am

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

I had heard of one but had never seen it, very cool! I think someone remembers their RL-20II from bitd, hence the "Radberry" color big_smile cool


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#3 2013-01-06 10:47am

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That's cool. Needs a sticker swap!


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#4 2013-01-06 3:19pm

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

franticbmx wrote:

That's cool. Needs a sticker swap!

Yes the stickers just dont cut it!
Here is a pic of mine in the Museum in Radberry! I ordered red and got Radberry and decided to keep it!
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#5 2013-01-06 4:37pm

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

I didn't think to check the museum before I posted.  That's a really nice looking bike.

How do you like it?  Ride good?

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#6 2013-01-06 4:59pm

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OldYeller wrote:

I didn't think to check the museum before I posted.  That's a really nice looking bike.

How do you like it?  Ride good?

I actually havent rode it yet. I built it during recovery from knee replacement surgery, now I'm cleared to ride its all cold and snowy outside. Ill prolly head to the indoor park in the next couple weeks now the holidays are over.  I expect it to ride great!


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#7 2013-01-06 5:05pm

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ground2air wrote:

I actually havent rode it yet. I built it during recovery from knee replacement surgery, now I'm cleared to ride its all cold and snowy outside. Ill prolly head to the indoor park in the next couple weeks now the holidays are over.  I expect it to ride great!

Man, that sucks.  Glad you're up to it again.

Not that it really matters to me, but Supercross builds some in the US and some overseas.  Any idea where they build these?

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#8 2013-01-06 5:09pm

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There is also this green one in the museum.

I'm torn between red, radberry and green.

http://bmxmuseum.com/image/1_copy331_blowup.jpg

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#9 2013-01-06 5:21pm

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That green is awesome. Man.....they are pretty pricey.


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#10 2013-01-06 5:32pm

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Hatebreeder wrote:

That green is awesome. Man.....they are pretty pricey.

Compared to some of the stuff that sells here or customs, they aren't insanely overpriced.  They do cost though.

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#11 2013-01-06 6:44pm

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That green is awesome. Man.....they are pretty pricey.

When I bought mine they were on closeout for $279 frame only and $50 more for the green/chrome or white/chrome. I love the green and now wish I would have shelled out the other $50.  They said they  got tired of fighting with Haro and stopped production so whats left is it, when there gone there colectables. hmm


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#12 2013-01-06 6:46pm

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279.00 was a killer deal. It looks like its 450.00 for the green and chrome one now.


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#13 2013-01-06 7:04pm

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ground2air wrote:

Hatebreeder wrote:

That green is awesome. Man.....they are pretty pricey.

When I bought mine they were on closeout for $279 frame only and $50 more for the green/chrome or white/chrome. I love the green and now wish I would have shelled out the other $50.  They said they  got tired of fighting with Haro and stopped production so whats left is it, when there gone there colectables. hmm

Damn, what a deal!  $279!

This is really pissing me off.  Haro complains about a green frame with DTT, Bully complains about a two-tone bashguard Subrosa.

I see the resemblance, but come on!

Makes me not want to buy any of their stuff anymore.  Time to put them on the do-not-buy list.

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#14 2013-01-07 7:14am

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OldYeller wrote:

ground2air wrote:

Hatebreeder wrote:

That green is awesome. Man.....they are pretty pricey.

When I bought mine they were on closeout for $279 frame only and $50 more for the green/chrome or white/chrome. I love the green and now wish I would have shelled out the other $50.  They said they  got tired of fighting with Haro and stopped production so whats left is it, when there gone there colectables. hmm

Damn, what a deal!  $279!

This is really pissing me off.  Haro complains about a green frame with DTT, Bully complains about a two-tone bashguard Subrosa.

I see the resemblance, but come on!

Makes me not want to buy any of their stuff anymore.  Time to put them on the do-not-buy list.

This used to piss me off too! The problems are Supercrosses graphics on the green and white are too close to Haro's designs. I guess their complaint was about the decals. The Subrosa was just to much of a Bully copy. The people that spent money and bought the rights to the bashguard frame prolly don't want someone to make copys and sell them to their potential market. I can see their argument. As far as Haro going after everyone for repoping their graphics for real Haros. My comment for Haro would be "Make them availible yourself or leave the people making copys alone!" People are using them to restore bikes and proudly show their Haro's.


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#15 2013-01-07 7:23am

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

This frame seems way too long even in the shortest top tube length to be considered a freestyle frame by todays standards. Those top tube lengths are street frame sizes in the flatland world 19.5 is considered a really long top tube length. What`s the head tube angle and chainstay length on these frames ????


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#16 2013-01-07 8:39am

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

suicidepan wrote:

This frame seems way too long even in the shortest top tube length to be considered a freestyle frame by todays standards. Those top tube lengths are street frame sizes in the flatland world 19.5 is considered a really long top tube length. What`s the head tube angle and chainstay length on these frames ????

I don't think most people even use the term "freestyle frame" anymore.  Isn't that Supercross kind of showing that they aren't used to the market?

I took it as "non-race frame" because to me it seems more like a park/street frame.

If I do get one I'll probably go with a 20.5" because I do ride flatland primarily these days.

Honestly the Subrosa DTT is a better fit for me, especially the chainstay length, but that chrome and green just looks SO nice.

The supercross is:
20.5″ - 21.25" TT
13.25″ CS
74.5º HA
11.6″ BB height
71º SA

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#17 2013-01-07 9:21am

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

OldYeller wrote:

suicidepan wrote:

This frame seems way too long even in the shortest top tube length to be considered a freestyle frame by todays standards. Those top tube lengths are street frame sizes in the flatland world 19.5 is considered a really long top tube length. What`s the head tube angle and chainstay length on these frames ????

I don't think most people even use the term "freestyle frame" anymore.  Isn't that Supercross kind of showing that they aren't used to the market?

I took it as "non-race frame" because to me it seems more like a park/street frame.

If I do get one I'll probably go with a 20.5" because I do ride flatland primarily these days.

Honestly the Subrosa DTT is a better fit for me, especially the chainstay length, but that chrome and green just looks SO nice.

The supercross is:
20.5″ - 21.25" TT
13.25″ CS
74.5º HA
11.6″ BB height
71º SA

Have you considered the new St Martin TEN ???? I have a chrome one and it`s by far the nicest twin top tube flatland frame on the market right now. It is a true flatland frame not a hybrid , flatland fuel has them in stock now.  http://flatlandfuel.com/stmartin2013tenframe.aspx

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#18 2013-01-07 9:42am

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

suicidepan wrote:

Have you considered the new St Martin TEN ???? I have a chrome one and it`s by far the nicest twin top tube flatland frame on the market right now. It is a true flatland frame not a hybrid , flatland fuel has them in stock now.  http://flatlandfuel.com/stmartin2013tenframe.aspx

That's a cool frame, but I don't really like super short chainstays.  That's one of the main reasons I sold my Intrikat, it just felt to easy to lean slightly back and loop out.

I also like a little longer (19.5 or so) top tube, but I'm pretty sure I could live with a little longer than that.

Bikes that are more versatile are more appealing to me than having two bikes for specific types of riding.  Blame my OS roots wink

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#19 2013-01-07 3:38pm

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

with a 28mm stem and minimal offset forks a 20" top tube frame works awesome for me! i ride a 19.5" frame with nearly full offset forks(28mm) and a lil redneck(48mm) stem currently. it took me years to find exactly the set up that works best for me. tiny flat specific frames arent for me, or tons of other "freestyle" guys. same for zero offset forks, not for me, and not for every flat rider even. i run street bars instead of flatland bars, because i like the 10 degrees of sweep. my buddy rides a 20.5" frame for flatland. everyones needs and preferences are different. its freestyle, do whatcha like! ride what works for you.


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#20 2013-01-07 7:34pm

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My buddy has a chrome 20.5. It rides nice. I'd love to get one myself.

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#21 2013-01-07 8:19pm

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

what kind of bars are on the green one?

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#22 2013-01-07 8:36pm

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When I grow up, I wanna be an RL-20II!


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#23 2013-01-08 5:55am

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what kind of bars are on the green one?

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#24 2013-01-08 9:40am

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Re: Supercross DTT freestyle frame

Anybody know the weight on these frames?  I haven't seen it listed.

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#25 2013-01-08 2:52pm

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Hey, the $279 sale is still on!

The Supercross web store is wrong, when you do the add to cart it charges full price.

I called them and got the last 20.5" green/chrome one for $279 + $50 for the chrome finish.

That's a hell of a deal if you want one, but there aren't many left.

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