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2014 Liquid Feedback V2 24" Frame


United States


2014 Liquid Feedback V2 24" BMX Frame

  • Designed by Liquid Bicycle Co. in Ventura, CA (
  • Handcrafted by Solid Bikes in Sacramento, CA (
  • Designed for trails/park/street
  • Available on December 5, 2013
  • It's a cruiser frame, so it's designed to run 24" wheels
  • Lighter, stiffer, and sexier than the previous model - but with the same proven geometry
  • Newly designed chain stays - to improve tire/sprocket clearance and stiffen the rear end
  • Short chain stay length - some of the shortest available on the 24" frame
  • New custom laser cut bridges between the stays
  • True temper 4130 chromoly tubes
  • Double butted top and down tubes
  • Externally butted seat tube
  • Liquid Flow chain stays
  • Prominently featured in the "Trick Stuff" section of the April 2014 issue of BMX Plus!
  • Top tube length (TT): 22" or 22.3"
  • Bottom bracket height (BB): 12.7"
  • Chain stay length (CS): 14.25"
  • Head tube angle (HT): 74°
  • Seat tube angle (SA): 72°
  • Seat tube length (ST): 9.15" center to center
  • 14mm dropout slot
  • Mid bottom bracket
  • Integrated headset
  • Non-removable u-brake mounts
  • 30 tooth max sprocket clearance
  • 2.3" rear tire clearance
  • Weight: 5 lbs.
  • Colors: root beer (trans-brown), raw with clear coat, satin black
  • MSRP: $399.00 USD
  • Can be purchased directly from Liquid Bikes - cut out the middleman and buy factory direct ( … -bmx-frame)
  • Made in the USA

About Liquid Bicycles:

  • A small rider-owned company
  • Based out of Ventura, CA
  • Started in 2009 (approx.) - the first set of frames/bars were available in Dec. 2009 (approx.)
  • Company started by Jeremy Combs - a really good trail rider and Koala trails local in Ventura, CA (
  • Frame made in order to offer "freestyle" (trail/park/street) BMX riders a quality 24" cruiser frame
  • Before the Liquid "Feedback" frame, most cruisers had either BMX racing inspired geometry or freakishly high bottom brackets
  • Original frame design was created with 'feedback' from actual riders, along with Jeremy's vast bike knowledge
  • Demand was for short chain stays, a steeper head tube angle, a top tube long enough for big riders, and a bottom bracket that was higher than a normal race cruiser, but not so high to make the bike awkward and unstable to ride

Page Created: 7/15/2014  ----->  Info Updated: 7/16/2014
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Submitted by pharv85 (View all 392 posts)

  • Posted 7/16/2014
  • Updated 7/21/2014
  • Comments

    Nice, I really like both my Liquid frames. top notch stuff..thanks 4 posting!

    So they went out of business already?

    Really wanted a feedback


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