As soon as we sat down with Dillon Lloyd to discuss a signature line of parts, we knew it was destined to be something truly indestructible and a real WeThePeople classic. The BUCK line was based around Dillon's blend of progressive technical riding and all-out savagery with a taller 9.25" standover and a shorter 13.2" chainstay. - Ovalized, dent-resistant chain stays - Taller, 127mm extended headtube for fewer spacers with an uncut fork - Wider rear triangle allows clearance for a 2.50" tire - Extruded top tube with integrated threads for cable guides - Frame comes drilled for Pivot-3 type removable brake mounts, but brake hardware is NOT included - Slim profile integrated seat clamp with 6mm hex - Top and down tube gussets
The Williams frame is Nathan Williams' first signature frame from Kink and features modern street geometry while retaining a classic look. Despite the classic look though, the frame features several subtle details that should not be overlooked. The steeper 75.5-degree headtube is responsive, and the short 12.75" chainstay length makes the frame nimble without compromising on tire clearance; fitting up to 2.5" tires. The double butted toptube and downtube with gussets on both, ensure plenty of strength in the front end while the chainstay and seatstay bridge designs allot for generous tire clearance while adding as much stiffness as possible. Nathan's frame of course comes standard with integrated seat post clamp, integrated chain tensioners, and removable brake mounts. Additional details like the custom seatstay bridge badge inlay, and interior dropout knurling round out both the good looks and serious functionality of the Williams frame.
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