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Take on the knock, bumps jumps thrills and spills with the Legion L40 BMX Bike from Mongoose, designed for the BMX enthusiast and those who are working their way to the top! This tough machine has been built upon a high-tensile steel frame that offers plenty of confidence around the streets and parks, while the 20” wheelset offers plenty of support. Equipped with a rear alloy u-brake allows you shred off the excess speed and controlled via the alloy brake lever. The Mongoose Leigon L60 has been offered a three piece tubular Cromo 175mm crankset combined with 25x9T drivetrain that offers the perfect strength to weight ratio! With stiff and strong gearing you can power the skate park and streets yet, with lighter components doesn’t leave the bike feeling bogged down. The 8-spline spindle improves pedalling performance and the integrated seat/seat post system provides style, and fundamentally keeps weight down!
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BMX BIKE SIZE GUIDE
BMX bikes are measured in two ways, the size of the wheel (20” is the standard BMX Wheel size) and the length of the frame which is gauged by the top tube measurement which we have also simplified for you into XS, Small, Medium etc categories.
Below is a guide to what size you should be looking for. note there is some overlap in sizes as personal preference also comes into the equation.