Author Topic: Specialized P20 - good for flatland?  (Read 732 times)

Offline hotnuts73

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Re: Specialized P20 - good for flatland?
« Reply #15 on: May 22, 2020, 06:44:44 PM »
That specialized looks fine ,once you add a front brake, gyro and some pegs you will be good to go. The geometry is not bad with a 75 degree headtube angle with 31mm fork offset that is pretty good .it has 13.5 inch chainstays which some people think is a bit long but I think it's fine, I have size 14 feet I can't have my chainstay length any shorter than 13.5. You will have to a gyro installed be aware that the does not have gyro tabs so the headset fitted tabs will have to be installed. You will to get a caliper brake as the forks can not take 990s. If you factor in the parts you need it may be more economical to buy a second hand bike that is complete.