DMR Sect frame in matte tango
DMR Sect frame in matte black
DMR dirt jump frame in matte tango
Matte black dirt jump frame
DMR Sect frame for dirt jumps
DMR Sect dirt jump frame
DMR Sect frame
DMR Sect dirt jump frame
DMR Sect
DMR Sect dirt jump frame

Sect

The DMR SECT is our purist dirt jump frame. It’s geometry is built around steeper, faster trails and bigger tricks



DMR Sect 2013

Description Price Due In Quantity
DMR - Sect Frame - Black/Camo 2 In Stock Price: £299.99
DMR - Sect Frame - Infra-Red/Camo 4 Weeks+ Price: £299.99
DMR - Sect 2 Frame - 24 - Black/Camo 3 In Stock Price: £299.99
DMR - Sect 2 Frame - 24 - Infra-Red/Camo 7 In Stock Price: £299.99

• 24" and 26" sizes available.
• Short rear end (390mm) perfect for Spins and Flips
• 69º Head angle for stability on high speed trails
• Great toe clearance for barspins and X-Ups
• Low standover for Two foot cans and Tailwhips

• Heat treated, double butted cro-mo tube-set
• DMR Investment cast tapered head tube
• EU BB
• Super short rear end
• Extra sticker sets to customise your frame.
• Patented Taperlock dropouts [No tugs needed, Wheel can't move]
• Seat clamp 30.0

Taperlock explained here

• 2.37kgs
• The DMR Sect dirt jump frame is available in Matte Black or Matte Tango.
• Mech Hanger available for geared builds.
• Geared Mech Hanger available and sold separately.

69º HEAD ANGLE | 71º SEATTUBE ANGLE | 570MM TOPTUBE LENGTH | 652MM FRONT CENTRE | 390MM REAR CENTRE | 1041MM WHEELBASE | 115MM HEADTUBE LENGTH | 330MM SEATTUBE LENGTH

“The DMR Sect frame is a culmination of years of experience building frames and riding dirt. Every part of the bike has been re-thought, from front to back: The tapered head tube is light and stiff and allows the use of lighter and stiffer forks. The head angle is 69º – the magic number for stability at speed and easy spinning. You feel real safe spinning big jumps, not too twitchy. The front end of the bike allows room for barspins, we made sure that you don’t have to move your feet, even with 175 cranks. For the stand over we wanted to show as little post as possible without having the seat touch the rear wheel. This is purely aesthetic but makes a difference in the appearance of your build. Its still super low for can tricks and tables. The rear end is obviously as short as possible, making the bike easy to spin and fun to manual and throw around. Its finished off with taper lock dropouts – No need to run tugs and your wheel can never move in the dropout, no matter how big you case. All of this is built from DMR heat treated, double butted Chromo and weighs in at 2.37kgs” Olly Wilkins, Team rider/Brand manager

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