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2019 Zeke XLT: two new colorways

9 04 2018

Stolen mixed things up with two new colorway options for the 2019 Stolen Zeke XLT.

One option is an eye-popping “yellow jacket” colorway.

I’m not sure if they took cues from some of the race frames out there currently…but that yellow, along with the new graphics, definitely reminded of that.

The second option is definitely more stealth. “Black with Urban Camo”. The urban camo part comes from the black & white camo tires on this version. An interesting look for sure!

The Zeke XLT is all Cro-mo, features 100% sealed components and 48-spline cranks, and now sports a new longer 300mm Pivotal post for you to raise up if you just want to sit and cruise (or wheelie).

Get the full spec breakdown here.

I think I’m more partial to the yellow colorway.

What do you think?

 

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Stolen releases the 26 inch Zeke bike

9 05 2014

From checking out the prototype at Interbike, to getting news it would be released in the spring, to this week when it finally arrived in bike shops and online retailers (like Dan’s Comp), the 26-inch Stolen Zeke bike has been on our radar.

And its definitely been worth the wait!

2014-ZEKEComplementing Stolen’s 24-inch offerings, this bike is set up ready to shred.

Check out these specs:

  • 74.5° head tube
  • 72° seat tube
  • 22.25” top tube
  • 16.1” chain stay
  • 12.5” seat tube height
  • 13.8” bottom bracket height 

The deets:

  • Chromoly main frame and chromoly fork w/ one-piece steerer
  • Semi-sealed cassette w/ double wall Revolver rims
  • STLN 26×2.2“ tires
  • Aftermarket MOB cranks
  •  6.75” handlebars, TIG welded
  • Stratos top load stem

From what I understand, a lot of these are already spoken for…so if the Zeke is something you’re into, contact your Stolen dealer today to see if they have one in stock. (Dan’s seems to have some for the time being too.)