We got a peek at it last month but now we have the chance to take a closer look.
As promised, the Eclipse 24 features full cro-mo frame, fork, cranks and bars. Everything is sealed and the wheels are double-walled.
According to Colony, they based this cruiser off their Premise complete bike, just scaled everything up (which is reminiscent of how Sunday developed the Model-C…taking features from their popular 20s and scaling them up).
Before we get into all the nitty-gritty details, here are a few notables that stood out for me: the Eclipse features a 22″ top tube (yeah!) and a relatively steep head angle (at 75.2 degrees).
Another interesting spec (if the parts list is correct…) is the use of 170mm cranks…perhaps to make bar-spin tricks easier?
Here’s the complete parts/spec breakdown:
• Frame: Colony Eclipse Full CroMo, 22.0″ Top Tube, 14.5″ rear, 75.2 Head tube angle, 71 Seat tube angle.
(Extra-wide tire clearance)
• Stand over Height: 10″
• Forks: Colony Full CroMo, tapered legs with one-piece CNC steer tube.
• Brakes: Alloy 990-style
• Lever: Alloy
• Cable: Linear Slick (rear)
• Headset: Integrated
• Stem: Colony Forged Top Load Alloy
• Bars: Colony Full CroMo, 7.75″ x 28″
• Grips: Colony Much Room
• Sprocket: Colony Endeavour Alloy
• Cranks: Colony CroMo Tubular 8 tapered spline, 19mm spindle
• Bottom Bracket: Sealed Mid 19mm
• Pedals: Colony Fantastic Plastic
• Rims: Double Wall 6000 Series Alloy 36h
• Front & Rear Tire: Innova 24×2.125”
• Front Hub: Colony Alloy Female Axle, Full sealed bearing
• Rear Hub: Colony Alloy Cassette, 14mm axle, Full sealed bearing
• Seat/Seatpost: Colony Have Fun Fat Seat/Post Combo
• Weight: just under 25 pounds
It’s looks like a pretty solid complete to me.
What do you think?
(All pics from Colony BMX)