Cult Corey Walsh Frame Review


Corey Walsh is an animal, and he deserves a lot in the bmx world. This frame was made for him because not many BMX frames are big enough for the riding he does. The specs are set so that anyone who rides this frame will feel in complete control.

21.8″ Top Tube

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Corey Walsh Signature

Cult Corey Walsh Frame Overview

Corey Walsh signature frame from Cult, he needed a bigger frame to do what he does… So here it is… 

Made from 100% cult classic tubing along with top and down tube gussets for increased strength. Along with an integrated headtube and externally machined mid-BB shell, investment cast Seatpost clamp and seat stay bridge, tapered seat stays with room for 2.40” tires, S-bend chainstays with removable brake mounts and investment cast heat-treated dropouts

From Fit

Cult Corey Walsh Frame Specs

Price: $349.99 from sourcebmx

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Sizes

  • 20.75″
  • 21″
  • 21.5″
  • 21.8″

Learn about frame sizes here

Specs

MATERIAL: Full 4130 Chromoly
HEAD TUBE ANGLE: 74.5° – Learn About Head Tube Angle Here
SEAT TUBE ANGLE: 71°
CHAIN STAY LENGTH: 13.8-14.1” – Learn About Chain Stays Here
BB HEIGHT: 11.5”
WHEEL SIZE: 20″
STANDOVER HEIGHT: 9″
DROPOUT SIZE: 14mm
HEADSET TYPE: Integrated
BB TYPE: Mid
BRAKE MOUNTS: Brakeless
GYRO TABS: N/A
WEIGHT: TBC


Cult Corey Walsh Frame Geometry

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A: Top Tube Length: 20.75″, 21″, 21.5″ or 21.8″ – Learn what size is right for you here.

Good size options for all tall riders.

B: Chain Stay Length: 13.8” to 14.1″ – Learn About Chain Stays Here

This is a super long frame. It will give you a lot of control for flowing bowls.

C: Head Tube Angle: 74.5º – Learn About Head Tube Angles Here

Steep head tube angles make the bike “snappy” meaning more responsive to fast turns.

A less steep head tube gives you more control.

D: Seat Tube Angle: 71°

E: Bottom Bracket Height: 11.5″

F: Stand over height: 9″

This is a tall standover. A tall standover gives you more control with barspins and t-bogs.

Conclusion

You need to watch Corey Walsh ride to really understand how this frame is different. He has a crazy style of going fast and going high. He doesn’t do many tricks though. That is why the Walsh frame so long. With the long top tube and chainstays, this frame will give you a lot more control while getting rid of any responsiveness.

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