Usually, a companies’ bike line will range from about $300-$1000. They go up in quality with each price increase. Kink’s most expensive bike this year maxes out at around $750. While this is a ton of money, it is a pro-level bike. So it is built to last.
2021 Kink Line Prices
|2021 Kink Curb||$289||⛔️|
|2021 Kink Launch||$329||⛔️|
|2021 Kink Gap||$399||⛔️|
|2021 Kink Whip||$439||✅|
|2021 Kink Switch||$499||✅|
|2021 Kink Cloud||$599||✅|
|2021 Kink Williams||$749||✅|
2021 Kink Williams
The Kink Williams is the flagship model in our line and our only signature bike with Kink Pro team rider Nathan Williams. The Williams is a no-compromises bike, that gets as close to Nathan’s personal ride as possible with a much more friendly price tag. Stacked with aftermarket parts, and superior manufacturing and materials, the Williams bike is the best of the best in BMX, no question. The bright Gloss Mirror Red colorway is truly unique and shows off the craftsmanship of the frame.
The frame itself features both a double-butted toptube and downtube and is paired up to aftermarket Kink Foundation II forks with a short 26mm offset, and aftermarket Kink Williams 9.25” rise heat-treated bars. The impressive aftermarket components list continues with the Cinema Rewind 25t sprocket, Cinema Sync half-link chain, Cinema Williams 2.5” tires, and Cinema Martinez stem. The 2021 Williams also features Kink Ridge 48-spline cranks, Cinema ZX wheelset with four nylon hub guards, and four Cinema C4 pegs, so this bike is truly ready to ride straight out of the box.
Williams Frame Geometry
This is a long toptube.
Perfect for riders that are tall between 5′ 11″ to 6′ 2″
This is a medium chainstay. It will give you a good balance of responsiveness and control.
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: 11.7″
F: Stand over height: 9″
This is a tall standover.
A tall standover gives you more stability and will make bars, and t-bogs easier.
Why is it so expensive?
Kink put a ton of after market parts on this bike. This will ensure that all parts last a lot longer compared to the cheaper options.
|FORKS: Kink Foundation II (4130 Chromoly)|
|BARS: Kink Williams 9.25″ (4130 Chromoly)|
|STEM: Cinema Martinez 48mm|
|FRONT HUB: Cinema ZX (sealed)|
|BRAKES: Mission Token Lever, L4 Cable, Cease V2 Brakes|
|REAR HUB: Cinema ZX Sealed Freecoaster|
|FRONT & REAR RIM: Cinema 444|
|TIRES: Cinema Williams|
|SPROCKET: Cinema Rewind 25t|
|PEDALS: Cinema CK|
All of these parts are strong and “aftermarket“. Meaning that they will outlast most other general complete bikes. I have ranked this as a “pro-level” bike. Pro-level bikes can hold up even if a pro hops on it. That’s why it’s a crazy expensive bike.