Eastern Mad Dog (2010)
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Good bike for freestyling, very maneuverable. Glides right over obstacles, very smooth ride. Shock absorption in the front forks make landings stable and smooth.
The Cons:Smaller riders have a hard time maneuvering. Doesn't pick up speed very quicky, crank needs replacing. Frame is a bit weak, can be cracked with serious use.
The Eastern Mad Dog is a premium model in the Eastern MTB series of BMXs. This is a bike made for riding in a variety of environments. The handlebars on the Eastern Mad Dog are 4130 chromoly measuring 2.5" x 25", with a 10 degree sweep.
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These handlebars are made to withstand any environment and allow the rider some degree of comfort even when things get dicey. The Eastern Mad Dog also comes equipped with the Eastern Ohsit padded Pitotal seat. This comfortable seat is an important feature for the rider who rides uncharted territory, where it might get bumpy or uneven. The Eastern plastic pedals that come stock on the Eastern Mad Dog help ensure that the rider can keep moving forward even when the terrain is rough. There have not been many reviews of the Eastern Mad Dog, or of the Eastern series of BMXs in general.
- Integrated seatpost clamp
- Eastern Fuquay Flyer grips
- Eastern MTB cassette hub
- 12T driver
- Sealed bearing internal headset
- Sealed bearing mid bottom bracket
- Medusa sprocket
- Double-walled 36H rear rim
- Single-walled 36H front rim
User Reviews (3)
good bike for freestyling, very maneuverable
glides right over obstacles, very smooth ride
shock absorption in the front forks make landings stable and smooth
smaller riders have a hard time maneuvering
doesn't pick up speed very quicky, crank needs replacing
frame is a bit weak, can be cracked with serious use
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