Polygon Rogue Series
What size are the wheels?
This model is fitted with 20 inch wheels.
What riding style is this geometry intended for?
The Polygon Rogue is the ideal Freestyle bike for BMX and DirtJump use.
What groupset is this bike equipped with?
The Rogue is a single speed BMX.
What brakes is this bike equipped with?
This year’s Rogue also comes with front and rear Tektro rim brakes for increased control.
Does this bike come in any other colours?
Yes, the Rogue comes in Black or Blue colour schemes.
Does this bike come with any other specs?
No, the Rogue does not come in any other spec. IMPORTANT: Sometimes factory will change the spec of the bike to something of similar or better quality, usually without any notice, this is to ensure customers are riding bikes instead of waiting for the correctly spec’d component to become available.
How wide are the handlebars?
The handlebars are 670mm wide.
What's the stem length?
The stem length is 50mm.
What's the bikes' frame material?
The bike is light, with its heat treated alloy frame, dripping with alloy components and alloy rims. In fact, the bike weighs only 9.9 kilograms - making it just that much easier pedal, manoeuvre, and balance.
What's the bikes' wheels’ material and how wide are the rims?
The Rogue is fitted with Alloy Single Wall 36h.
Can I take this bike on downhill trails?
No, this bike is designed for Dirt Jumps and BMX riding.
Can I take this bike to the bike park?
Definitely you can, the Rogue is designed for jumps, hops or any fun lines that bike parks will have. Just note that this bike design only for jumps lines with smooth surfaces focussed on the BMX segment.
What tyres does this bike come equipped with and what size?
To keep the bike rolling and hopping, the Rogue's Deli S-199 20x1.95" tyres will give you traction and grip regardless of where you are riding.
Does this bike come with pedals?
The Rogue comes with nylon flat platform pedals.
Can I fit a bottle cage in this frame?
No, due to the BMX frame geometry, there is not enough space for a bottle cage.
What tyre pressure should I run?
Tyre pressures are subjective to each individual rider, we suggest you find a suitable tyre pressure best suited to the terrain you commonly ride.
What riding category is this bike intended for?
For the Rogue, in accordance with Polygon's classification, these bikes belong to bike class 6. You can read more about the various classifications here.