BES (the Devil) is a signature line of the Bespaliy brothers. This name was chosen for a reason – it is the nickname of their father, which also perfectly conveys the behavior of this frame. Max wanted a quick, responsive frame with a high standover for barspinning. We shortened the rear end, raised the standover and left the BB below the standard. The result was an explosive, fast, and even insane frame. Exactly what the real BES (the Devil) should be.

 

rear end 12,66″
standover height 9,22″
BB height 11,5″

BES (the Devil) is a pro line of the Bespaliy brothers. This name was chosen for a reason – it is the nickname of their father, which also perfectly conveys the behavior of this frame. Max wanted a quick, responsive frame with a high standover for barspinning. We shortened the rear end, raised the standover and left the BB below the standard. The result was an explosive, fast, and even insane frame. Exactly what the real BES (the Devil) should be.

All of our frames have internal gussets. This is a very expensive and at the same time very effective technology. In the picture on the left, you can clearly see that the inner gusset is twice bigger than the outer one. They effect the strength even more.


The inner gusset is not exactly a gusset. In fact, the tube is milled in a special way, which allows us to leave the right amount of metal only above the top tube and only under the down tube. This way, it adds strength and reduces weight.

If you have been riding a BMX for a long time, you probably saw a lot of broken frames in the spot where the seat stays are attached to the top tube. But we guarantee that there was not any STRS frames among them, because we’ve been putting a gusset between the seat stays since we had made the very first frame. This gusset not only makes the rear triangle much stronger, but also helps to redistribute the load from one seat stay to another one, to the standover and to the top tube.

The Bespaliy brothers love the crankarm grind, and the crankarm grind likes to leave big dents on the down tube of the frame. To solve this problem once and for all, we heat-treated the down tube. And to prevent cracks on the junction of the heat-treated tubes (the BB and the headtube are also heat-treated), we added an additional inner gusset to the down tube.

All of our frames have internal gussets. This is a very expensive and at the same time very effective technology. In the picture on the left, you can clearly see that the inner gusset is twice bigger than the outer one. They effect the strength even more.

The inner gusset is not exactly a gusset. In fact, the tube is milled in a special way, which allows us to leave the right amount of metal only above the top tube and only under the down tube. This way, it adds strength and reduces weight.


If you have been riding a BMX for a long time, you probably saw a lot of broken frames in the spot where the seat stays are attached to the top tube. But we guarantee that there was not any STRS frames among them, because we’ve been putting a gusset between the seat stays since we had made the very first frame. This gusset not only makes the rear triangle much stronger, but also helps to redistribute the load from one seat stay to another one, to the standover and to the top tube.


The Bespaliy brothers love the crankarm grind, and the crankarm grind likes to leave big dents on the down tube of the frame. To solve this problem once and for all, we heat-treated the down tube. And to prevent cracks on the junction of the heat-treated tubes (the BB and the headtube are also heat-treated), we added an additional inner gusset to the down tube.


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Specifications:

Lifetime warranty since 2020

Japanese SANKO tubes (Crmo 4130)
no brake mounts
heat-treated headtube, BB, dropouts and down tube
inner gussets
gusset between seat stays
colors: matt black, matt raw, matt pink and military green

size 20,25″; 20,5″; 20,75″; 21″;
rear end 12,66″;
standover 9,22″;
BB height 11,5″;
headtube angle 75,5º;
seattube angle 71º;
MID BB

weight 2200 grams


This year the BES frame is available in three colors: dark clear raw, matte beige and matte black. We are especially proud of the dark clear raw; you should not confuse it with the usual clear raw – it is a different and much more interesting color.


Features:

Lifetime warranty since 2020

Japanese SANKO tubes (Crmo 4130)
no brake mounts
heat-treated headttube, BB, dropouts and down tube
inner gussets
a gusset between seat stays
colors: matte black, matt raw, matt pink and military green

size 20,25″; 20,5″; 20,75″; 21″;
rear end 12,66″;
standover 9,22″;
BB height 11,5″;
headtube angle 75,5º;
seattube angle 71º;
MID BB

weight 2200 grams