Kizer Element II frames – Bowl lines with Chris Calkins
from Kizer Frames on 31 Jul 2019
Kizer Element II aluminum UFS frames – Bowl lines with Chris Calkins – California skatepark lines for days from Chris Calkins on his new 68-60-60-68 Kizer Element II flat setup.
filmed by Joey Lunger
edit by Jeremy Soderburg
Location- Houghton Park – Long Beach, California
6061 extruded AL body
casted AL interchangeable grindblock
260mm wheel base
1-piece steel axles
KIZER ELEMENT II frame – 800315
The KIZER ELEMENT II is the latest addtion to the Kizer frame family. It is completely made out of aluminum for maximum energy transfer and designed specifically for high speed park or bowl skating and coping grinds. The UFS frame body has an extruded profile and has been CNC manufactured to perfection. The frame will take a maximum flat set up wheel size of 68mm-60mm-60mm-68mm. For a flat setup it will also take a 64-56-56-64 setup and of course other various antirocker options. Due to the frame being built super low for enhanced stability. It’s possible that the front and rear wheels could touch your soulplate, so check before and if necessary grind some material off the central channel of your soul plate to create ‘Wheel wells’. This design allows your skate setup to feel as close as possible to the ground, providing a lower center of gravity giving you the best balance for all your tricks. The wheels are fixed with single steel axles and have integrated CNC bearing bosses. The interchangeable grindblock is made out of casted aluminum and wraps perfectly around the wheels to help prevent any wheel bites. The groove is perfectly shaped to lock on to all your grinds straight out the box. To create the lighest weight aluminum frame, the excess material has been cut off and recess lines on top and side have been added.