Total BMX is a UK brand synonymous with high level ramp riding. Deeply involved with BMX trick progression, sponsoring some of the most influential ramp riders on the scene today, Total has remained a popular brand for clear reasons. Integral to the brand itself is the Total Hangover frame – Alex Coleborn’s signature rig. Perfectly matched to Coleborn’s style of fast, technical park riding, it’s seen a number of revisions over the years and is now even better than ever.
“This is the latest version of Alex Coleborn’s signature frame that has been a best seller over the last few years. We made some small changes, some visible and some internal which will make a big difference to the performance and strength of the frame. It’s a finely tuned beast.” –Total BMX
“The primary goal of the Total Hangover is to make the most mind-bending ramp tricks possible by being small, short, light and responsive.”
Apart from the wacky seatclamp, you’ll also notice that this frame is low. With a standover of a mere 7.3”, this is not a vision of comfort and stability – but it’s not meant to be. Its primary goal is to make the most mind-bending ramp tricks possible by being small, short, light and responsive. On the subject of short, this is the only frame we reviewed with a 19.8” top tube option.