Alejandro Marques runs through his ride for 2016 along with a lil’ cameo from his dog.
Matt Coplon over at Profile just dropped a bike check with Heresy’s Alexis Desolneux. Hit the link below:
Profile Racing caught up with Deco’s Chad Degroot to check his new 18.9 Tsutomu Kitayama “JACKPOT” signature frame, hit play!
Jean-François Boulianne just got in contact with this latest prototype Quest BMX Battle frame, check out his dialled set up below. Here’s what JFB had to say:
“A few days ago I had the chance to put a new ride together for 2015. The thing I am most excited about is to be one of the test rider for Quest BMX Battle frame. It’s super responsive, lightweight and full of Flatland specifics like front wheel clearance a 19 inch top tube and a short backend. I will tell you more about that frame during the test phase. Here is how my ride looks like:
Frame:Quest BMX Battle Frame prototype
Bars:Quest BMX Miyagi handlebar
Pegs:Quest BMX Turbine pegs
Grips:Odyssey Aaron Ross grips
Stem:Odyssey Lincoln short stem
Fork:Odyssey Zero offset fork
Seat/Pedals: Odyssey Galaxy seat and pedal
Crank:Odyssey Thunderbolt crank
Chain:Odyssey Key chain
Sprocket:Odyssey Fang sprocket
Wheels:Odyssey Aplus wheel set
Tyres:Odyssey Chase-g 1.75 tires
If you have any question about the Quest BMX Battle frame or anything else on my bike contact me through my facebook page www.facebook.com/Jeanfrancoisbouliannebmx
Lisia is killing it with daily edits from the BFWC & Overground contest in Brazil, today it is the turn of Takahiro Ikeda, with a quick look his ride also, enjoy!
Head over to the S&M website for a dope bike check with Chad Johnston plus some rad riding photographs, pegless undertaker anyone? A trick Chad calls the Cherry taker. In related news, a S&M DVD in the works, full parts from all the team….
If you were paying attention to the site last sunday, you will have noticed the Old School Sundays special with Nor Cal flatland legend, Pete Brandt! Back in that 89/90 O-zone period, Pete had one of the most interesting bike set ups with personal modifications. Fast forward to 2014 and Pete just had a well deserved signature frame with WE Bicycles, why not catch up with the man himself and see what he is rolling with!
Frame: WE Bicycles Equation 18.7TT
Fork: KGB Space fork 2 modified
Handlebars: Fenix 4 piece
Barends: Ares Stainless steel coin set
Stem: S & M Redneck FLT Stem
Aheadset: FSA Impact with Quamen cap
Grips: O rings with Gamma tennis racket tape
Brakes: KGB SPACE fork 2 W/ Dia Tech pads
Tyres: Ares A Class 175 hard compound
Tubes: Schwalbe metal shradder
Pegs: DOM Pegs
Seatpost: Thompson Elite
Seatclamp: integrated WE Bicycles
Seat: KHE Wantabe
Chain adjustor: Integrated WE bicycles
Chain: odyssey blue bird chain
Cranks: Quamen 150mm
Chainring: Quamen 16 t
Pedals: Moto Bicycles W/ wooden outer
Rims: Odyssey Aerospace 36
Front hub: Profile Elite
Freecoaster: Infinity 14mm
Spokes: DT swiss
Any modifications on your ride Pete?
Yes, O ring in bottom bracket, cut down drop outs on forks, moded out brake set up to keep it low profile, grinded the edge of the pegs to make them round, silicon in the bars to prevent rust and reduces cracks on the inside of the bars.
Anything specific to you that you must have on your own ride:
Tennis racket tape, 16t sprocket, Ares tires, and everything else!! haha
WE Bicycles,Moto Bicycles, S&M, Fenix, Quamen, Profile, Odyssey, Sequence, Thompson, and SF Art Apparel.
Advice for beginners with their set ups?
My advice is to get a basic set up and find out what direction you want to go. You don’t want to go out and buy and expensive bike right off because there are a lot of options for different kinds of styles.
Dom has a fresh bikecheck over on the Autum website, hit the link for all the details on his 2014 ride!
Terry’s bike is a little different from when we originally filmed this last year, but he’s still running his signature Deco frame and most of the same parts, and there’s still some solid riding clips in here… Better late than never!
(Filmed on May 29, 2013.)
This video is part of my “Better Late Than Never” series… A handful of videos I produced for Alli Sports in 2013 never went online after Alli changed the direction of their YouTube channel, so I did some quick re-edits so the videos could finally get out there.