Quest BMX Bonsai Bars


Just caught a glimpse of the new Quest Bonsai bars on Steven Lapsley’s FB, that he is currently testing. You can pre-order a set at FlatandFuel… Should be available in early 2016.

Material: 4130 Chromoly with smooth-capped ends and knee-friendly design
Rise: 8.75″
Backsweep: 6 degrees
Upsweep: 3 degrees
Width: 27″
Chrome – 31.36oz / 890g
Black ED – 30.56oz / 860g

Quest Battle Frame available next week!

Quest CEO Danny Sirkin hit me up with the news their new Battle frame are now on route to Flatland Fuel and will available late next week. Check out the official press release below and photographs also!


“With a respectful design nod to Quamen, as well as other reputable frame companies, we set out to bring the "flatland look" back to flat frames. Lots of front end clearance, modern geometry, and all the features you’ve been looking for.”

The Battle from Quest.

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We Bicycles Jesse Puente Sequelibrium Prototype



Just caught this nice bit of product news over on the We Bicycles FB page.

“Sequelibrium Jesse Puente pro-model prototype. 18.8 tt, 12.3 (slammed) rear, 72 seat tube, little quicker 75.3 head angle, Spanish bb. New heat treated drop outs longer axle adjustment and better chain tensioner alignment.”

No word on release date, stay tuned for more news.

KuoppaGomezBikes Soul Rider Prototype!


Viki Gomez posted the new “Soul rider” prototype he and Martti Kuoppa have been working for the return of KuoppaGomezBikes, 19.5 TT, clean double diamond design. Viki is currently testing the frame and rocked up with it at the the Urban Waves Festival contest this weekend in Belgium. The frame is due for release in Spring 2016! Great to see these two legends back in the game together doing their thing, can only be a good thing for flatland. Stay tuned for more news!

Trevor Meyer’s New Custom Flatland Frame!


Matthew Buentiempo, Steve Woodward and Shawn White over at Bizhouse just built Trevor Meyer a custom new frame that Trevor is calling “Trev A Tron 3000″. Shawn was kind enough to send photos and a video beginning initial ideas from Trevor, Shaun’s CAD drawing, welding in the jig and finished product. As you can see, the classic GT front end returns that we all know Trevor used of many years, and a lil’ old school throwback with a CW inspired platform, plenty of room on this frame throughout which makes total sense for a guy of Trevor’s height.
Check the specs and photos below:

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