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Daniel Peñafiel Bike Check

Daniel Peñafiel has a new wip setup, he took some photos for this bike check with his signature frame and bar Tizona, in the translucent flat red, looks nuts isn’t it? Go check it also at FatBMX website.

Frame: mutant TIZONA 20,81
Forks: mutant lobo
Stem: mutant rio top
Headset: mutant
Bars: mutant tizona bars 8,62 high
Grips: mutant
Bar ends: mutant
Seat: mutant gordo
Seatpost: mutant sisten slimy ssc
Sprocket: fly circulo 30 t
Cranks: muntant prototype bionic
BB set: fly
Pedals: vocal plastics
Chain: kmc classic
Front hub: mutant owl v2
Front rim: mutant elecktraa
Front tire: maxxis
Rear hub: mutant hub mk2
Rear rim: mutant elecktraa
Rear tire: maxxis



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Petr Andreev bike check

Our team rider Petr Andreev from Russia has a new wip setup. after one year testing the Imperador frame he decided to check and test the Disco frame. Check out some photos he sent us with his bike setup.

Frame: Disco 2015 (with integrated dropouts)
Fork: rock shox RCT
Stem: blk market
Headset: circlebmx
Bars: spank
Grips: mutant lobo
Bar ends: mutant lobo
Seat: mutant gordo
Seatpost: mutant ssc slimy
Sprocket: mutant caravela
Cranks: pridestreet
BB set: circlebmx
Pedals: odyssey plastic
Chain: shadow halflink
Front hub: xenium
Front rim: mavic 321
Front tire: khe mac 2 dirt
Rear hub: mutant dig with BDR system (prototype)
Rear rim: mavic 321
Rear tire: khe mac 2 dirt

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LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL WITH ANDRES LAINEVOOL, EP. 3

Here’s the 3th episode of EpicTV with Andres Lainevool, words bellow are from EpicTV.
“The guys behind Let the Good Time Roll were thinking about making a ‘day in the life’ with Andres Lainevool, but then they realized the truth: it’s a pretty fake way to show what a person does because nobody really lives like they showcase in those videos. Instead, they decided to trash the concept and dig deeper, to paint a visual and verbal picture of what it’s like to be a rider coming from a small country like Estonia. This is a visual portrait of Andres Lainevool and his life at home in Tartu, Estonia.”

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