Bmx Racing

Finally got my new frame, a Standard Byke 125-RC 24″ Cruiser Frame

Finally got my new frame, Standard Byke 125-RC 24″ Cruiser Frame and it was cleaner and slimmer than I could’ve imagined!

This week has been a hustle, getting all parts together made me miss two practice sessions but it was worth it even though I’ve been stressed like a bee, but now I’m done!

Here is my bike check:

Frame: 21.5 Standard Byke 125-RC 24″
Fork: Elevn Pro 24
Stem: ANSWER PRO Dual Length Stems
Handelbar: Renthal Moto 24
Grips: Kingstar Diamond 130
Brake: SHIMANO DXR V-broms
Brake lever: Shimano DXR
Brake pads: Shimano Deore
Wheels: Intense, stock wheels 18T
Tires: Tioga Powerblocks 1.75
Cranks: Crupi Rhythm Pro 175
Bottom bracket: Rhythm
Spocket: Renthal Ultralite Single Speed SR4 Gold 41T
Pedals: WELLGO MG1 Magnesium flat
Bar ends: Kingstar
Chain Tensioners: Kingstar Pro
Seat: TIOGA D-spyder S-SPEC Pivotal
Seat post: ELEVN Pivotal Pro 27,2mm
Seat post Clamp: Coalition

Thursday, First try:
To ride this frame was a pure pleasure! The first thing I felt was that the back, chain stay, was shorter than my old frame and that feeling was pretty different in a good way, tighter riding. I nailed my first manuals over the pump section in Kungsbacka, first try. After a few tries I noticed that I had more space to go deeper with my back, my rear wheel didn’t hit me in the back as much as before. It got dark pretty fast so I didn’t get a chance to hit some jumps so I’m planning to do this tomorrow instead. The story about the new bike will continue…

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