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Offline rideflat43

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Mutt's Bike Setup
« on: March 29, 2020, 07:54:13 AM »

Mutt's Current Bike Setup


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Motel Works Frame and Fork-Black
Brickhouse Shorty Mutt Stem-Black
Hammer Gyro Cover..Thank you Robert aka RL-Red
Odyssey G3 Detangler Gyro
Odyssey shorty upper Pro Flatland cable and reg. lower cable
Ryal Goods Dylan Worlsey Bars..26" width/6.75" Height-Black
Brickhouse Knobbley Bar Ends
KHE 32 SPK Black Wheels-Front and Back
Premium Bikes Tubular Light Pegs..Front and Back
KHE 1.75 Premium Tires
Profile 165mm Magnesium Cranks with Titanium Spindle-Silver
Ryal Goods 28T spocket-Black
KMZ Z410 Chain-Black
Odyssey Platform Neon Green Pedals
Brakes-Front and Back-Dia-Tech AD 996 Hombre with Fiesta Upgrade/Gold bling bling front
MacNeil Travis Collier Pivotal Seat
Odyssey Pivotal Seatpost


WEIGHT.. 19.5 LBS



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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2020, 12:13:58 PM »
Nice setup Mutt.  :mellow:

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2020, 03:05:04 PM »
Sweet ride, liking the custom Mutt graphics

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #3 on: March 29, 2020, 07:20:16 PM »
 Very nice Mutt  :beer:


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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #4 on: March 29, 2020, 07:55:48 PM »

The Fugutives sticker and Mutt's Flatland is something
that I thought would be cool.McGraw and Huffman
had this on their top tube..either McGraw or Huffman
Flatland,so yeah it is a cool idea,I saw at the One Love
Jam.


The one top tube sticker is a Picasso type Mutt stickers
that I cut up and part of the original sticker are cut and
of course the Cheap Goods Bmx shop sticker as I have
to support Gabe,who we ride with back in the days in
Walnut Creek and are both Fugitives..Flatland Fugitives
and Walnut Creek City fugutives..long story on that!


There are original parts on the bike that you cannot get anymore
and are top notch bmx flatland parts like the Brickhouse Shorty
Stem..aka the Mutt Stem and I asked Chris Wright to make a shorter
stem which I like the shorter reach and yeah it came out great.The
others are my good buddy Dylan Worsley bars which yet another
friends made and had a company called Ryal which they made
spockets and handlebars..I have both of those on my bike.


Ryal was Kerry Gatt's company and I still talk to him and he lives
like an hour and fifteen minutes Northwest of me in the Pacific
Coastal Mountains of California.The 32 KHE wheels are no longer
being made and too bad as I love them and JP..aka Jesse Puente
talked me into riding a KHE bike for awhile and I have used the
wheels since.I am not sure the 160 KHE tires are being made anymore
and that is another part that will go out of stock and I will be using
Motel Works 1.80 tires,after I wear these last KHE tires out!


The Travis Collier Seats are no longer being made and as you can see
it is ripped up and taped in the back..I will be riding that seat until I cannot
and then go to the Infinity Seats which I got four of those and gave one to OSG.

They are just awesome seats also and short,padded and not as much as
the Macneil Collier seat but still padded,light and have the finger slots
for grabbing(IDEAL!!).I am already in love with this seat and I have not
put it on my bike yet..lol!


Oh you probably saw the red HAMMER gyro cover on the bike and yeah it
is a classic.

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #5 on: April 14, 2020, 01:24:52 AM »
Tight!!

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #6 on: May 05, 2020, 09:18:11 AM »

The Travis Collier Seat is torn now and will replace it down the line with the Infinity
seat and I have a few of those..gave one to OSG,who loves it.But everything else
as I am staying with and it is a light and good bike at the moment to ride!


I need to talk to Chris about BB barends,though also!
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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #7 on: May 05, 2020, 07:23:05 PM »
Cool bike! One can see that you like rare parts...
The pegs look like Suelo Magnesium pegs? I never heard about "Premium Bikes Tubular Light Pegs". Can you give more info?
By the way: For some reason Profile called these cranks "Mini Magnutanium", but they are made from Cromoly, just thinner wallthickness than the Profile Race cranks. Unfortunately I cracked one of these when my bike fell hard so I switched back to a Race crank.

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #8 on: May 05, 2020, 09:41:37 PM »

I have never cracked those cranks and they are superlight and with titamuim
spindle and they say it is Magnasium Cranks actually and I weighed them
against other profile cranks and they are much lighter.I like the 165MM and
smaller is better for clearance and you do not need the 170MM for speed as
you pedal like 2-3 times to get speed.


I think clearance and pivot room is more important to me and why I said what
I did about higher bottom brackets,tube clearance for downtube and chain stays
are important also.Those are suelo pegs and good eyes on that and I have not
really heard much about the premium tubular lights pegs..you should check on
Precision Pegs(Marcel Tremblay's bike company) or Infinity XA pegs and they
are only 4.5ozs and durable pegs!

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #9 on: May 05, 2020, 11:37:06 PM »
Yes, the weight is really low! About 200 g less for a pair of crank arms... I think if you ride clean and your bikes does not crash too often it is a good choice, but it seems like not for me...
Did you buy the Suelo pegs recently? I was looking for them because I bought some year ago and still use them and like them a lot. But the end cap is pretty worn now and I would like to replace them. Since they came out I never liked any pegs as much as these.

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #10 on: May 06, 2020, 03:03:20 AM »

Nah I got them a long time ago and used the two set of Precision Products
pegs for awhile and a friend needed pegs(Jesse T.) and I went back to the
Suelo pegs! Jesse T, has the Precision Products pegs and rides them!

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #11 on: June 11, 2020, 12:32:54 AM »
I am a big fan of MotelWorks as you can tell and of of course
Keito Uchino..I needed a frame and fork I would feel comfortable
on and i do with this setup!

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #12 on: June 12, 2020, 05:13:37 PM »
Did you buy the Suelo pegs recently? I was looking for them because I bought some year ago and still use them and like them a lot. But the end cap is pretty worn now and I would like to replace them. Since they came out I never liked any pegs as much as these.
Suelo hasn't made parts in maybe 10 years... now you can probably only find some old stock in some japanese shop.

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Re: Mutt's Bike Setup
« Reply #13 on: June 12, 2020, 07:20:36 PM »
AGAIN..rare parts on my bikes in some parts of bike!
I like the older parts in many ways than the newer
ones and some of the parts..as they do not make them
like they use to!