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2003 Mosh Method 2 Star

2003 Mosh Method 2 Star

My new whip....

So, My good friend Brett has his own D.I.Y. bike shop at his place and while I was there one day, I decided I wanted a bike to ride. Being a female, and not really liking mountain bikes or road bikes, my natural choice was BMX. I had been into BMX bikes (an ex-boyfriend of mine was a flatland rider and even started his own bike company called Brickhouse Bikes) and skateboarding when I was younger. I then decided that I wanted him to build me a custom BMX street bike. He had a variety of frames to choose from and after much deliberation, I settled on a 2003 "Mosh" frame. I then had a hell of a time deciding on the colors I wanted. I really love "Sunday" bikes and the bright colors they paint their bikes. I had him paint it a combination of bright green and teal with pink accents...well, after about the fourth person telling me it looked like a clown bike or asking me, "why did you paint it THAT color"...I had him re-paint the frame, rims, hubs, spokes, forks, handle bars and crank arms a gloss black with a clear, gold glitter coat. I then, because I am a total chick and love pink, I decided on Montana "Bazooka Joe" (pink) for the paint accents, pedals, sprocket, seat post clamp and chain.

Here are some specs:
Frame: 2003 Mosh
Cranks: 180mm Profile 28T
Hubs: Profile W/9T
Tires: Big Fat Rim "BFRs"
Forks: Psykopath Bike Co. Thread-less
Seat Post: Redline
Seat: WTB
Pedals: Odyssey
Handle Bars: Haro
Headset / Neck: Verde
*Brakes: Odyssey Calipers & Lever (haven't put them on yet)

* I have to have the brake bosses on the bottom bracket cut off and filed down and have a center mount installed to facilitate the smaller (28 tooth sprocket)

  • Street / Vert
  • Company: Mosh
  • Model: Method 2 Star
  • Wheel Size: 20"
  • Headtube size: 1-1/8"