I built this thing not to break, only to have it last longer than my first car!
One of the truly great bikes I have ever ridden.
The frame was picked up back in 2000. Everything else was built onto that. As the first picture shows, the bare frame now hangs on the wall in my garage. The story behind this frame is since I bent the left rear dropout, I didn't ride it much anymore, and really didn't have anymore room for more bikes, figured I would just let it hang for sentimental reasons.
The build went like this:
FRAME: 2000 Mutiny frame (note to admin - no serial number is stamped on the frame. Also, the frame when I purchased it did not have a model name)
The frame is 100% cromo, with a 14.5" cs, and 20.5" tt. 14mm, 1/4" thick dropouts.
FORK: S&M Pitchfork w/ 14mm slots, 1/4" drops
BARS: S&M Slam Specials
STEM: red S&M Redneck
CRANKS: Profile 3-piece
PEDALS: Primo Meat Tenderizors.
SEAT CLAMP: Profile 1"
SEAT POST: Inertia Pivotal 1"
SEAT: Primo Pivotal
Rear Wheel: KHE Freecoaster laced to Alex Supra-E triple wall rims
Front Wheel: Atomic Industries 48H hub laced to Alex Supra-E triple wall rims
- Company: Mutiny
- Wheel Size: 20"
- Headtube angle: 74
- Seattube angle: 71
- Toptube length: 20.5"
- Headtube size: 1-1/8"