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#26 2012-07-25 2:18pm

Rake
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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

I love this thread.

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#27 2012-07-25 2:29pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

My POS.......[img]http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f398/tnjsdad72/2012-06-01175915.jpg[/img]

[img]http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f398/tnjsdad72/2012-06-01175907.jpg[/img]

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#28 2012-07-25 2:41pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

haro, indiana wrote:

matt thomas wrote:

2012 s&m intrikat 19.5tt. i ride a lot of flat, but its kinda set up for all around riding. the stem is a lil redneck. way longer than most flat specific stems. chase g 28mm offset oddy fork, its a nearly full offset fork.  with the longer offset fork and longer stem, the 19.5 frame feels way more stable going fast. s&m beringer xlt bars, not flat specific for sure. BUT, with the 10 degree backsweep my wrists feel way better that they did in years past from riding almost no sweep bars. 23/9 gearing with 160mm cranks. i get around the street and skate parks ok with this gearing. maybe i'll throw a 25 on there and see if i like it???  with 2 brakes and 4 pegs its the only bike i need!

http://i198.photobucket.com/albums/aa11 … mes014.jpg

great all around bike, looks well loved. Custom color?

thanks! i sprayed bombed it myself the day it came in the mail!  i missed riding a green frame, (like i had done for years)so i painted it green as soon as i got it out of the box!!! its already looking pretty banged up compared to when that pic was taken a couple months ago.


White Revenge Industries Da'Kine grips. Found! BIG THANKS to npatrick!
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#29 2012-07-25 2:50pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/s720x720/400295_2667248813123_1289938369_n.jpg

2010 Hoffman Strowler

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#30 2012-07-25 2:55pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

This is my flatland build as it sits right now. Still waiting on the wheels to be built this week. Im using G-Sport Roll Cage rims in chrome, Profile Mini hubs in black, silver spokes with red alloy nipples. This is what I have so far.

I do have to say that Im no flatlander, never done flatland of any knid. I've been racing bikes starting with BMX since I was in Jr. High, so this is my first and probably only freestyle bike. Im 41 years old and a new father, so this bike has one purpose in mind. Something to do entry level things on at the local skatepark with my son when hes old enough to go and mess around like all kids do. Thats about a year away right now, but this bike looked so cool it had to be built. Its a 20.5 TT, so this is not built or sized for true flatland. I will not have pegs at this point. When S&M has Pitchfork's with brake mounts ready in chrome, they will be added with another set of Odyssey EVO II's as well.

http://i1186.photobucket.com/albums/z368/donstoner/2nd%20Album/newestIntrikat018.jpg
http://i1186.photobucket.com/albums/z368/donstoner/2nd%20Album/newestIntrikat019.jpg

Parts so far...........minus Odyssey Gyro

http://i1186.photobucket.com/albums/z368/donstoner/2nd%20Album/PartsIntrikat027.jpg


Ummmmm..........Yeah.

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#31 2012-07-25 3:44pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/pwh4130/P1030209.jpg

DECO frame.  19" TT, Odyssey parts, IRC Freestyle tires didn't last long so I put 1.85 Frequency G tires on, Tree Big Balsa pegs, original Mushroom grips.


ride your bike until it breaks.

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#32 2012-07-25 3:56pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

Some cool bikes here!The Strowler is one of my favorites.My main rides are a first gen Sabbath,KHE Stylus and Fishbone BigAss.But as soon as my 90'Master is done I will be old schooling it again.

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#33 2012-07-25 4:30pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

my G8 before I cracked it. Just a word of advise lighter isn't always better. there is a trend in flatland to make frames and parts ultra light. Sometimes a little weight is better...stronger. That doesn't mean you need a 6lbs frame but I would stay away from frames under 4lbs. Now I ride a Ketch frame same parts except cranks, I have 160mm Profiles and a zero offset fork. The cool thing is I can ride flat and a little street with it ..no pic yet.

http://i436.photobucket.com/albums/qq84/quasimoto86/074.jpg


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#34 2012-07-25 4:38pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

Nice.smile


Old school Sherwood Park.

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#35 2012-07-25 4:56pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

lord quas wrote:

my G8 before I cracked it. Just a word of advise lighter isn't always better. there is a trend in flatland to make frames and parts ultra light. Sometimes a little weight is better...stronger. That doesn't mean you need a 6lbs frame but I would stay away from frames under 4lbs. Now I ride a Ketch frame same parts except cranks, I have 160mm Profiles and a zero offset fork. The cool thing is I can ride flat and a little street with it ..no pic yet.

http://i436.photobucket.com/albums/qq84 … 86/074.jpg

What did you do with the mobile armz ?? If there for sale send me a pm. smile


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#36 2012-07-25 4:56pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

lord quas wrote:

my G8 before I cracked it. Just a word of advise lighter isn't always better. there is a trend in flatland to make frames and parts ultra light. Sometimes a little weight is better...stronger. That doesn't mean you need a 6lbs frame but I would stay away from frames under 4lbs. Now I ride a Ketch frame same parts except cranks, I have 160mm Profiles and a zero offset fork. The cool thing is I can ride flat and a little street with it ..no pic yet.

http://i436.photobucket.com/albums/qq84 … 86/074.jpg

Bad ass man.

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#37 2012-07-25 5:04pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

pwh4130 wrote:

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/p … 030209.jpg

DECO frame.  19" TT, Odyssey parts, IRC Freestyle tires didn't last long so I put 1.85 Frequency G tires on, Tree Big Balsa pegs, original Mushroom grips.

how do you like the deco?

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#38 2012-07-25 5:08pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

This is an old one...I don't ride them anymore mainly because they are just to tiny for me..

http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i254/haromaster/IMG_0132.jpg

this was another..

http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i254/haromaster/2009829Bob3.jpg

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#39 2012-07-25 5:22pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

my st. martin

http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o76/TxCowgirl218/25987d22.jpg

http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o76/TxCowgirl218/811aaffe.jpg

http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o76/TxCowgirl218/f189696c.jpg

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#40 2012-07-25 6:22pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

Rake wrote:

pep wrote:

working on my 2008 Quamen, London bars, bizhouse stem, hoffman wheels, suelo cranks 160.  Pretty cool setup, just needs to be re-done (powder).  Gotta put my touch back on it.

Looking fwd to falling again lol

Are the 160mm cranks hard to get used to after being a 175mm guy all my life?

no not really hard to get used to. I run 165mm on most of mine some guys even run 145MM:o

2010 Subrosa Pandora
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee232/FREESTYLE-FREEK/slide%20show%20bikes/2010SubrosaPandoraDTT.jpg
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/subrosa/38875

2004 Sick Child Badda Bling
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee232/FREESTYLE-FREEK/slide%20show%20bikes/BikesSick.jpg
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/sick_child/12240

2004 Dragonfly Submachine brake less and crank less. just to try it out tongue
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee232/FREESTYLE-FREEK/my%20fave%20bikes/DRAGONFLY.jpg
it now has cranks I found I am not good enuff to go crankless lol
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/dragonfly/20731


2001 S&M Sabbath
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee232/FREESTYLE-FREEK/slide%20show%20bikes/dannysM.jpg
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/sandm/8471





1999 Morales Flatland
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee232/FREESTYLE-FREEK/slide%20show%20bikes/Morales.jpg
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/morales/31216




1999 Diamondback Venom
http://i913.photobucket.com/albums/ac338/flatbmxer/BMXFRAME030DimondBack.jpg
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/diamondback/59027




1998 S&M Sabbath
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee232/FREESTYLE-FREEK/slide%20show%20bikes/45Sabbath011.jpg
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/sandm/14599




1996 Hoffman Sugar Baby
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee232/FREESTYLE-FREEK/my%20fave%20bikes/cars072.jpg
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/hoffman/56307




1995 KHE Catweasle
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee232/FREESTYLE-FREEK/slide%20show%20bikes/K.jpg
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/khe_/36602


as you can see I like zero sweep Bars and run zero sweep forks when ever I can. + I prefer 32 funt gear 12 rear gear. but I have ran  32/11 as well as smaller.




boy has flatland changed since the 80's









read link for good advise on flattland bikes
http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=195095
http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?i=195095

Last edited by FRESSTYLE FREEK (2012-07-25 7:48pm)


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#41 2012-07-25 7:40pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.


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#42 2012-07-25 7:41pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.


PLEASE FIND US IN THE NON-BMX SECTION UNDER Charities, Donations etc... Yes there is one!

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#43 2012-07-25 8:43pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

This is my bike-2008 Hoffman Strowler.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v175/aj2271/debe83cd.jpg

This is my playground-

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v175/aj2271/IMG_20100822_194431-2.jpg

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#44 2012-07-25 9:23pm

lord quas
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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

Rake wrote:

lord quas wrote:

my G8 before I cracked it. Just a word of advise lighter isn't always better. there is a trend in flatland to make frames and parts ultra light. Sometimes a little weight is better...stronger. That doesn't mean you need a 6lbs frame but I would stay away from frames under 4lbs. Now I ride a Ketch frame same parts except cranks, I have 160mm Profiles and a zero offset fork. The cool thing is I can ride flat and a little street with it ..no pic yet.

http://i436.photobucket.com/albums/qq84 … 86/074.jpg

Bad ass man.

Tanks Rake! glad to hear you're gettin into flatland!


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#45 2012-07-25 9:33pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

suicidepan wrote:

lord quas wrote:

my G8 before I cracked it. Just a word of advise lighter isn't always better. there is a trend in flatland to make frames and parts ultra light. Sometimes a little weight is better...stronger. That doesn't mean you need a 6lbs frame but I would stay away from frames under 4lbs. Now I ride a Ketch frame same parts except cranks, I have 160mm Profiles and a zero offset fork. The cool thing is I can ride flat and a little street with it ..no pic yet.

http://i436.photobucket.com/albums/qq84 … 86/074.jpg

What did you do with the mobile armz ?? If there for sale send me a pm. smile

Still have them. I striped out one of the arms where it fits into the sprocket. All so messed up the sprocket a little. If I get another sprocket I can use them again but I'm done with micro sprockets. As much as I like the weight look of these cranks they aren't that durable. Oh, and I never get rid of anything! I hung them on my wall like a piece of art.
lollollollol


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#46 2012-07-26 1:19pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

lord quas wrote:

Rake wrote:

lord quas wrote:

my G8 before I cracked it. Just a word of advise lighter isn't always better. there is a trend in flatland to make frames and parts ultra light. Sometimes a little weight is better...stronger. That doesn't mean you need a 6lbs frame but I would stay away from frames under 4lbs. Now I ride a Ketch frame same parts except cranks, I have 160mm Profiles and a zero offset fork. The cool thing is I can ride flat and a little street with it ..no pic yet.

http://i436.photobucket.com/albums/qq84 … 86/074.jpg

Bad ass man.

Tanks Rake! glad to hear you're gettin into flatland!

I kinda have to; dirt jumping tends to hurt way too much at my age lol

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#47 2012-07-26 1:31pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

I recently finished my first "flatland" bike.  Only ridden it a couple times and it feels crazy.  Sure it will take some getting used to.  Anyway, parts breakdown and pics to follow...

2011 Hoffman Strowler

Kevin Jones Signature Model

Approx 25 lbs

Frame: 2011 Hoffman Strowler 18.9" TT
Fork: Primo Strand V2 w/990 Mounts
Headset: Odyssey   
Stem: Quamen Macross 26   
Bars: S&M Intrikat
Brakes: Odyssey EVO II F&R
Brake Levers: Odyssey Monolevers   
Brake Cables: Odyssey and SNAFU   
Grips: Odyssey Flatware Thumbtacks
Bottom Bracket: Primo
Crank: Primo Hollowbites 165mm
Chainwheel: Quamen 25t
Chain: Shadow
Pedals: KHE Stimulatorz
Seat Post: S&M Long Johnson   
Seat Post Clamp: Quamen
Seat: Odyssey Aitken   
Rims: Primo Balance   
Hubs: KHE Geisha Freecoaster (Rear) Primo SOB (Front)   
Tires: Odyssey Frequency G
Freewheel: 9t   
Misc:    Suelo Pegs, Stolen Cable Guides & Bar Ends, Odyssey GTX-S Gyro, Quamen Gyro Plate

http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190/erichevy/macisland022.jpg
http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190/erichevy/macisland026.jpg
http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190/erichevy/macisland029.jpg
http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190/erichevy/macisland027.jpg
http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190/erichevy/macisland025.jpg

Last edited by erichevy (2012-07-26 1:32pm)


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#48 2012-07-26 1:34pm

haro, indiana
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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

erichevy wrote:

I recently finished my first "flatland" bike.  Only ridden it a couple times and it feels crazy.  Sure it will take some getting used to.  Anyway, parts breakdown and pics to follow...

2011 Hoffman Strowler

Kevin Jones Signature Model

Approx 25 lbs

Frame: 2011 Hoffman Strowler 18.9" TT
Fork: Primo Strand V2 w/990 Mounts
Headset: Odyssey   
Stem: Quamen Macross 26   
Bars: S&M Intrikat
Brakes: Odyssey EVO II F&R
Brake Levers: Odyssey Monolevers   
Brake Cables: Odyssey and SNAFU   
Grips: Odyssey Flatware Thumbtacks
Bottom Bracket: Primo
Crank: Primo Hollowbites 165mm
Chainwheel: Quamen 25t
Chain: Shadow
Pedals: KHE Stimulatorz
Seat Post: S&M Long Johnson   
Seat Post Clamp: Quamen
Seat: Odyssey Aitken   
Rims: Primo Balance   
Hubs: KHE Geisha Freecoaster (Rear) Primo SOB (Front)   
Tires: Odyssey Frequency G
Freewheel: 9t   
Misc:    Suelo Pegs, Stolen Cable Guides & Bar Ends, Odyssey GTX-S Gyro, Quamen Gyro Plate

http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190 … and022.jpg
http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190 … and026.jpg
http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190 … and029.jpg
http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190 … and027.jpg
http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z190 … and025.jpg

super nice!

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#49 2012-07-26 3:02pm

Brian74
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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

http://s1262.photobucket.com/albums/ii615/bfett77/ I ride a 1999 GT tour 2. I got it down from 38lbs to 33lbs. It rides great. I added Redline aluminum bars, Odyssey intac aluminum seatpost, black ops gummy resin pedals, Shadow Conspiracy noctis 3pc cranks. Primo tires and rims.


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#50 2012-07-26 3:11pm

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Re: F L A T L A N D E R S post your setup.

That Strowler is gorgeous.

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