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#51 2012-07-26 4:03pm

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

http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/ii615/bfett77/20120716_194626_lg.jpg another pic of my 99 GT tour 2


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#52 2012-07-26 4:07pm

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

1999 GT tour 2. 33lbs. Rides smooth. http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/ii615/bfett77/2012-07-16194548.jpg


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#53 2012-07-26 4:11pm

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

http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/ii615/bfett77/20120716_194604_lg.jpg
Last pic. 1999 GT tour 2.


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#54 2012-07-27 3:35pm

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

This is my current flat setup. I've only ridden it once, and haven't been on a BMX bike in a while. I need to get practicing. hmm S&M ltf 19.5" top tube. The 165mm cranks do feel a little odd after riding 180s for years, but they weren't too bad to get used to.
http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m97/chillywilly263/Bike/downsized_0708121932.jpg
http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m97/chillywilly263/Bike/downsized_0708121933.jpg
http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m97/chillywilly263/Bike/downsized_0708121932a.jpg


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#55 2012-07-27 3:44pm

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

My current setup, also looking for a 2000 Slammer or Detour

http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y261/CGClone/Old%20School%20BMX/06241288DynoPCTCatalog-3.jpg

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#56 2012-07-27 3:51pm

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


WTB: * NOS Oakley F1 grips black/yellow * KKT FMX/LMX Pedals * Skyway Tuff Graphite pedals/cages * NOS Oakley 2 red right side only * NOS Oakley 1 red left side only * NOS chrome KKT FMX left side pedal 9/16

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#57 2012-07-27 4:01pm

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

killer bikes guys cool  but i noticed no rear brakes on some of the bike why?

Last edited by BigRob (2012-07-27 4:01pm)


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#58 2012-07-27 4:16pm

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

Gustafa wrote:

My current setup, also looking for a 2000 Slammer or Detour

http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y261/C … alog-3.jpg

Thats a beautiful Dyno.


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#59 2012-07-27 5:55pm

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

Flatware V2

Hands down, my favorite flatland bike I have ever ridden.  From Haro Masters, Redline RL-20II's to Hoffman Strowlers...this is my favorite.  I've ridden every bike imaginable...

http://i975.photobucket.com/albums/ae236/todborndead/Newandoldbike022.jpg

http://i975.photobucket.com/albums/ae236/todborndead/Newandoldbike026.jpg

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#60 2012-07-27 6:43pm

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

tod.borndead wrote:

Flatware V2

Hands down, my favorite flatland bike I have ever ridden.  From Haro Masters, Redline RL-20II's to Hoffman Strowlers...this is my favorite.  I've ridden every bike imaginable...

http://i975.photobucket.com/albums/ae23 … ike022.jpg

http://i975.photobucket.com/albums/ae23 … ike026.jpg

cool paint scheme--I saw that over on global flat; how do you like that Macniel seat for flatland? enough room to grab in back?

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#61 2012-07-28 7:26am

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

20" S&M Intrikat frame, 9" S&M Intrikat bars, 170mm Primo Hollowbite cranks...
http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo301/intrikat_2008/3rdPrototype_2011_a.jpg
http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo301/intrikat_2008/updated_graphic_2011_c.jpg

The complete build specs are over here:
http://bmx.transworld.net/1000135983/fe … e-check-2/
these are from before I changed out the freecoaster, bars and stem.

and there are updated details here:
http://espn.go.com/action/photos/galler … m-intrikat

Last edited by intrikat (2012-07-28 2:23pm)

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#62 2012-07-28 7:41am

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

intrikat wrote:

20" S&M Intrikat frame, 9" S&M Intrikat bars, 170mm Primo Hollowbite cranks...
http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo30 … 2011_a.jpg
http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo30 … 2011_c.jpg

The complete build specs are over here:
http://bmx.transworld.net/1000135983/fe … e-check-2/

and there's more details here:
http://espn.go.com/action/photos/galler … m-intrikat

This is good stuff here thanks Chad. I love bike checks becuase it lets me see all the trick mods that people do to really dial in there bikes. My cranks, rear hub & brakes always have custom mods done to them. I machine my own sprocket bolts for all of my cranks since I run a 22t on my street bike and a 18t on my flat bikes. The wimpy pins you can buy don`t have the shear strength I require, rear hubs need to run like a swiss watch and same with the brakes. Nice pics too big_smile


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#63 2012-07-28 8:11am

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

haro, indiana wrote:

tod.borndead wrote:

Flatware V2

Hands down, my favorite flatland bike I have ever ridden.  From Haro Masters, Redline RL-20II's to Hoffman Strowlers...this is my favorite.  I've ridden every bike imaginable...

http://i975.photobucket.com/albums/ae23 … ike022.jpg

http://i975.photobucket.com/albums/ae23 … ike026.jpg

cool paint scheme--I saw that over on global flat; how do you like that Macniel seat for flatland? enough room to grab in back?

The seat is great.  I was running a Mcneil Collier pivitol seat and the back was deep.  I didn't like it.  This seat is more shallow...ofcourse it wasn't intended to be a flatland seat, but it feels more comfortable to me because the hand hold in the back isn't so deep.  I was worried about the cover tearing from dumping the bike over...but so far, so good.  It hasn't torn at all.

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#64 2012-07-28 1:04pm

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

intrikat wrote:

20" S&M Intrikat frame, 9" S&M Intrikat bars, 170mm Primo Hollowbite cranks...
http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo30 … 2011_a.jpg
http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo30 … 2011_c.jpg

The complete build specs are over here:
http://bmx.transworld.net/1000135983/fe … e-check-2/

and there's more details here:
http://espn.go.com/action/photos/galler … m-intrikat

looks good--how are you liking the 20" tt?
Do you run the 1.5 comets?

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#65 2012-07-28 2:34pm

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

suicidepan wrote:

This is good stuff here thanks Chad. I love bike checks becuase it lets me see all the trick mods that people do to really dial in there bikes. My cranks, rear hub & brakes always have custom mods done to them. I machine my own sprocket bolts for all of my cranks since I run a 22t on my street bike and a 18t on my flat bikes. The wimpy pins you can buy don`t have the shear strength I require, rear hubs need to run like a swiss watch and same with the brakes. Nice pics too big_smile

Cool. Your builds are always dialed. Do you have any pics of the sprocket bolts? I use a 1 1/4 recessed allen bolt from the industrial hardware store as a pin with a 23t chainwheel and it clears the chain plus holds tough. I've been running this style for a couple years now and haven't had any issues with it. In the ESPN article there's a picture of the bb and you can see the bolt I'm talking about. I hear you regarding dialing in a freecoaster. There's an art to it and you're a master!

Last edited by intrikat (2012-07-28 2:36pm)

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#66 2012-07-28 2:42pm

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

haro, indiana wrote:

intrikat wrote:

20" S&M Intrikat frame, 9" S&M Intrikat bars, 170mm Primo Hollowbite cranks...
http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo30 … 2011_a.jpg
http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo30 … 2011_c.jpg

The complete build specs are over here:
http://bmx.transworld.net/1000135983/fe … e-check-2/

and there are more details here:
http://espn.go.com/action/photos/galler … m-intrikat

looks good--how are you liking the 20" tt?
Do you run the 1.5 comets?

I'm loving it. A little more space and still responsive. Yeah, I'm running the 1.5's They're real fast, I can afford to run a little less air pressure and save my wrists from rock hard tires.

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#67 2012-07-28 6:14pm

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

I'm in the same boat as Rake with getting into flatland. Anyone over 6ft (I'm 6'4) riding a flatland specific bike or have any suggestions? Really great info from what I've been reading so far


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#68 2012-07-29 6:34pm

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

kcdirtbro54 wrote:

I'm in the same boat as Rake with getting into flatland. Anyone ova r 6ft (I'm 6'4) riding a flatland specific bike or have any suggestions? Really great info from what I've been reading so far

I'm 6'02" and ride a 18.9 TT Flatware frame.  Feels awesome.  But then there's guys like Trevor Meyer at about 6'04 that ride a 21"tt custom flatland bike.

You'll get a million different answers on this...

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#69 2012-08-19 8:29pm

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

ST Martin Darwinn complete-mostly stock
Snafu duall upper cables
Snafu lower cable
Snafu gyro
Odyssey clear pads front and rear
London Bars
Tech 77's
WTP bar ends

Last few upgrades will be Evo2's, and KHE tires and just ride it!


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#70 2012-08-22 7:59pm

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

MY WIFES RIG


http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/DSC09987.jpg

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/DSC09986.jpg


http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/DSC09985.jpg

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http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/DSC09992.jpg

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http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/DSC09994.jpg

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/DSC09995.jpg

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/562674_3317880351511_164513698_n.jpg

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/406368_3317813709845_161261554_n.jpg


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#71 2012-08-22 8:03pm

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

MY RIG STOCK


http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/598587_3179269006314_1767986892_n.jpg


http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g204/punkydevil01/547070_3179270166343_681546635_a.jpg


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#72 2012-08-22 8:51pm

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

Gustafa wrote:

My current setup, also looking for a 2000 Slammer or Detour

http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y261/C … alog-3.jpg

Hey do you have a good shot of the lower brake set up. I want to see how the mount and cable guides are added. I have a frame I want to do this too! thanks


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#73 2012-08-24 8:21pm

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

This arrived today, will post some more pics in the light tomorrow.  Quite a few parts I want to swap, but overall a super solid bike. 
Needs to go on a diet though lol

http://i258.photobucket.com/albums/hh259/TurboT87/SDC18162.jpg


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#74 2012-08-24 8:24pm

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

FatGuy wrote:

This arrived today, will post some more pics in the light tomorrow.  Quite a few parts I want to swap, but overall a super solid bike. 
Needs to go on a diet though lol

http://i258.photobucket.com/albums/hh25 … C18162.jpg

so you got the sick child nice grab it`s a very cool bike smile


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#75 2012-08-24 8:26pm

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

Semi retired, but setup for serious old school flatland.

https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc6/210976_10151215995656554_1240368093_o.jpg


WTB Bully stem.
WTB Peregrine Super Pros, not pitted.
WTB Kuwahara freestyle stem engraved.

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