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2013 St. Martin Voodoo

#1 2013-12-26 8:46am

K Chez
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2013 St. Martin Voodoo

http://bmxmuseum.com//image/voodoo9.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/voodoo3.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/voodoo4.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/voodoo5.jpg

2013 St. Martin Voodoo

Limited edition version of the Ten frame

After trying a couple a longer bikes, I thought that a longer TT might be better for me - got a great deal through St.Martin on a Voodoo frame (Thanks Med & Alex!) and built it up with spares or parts swapped off of other bikes. This is my swan song flatland build as this is the perfect bike for me!
**Update June 2014**
Swapped the wheels with my Psychopower, changed the bars to 9" Autum Escobars and the stem to a St. Martin Iroon.
Frame: 2013 St. Martin Voodoo Limited Edition  43/50
Fork: KHE Tanaka
Bars: Autum Escobars (w/ 1" grip tube), repowdered white
Stem: St. Martin Iroon (inverted)
Grips: Primo Nate Hansen (flanges cut off)
Headset: Fuel
Brake Levers: Odyssey Monolever - front/M2 - rear
Brakes: Rear/Odyssey Evo 2 Front/DiaTech Hombre
Gyro: Odyssey sealed GTX
Front Wheel: Alienation Runaway 36, Swiss DT spokes (black),  KHE Geisha hub
Rear Wheel: Alienation Runaway 36, Swiss DT spokes (black),  KHE Geisha Lite freecoaster
Tires: Fit FAF 2.10
Pegs: Tree Big Balsa
Tubes: generic
Air: 100 psi
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt flatland 165mm
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC
Chainwheel: Odyssey Rhode Island 22T
Chain: Mechanik Hollow pin Halflink/ Exposure halflink
Seat: St. Martin Alex Jumelin pivotal
Seat Post: Shadow Conspiracy pivotal
Seat Clamp: Odyssey Mr. Clampy
Weight: 22.6 lbs.


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#2 2013-12-26 9:00am

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Re: 2013 St. Martin Voodoo

Bamm...Instant fav!!!!!I love you color choices.....I guess me being in the south I have "Red-neck"...while you have a "Blue collar".....lol
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#3 2013-12-28 12:32am

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Re: 2013 St. Martin Voodoo

Awesome for a 13' I like very few new school rides but this one is Killer big_smile


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#4 2014-01-03 7:14am

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Complete Sweetness. cool


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#5 2014-01-05 9:29am

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Re: 2013 St. Martin Voodoo

Thanks! I think the only change I might make is possibly get the bars & maybe the forks powdered white.

Another angle....

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/36734/voodoo-259887cb672.jpg

Last edited by K Chez (2017-08-07 7:44am)


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#6 2014-06-14 12:07pm

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Re: 2013 St. Martin Voodoo

Updated some stuff...
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https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/36734/voodoo-759887d0f22.jpg



New tires, different wheels, new stem, painted the bars.

Have a pair of Escobars, but I screwed up my grip tube thickener and have to do them over, but after a week of rain, I'd rather be riding than working on stuff.

Last edited by K Chez (2017-08-07 7:46am)


I like to wear sneakers on my hands because it's much better when you crash - and if you're wearing sneakers on your hands, you're gonna crash.

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#7 2015-02-20 1:31am

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Re: 2013 St. Martin Voodoo

What do you think of the 13' Autum Escobar handlebars that are on it in the first pic of your Voodoo? I've been thinking about picking up a pair and I might be picking up this very frame as well.
Your Voodoo is nice man, props on a sweet ride!


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#8 2015-05-02 7:04am

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This bike is sick lovin that double frame!

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#9 2017-03-30 12:54pm

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Did you paint the head tube?


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