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#1 2016-10-23 7:44pm

pharv85
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2013 Native Bikes Trendkill

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2013 Native Bikes Trendkill

This is my brother, Tim "Wolfman" Harvey's, current bike setup.  I bought the frame last year and ended up giving it to him for his 30th birthday present. Made by Solid Bikes in the U.S.A.

After a 14 year hiatus, I started riding trails again in early 2014. I rode a 1999 S&M Challenger for a few months before getting a new 2013 S&M Speedwagon. However, after riding the Speedwagon for around a year, I started looking for a stronger frame that was primarily designed for dirt.
When I first came across the Native Trendkill frame, I thoroughly researching it and decided that I wanted one. Then after a few weeks went by, I found a guy who was selling his used 2013 Native Trendkill frame for a good price ($67.50 shipped). I bought it, but after it kicked around for a while, I decided to instead give it to my little brother. Tim lives in Nor Cal and used to ride for Solid Bikes, so the frame's perfect for him since Solid made the frame in Sacramento, CA at the same time he was on their Pro team.
While visiting family this afternoon, I finally got to see and ride Tim's new bike. The frame's short rear-end makes for wicked easy manuals and his parts selection is on point because the bike was surprisingly smooth. Tim's not riding too much these days (he regularly works 6-7 days a week), but the following video shows just how good he was a few years ago (https://vimeo.com/40964483). He's currently unsponsored, but has ridden professionally for MacNeil, Giant Mosh, Stranger, Solid, Loteck, Quintin, etc. over the past decade or so. Here's a rundown of my bro's new setup...

The bike has the following parts (as pictured):
Frame:  2013 Native Trendkill (4130 chromoly, 21.0" top tube, raw clear)
Frame Decals:  N/A
Fork:  Odyssey R-Series (41-Thermal heat-treated chromoly, integrated bearing race)
Handlebars:  S&M? (chromoly, black)
Stem:  S&M Credence Turtleneck (6061 T-6 aluminum, 1-1/8" threadless, 52mm reach, anodized black)
Headset:  ? (Campy spec.)
Compression Cap:  Odyssey (7075-T6 alloy, integrated into fork)
Grips:  Fit Benny (black)
Bar Ends:  Fit (black)
Seat:  Mutiny Stitch Tripod (camo)
Seat Post:  Tripod (black)
Seat Post Clamp:  Phil Wood (anodized green)
Crank Arms:  Profile Column (chromoly, 175 mm, black)
Spindle:  Profile GDH (5-5/8" long, 22 mm diameter, 48 spline, chromoly GDH flush mount bolts)
Bottom Bracket:  Odyssey (mid, sealed bearings, black)
Chainwheel:  Profile Galaxy Spline Drive (7075 aluminum, 25T, 1/8" teeth, anodized black)
Chain:  KMC (1/2" x 1/8", chrome plated)
Pedals:  Fly Ruben PC (nylon & fiberglass body w/ chromoly axle, loose ball/unsealed bearings, 9/16", black)
Rear Hub:  Profile Mini (36H, low flange aluminum shell, sealed bearings, cassette w/ 48 points of engagement, 3/8" to 14mm Cr-Mo 17mm hex bolts, natural camo finish)
Front Hub:  Profile Mini (36H, low flange, sealed bearings, 3/8" to 14mm Cr-Mo 17mm hex bolts)
Driver:  Profile (chromoly, 9T)
Rims:  Eclat Mercury (6061-T6 alloy, 36H, double wall, flash welded seam, black)
Spokes:  Stainless steel straight gauge w/ brass nipples, 3X lacing front and rear, black)
Front Tire:  S&M Mainline (20 x 2.425", black)
Rear Tire:  Tioga Street Block (20 x 2.25", black)
Tubes:  generic w/ Schrader valve (20" x 1.75-2.125")
Brake Lever:  N/A
Brakes:  N/A
Extra Decals:  Misc (COAST, DIG, F*ck, etc.)
Other Comments:  One side of each pedal was sanded down for pedal grinds, I believe that Tim has a stem pad on the bike because he's jacked-up his knees one too many time, and the Honda hybrid in the background is Tim's filthy car, lol)


http://bmxmuseum.com/img/view-bike-in-museum.gif


Wanted:   175mm chrome Profile DJ crank arms;    36T Profile Whippit sprocket;    2000 GT UltraBox chain tensioners;   HED rim (http://bmxmuseum.com/reference/3290)

I have several mid-school BMX catalogs and magazines on my Issuu Page  -------->  issuu.com/pharv85/docs
Check out some parts that I've researched and learn something new:  http://bmxmuseum.com/reference/user/55510/

I love riding trails!  Here are some brands that I endorse.
[img]http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/55510/logo_signature_58a1697307.jpg[/img]

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#2 2016-10-24 8:14am

Palehorse74
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From: Calgary
Registered: 2014-10-28
Posts: 591
Bikes: 7
For Sale: 6

Re: 2013 Native Bikes Trendkill

Great Native!

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#3 2016-10-25 6:54pm

pharv85
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From: Vacaville, CA
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Re: 2013 Native Bikes Trendkill

Palehorse74 wrote:

Great Native!

Thank you.  I almost regret giving it to my brother, but he really likes it, so it's all good smile .

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/55510/2013-native-trendkill_wolfman_58100cd0de.jpg


Wanted:   175mm chrome Profile DJ crank arms;    36T Profile Whippit sprocket;    2000 GT UltraBox chain tensioners;   HED rim (http://bmxmuseum.com/reference/3290)

I have several mid-school BMX catalogs and magazines on my Issuu Page  -------->  issuu.com/pharv85/docs
Check out some parts that I've researched and learn something new:  http://bmxmuseum.com/reference/user/55510/

I love riding trails!  Here are some brands that I endorse.
[img]http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/55510/logo_signature_58a1697307.jpg[/img]

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#4 2016-10-26 8:37pm

Palehorse74
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From: Calgary
Registered: 2014-10-28
Posts: 591
Bikes: 7
For Sale: 6

Re: 2013 Native Bikes Trendkill

I've got a '12 Deathrow I'm building
Very similar
Hope it turns out in the same spirit

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#5 2017-05-22 9:34pm

Oyster
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Registered: 2010-03-18
Posts: 488
Bikes: 8
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Re: 2013 Native Bikes Trendkill

Okay, wow thiis is awesome! Started hovering on the Native tip for a little bit now .. came here and find that yr brother owns the exact same frame (13 20.75?) in the air to my house as we type and read. Lucky enough to grab one of the Shotgunner Native's also but haven't completed that build. You have an awesome stash of bikes Mr Harvey!


G.I.D Jim Cielinkis or other Oddy glow

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#6 2018-04-03 2:20pm

flowerpower0186
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Re: 2013 Native Bikes Trendkill

Damn your brother is a badass on a bike. No wonder he was sponsored by so many different brands over the years, he's a monster. I really enjoyed the video, "Out and About With Wolfman".  He's so good.

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