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#28476 2021-09-25 5:18am

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Evil04cobra wrote:

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Nice, I've had this 3/8 frame hanging around for a while waiting on the right set of wheels to come along
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Whatcha looking for for wheels

Not sure, every wheel set I come across is 14mm. Thought about filing one down, did a front wheel once and it turned out good. That or trying to find a 3/8 axle for one of my sets.


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#28477 2021-09-26 5:29am

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Re: S&M hoarders unite

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Evil04cobra wrote:

Stomper wrote:

Nice, I've had this 3/8 frame hanging around for a while waiting on the right set of wheels to come along
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … d70b87.jpg

Whatcha looking for for wheels

Not sure, every wheel set I come across is 14mm. Thought about filing one down, did a front wheel once and it turned out good. That or trying to find a 3/8 axle for one of my sets.

I've got a set of bfr/formula 3/8" sealed


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#28478 2021-09-26 6:44am

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About time I scored something cool it's been a while

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Looks like a SBC Master Guard on there. Cool find !

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#28479 2021-09-26 9:42am

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Evil04cobra wrote:

About time I scored something cool it's been a while

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … b7ce05.jpg

Looks like a SBC Master Guard on there. Cool find !

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coolcool


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#28480 2021-09-26 11:18am

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AlurencatBMX wrote:

Evil04cobra wrote:

About time I scored something cool it's been a while

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … b7ce05.jpg

Looks like a SBC Master Guard on there. Cool find !

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 7941b4.jpg

Ty couldn't figure out who made this, knew I've seen it but couldn't remember


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#28481 2021-10-06 7:25am

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Any shorter riders 5'6" or so have a recommendation for a S&M trails frame?  I think the only 20" TT or smaller now is the A.T.F.   Are there any frames from the past 15 years that makes sense to get used?  Thanks very much.

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#28482 2021-10-06 7:51am

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Any shorter riders 5'6" or so have a recommendation for a S&M trails frame?  I think the only 20" TT or smaller now is the A.T.F.   Are there any frames from the past 15 years that makes sense to get used?  Thanks very much.

You ever rode anything bigger then a 20" TT? I'm 5'7" and ride 21"+ and feel super cramped on anything smaller. If you haven't ridden anything with more then a 20" top tube you should give it a try before you decided on something, especially a trails frame where most people want them a little longer.

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#28483 2021-10-06 8:06am

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blue streak wrote:

nnjrider wrote:

Any shorter riders 5'6" or so have a recommendation for a S&M trails frame?  I think the only 20" TT or smaller now is the A.T.F.   Are there any frames from the past 15 years that makes sense to get used?  Thanks very much.

You ever rode anything bigger then a 20" TT? I'm 5'7" and ride 21"+ and feel super cramped on anything smaller. If you haven't ridden anything with more then a 20" top tube you should give it a try before you decided on something, especially a trails frame where most people want them a little longer.

I’m five six and I ride 20.5-20.75.


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#28484 2021-10-06 8:10am

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nnjrider wrote:

Any shorter riders 5'6" or so have a recommendation for a S&M trails frame?  I think the only 20" TT or smaller now is the A.T.F.   Are there any frames from the past 15 years that makes sense to get used?  Thanks very much.

Trails frames are pretty much race frames with 990s


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#28485 2021-10-06 8:15am

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Woodmaster wrote:

blue streak wrote:

nnjrider wrote:

Any shorter riders 5'6" or so have a recommendation for a S&M trails frame?  I think the only 20" TT or smaller now is the A.T.F.   Are there any frames from the past 15 years that makes sense to get used?  Thanks very much.

You ever rode anything bigger then a 20" TT? I'm 5'7" and ride 21"+ and feel super cramped on anything smaller. If you haven't ridden anything with more then a 20" top tube you should give it a try before you decided on something, especially a trails frame where most people want them a little longer.

I’m five six and I ride 20.5-20.75.

I would suggest 20.5 as well... and anything with a 13.5-14" chain stay length and lower bottom bracket.  It depends on your style and preferred era beyond that honestly.  A 20.5 ATF would be a great new option.  A 20.75 Hucker would be sweet and a little more modern option as well.  A Dirtbike would treat you well I bet.


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#28486 2021-10-06 8:16am

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Woodmaster wrote:

blue streak wrote:

nnjrider wrote:

Any shorter riders 5'6" or so have a recommendation for a S&M trails frame?  I think the only 20" TT or smaller now is the A.T.F.   Are there any frames from the past 15 years that makes sense to get used?  Thanks very much.

You ever rode anything bigger then a 20" TT? I'm 5'7" and ride 21"+ and feel super cramped on anything smaller. If you haven't ridden anything with more then a 20" top tube you should give it a try before you decided on something, especially a trails frame where most people want them a little longer.

I’m five six and I ride 20.5-20.75.

Same here. 5'6, 20.5TT is my sweet spot. Tried a 20.75 when I was doing more park riding, but it was a hair too long for the street play.


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#28487 2021-10-06 8:29am

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A Dirtbike is always a great option if he can find one of the newer ones.

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#28488 2021-10-06 8:41am

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A Dirtbike is always a great option if he can find one of the newer ones.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 1c6762.jpg

I have a black 2008 DIRTBIKE frame thats a 20.5TT. I probably should sell it. Its been ridden, and has marks to prove it.


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#28489 2021-10-06 9:36am

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givebloodridebmx wrote:

Woodmaster wrote:

blue streak wrote:

You ever rode anything bigger then a 20" TT? I'm 5'7" and ride 21"+ and feel super cramped on anything smaller. If you haven't ridden anything with more then a 20" top tube you should give it a try before you decided on something, especially a trails frame where most people want them a little longer.

I’m five six and I ride 20.5-20.75.

Same here. 5'6, 20.5TT is my sweet spot. Tried a 20.75 when I was doing more park riding, but it was a hair too long for the street play.

My ATF is 20.75. Put a 40mm stem on it. I’m building a United Beacon, measuring just over 21 but the seat tube is cocked way back so we’ll see. Got a 39mm Madera Mast for that.


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#28490 2021-10-06 9:37am

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givebloodridebmx wrote:

blue streak wrote:

A Dirtbike is always a great option if he can find one of the newer ones.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 1c6762.jpg

I have a black 2008 DIRTBIKE frame thats a 20.5TT. I probably should sell it. Its been ridden, and has marks to prove it.

I would be interested in this.


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#28491 2021-10-06 9:40am

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givebloodridebmx wrote:

blue streak wrote:

A Dirtbike is always a great option if he can find one of the newer ones.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 1c6762.jpg

I have a black 2008 DIRTBIKE frame thats a 20.5TT. I probably should sell it. Its been ridden, and has marks to prove it.

Nice! Mine is a 2009 that I have had since new. Its been well ridden also with its fair share of chips and scuffs cool

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#28492 2021-10-06 10:00am

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givebloodridebmx wrote:

Woodmaster wrote:

blue streak wrote:

You ever rode anything bigger then a 20" TT? I'm 5'7" and ride 21"+ and feel super cramped on anything smaller. If you haven't ridden anything with more then a 20" top tube you should give it a try before you decided on something, especially a trails frame where most people want them a little longer.

I’m five six and I ride 20.5-20.75.

Same here. 5'6, 20.5TT is my sweet spot. Tried a 20.75 when I was doing more park riding, but it was a hair too long for the street play.

I mostly ride a 20.75" Sunday Gary Young.  I'm not sure if I need to go 20" or 20.5", really depends on the bike.  I have shorter arms so the 20" might work better for me.  I went slightly smaller frame on my road racing bike this summer and it helped my riding, even though my prior frame was built to suit.  I coudl not believe how much of a difference the small change made.  Now I am thinking same for my BMX riding.

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#28493 2021-10-06 10:51am

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givebloodridebmx wrote:

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I’m five six and I ride 20.5-20.75.

Same here. 5'6, 20.5TT is my sweet spot. Tried a 20.75 when I was doing more park riding, but it was a hair too long for the street play.

I mostly ride a 20.75" Sunday Gary Young.  I'm not sure if I need to go 20" or 20.5", really depends on the bike.  I have shorter arms so the 20" might work better for me.  I went slightly smaller frame on my road racing bike this summer and it helped my riding, even though my prior frame was built to suit.  I coudl not believe how much of a difference the small change made.  Now I am thinking same for my BMX riding.

I think you should be looking into a 20.5 IMO. You are probably my size. LOL


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#28494 2021-10-06 10:55am

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Woodmaster wrote:

givebloodridebmx wrote:

blue streak wrote:

A Dirtbike is always a great option if he can find one of the newer ones.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 1c6762.jpg

I have a black 2008 DIRTBIKE frame thats a 20.5TT. I probably should sell it. Its been ridden, and has marks to prove it.

I would be interested in this.

I am always open to offers. I kept it for sentimental reasons, but with the yellow 20.75 DIRTBIKE, and the LTD ATF 20.5 frame just sitting doing nothing, its getting hard to justify keeping all this crap.


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#28495 2021-10-06 11:14am

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Took both Daggers to Flatopia last night. Nothing new was landed. Just ran through my normal tricks, and then focused the rest of the night on relearning lost stuff. I added a few pics from YorkJam this past weekend too 


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#28496 2021-10-06 11:16am

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A few more riding shots!

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#28497 2021-10-06 12:53pm

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givebloodridebmx wrote:

nnjrider wrote:

givebloodridebmx wrote:

Same here. 5'6, 20.5TT is my sweet spot. Tried a 20.75 when I was doing more park riding, but it was a hair too long for the street play.

I mostly ride a 20.75" Sunday Gary Young.  I'm not sure if I need to go 20" or 20.5", really depends on the bike.  I have shorter arms so the 20" might work better for me.  I went slightly smaller frame on my road racing bike this summer and it helped my riding, even though my prior frame was built to suit.  I coudl not believe how much of a difference the small change made.  Now I am thinking same for my BMX riding.

I think you should be looking into a 20.5 IMO. You are probably my size. LOL

Y I should go 20.5" what is your setup on bar height and crank length?  I might as well do this entirely right.

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#28498 2021-10-06 1:09pm

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nnjrider wrote:

givebloodridebmx wrote:

nnjrider wrote:

I mostly ride a 20.75" Sunday Gary Young.  I'm not sure if I need to go 20" or 20.5", really depends on the bike.  I have shorter arms so the 20" might work better for me.  I went slightly smaller frame on my road racing bike this summer and it helped my riding, even though my prior frame was built to suit.  I coudl not believe how much of a difference the small change made.  Now I am thinking same for my BMX riding.

I think you should be looking into a 20.5 IMO. You are probably my size. LOL

Y I should go 20.5" what is your setup on bar height and crank length?  I might as well do this entirely right.

Right now, I run an S&M Holy Diver 20.5TT. Hoder bars 8.625 (OG), Stolen front load stem Ive had since like 2008, Im pretty sure its a 50 or 52mm. I used to run 175mm Profile cranks, but with the short ass chain stays on this frame, I had to drop to 165mm, and am running Rant banging 48s.


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#28499 2021-10-06 6:01pm

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Any shorter riders 5'6" or so have a recommendation for a S&M trails frame?  I think the only 20" TT or smaller now is the A.T.F.   Are there any frames from the past 15 years that makes sense to get used?  Thanks very much.

IMO run a longer frame and a shorter stem. SO a 21" frame with a stubby stem may be just fine. I honestly can't remember what I run but it's more than 21" and I run a 48mm stem. I'm 5'11" or so.


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#28500 2021-10-06 7:55pm

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