I actually got my new Beddo Neat built up at the end of october, but wanted to ride it a few times before posting any kind of bike check so I could give a proper opinion to how it rides.. I’m completely blown away by the build, I’m stoked about all the parts on it, and things haven’t turned out at all how I thought they would.. Continue reading
The Identiti Rebate rigid MTB fork has been around for some time now, and over the years they’ve proved to be a favourite amongst trail, park, and street riders alike. It’s an absolute classic. I’ve had my pair since 2010 which I got off my friend, which he’d got off someone else, so I haven’t got a clue how old they actually are or the exact amount of owners, but would guess they’re about 8-9 years old.
I bought myself the FlyBikes Roey stem at the weekend and just got round to uploading a pic of it. The thing looks great, and is certainly an upgrade over my old Sunday Freeze stem. It’s available in black and misty silver, 50mm reach, 33mm rise and weighs 294g.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a short piece on the DPS VICI frame from China. The frame has now been set up and is being put to the test by one of DPS’ riders.
Songxiang has said: “The bike has now been built up and its been ridden in the streets, it rides like a BMX.”
My overall opinion of the bars can be summed up with the video that I’ve included with this review. However, I do want to add some good points to the bars before I start slagging them off. I bought the bars about a year ago, after bending a set of gusset open prisons. I chose the 3″ rise set, to go with my NS Capital frame and Identiti Rebate park fork.
How sweet does this look, the prototype DPS-Bikes VICI frame. I actually stumbled across pictures of this completely by accident, and damn, I certainly struck gold. Excuse the pun.