Wow thats really sweet! Some of the new stuff they've been showing off at Interbike (I'm guessing thats where the pis is from) is really sweet!
lol...I remember when Easton bikes where the little 20-inchers that all the 'street biker' kids rode..lol
For those of you that don't remember Reagan in the white house, 'street biking' used to be the term used to describe BMX bikes.
Heres a video from interbike that also shows 2 other of thier bikes.
Suspension design reminds me of this
pffft I don't know, thier 2 hardtails look nice but i'm not so sure about that fully. The top tube and seat tube on it looks pethetic, it like 1'' tubeing with the rest of the bike is big and beffy. I'm not saying it's not strong juust dosent look right. But what is kinda cool about that fully is it comes with replacable drops outs and you can get horizantal ones if you want so you can run SS, why someone would run SS on that bike, idk.
Is it cromoly by any chance? Looks like it...
Yeah i think so, but with a aluminum swingarmOriginally Posted by TrialGuy
And they still are, they're making quite a few advances in weight savings and offer the largest line of Ti parts.Originally Posted by CrashVector
Hell, they're the only company that can build a 18lb street BMX with four pegs.
"the bus came by and I got on, that's when it all began...there was Cowboy Neal at the wheel of a bus to never-ever land."
it looks like they ripped that swingarm right off of a Ellworth distance or joker
=DOriginally Posted by TrialGuy
I just put Eastern Bikes BMX grips on my bike and I love em
the green grips look awesome on my white deity's
"I'm; young enough to know the right car to buy yet grown enough not to put rims on it. I got that 6-deuce, with curtains, so you can't see me and I didn't even have to put tints on it."
according to what i read on another forum, they did.Originally Posted by Curt Kurt
current ride: 2003 norco vps fluid 3.0 (custom build).