Talking about myself is one of my least favorite things to do and generally I try to stay out of the picture as much as possible, but on very rare occasions there’s something worth posting up for you guys to check out. The other day I was fortunate enough to build up a fresh new setup after spending the past few years piecing together random parts when they needed to be swapped out or when a brand had asked if I wanted to test things out for them. Needless to say, my bike was a complete mix of parts that had spanned over the past 4 years or so making for a pretty weird feeling bike. I’m so thankful that the guys at Fly Bikes sent through a care package to get me dialed back in! Based off the photo above, you can see why I felt this was a good enough reason to show this off. I’ve put together a quick bike check giving you a closer look if you want to see this stainless beauty! Let’s take a look!
Frame: Flybikes Montana – Stainless colorway
Bars: Flybikes Isla – Stainless colorway
Fork: Flybikes Agua
Stem: Flybikes Roey
Grips: ODI Longnecks Flangless (backwards since I prefer flanges)
Pedals: Flybikes Ruben – Metal
Cranks: Profile Racing 170mm
Sprocket: Profile Racing Spline Drive
Chain: Flybikes Tractor
Seat / Post: Flybikes Roey Tripod seat and post
Front Wheel / Tire: Profile Racing Mini laced to a Sun Ringle Big Baller rim with a Fly Ruben 2.35″ tire
Rear Wheel / Tire: Profile Racing Mini laced to a Sun Ringle Big Baller rim with a Fly Ruben 2.35″ tire
Hub Guards: Profile Racing Aegis front and rear
Brakes / Lever / Cable: Fly Bikes Manual brakes, lever and cable.
Modifications: Cut down bars 1″ on both sides.
That wraps it up! I’d like to send a HUGE thank you to David Quesada and John Povah at Fly Bikes for sending the fresh kit through. I’d also like to give a shout out to Matt Coplon at Profile Racing for the constant support as well! I’m beyond stoked on this bike and am blown away by how good the stainless colorway looks!
What do you guys think of the bike?