The Forum is Down

As if you didnt already know the forum has been down, for a couple of days. I tried contacting service provider and they claim they cant fix it. Im not sure what to do at the moment, Im about to reset the forum with new software. I this means more interesting topics to talk about and even more internet bullying will happen.

Fresh Paint

There's nothing like fresh paint, to give an old bike a new look. I got my 20" early last year, I originally brought it used. The frame was spray painted white, so I stripped the white and painted it black.  The color was ok, but it got scratched up after a while and didnt match the bars or fork. The bars were purple and fork was a deeper black than the frame. I stripped the paint off the bars and fork so they could at least match, but I wasnt happy with the results. It look ok if it was a beater, but this bike was no throw away bike. I made the choice of getting a fresh power coating. I really didnt want black, and I needed something to match the grey camo rims and gold hubs. My color choice was Battleship Grey. I think it came out dope, its very neutral looking, with camo rims and gold hubs as accents its going to be a fun bike to kick around this summer.

Parts list:

frame, S&M L.A.F. 20.75

fork, Odyessy Flatland Fork

bars, Animal Edwins

stem, Odyessy Elementally

grips, Eastern 

headset, Zion internal 

rims, Sun/Ringle Big City Lites Winter Camo LTD Edition

hubs, KHE Geisha, 11t Freecoaster

ft tire, Primo Dirt

rr tire, Animal 

seat post, KHE Prismatic

seat, We the People

seat clamp, Pictured NYC Freeride clamp, switch to Animal clamp

ft brake, Primo E-Brake

rr brake, Odyessy Evo

levers, Odyessy

bottom bracket, Primo

cranks, Profile 165mm

spocket, Animal 30T

pedals, Atomlab Air Corp 

chain, KMC 710SL gold 

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First Look at Lucky’s Super Co.

 I had a chance to see the bike just over 2 weeks ago in person while it was being built. The bike looks killer in person, I was sworn not to reveal the pics till I got the word from Doc. Check the rest here.


If you wish to own one, the first batch 50 are available for sale and they are going fast, so email or call Doc asap. (801)973-0656 or


NYC Freeride Light Weight Glory Hole 2008 are Out!!!


 I swung by Racer's Edge this week to drop off my bike to be worked over before the season starts. And while looking over the glass for new I see the new 2008 Glory Holes by NYC Freride. The bigger difference I noticed was the weight, these thing were like BMX light, so you know they were light. They still look like they will rip to shred your shin if they ever come in contact with any exposed skin. So run down to Racer's Edge or contact NYC Freeride and get your pair, before they're all gone.


OOPS! These are Glory Holes not Race Lites, those will be out next month. 

Deity’s site has been updated


The long awaited 2008 deity site is finally here!

2008 marks a new chapter for deity starting with the debut of their all new website that showcases the new 2008 deity product line in a feature rich package that bleeds deity’s style on every page.

Wanting to deliver far more than the typical formulaic web site layout, the 2008 site has not only emphasized the refined direction deity is seeking, but also delivers comprehensive features and details of their all new 2008 product line plus so much more.

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NYCFreeride Sponsors Diablo Freeride Park

NYCFreeride Sponsors
Diablo Freeride Park


     NYCFR LTD. is very pleased to announce an exclusive product sponsorship of Diablo Freeride Park for the 2008 season.  As part of this agreement, NYCFR LTD. will be manufacturing a limited edition run of custom Glory Hole Pedals produced exclusively for the park.

     The “Diablo” Glory Hole pedal will feature a custom logo and color scheme and will be available to purchase exclusively at Diablo Freeride Park. In addition, the custom NYCFreeride “Diablo” Glory Hole pedal will be offered as prizes as the exclusive pedal of the 2008 U.S. Open of Mountain Biking and the 2008 Diablo Domination Series. “As the most-visited park in the east, Diablo Freeride Park is the perfect venue for NYCFreeride to showcase our products as we embark on a new phase of product development”, said Andrew Grossi, NYCFreeride General Manager. “Diablo Freeride Park plays host to several high-profile events and will provide us with product exposure benefits that are second to none.”  

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