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Offline Aesop Rock

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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #90 on: March 28, 2014, 09:57:55 AM »
Mirra 540 Air
Volume Dinosaur (15" rear end FTW!)
Dirt Bros Patriot x 2
Fly Pantera V1
Solid KP Ripper
Terrible One Ruben
Fly Pantera 2
Sunday Wave 2
Fly Campillo
Terrible One SFA (Human's Bike)

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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #91 on: March 28, 2014, 02:02:52 PM »
Sunday OG
Colony hell stallion
Black eye stupid low frame
Colony lowcut
Colony Gnarkill
Cult Badboy
Sunday Funday
Sunday funday ( so nice i had to do it twice!)

All these frames broke into pieces apart from the sundays! :)
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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #92 on: July 13, 2014, 10:00:46 AM »
Haro Shredder 98-2001
Awesome 1" Head tube/3/8 dropouts Chromoly Redline race frame from the late 80's 2002-3
S&M Dirtbike 20.5" 2007
FBM Autopilot 19.875" 2008
Quamen ATL 20.5"2009
Deluxe 20.7" 2013
T1 2013 Hickerson 20.25" - Should have got a Ruben. Relaxed ht angles feel so much nicer with a coaster. 2013

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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #93 on: July 14, 2014, 10:19:44 AM »
Haro Revo.9 (first bike)

Macneil Heaton

 Macneil Friemuth with a euro

Traded that for a Haro Nyquist Sig bike frame with a euro and these crazy hydroformed tubes and gussets. That frame was rad.

Volume Dinosaur. I think I got this frame brand new for like 50 bucks. it was dope.

Hoffman Taj(Deebo?). It looked like a barcode. Was stoked, until I actually rode the damn thing.

Federal Hamilton. I burnt this frame in a fire. It looked awesome.

WTP Mono, with dropouts made of cheese

Psykopath team frame or something, it was probably the weirdest fucking frame ever.

Macneil Whitton 1 and 2, which is slightly ironic because I always kinda thought Whitton was a bit of a douche. The V2 was dope though.

Fit Hawk v1 for all of a week

WTP Phoenix.

Take Ivy, the only frame on this list that I actually broke, and probably my favourite of all of

Bought a used FITED which hated, so I traded it for...

FBM PW Moto. The acquisition of this frame signaled a relatively short but sweet descent into a period of drug induced intoxication.

Fit s3.5- this frame signalled the end of the drugs, for the most part.

Fly Tierra
Fit Eddie C without the built in post. I hated this frame. I liken it to a limo with the front seat of a fucking clown car.

Bought a Mutiny Rune after this which was the rest of the goddamn clown car. I am not too sure what I was thinking when I bought a frame with a 13 inch backend. I was probably high.

Bought a used Kink Tocco off a friend of mine, that frame was awesome.

Traded the Rune for an S&M ATF, sold the Tocco, and rode the ATF all last summer.

Bought a Credence MOD in 21.5, which I really like, which probably means I'm going to break it.

I think that was all of them. In all actuality, the only one I'd want back is the Take Ivy v1. 

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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #94 on: July 14, 2014, 03:41:25 PM »

Macneil Heaton

I've always been a short dude, but 2001-2003, I was a short kid and I lusted after that Heaton frame like a horse-fvcker in the stables.
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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #95 on: July 28, 2014, 12:12:59 PM »
I'm a little late to the party but I've owned a ton of bikes so I may as well add to the list. I started riding about 17 years ago at the age of 10. I got a paper route so that I could buy my first BMX bike and not ride my sisters hand me down pink huffy p.o.s. All through middle/highschool I had numerous different frames and would swap them out every day after school and ride something different each day. At 15, I got hired at the local bike shop and I went on a frame sampling frenzy. I had a 6 year period where I pretty much gave up BMX due to a herniated discs, broken neck, the loss of my left lung, cancer and making a push at making a career of racing downhill.

This is not necessarily in chronological order but after 11 concussions my memory is less than reliable, so bear with me. At some point in time I'll make a list of every bike I've ever owned inlcuding road, dj, bmx, DH, MTB, CX and so forth.

Mosh Expert AL
Specialized Vegas TJ Lavin Signature(gold and red yo!)
S&M Dirtbike
S&M Holmes
S&M NG Dirtbike
S&M Challenger w/990 mounts
S&M Challenger with V-mounts
S&M Bennett
Federal Division
Volume Destroyer(I think)..the dual wishbone Jason Enns signature
Federal Nation
Mosh DJ1(9lb frame!)
Mosh Brass
Mosh Method
Mutiny Soldier
Mutiny Undertaker
Haro R1(I think, it was the Nyquist signature after they killed the Backtrail)
Macneil Ruben in Tan
Macneil Ruben in Blue
Macneil Ruben in Black
Macneil Miron
Macneil Bibi
Premium Harrington(still own it)
Premium Team
Kink Fiend
Kink Freebird
Terrible One Ruben 2006 Maas Made(still own it)
Terrible One Byrnes Pre SFA
Terrible One Barcode
Terrible One SFA
Standard STA500 OX Platinum(still own it)
Federal Morrow
Fiend Morrow
Custom Solid(still own it)
United Mothership
Eastern Foetus(If I recall correctly mine was the especially unique press-fit bb version)
Eastern Grim Reaper
Colony Teddy V3
Huffy TL-88 (Todd Lyons bro..)
Gary Fisher Air Bob
Colony Gnarkill(Black with purple splatter paint, I think it was the Gnarkill)
Hoffman Chad Kagy
FBM Angel Of Death
Solid Wasp
Sunday Wave 2
Mirra 540
FreeAgent that was essentially a Specialized Vegas that was painted in Camo
Giant Method 24
Schwinn El Jefe
WTP Osato
There was an FBM that had a milkshake on the seat tube... I had one of those as well.
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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #96 on: July 28, 2014, 05:00:17 PM »
Some of these lists are insane

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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #97 on: July 28, 2014, 05:49:01 PM »
Eastern dragon
Sunday OG
Fly Mosca 2
Sunday Wave
Fit s3.5
Fly luna 2
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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #98 on: July 28, 2014, 06:55:10 PM »
nothing spectacular here...

tierra v1 20.6"
sputnic skyline 20.75"(i guess)
sunday forecaster 20.75"
and the fit dak 21" i ride now

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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #99 on: August 06, 2014, 12:37:17 AM »
First real frame was a powerlite p19. Cracked that, then came a

Macneil Ruben that I had forever, I'm sure its still alive somewhere.

Macneil bibi, felt great for 6 months till the headtube cracked off.

Macneil Whitton v2, felt great till the chainstay snapped.

Haro Convert. Only had it for 6 months, its was good.

Then came many various Norco frames, mostly rev's, with a seige and a couple custom team only ones thrown in.

And now I'm riding a deluxe sacre bleu. The back end is real long, which I didn't think I'd like, but turns out that I do.


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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #100 on: August 06, 2014, 02:33:00 AM »
Dyno Vfr
Hoffman Deebo
S&M Next gen dirt bike
WTP Omen
Metal Burma
S&M Holmes
Federal Tnez
Federal Hamilton
Fit s2
Federal Tnez (different one)
S&m Laf
Fit s3
T1 Sfa
Kink Farside
Federal Notorious
S&M Holmes (different one)
Subrosa Alameda
Federal Lacey
Federal Impala (one off custom)
Mutiny Cosmotron
Federal Bruno
Federal Tnez (another different one)

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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #101 on: August 06, 2014, 05:16:44 AM »
2002 - Schwinn Supermatic (20.75"). It had the same angles as the Miron signature but was made of hi-ten steel. It must have weighed 9lbs or so. I polished it so frequently that I wore through the paint on the top tube.

2004 - Wethepeople Pony (19"). I wish I kept this frame. If I am not mistaken, Hamilton rode one of these when he was filming his 'A Day Late and a Dollar Short' part.

2007 - Twenty French Kiss (20"). This was a fantastic frame, but I suspect that mine had bent chain stays. Winstanleys sold a batch of them off for 80 each, and I am convinced that they acquired them as faulty stock.

2008 - Wethepeople Ovoid (20.25").  This frame was marketed as a 'Euro street' frame. It had a very high stand-over, and if I remember correctly, the back-end was rather short.

2009 - Sunday Ian (20.5"). After becoming obsessed with Ian's riding, I bought one of these second-hand. I liked it, but it was a touch long for me, and I think the head-tube had been damaged by a previous owner.

2009 - FBM Cardona (20.5"). This frame did not suit my riding.

2010 - Federal Hamilton 2006 (20"). Although it was rather heavy, this frame was great to ride.

2011 - Federal Renegade (20"). I bought this frame because it was, to all intents and purposes, an updated version of the 2009 Hamilton.

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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #102 on: August 06, 2014, 11:28:06 AM »
Crappy mongoose 2002-2003ish

Haro 540 Air (first real bike!) 2003-2004ish

S&M Warpig (bought on ebay ~2004)

FBM Livewire (sold to Gary on here) 2005?

FBM Deployer (had a removable head tube, only frame I ever broke, also conveniently one of the first FBM frames with 6 month warranty) 2006?

Sunday first Wave (still have it on a shelf) 2007ish-2009ish

T1 SFA (got it used from some guy on here, can't remember his name) 2009-present
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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #103 on: August 06, 2014, 06:56:50 PM »
Probably going to get a few out of order but,

Mirra Pro
Schwinn Automatic
Angel Of Death
Alliance PSI
Solid Duke
Spanish Fly
Standard STA 500
Standard Lengthy

Probably a few others that don't come to mind
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Re: Frame History?
« Reply #104 on: August 07, 2014, 08:20:49 AM »
Not much considering I've been riding since 2001.

Mirra 540
Dragonfly DFX
Factory Of Madness (some german mailorder had these made, cheap, heavy and the dt cracked all the way around)
Fly Pantera (first gen. with us bb)
United Trinity
Fly Campillo
Fy Mosca

Now in the process of buying the Campillo back. The 19.8" Mosca is just too short. - Bike maintenance for BMX'ers

Re: Frame History?
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