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JAY MIRON BONDI BEACH. AUSTRALIA TOUR 2005.

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photo: Jeff Z

JAY MIRON BONDI BEACH. AUSTRALIA TOUR 2005.

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2006

MACNEILBIKESTWOTHOUSANDANDSIX. LIVING THE DREAM I started riding in the summer of 1982, and instantly fell in love with it. I knew almost from the beginning that I wanted to be a pro rider. I didn’t actually know it would happen until several years later, but I definitely couldn’t think of a better way to live my life. So I made it happen. I turned pro in 1989 and have been riding my bike all over the world, and living my dream ever since. People are always telling me how lucky I am for being able to live my dream. Well I have news for all of them. I’m even luckier than they think, because for the past five years I’ve been living my second dream – owning a company in the best sport in the world. I put that same passion into MacNeil that I put into my riding. When I sponsor a rider I get the same feeling that I used to get when I got myself a new sponsor. When people come up to me and tell me how much they like their MacNeil, it feels as good as when a fan asks for an autograph. I get as excited to drop a new product the same way I did to drop a new trick. It took me seven years to turn pro, then it took me a few more years to get comfortable with it and really make my mark. I’ve been in business for five years, and it makes me wonder if I have any double-back flips or 540-whips in store for MacNeil.

Josh Nendza on the West Coast Tour

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– Jay

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2006

MACNEILBIKESTWOTHOUSANDANDSIX. LIVING THE DREAM I started riding in the summer of 1982, and instantly fell in love with it. I knew almost from the beginning that I wanted to be a pro rider. I didn’t actually know it would happen until several years later, but I definitely couldn’t think of a better way to live my life. So I made it happen. I turned pro in 1989 and have been riding my bike all over the world, and living my dream ever since. People are always telling me how lucky I am for being able to live my dream. Well I have news for all of them. I’m even luckier than they think, because for the past five years I’ve been living my second dream – owning a company in the best sport in the world. I put that same passion into MacNeil that I put into my riding. When I sponsor a rider I get the same feeling that I used to get when I got myself a new sponsor. When people come up to me and tell me how much they like their MacNeil, it feels as good as when a fan asks for an autograph. I get as excited to drop a new product the same way I did to drop a new trick. It took me seven years to turn pro, then it took me a few more years to get comfortable with it and really make my mark. I’ve been in business for five years, and it makes me wonder if I have any double-back flips or 540-whips in store for MacNeil.

Josh Nendza on the West Coast Tour

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– Jay

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Gary Young

Alistair Whitton

Benny Korthaus

Bibi

John Heaton

Jay Miron

Nina Buitrago

Dave Freimuth

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Gary Young

Alistair Whitton

Benny Korthaus

Bibi

John Heaton

Jay Miron

Nina Buitrago

Dave Freimuth

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THE PRODUCTS Harrison Boyce

Nick Halsey

If you read Jay’s blurb at the beginning, you’ll know how ‘lucky’ he feels he’s been. I hate to argue, but the way I see it, luck has little to nothing to do with living your dreams. From the time I was 17 people have let me know how lucky I was to be traveling around with my friends riding my bike. Lucky? I guess they didn?t see me looking for a new job every other month because my bosses wouldn’t give me the time off to go to comps. Guess they overlooked the fact that I was living with 9 dudes in a warehouse? Is that luck? Not the way I see it. I think that’s doing whatever it takes to make dreams happen. Lately, I’ve been hearing how lucky we are to do what we love while working with our friends. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate that I love my job while some people hate theirs. Are the people that hate their jobs unlucky? Did they just not go after their dreams – or maybe they didn’t dream at all. We made this happen.

Zack Musarsa

Josh Nendza

You may be wondering how this fits as an intro to the parts section of this catalog? Well it does? Kinda. There is no luck involved in making the bike parts we do; people don’t see all the effort that goes into developing entirely new ideas. We’re making it happen one part at a time. I always wanted to be the guy who gets to work with a team like ours, making all of our ideas become reality for them – and you to ride. - Darcy

not pictured: Robin Fenlon, Dylan Clayton, Kym Grosser, Tony Mortenson, Shoe-G, Andy Kent, CK and Chris Martatos

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THE PRODUCTS Harrison Boyce

Nick Halsey

If you read Jay’s blurb at the beginning, you’ll know how ‘lucky’ he feels he’s been. I hate to argue, but the way I see it, luck has little to nothing to do with living your dreams. From the time I was 17 people have let me know how lucky I was to be traveling around with my friends riding my bike. Lucky? I guess they didn?t see me looking for a new job every other month because my bosses wouldn’t give me the time off to go to comps. Guess they overlooked the fact that I was living with 9 dudes in a warehouse? Is that luck? Not the way I see it. I think that’s doing whatever it takes to make dreams happen. Lately, I’ve been hearing how lucky we are to do what we love while working with our friends. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate that I love my job while some people hate theirs. Are the people that hate their jobs unlucky? Did they just not go after their dreams – or maybe they didn’t dream at all. We made this happen.

Zack Musarsa

Josh Nendza

You may be wondering how this fits as an intro to the parts section of this catalog? Well it does? Kinda. There is no luck involved in making the bike parts we do; people don’t see all the effort that goes into developing entirely new ideas. We’re making it happen one part at a time. I always wanted to be the guy who gets to work with a team like ours, making all of our ideas become reality for them – and you to ride. - Darcy

not pictured: Robin Fenlon, Dylan Clayton, Kym Grosser, Tony Mortenson, Shoe-G, Andy Kent, CK and Chris Martatos

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GARY RY Y RIDING RIDI HIS SF FRAME E AT THE RED BULL ELEVATION COMP.

THE YOUNG FRAME. “When Jay said he was giving me his bike, I was in disbelief. I liked his bike, but I wanted to make it less of a vert frame and more of a street frame. The first step was to shorten the back end and I wanted to make the frame lighter. Lastly, I wanted to make the gyro tabs removable. A badda bing a badda boom here is the Young frame. I hope you like it as much as I do.” - Gary

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If you think nice guys finish last – it’s true. When there’s riding to be done, Gary’s always the last one to get off his bike. The fact that his prototype has held up to his intense riding schedule is a true testament to it’s quality and design.

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20.5” top tube, 13.8” chainstay Small dropouts Brake mounts under seat stays Removable Oryg tabs Spanish BB/Integrated Headset only weight: 5.75 lbs colors: candy red (shown), royal blue, tan

* All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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GARY RY Y RIDING RIDI HIS SF FRAME E AT THE RED BULL ELEVATION COMP.

THE YOUNG FRAME. “When Jay said he was giving me his bike, I was in disbelief. I liked his bike, but I wanted to make it less of a vert frame and more of a street frame. The first step was to shorten the back end and I wanted to make the frame lighter. Lastly, I wanted to make the gyro tabs removable. A badda bing a badda boom here is the Young frame. I hope you like it as much as I do.” - Gary

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If you think nice guys finish last – it’s true. When there’s riding to be done, Gary’s always the last one to get off his bike. The fact that his prototype has held up to his intense riding schedule is a true testament to it’s quality and design.

· · · · · · ·

20.5” top tube, 13.8” chainstay Small dropouts Brake mounts under seat stays Removable Oryg tabs Spanish BB/Integrated Headset only weight: 5.75 lbs colors: candy red (shown), royal blue, tan

* All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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JOHN HEATON SECONDS BEFORE SPLITTING HIS HAND OPEN FOR THE SECOND TIME IN A WEEK.

THE HEATON II FRAME. “I wanted to bring this frame up to date – keep it light, strong and functional. It’s still small and easy to throw around like the original, but this one has evolved to keep up with today’s style of riding. I’m really happy with how it came out, and all the changes we’ve made make this bike perfect for the all around rider.” - John

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The new Heaton II frame isn’t just a tweak here and a tweak there with some new colors – it’s been completely redesigned from the BB on up.

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20.1” top tube, 13.5” chainstay Small dropouts Brake mounts under seat stays Removable Oryg tabs Slimmed down tube OD Spanish BB/Integrated Headset only weight: 5.5 lbs colors: ron burgundy (shown), metallic yellow, sky blue

* All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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JOHN HEATON SECONDS BEFORE SPLITTING HIS HAND OPEN FOR THE SECOND TIME IN A WEEK.

THE HEATON II FRAME. “I wanted to bring this frame up to date – keep it light, strong and functional. It’s still small and easy to throw around like the original, but this one has evolved to keep up with today’s style of riding. I’m really happy with how it came out, and all the changes we’ve made make this bike perfect for the all around rider.” - John

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The new Heaton II frame isn’t just a tweak here and a tweak there with some new colors – it’s been completely redesigned from the BB on up.

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20.1” top tube, 13.5” chainstay Small dropouts Brake mounts under seat stays Removable Oryg tabs Slimmed down tube OD Spanish BB/Integrated Headset only weight: 5.5 lbs colors: ron burgundy (shown), metallic yellow, sky blue

* All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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THE WHITTON FRAME. My frame has all the things I need in a bike. It’s strong, unless you get hit by a bus, and it’s smooth, unless you beat it with a spanner. Look after it and it will look after you... - Ali

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Ali’s been using and abusing his bike for a while now, and he loves it. What’s not to love? Everything you want in a frame and nothing you don’t.

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20.9” top tube, 14.25” chainstay 19mm dent-resistant chain and seat stays Oryg tabs 14mm axle slots Spanish BB/Integrated headset only weight: 6.0 lbs colors: kelly green (shown), overcast gray, gun metal gray

* All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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THE WHITTON FRAME. My frame has all the things I need in a bike. It’s strong, unless you get hit by a bus, and it’s smooth, unless you beat it with a spanner. Look after it and it will look after you... - Ali

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Ali’s been using and abusing his bike for a while now, and he loves it. What’s not to love? Everything you want in a frame and nothing you don’t.

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20.9” top tube, 14.25” chainstay 19mm dent-resistant chain and seat stays Oryg tabs 14mm axle slots Spanish BB/Integrated headset only weight: 6.0 lbs colors: kelly green (shown), overcast gray, gun metal gray

* All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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THE TEAM ISSUE. The Team Issue was an instant classic from day one. With only a few slight revisions it keeps getting better. Just ask anyone who rides one. It’s one of the most reliable and rideable frames out there.

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20.75” top tube, 14.25” chainstay Smaller dropouts Brake mounts under seat stays Now with Oryg tabs Slimmed down tube OD Spanish BB/Integrated Headset only weight: 6.22 lbs colors: metal chocolate or blue sTeal

THE DEUCE DEUCE. Simply the biggest BMX frame on the market, with all the strength to match. If your current bike is cramping your style (and your back) check out the specs on the Deuce.

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22” top tube, 14.75” chainstay Smaller dropouts Brake mounts under seat stays Now with Oryg tabs 44mm down tube Spanish BB/Integrated Headset only weight: 6.48 lbs colors: metal chocolate or blue sTeal

* All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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THE TEAM ISSUE. The Team Issue was an instant classic from day one. With only a few slight revisions it keeps getting better. Just ask anyone who rides one. It’s one of the most reliable and rideable frames out there.

· · · · · · · ·

20.75” top tube, 14.25” chainstay Smaller dropouts Brake mounts under seat stays Now with Oryg tabs Slimmed down tube OD Spanish BB/Integrated Headset only weight: 6.22 lbs colors: metal chocolate or blue sTeal

THE DEUCE DEUCE. Simply the biggest BMX frame on the market, with all the strength to match. If your current bike is cramping your style (and your back) check out the specs on the Deuce.

· · · · · · · ·

22” top tube, 14.75” chainstay Smaller dropouts Brake mounts under seat stays Now with Oryg tabs 44mm down tube Spanish BB/Integrated Headset only weight: 6.48 lbs colors: metal chocolate or blue sTeal

* All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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FRONT HUB. CASSETTE HUB. By making our own hub shell molds, all of the normal restrictions were gone, allowing us to make exactly what we’ve always wanted. Not only did we increase the width of the flanges, but we pushed the flanges out to the edges of the hubs, which increases the strength of a 36 spoke wheel significantly. The slotted flanges are designed to protect the spokes from grinds by making them sit flush into the hub body. The thicker flanges won’t bend, so you can think about the ledge in front of you instead of your hubs.

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Features · 2x high-quality bearings. · Axle is available as 14mm hollow or 3/8” solid · Large diameter body is light yet super strong · Slotted for 3-cross lacing · Available only in 36 hole · weight: 290g (0.63 lbs) · color: black

Features · One-piece drivers for 9T, 10T and 11T, · Available with 12T, 13T or 14T cogs · 14mm hollow axle only · Slotted for 3-cross lacing · High-quality bearings · 4-pawl engagement system · Available only in 36 hole · weight: 530g (1.17 lbs) · color: black

WHEELS. wheels

MacNeil wheels are available in front or rear – laced to Alex rims they’re ready to ride right out of the box. Front: 36H hub laced to an Alex Supra B rim Rear: 36H cassette laced to an Alex Supra G rim

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FRONT HUB. CASSETTE HUB. By making our own hub shell molds, all of the normal restrictions were gone, allowing us to make exactly what we’ve always wanted. Not only did we increase the width of the flanges, but we pushed the flanges out to the edges of the hubs, which increases the strength of a 36 spoke wheel significantly. The slotted flanges are designed to protect the spokes from grinds by making them sit flush into the hub body. The thicker flanges won’t bend, so you can think about the ledge in front of you instead of your hubs.

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Features · 2x high-quality bearings. · Axle is available as 14mm hollow or 3/8” solid · Large diameter body is light yet super strong · Slotted for 3-cross lacing · Available only in 36 hole · weight: 290g (0.63 lbs) · color: black

Features · One-piece drivers for 9T, 10T and 11T, · Available with 12T, 13T or 14T cogs · 14mm hollow axle only · Slotted for 3-cross lacing · High-quality bearings · 4-pawl engagement system · Available only in 36 hole · weight: 530g (1.17 lbs) · color: black

WHEELS. wheels

MacNeil wheels are available in front or rear – laced to Alex rims they’re ready to ride right out of the box. Front: 36H hub laced to an Alex Supra B rim Rear: 36H cassette laced to an Alex Supra G rim

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SEATS AND POSTS. The MacNeil seat and seatpost, using patented Pivotal Technology has done away with the heavy rails and the bulky hardware of traditional seats. Instead the seat sits on its plastic base directly on top of the post, held together by a single bolt that’s accessed through the patch on the top of the seat. This allows for easy adjustment of the seat angle. One quick turn and you’re done. It’s the lightest, strongest, simplest design out there. Dig BMX Magazine: “This is one of those designs that’s so simple and makes perfect sense”

Features: · 3 seat choices (look for at least two new shapes and up to 6 new models for Spring ‘06) · no rails to bend or twist · no ugly-heavy guts showing · weight of seat and post is just over a pound · The seatpost is an ultra-light 3D-forged 6061 alloy post, with internal oval construction for strength · 5 post O.D.’s: 25.4mm, 27.0mm, 27.2mm, 30.9mm and 31.6mm The O.G. the size of a traditional seat with a short, out of the way nose. The Capital like a traditional seat, with a bit more cushion and kevlar back section

RideUK Magazine: “Pure Genius” The S.L.(Super Light)our slimmest design. Clean and light. colors: black (with a bunch of new models and styles in the works)

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SEATS AND POSTS. The MacNeil seat and seatpost, using patented Pivotal Technology has done away with the heavy rails and the bulky hardware of traditional seats. Instead the seat sits on its plastic base directly on top of the post, held together by a single bolt that’s accessed through the patch on the top of the seat. This allows for easy adjustment of the seat angle. One quick turn and you’re done. It’s the lightest, strongest, simplest design out there. Dig BMX Magazine: “This is one of those designs that’s so simple and makes perfect sense”

Features: · 3 seat choices (look for at least two new shapes and up to 6 new models for Spring ‘06) · no rails to bend or twist · no ugly-heavy guts showing · weight of seat and post is just over a pound · The seatpost is an ultra-light 3D-forged 6061 alloy post, with internal oval construction for strength · 5 post O.D.’s: 25.4mm, 27.0mm, 27.2mm, 30.9mm and 31.6mm The O.G. the size of a traditional seat with a short, out of the way nose. The Capital like a traditional seat, with a bit more cushion and kevlar back section

RideUK Magazine: “Pure Genius” The S.L.(Super Light)our slimmest design. Clean and light. colors: black (with a bunch of new models and styles in the works)

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Last year we called these the bars of the future. We didn’t have a crystal ball, we just know a good thing when we see it. These bars are essential to your ride.

LIGHT BARS. 9-BUTTED

FEATURES: · 9-butted design · Heat-treated · Strong and light · 5°, 14° and Tall bars · colors: black and metallic chocolate

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Light 5° bar · 5° of back-sweep · height: 7.25” · width: 25” · weight: 1.42lbs

Light 14° bar · 14° of back-sweep · height: 7.25” · width: 25” · weight: 1.42lbs

Light Tall bar · 12° of back-sweep · 5° of up-sweep · height: 7.75” · width: 24” · weight: 1.42lbs

ID FORKS.

INNER DIAMETER

The ID fork delivers incredible strength in an ultra-light package. Several manufacturing techniques are used to create this revolutionary fork. By simply inserting an internal gusset into the crown we have been able to substantially increase their strength.

FEATURES: · Internal gusset inside the steer tube · Hand-built using full Japanese chromoly tubing · Full heat-treating · Single-butted fork legs · Custom alloy preload bolt uses socket wrench, offset brake cable hole · 4mm thick Dropouts (10mm, 14mm) · Available with or without brake mounts · weight: 2.3lbs · colors: black and metallic chocolate

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Last year we called these the bars of the future. We didn’t have a crystal ball, we just know a good thing when we see it. These bars are essential to your ride.

LIGHT BARS. 9-BUTTED

FEATURES: · 9-butted design · Heat-treated · Strong and light · 5°, 14° and Tall bars · colors: black and metallic chocolate

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Light 5° bar · 5° of back-sweep · height: 7.25” · width: 25” · weight: 1.42lbs

Light 14° bar · 14° of back-sweep · height: 7.25” · width: 25” · weight: 1.42lbs

Light Tall bar · 12° of back-sweep · 5° of up-sweep · height: 7.75” · width: 24” · weight: 1.42lbs

ID FORKS.

INNER DIAMETER

The ID fork delivers incredible strength in an ultra-light package. Several manufacturing techniques are used to create this revolutionary fork. By simply inserting an internal gusset into the crown we have been able to substantially increase their strength.

FEATURES: · Internal gusset inside the steer tube · Hand-built using full Japanese chromoly tubing · Full heat-treating · Single-butted fork legs · Custom alloy preload bolt uses socket wrench, offset brake cable hole · 4mm thick Dropouts (10mm, 14mm) · Available with or without brake mounts · weight: 2.3lbs · colors: black and metallic chocolate

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Light Sprocket What can we say, when we find something we like, we stick with it. The light sprockets are a minimalist version of our ever popular original sprocket. · weight: 62g -193g Guard Sprocket

CELL STEM. After a two year hiatus from the stem market we’re back in business with the new Cell stem. It may look familiar since it’s pretty similar to our original front load stem. The difference is about 50 grams. By internally machining out the body in a 3-D CNC unit we were able lighten this stem by about 15%. · colors: black, drab brown · weight: 310 grams

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One of our most copied products of all time – thank you, we accept the compliment. By simply machining the sprocket and guard from one piece of aluminum we’re able to have a sprocket that’s stiff in all directions, protects the teeth and is still light. We’re proud of this one. · weight: 136g -372g

SPROCKETS.

Features: all of our sprockets are: · Made from American 6061 Aluminum · 5mm thickness · Three crank mounting holes · Offset teeth · sizes: 25t, 28t, 30t, 33t, 36t, 39t · colors: black, drab brown

LIGHT. GUARD.

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Light Sprocket What can we say, when we find something we like, we stick with it. The light sprockets are a minimalist version of our ever popular original sprocket. · weight: 62g -193g Guard Sprocket

CELL STEM. After a two year hiatus from the stem market we’re back in business with the new Cell stem. It may look familiar since it’s pretty similar to our original front load stem. The difference is about 50 grams. By internally machining out the body in a 3-D CNC unit we were able lighten this stem by about 15%. · colors: black, drab brown · weight: 310 grams

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One of our most copied products of all time – thank you, we accept the compliment. By simply machining the sprocket and guard from one piece of aluminum we’re able to have a sprocket that’s stiff in all directions, protects the teeth and is still light. We’re proud of this one. · weight: 136g -372g

SPROCKETS.

Features: all of our sprockets are: · Made from American 6061 Aluminum · 5mm thickness · Three crank mounting holes · Offset teeth · sizes: 25t, 28t, 30t, 33t, 36t, 39t · colors: black, drab brown

LIGHT. GUARD.

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PEGS. Our pegs are light, but we don’t call them light pegs. The reason – we never had any heavy ones that we need to differentiate them from. These pegs were introduced as one of MacNeil’s first products. They haven’t changed much because they’ve been proven since day one.

SPANISH BB. BAR ENDS.

FEATURES: · heat-treated chromoly · 4” long · Internally-relieved to reduce weight while maintaining strength · Anti-rotation pins included · 3/8”, 14mm, or mixed · weight: 0.48lbs/.21kg (each)

· Barends avaliable in either aluminum or stainless steel · weight: Steel: 0.20 lbs Aluminum: 0.06 lbs

The MacNeil Spanish Bottom Bracket is spec’d to fit any bike equipped with a Spanish BB. Press it in and go.

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PEGS. Our pegs are light, but we don’t call them light pegs. The reason – we never had any heavy ones that we need to differentiate them from. These pegs were introduced as one of MacNeil’s first products. They haven’t changed much because they’ve been proven since day one.

SPANISH BB. BAR ENDS.

FEATURES: · heat-treated chromoly · 4” long · Internally-relieved to reduce weight while maintaining strength · Anti-rotation pins included · 3/8”, 14mm, or mixed · weight: 0.48lbs/.21kg (each)

· Barends avaliable in either aluminum or stainless steel · weight: Steel: 0.20 lbs Aluminum: 0.06 lbs

The MacNeil Spanish Bottom Bracket is spec’d to fit any bike equipped with a Spanish BB. Press it in and go.

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THE CLOTHING.

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catalog photographers

Harrison Boyce Dave Freimuth Darcy Saccucci Andrew McMullen Jeff Zielinski Paul Roberts

THE SPECS. FRAME

TEAM ISSUE DEUCE DEUCE WHITTON

Zack Musarsa, West Vancouver, BC

TOP TUBE

HEAD TUBE

SEAT TUBE

CHAINSTAY LENGTH

BOTTOM BRACKET

BRAKE MOUNTS

AXLE SLOTS

ORYG TABS

WEIGHT (lbs.)

20.75”

74.5° INT

71°

14.25”

SPANISH

SEAT STAYS

14mm

YES

6.22

METAL CHOCOLATE, BLUE sTEAL

SEAT STAYS

14mm

YES

6.48

METAL CHOCOLATE, BLUE sTEAL

COLORS

22”

74.5° INT

71°

14.75”

SPANISH

20.9”

74.5° INT

71°

14.25”

SPANISH

SEAT STAYS

14mm

YES

6.04

KELLY GREEN, OVERCAST GRAY, GUN METAL GRAY

SEAT STAYS

14mm

REMOVABLE

5.50

SKY BLUE, RON BURGUNDY, METALLIC YELLOW

SEAT STAYS

14mm

REMOVABLE

5.75

ROYAL BLUE, CANDY RED, TAN

HEATON II

20.1”

74.5° INT

71°

13.5”

SPANISH

YOUNG

20.5”

74.5° INT

71°

13.8”

SPANISH

All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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USA Tip Plus Distribution www.tipplusbmx.com info@tipplusbmx.com 800 821 9443

Germany Country Bikes www.countrybikes.de info@countrybikes.de 49 (0) 89 357 46 899

Israel Israel BMX www.israelbmx.co.il il_bmx@yahoo.com 972 3 6829516

Canada Ten Pack Distribution www.tenpackbmx.com info@tenpackbmx.com 604 421 2229

Netherlands SC Distribution www.scdistribution.nl info@scdistribution.nl 3120 4081041

Greece Dark Riders www.darkriders.gr darkridersbmx@hotmail.com 0030 210 2584728

United Kingdom Seventies Distribution www.seventies.co.uk sales@seventies.co.uk 0845 3103670

Portugal Milhinhos Freestyle Only www.mfobmx.com info@mfobmx.com 00351 244 835 007

Hungary Velvart Bike Co. www.velvartbmx.hu velvart@axelero.hu 00 36 1 3513942

France Sunex Distribution www.sunex.fr info@sunex.fr 334 94 19 85 95

Taiwan Iron Horse BMX ironhorsebmxshop@yahoo.com

Poland Proletaryat BMX www.proletaryatbmx.pl kuba@proletaryatbmx.pl 48 600 141 878

Australia TripleSix Distribution www.triplesix.com.au info@triplesix.com.au 61 2 4368 2811 Japan Zen Distribution www.zendistro.com info@zendistro.com 03 5779 6684

South Africa BMX Distro bmxdistro@yahoo.com 27 (0) 21 5571520 Singapore Tiong Hin Company Tyre www.tionghin.com tionghin@tionghin.com (65) 62800416

Russia B.O.G. Sport Co. info@dragonBMX.ru 7 (095) 507-2905

MACNEIL INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION. speaking of international… this catalog was produced on 3 continents across 4 sleepless days and nights.

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catalog photographers

Harrison Boyce Dave Freimuth Darcy Saccucci Andrew McMullen Jeff Zielinski Paul Roberts

THE SPECS. FRAME

TEAM ISSUE DEUCE DEUCE WHITTON

Zack Musarsa, West Vancouver, BC

TOP TUBE

HEAD TUBE

SEAT TUBE

CHAINSTAY LENGTH

BOTTOM BRACKET

BRAKE MOUNTS

AXLE SLOTS

ORYG TABS

WEIGHT (lbs.)

20.75”

74.5° INT

71°

14.25”

SPANISH

SEAT STAYS

14mm

YES

6.22

METAL CHOCOLATE, BLUE sTEAL

SEAT STAYS

14mm

YES

6.48

METAL CHOCOLATE, BLUE sTEAL

COLORS

22”

74.5° INT

71°

14.75”

SPANISH

20.9”

74.5° INT

71°

14.25”

SPANISH

SEAT STAYS

14mm

YES

6.04

KELLY GREEN, OVERCAST GRAY, GUN METAL GRAY

SEAT STAYS

14mm

REMOVABLE

5.50

SKY BLUE, RON BURGUNDY, METALLIC YELLOW

SEAT STAYS

14mm

REMOVABLE

5.75

ROYAL BLUE, CANDY RED, TAN

HEATON II

20.1”

74.5° INT

71°

13.5”

SPANISH

YOUNG

20.5”

74.5° INT

71°

13.8”

SPANISH

All MacNeil frames are hand-built with seamless Japanese tubing, with heat-treated 4130 headtubes, BB shells, and dropouts (5mm thick).

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USA Tip Plus Distribution www.tipplusbmx.com info@tipplusbmx.com 800 821 9443

Germany Country Bikes www.countrybikes.de info@countrybikes.de 49 (0) 89 357 46 899

Israel Israel BMX www.israelbmx.co.il il_bmx@yahoo.com 972 3 6829516

Canada Ten Pack Distribution www.tenpackbmx.com info@tenpackbmx.com 604 421 2229

Netherlands SC Distribution www.scdistribution.nl info@scdistribution.nl 3120 4081041

Greece Dark Riders www.darkriders.gr darkridersbmx@hotmail.com 0030 210 2584728

United Kingdom Seventies Distribution www.seventies.co.uk sales@seventies.co.uk 0845 3103670

Portugal Milhinhos Freestyle Only www.mfobmx.com info@mfobmx.com 00351 244 835 007

Hungary Velvart Bike Co. www.velvartbmx.hu velvart@axelero.hu 00 36 1 3513942

France Sunex Distribution www.sunex.fr info@sunex.fr 334 94 19 85 95

Taiwan Iron Horse BMX ironhorsebmxshop@yahoo.com

Poland Proletaryat BMX www.proletaryatbmx.pl kuba@proletaryatbmx.pl 48 600 141 878

Australia TripleSix Distribution www.triplesix.com.au info@triplesix.com.au 61 2 4368 2811 Japan Zen Distribution www.zendistro.com info@zendistro.com 03 5779 6684

South Africa BMX Distro bmxdistro@yahoo.com 27 (0) 21 5571520 Singapore Tiong Hin Company Tyre www.tionghin.com tionghin@tionghin.com (65) 62800416

Russia B.O.G. Sport Co. info@dragonBMX.ru 7 (095) 507-2905

MACNEIL INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION. speaking of international… this catalog was produced on 3 continents across 4 sleepless days and nights.

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BIBI BOYCE BUITRAGO CLAYTON C.K. FENLON FREIMUTH GROSSER HALSEY HEATON KENT KORTHAUS MARTATOS MIRON MORTENSON MUSARSA NENDZA SHOE-G WHITTON YOUNG

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BIBI BOYCE BUITRAGO CLAYTON C.K. FENLON FREIMUTH GROSSER HALSEY HEATON KENT KORTHAUS MARTATOS MIRON MORTENSON MUSARSA NENDZA SHOE-G WHITTON YOUNG

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PRINTED IN CANADA

www.macneilbmx.com info@macneilbmx.com

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2006 MacNeil Bikes catalog