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Fly’s always taken its own and somewhat

The North West Galicia area of Spain isn’t

untraditional path, we create innovative bikes

exactly a place that comes to mind when you

and parts helping people think outside the

think of a go-to BMX mecca, it’s actually not a

box, to think of possibilities and inspire for the

place you’d think of at all in regards to BMX to

pure enjoyment of the riding experience. The

be honest, usually its Barcelona, Madrid, Malaga,

same goes for our riders, we’ve chosen a team

or even maybe Bilbao, but when you have

of visionaries, riders not just thinking about

one of the most iconic riders on the planet as

the “now”, the latest trick or what’s trendy, but

a tour guide, any city is a blank canvas, and an

having a longer term understanding of what

every day trip turns into something potentially

BMX should be, whether that’s style, or just the

quite unforgettable. With Ruben spending

simplicity of riding but ultimately its about fun

a good chunk of his year in Northern Spain

and sustainability of the sport we love. Trips, to

surfing, enjoying life and having friends come

us aren’t too much different, just an extension

visit, its ultimately afforded him the freedom

of the brand and the team, we try to create

to explore, hunting out new and untapped

something a little out of the norm, but also

spots. It’s well documented, Ruben’s the king of

capture the essence of what bike riding is all

reimagining architecture, as all of us, he sees the

about to us, our vision of fun with friends, trave-

world very differently, he sees things through

ling, searching, riding original and untouched

a bike riders eyes, everything is opportunity,

spots, and in some instances creating our own

potentially something to put his wheels on and inside these pages is a journey, a journey of fun and creation with the Fly team with Ruben Alcantara at the wheel, making ok and what be considered “almost spots” into versatile and “amazing spots” all over Galicia … Enjoy “Fly Bikes Coastin”.


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Sergio’s one of the hardest working riders in BMX, hands down, he travels & does more than the majority of the pros out there today, & all with a big appreciative smile on his face. He knows how lucky he is to be riding a bike for a living & reps the brands that make it happen for him to the max. Super adaptable, Sergio is the smart choice to take on any trip, you know he’ll deliver & gets along with everyone. In Galicia, Sergio rode every spot we pulled up at, some spots definitely favored certain riders over, but Sergio laid it down everywhere & took advantage of some of the best photos ops possible ‌ The proofs in the pudding.


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V.P: It has been hard to wait the whole trip to get a proper sunset, the last evening.


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With the swagger of a true Italian, Stefan brings his style game everywhere he goes, including Galicia. Stefan treats his bike like its his motorcycle pushing himself to the limit, whipping it & going a little harder & blasting the makeshift tranny’s a little higher every time he rode‌.. To the point he took himself out & almost off of the trip on one gap to wall ride gone-wrong when he wrecked pretty hard scaring the crap out of the rest of the crew.


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Kevin’s a workhorse, put him in any scenario, any situation & he’s going to bust his ass, come out swinging and do his best no matter what, it’s a given even if he’s not feeling-the situation. Maybe its his upbringing, his overall love for riding or just knowing his bike will perform however he wants it, Kevin’s definitely in control. & has a genuine passion for riding, & it shows every time he jumps on his bike. Galicia is a far cry from the easy to find spots back home, of Barcelona or Madrid, it’s a uniquely beautiful place, with phenomenal scenery & breathtaking sunsets, & even better un-ridden terrain that Kevin definitely took advantage of with the help of an imaginative crew, some sketchy ramps & a lot of hard work on his part.


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V.P: We visit so many nice place not ridable and with the 2 bananas we were able to build our spots, outside from the cities sometimes.


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In a crew of foreigners, Devon definitely comes across as the loud obnoxious American, but with his friendly demeanor & the common language of BMX, its hard not to love him, he just has this positive fun loving personality that’s infectious. Coming to Galicia with an injured knee, it was unexpected that he managed to ride at all, & especially at the level he did, not a day went by without an element of surprise of what he was a able pull off with bunk knee. Maybe it’s the youthful exuberance, riding confidence or just pure luck, Devon powered through. & on a mainly tranny inspired trip with some of the best “slashers” in the game, the very adaptable but slightly slowed Devon managed to squeeze out some pretty awesome moves on some equally amazing, unique & untouched spots.


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V.P: Sometimes it’s better to try to make a creative photo, but sometimes it’s better to give justice to the riding and keep it simple.


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Chris was the other mainly street dog on the trip, & is undoubtedly the life of any party, he keeps things rolling & everyone smiling, he finds the funny in almost everything, even when he takes himself out by folding his foot under itself on the first few days of the trip. Although riding with a foot that could barely fit into a shoe that obviously slowed him some, by the end of the trip, Chris pulled it together & powered through with some moves to impress & kept Devon company on their pity-party of injuries.


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V.P: That was cool to get help from few people to make some shooting happen, like all the riders carrying the ramps or Povah bringing a technician help.


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Photo: Ismael Ibañez

Much like Devon, Shane could be considered the loud obnoxious American among a crew of foreigners, but his love for bike riding & sense of humor is the common tie & what breaks down any language or geographical barriers. His personality is as big as his hair, & matched only by his love for bike throwing & basketball. His unique approach to riding sets him apart from the crowd, which is hard to achieve these days but very refreshing in all honesty, with his own brand of pegless freecoaster riding he’s more comfortable rolling backwards than forwards a lot of the time & will regularly hunt out the nearest manual pad or stair set to session while the rest of the crew are out hunting for tranny’s or rails … Shane’s definitely one in a million,


Photo: Ismael Iba単ez

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Out of his element & on new terrain, Matt’s like a giddy little excited kid. He has the energy of a 7 year old with the happy go lucky personality to match. He rides nonstop, especially when he’s trying to pull something, it’s just back-to-back to back until he pulls the intended trick. Which was the case a good few times on flybikescoastin trip, he worked hard & got it done. Matt has a style all his own & is something that has to be experienced first hand to appreciate, just slashing around, carving the concrete wave in his cut-off jeans & taking advantage of any opportunity for a suntan, Matt pulls speed out of thin air & somehow hits the invisible brakes on-route to some amazing results on the most amazing scenery, but not necessarily the easiest terrain to ride in the world.


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VP: For this trip was nice to be able to create some scenery or to decide at what time we could shoot:for example control the light or choose the background.

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Ruben, with his down to earth & somewhat relaxed personality, it’s kinda easy to forget his legend & what he brings to the game. Being around & riding with him is unique. Most riders tend to show the whole range of their riding ability, but with Ruben, he likes to pick one thing to do & do it until he gets his fill, which doesn’t make sense to many & may take months or even years until something else catches his fancy, by that time the rest of the sport is only just now starting to do what he did years ago, some may call it bike wiggles & some may call it art, but. With the same mindset, it’s Ruben’s concept of modular ramps that could be placed anywhere in any configuration possible that the trip was based around. Sticking mainly to the coast of Galicia, hitting small, untouched seaside towns where no other BMXer’s or skaters had ever been or seen. 58 / 59


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V.P: That awesome to see evolve the “palette� concept that fly did few years ago into that guetto ramp and bring so many different unique spots.


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Not a moment passes without Courage smiling, he’s just happy to be on his bike, happy to be on the road, happy to be around good friends & I think the only time he may be happier is when he’s sleeping, which he did whenever possible & was always the last to wake up in the morning on this trip. Tagging along as the token flow team rider among the pro team riders on the Galicia trip, Courage’s quiet demeanor but bike skills that amaze are a constant source of amazement.


V.P: The trip was a good mix of culture with a lot of different country represented : Spain, England, France, Italia, US, Australia‌


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Color | Gloss dodger blue

Color |Gloss black


With a 20.2” tt, short 13.2” rear end,

1020 Hi-ten bars

medium 8.25” bars and short 25mm.

Trebol rims

offset forks, the Electron is the perfect

Trebol sealed rear hub

bike for small riders or riders looking

Trebol loose ball front hub

for a fun small bike.

Flybikes Roey seat

Trebol Tripod post 6061-T6 Aluminum

Specs

Trebol top load stem

20.2” top tube / 13.2” rear end / 7.5”

4130 CrMo cranks with sealed

stand over / 8.25 x 28” bars / 25mm.

Spanish bb

offset forks

Trebol 25t 1020 hi-ten sprocket

4130 CrMo main frame

Flybikes Ruben tires, grips & pedals

4130 CrMo forks steer tube

WEIGHT 11.050 grs. / 24.3 lb.

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Parts | Roey seat

Parts | Trebol sealed rear hub

Parts | Trebol brake

Parts | Trebol rims

Parts | Trebol Tripod post

Parts | Ruben Graphite pedals


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Color | Metallic green

Color |Gloss black


The Neutron is a fun tech bike with

Removable brake mounts

a 20.6” tt, short 13.2” rear end, tall 8.5“

Trebol rims

bars and 27mm. offset forks. The bike

Trebol sealed rear hub

for tech riders.

Trebol sealed front hub

Flybikes Devon seat

Specs

Trebol Tripod post 6061-T6 Aluminum

20.6” top tube / 13.2” rear end / 8”

Trebol front load stem

stand over / 8.5 x 28.5” bars / 27mm.

Trebol ICS 4130 CrMo cranks with

offset forks

sealed Spanish bb

4130 CrMo main frame

Trebol 25t 4130 CrMo sprocket

4130 CrMo forks steer tube

Flybikes Ruben tires, grips & pedals

4130 CrMo bars

WEIGHT 10.800 grs. / 23.8 lb.

Parts | Trebol front load stem

Parts | Trebol sealed front hub

Parts | Specs sticker

Parts | Trebol CrMo sprocket

Parts | Removable brake mounts

Parts | Ruben grips


Color | Gloss burgundy

Color |Gloss black


The Proton is a classic geometry bike with a 21” tt, medium 13.6” rear end, big 8.75“ bars and regular 32mm. offset forks.The bike for the all around rider, trails rider, taller riders or simply riders that like bigger and more stable bikes. —

Specs

21” top tube / 13.6” rear end / 8.5” stand over / 8.75 x 29” bars / 32mm. offset forks 4130 CrMo main frame 4130 CrMo forks steer tube 4130 CrMo bars

Removable brake mounts Trebol rims Trebol sealed rear hub Trebol sealed front hub Flybikes Devon seat Trebol Tripod post 6061-T6 Aluminum Trebol top load stem Trebol ICS 4130 CrMo cranks with sealed Spanish bb Trebol 25t 4130 CrMo sprocket Flybikes Ruben tires & pedals Flybikes Devon grips WEIGHT 10.900 grs. / 24 lb.

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Parts | Devon seat

Parts | Trebol post clamp

Parts | Trebol top load stem

Parts | Trebol ICS cranks

Parts | Devon grips

Parts | Ruben tires


Tubing features

Offset thickness headtube:

Butted tubing

Full Seamless 4130 CrMo tubing —

Thick section on welding area to

areas

support top & down tubes

Integrated internal gusset

Increased thicness on stress

welding

Systems

Offset thickness technology

Thin section on front

EBS (Easy brake system)

to create a integrated internal

Best strength-weight ratio

RGT (Removable gyro tab)

gusset

HCS (Horizontal cut system)

Avoids weakening the tubing

Taped tubing

produced by the over-heating

Multiple butted & taped tubes

OD: Outside diameter

on welded gussets

Better stress distribution

SIZES IN MM.

T: Thickness

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Frames Isla

Fuego

Montaña

Trueno

Shane Weston Signature

Devon Smillie Signature

Stefan Latnschner Signature

Sergio Layos Signature

Top Tube: 20.8”

Top Tube: 21”

Top tube: 21”

Top Tube: 20.6”

Head tube: 75º

Head tube: 75.5º

Head tube 75º

Head tube: 75º

Seat tube: 70º

Seat tube: 71º

Seat tube: 69º

Seat tube: 71º

Rear end: 13.40”

Rear end: 13.80”

Rear end: 13.60”

Rear end: 13.40”

Specs

Specs

Specs

Specs

Standover: 8.5”

Standover: 9”

Standover: 8.5”

Standover: 8.5”

BB height: 11.75”

BB height: 11.75”

BB height: 11.75

BB height: 11.75”

2.200 grs. / 4.85 lb

2,330 grs. / 5.13 lb

2.235 grs. / 4.92 lb

2.200 grs. / 4.85 lb

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06/07

Color | Gloss black

Color | Gloss burgundy

Color | Metallic green

Color | Gloss raw

Color | Gloss raw

Color | Stainless

Color | Gloss black

Color | Gloss black

Color | Gloss black

Color | Gloss raw

Color | Stainless

Color | Gloss raw

Color | Stainless

Color | Gloss Black

Color | Gloss dodger blue

Color | Gloss raw


Heat-treated 9 butted seamless 4130 CrMo tubing

Fuego

Montaña

796 grs. / 1.75 lb.

737 gr. / 1.62 lb.

727 grs. / 1.60 lb.

785 grs. / 1.73 lb.

Trueno

Isla


Bars Isla

Fuego

Montaña

Trueno

Shane Wheston Signature

Devon Smillie Signature

Stefan Lantschner Signature

Sergio Layos Signature

Specs

Specs

— Specs

— Specs

Rise: 9”

Rise: 8.75”

Rise: 8.5”

Width: 29”

Width: 29”

Width: 28.5”

Side sweep: 12º

Side sweep: 12º

Side sweep: 11º

Side sweep: 12º

Upsweep: 2º

Upsweep: 3º

Upsweep: 1.5º

Upsweep: 2º

785 grs. / 1.73 lb.

796 grs. / 1.75 lb.

737 gr. / 1.62 lb.

727 grs. / 1.60 lb.

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08/09

Color | Metallic green

Color | Gloss black

Color | Gloss black

Color | Stainless

Color | Gloss black

Color | Gloss dodger blue

Color | Gloss Black

Color | Stainless

Color | Gloss burgundy

Color | Stainless

Color | Gloss Black

Color | Gloss black

Color | Stainless

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Rise: 9” Width: 29”


Agua Fork Specs 32 mm. offset / 155mm. steer length Heat-treated seamless 4130 CrMo tubing Heat-treated Invest casting dropouts (avoids broken dropouts) Triple butted & taped legs. Internally and externally CNC machined steer tube. Integrated cone race 7075-T6 Aluminum CNC machined top bolt. Fork: 961 grs. / 2.11 lb. (including top bolt)

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Color | Gloss black

Color | Stainless


Front hub & Peg Front hub —

Specs 7075-T6 Aluminum CNC machined shell (Harder 7075 material for stronger flanges) Heat treated CNC 4130 CrMo axle & female bolts Hub: 215 grs. / 7.58 oz. Guard: 40 grs. / 1.41 oz. Micro flanges with sink spoke holes (stronger flanges) Wider flanges distance (stronger lacing) Heat treated CNC machined 4130 CrMo Micro hub guard

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Color | Flat black & polished

Tubo peg —

Specs Nylon / Fiberglass sleeve with 4130 CrMo inner peg Small 35mm. diameter Include adaptor (10 & 14 mm.compatible axle) 168 grs. / 5.9 oz.

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Color | Black


Stems Roey Stem Matt Roe Signature —

Specs High top load Rise: 33mm. 294 grs. / 10.3 oz.

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Color | Flat black & polished

Alta Stem —

Specs Low Top load Rise: 22mm. / 7mm. (inverted). 272 grs. / 9.59 oz.

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Color | Flat black & polished

Central Stem —

Specs Bottom load Rise: 14mm. / 19mm. (inverted). 275 grs. / 9.70 oz.

10/11

Color | Flat black & polished


Spanish BB & Headset Spanish BB —

Specs 6061-T6 Aluminum CNC machined cups Flybikes designed bearing with heat treated cages 98 grs. / 3.45 oz.

10/11

Color | Flat black & polished

Headset 86 / 87

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Specs 6061-T6 Aluminum CNC machined cup with integrated compression ring (simple and more precise set up) Flybikes designed bearing with heat treated cages 64grs. / 2.2 oz

10/11

Color | Flat black & polished


Lever & Cable Manual lever —

Specs Forged 6061-T6 Aluminum Slim and small design Simple design Hinged clamp Precision CNC & oversize brass bushings (avoids wobble) 62 grs. / 2.18 oz.

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Color | Flat black

Manual cable —

Specs Linear housing with spiral shell casing (perfect performance with twisted cable) Teflon lined, stainless & coated cable (smoothest performance) CNC machined cable casing ends with internal cone shape (opens up housing cables for smooth performance) 70 grs. / 2.46 oz.

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Color | Black


Brake & Pads Manual brake —

Specs Forged 6061-T6 Aluminum A-hanger technology (reduces flexing of regular straddle cable / barrel adjuster for perfect cable alignment) Angled arms (better alignment with cable) Low 20mm. stack height AKO (allen key only) spring plates design (uses only 5 & 4mm. allen hex and avoids the 14mm. wrench) 137 grs. / 4.83 oz.

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Color | Flat black

Manual pads —

Specs 6061-T6 Aluminum housing Wide 12mm. profile pad (more contact surface for more powerful braking) Female bolts with SPS (Simple pad system) pads adjusting system (more accurate and easy adjusting) 29 grs. / 1.02 oz. (pair)

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Color | Black & clear


Sprocket & Chain Pentagono sprocket —

Specs 7075 CNC machined Pentagonal 5 arms design 5mm. thick for 19 & 22mm. spindles 25t: 63grs./ 2.22 oz 28t: 75grs./ 2.64 oz

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Color | Flat black & polished

Tractor chain —

Specs Extra thick 1.3mm. plates Hollow Cr o pins with Chromium heat treatment Built-in half link. 325grs / 11.4oz.

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Color | Black & silver


Cranks Dolmen cranks —

Specs 1 pieces invest casting heat treated 4130 CrMo arms (avoids pedal boss breakage) Heat treated 4130 Crmo CNC machined spindle (for best strength/weight ratio) Bend resistant D shape arms (avoids axial bending) 4130 CrMo CNC machined spindle bolt with sinked allen hex 891 grs. / 1.96 lb. 2.5 p system

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Color | Gloss black

Color | Stainless


Seats & Post Devon seat —

Specs Large Tripod base Vinyl cover Large padding: 235mm. long/ 140mm. wide / 20mm. high foam 300 grs. / 10.58 oz.

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Specs Slim Tripod base Vinyl cover on main seat / Kevlar cover on back Medium padding: 225mm. long / 120mm. wide / 10mm. high foam 215 grs. / 7.58 oz 92 / 93

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Color | Black

Tripod post —

Specs Aluminum 6061-T6 Aluminum forged and 3D CNC machined Oval internal thickness post (for best strength/Weight ratio) 135mm. long Post: 114 grs. / 4.02 oz.

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Color | Flat Black & polished


Pedals Ruben Graphite Ruben Alcantara Signature —

Specs Hard degree Nylon & Fiberglass compound (extra strong) Squared pins & Knurling surface with sharper edges (extra traction) Heat treated 4130 CrMo axle 357 grs. / 12.59 oz.

62/63 Ruben Aluminium Ruben Alcantara Signature —

Specs 6061-T6 Aluminum CNC machined body (allows a lower profile) Oversize 17mm. sealed wbearing & niddle bearing Heat treated CNC machined 4130 CrMo axle Replaceable Heat treated 4130 CrMo pins 465grs. / 6.40 oz.

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Color | Black

Color | Blue

Color | Dodger blue

Color | Tan

Color | Red

Color | Alu. black


Grips Sergio grips Sergio Layos Signature —

Specs Double flange one piece design (custom cut) Sergio logo design with double diamond knurling design (extra traction) 30º hardness compound (medium hardness) 350 x 30mm. size 142 grs. / 5 oz. (pair)

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Color | Black, blue, red, dodger blue,tan & gum

Ruben grips Ruben Alcantar Signature —

Specs Mushroom style design with cuts (avoids slipping) Smoothen increase diamete on edges (avoids horizontal slip) 30º hardness compound (medium hardness) 155 x 30mm. size 141 grs. / 4.97 oz. (pair)

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Color | Black, blue, red, dodger blue & gum


Grips Devon grips Devon Smillie Signature —

Specs Smooth Mushroom style design Micro flanges 25º hardness compound (soft hardness) 160 x 29mm. size 113 grs. / 3.98 oz. (pair)

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Color | Black, red, dodger blue & gum

Fino grips —

Specs Double flange one piece design (for custom cut) Thick mushroom style with Cuts on flanges (avoids slipping) 30º hardness compound (medium hardness) 350 x 28mm. size 100 grs. / 3.52 oz. (pair)

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Color | Black, blue, red, dodger blue,tan & gum


Tires & Tube Ruben rampera Ruben Alcantara Signature —

Specs Classic Ruben Mid thread design 110 PSI pressure 2.15 black wall: 620 grs / 21.86 oz. 2.35 black wall: 740 grs / 26.1 oz. 2.15 tan / white wall: 545 grs / 19.22 oz. 2.35 tan / white wall: 645 grs / 22.75 oz.

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Color | Black, white & tan

Cobra tube —

Specs Linear tube design (fix a flat in seconds without removing the wheel) 160 grs. / 5.64 oz.

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Color | Black


Rims Piramide 21 rims —

Specs 6061-T6 Aluminum Strong piramidal structure. Double wall construction Triple pinned (same strength joint as welded) 489 grs. / 17.24 oz

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Color | Flat black & polished

Classic rims —

Specs 6061-T6 Aluminum Machined holes (save rotational weight) Double wall construction Extra thick 3mm. sidewalls (avoid dents). Rounded edges (prevent flats). 475 grs. / 16.75 oz.

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Color | Flat black & polished


Crew —

Riders Sergio Layos Stefan Lantschner Kevin Kalkoff Devon Smillie Chris Finnigan Shane Weston Matt Roe Ruben Alcantara Courage Adams

Vincent Perraud “unless credited”

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