This week, we bring you a Partymaster V2 with a slightly different setup from what we're used to see. This one belongs to Anthony who happens to be the owner of Ottawa's The Yard Indoor Park. Anthony is a Mountain Biker at heart, but he wanted something more adapted to the indoor sessions us Canadians have to deal with, and looks like he nailed it! Keep on reading for a few words from Anthony about his new buld along with more photos.

“I built up the bike with a mix of parts I already had and some new ones. I've been saving some 26" Enve wheels I had from my old mountain bike for the day I built up a DJ and that day came a few months ago when my Partymaster Frame arrived. I grabbed some Profile Cranks from a BMX race bike I wasn't using and stripped the white paint off to match the raw frame. I also used the BMX bars just to try them out. Definitely not a traditional choice and they look a bit goofy but I really like the way they feel on the bike, so I've kept them on for now. I'll probably swap in some high rise MTB bars eventually but for now I'm just enjoying riding the bike. Really sick bike and can't thank The Rise enough for helping me get my dream DJ built up!"

 

- Anthony Bereznai

 

Specs

Frame: The Rise Partymaster V2 - BMX Spacing
Fork: Cane Creek Helm2 DJ
Headset: Cane Creek
Stem: Haro 1978
Bars: S&M from my old BMX race bike
Grips: ODI Longnecks
Seat: Cult Pivotal
Cranks: Profile Racing
Pedals: DMR V8
Chain: Cult BMX Half Link
Front hub: DT Swiss 240
Rear Hub: DT Swiss 240
Rims: Envy AM
Tires: Maxxis DTH 2.3


January 12, 2022

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