Ontarian camera operator Broderick Horne recently built up a fresh Partymaster and it looks pretty damn dialed. We know brodie for a long time now and it was no secret that he wanted to get his hands on a Partymaster frame for a while. All decked out with Fox forks, Chromag parts and Hope hubs, his new build is as clean as it gets. Check out a few words from the man along with a full bikecheck below:

“Ever since being introduced to Dobermann Bikes in 2007, I have always been a fan of Gabo’s work, I owned a Pinscher frame and to this day, my favourite frame of all time… So I thought! I have been following The Rise ever since it started and when it was announced that they would be creating frames, I knew I wanted one! The first one I tried was Matt Macduff’s at Joyride 150 while shooting his “Ride The Sky” video and I fell in love with it.

This new build is definitely modelled after how he would set up his Partymaster. It was crazy how quickly I got used to the new frame and was doing all my tricks within the first few hours of riding. It has that nice balance between being “flicky” for the streets and stable for the jumps. Thank you guys so much for the opportunity to build one of these masterpieces!”

Fork: Fox 36/831 Factory
Handlebar: Chromag Fu40 (Cut down to 29.5 Inches wide)
Stem: Chromag Ranger V2 (40mm)
Spacers: Carbon Fiber
Grips: ODI Longneck
Bar Ends: ODI
Headset: Brand X 44mm Tapered
Seat: Stolen BMX
Pedals: Chromag Contact
Cranks: Eclat Tibia
Bottom Bracket: Eclat mid
Sprocket: Unknown
Chain: SRAM Single Speed
Tires: Maxxis DTH
Brakes: Vans Sk8 Hi Pro
Rims: Stan’s No Tube – MK3 Flow
Front Hub: Hope Pro 4 (20mm)
Rear Hub: Hope Pro 4 Trials
Weight: 24lbs (10.8kg)
May 01, 2019

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