We've been friends with Claude for about as long as we can remember riding bikes, as he started out riding BMX back in the orkus/UAB era. Since his BMX days, he's been juggling with pretty much every type of bike there is. From regularly hitting the enduro trails, to putting in miles on the road bike, he does it all. He recently decided to put together a new Dirt Jumper and got himself a Partymaster V2, keep on reading for the full specs along with a few words from the man himself.

I got myself a dirt jumper to step up my riding game, especially since I’m a taller rider. I wanted something more comfortable than my BMX. After some research, I decided on The Rise Partymaster frame. In the past, I’ve had issues with snapping aluminum frames, so the Partymaster’s extremely strong chromoly frame caught my attention. I’m confident this bike will handle all the jumps and crashes I throw at it. I’m really happy with how it rides!

- Claude Legault - Ottawa, Ontaro


Frame: The Rise Partymaster V2 MTB Spacing
Fork: Marzocchi Bomber DJ
Headset: Warp ZS/EX44 Taper
Stem: NS Chemical
Bars: NS District
Grips: ODI Long Necks
Seat: The Rise Pivotal Seat
Seatpost: The Rise Pivotal Post
Cranks: Kink Brace 3-Piece 170mm
Sprocket: Salt Plus
Pedals: Cult Dak
Chain: Octabe One Half Link Pro
Wheelset: NS Fundamental 26
Tires: Schwalbe Billy Bonkers 26
Brakes: Shimano Deore BR-M6100

September 27, 2023

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