This is one of these posts that will make you scratch your eyes, and double check if it's april fools today. No need to reach for your glasses, you see that right: Jeremy Menduni built himself a gorgeous Partymaster V2 with suspension forks and brakes! Keep on reading to find out why he built himself such a bike along with all the specs and photos of his new machine.

After many years only riding a rigid brakeless bike, I decided it was time to build 18 year old Jeremy's dream dj bike! I spent the last 6 months finding the exact parts I wanted to build up this thing. I wanted something light but still strong enough to not have to worry about anything breaking. I'm beyond stoked how it turned out and already loving how this thing feels on dirtjumps and skateparks! Super stoked to have a dedicated park/dj bike and then still my rigid brakeless bike for street.

Huge shoutout to all the brands who made this build possible. The Rise, Shadow Conspiracy, Full Cycle, Lama Cycles and Altruiste Bikes for the wicked paint job. <3

- Jeremy Menduni - St-Albert, Ontaro


Frame: The Rise Partymaster V2 - Iced Capp Colorway
Fork: Marzocchi Bomber DJ
Headset: Octane 1 Warp ZS/EX44 Taper
Stem: Title ST1 35
Bars: Title AH1 31.8 Black
Grips:Shadow Conspiracy Ol Dirty DCR
Seat: The Rise Pivotal Seat
Seatpost: The Rise Pivotal Seat Post
Cranks: Shadow Conspiracy Finest 170mm
Sprocket: Eclat Abyss Guard
Pedals: BSD Jonesin
Chain:Octane One Half Link Pro
Wheelset: Industry 9
Tires: Schwalbe Billy Bonkers 26
Brakes: Shimano XT
Bar Ends: Odyssey Par Ends



October 24, 2023

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