Reppin' The Rise in Austria, it's hard to describe John New in a few words. He's that tall dude that seems super calm at first, but when he gets on his bike, he does the gnarliest stuff that only him can think of. From street to dirt, he shreds it all in his own style and makes everything look way too good. John New recently built up a brand new The Rise Partymaster and it looks super good, can't go wrong with black on black! Read a few words from him and check out the full specs below!


"All I can say is that I am super happy with the Partymaster frame. The first thing I noticed when I rode it the first time is that the frame is super stiff. It is for sure the stiffest frame I ever rode. I have to be honest, I rode it and I did not feel confortable at first. Some tricks I could easely do with my old frame I struggled a Little at first. But after a few sessions, like 3 or 4, I got used to it and it felt great. I guess that´s normal when you always ride the same type of frame for ages. I got mine with MTB spacing and a disc brake mount, just in case I ever want to ride some brakes again. As you can see the hole thing looks super clean. The boys did an amazing job with the Partymaster frame and you deffinitely should go and order one now."


Frame: The Rise Partymaster
Fork: RockShocks Argyle RCT Solo Air
Handlebar: NS Bikes District
Stem: Shadow
Grips: Federal Contact
Bar end: Kink Lightest Bar Ends (Metal)
Seat post: Leaf bikes
Seat: Wethepeople
Pedals: Nukeproof (Plastik pedals with metal pins)
Cranks: Wethepeople
Sprocket: Salt
Chain: Cult Halflink 121 black
Rear Rim: Not sure, bought a complete wheel
Front Rim: Also no idea! It's a complete wheel that I got from a friend few years ago.
Rear Hub: KHE Geisha MTB freecoaster
Front Hub: Dartmoor
Rear Tire: Rear KHE MAC street
Front Tire: KHE MAC Dirt
August 11, 2016

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