A persons perspective with a Go-Pro camera… Steven Jensen shows his sick flatland FGFS skills off! also sporting I believe his prototype signature Sadio bars called the Stray!
Volume doing it again! what a sick looking bike! This finalised version of the Vandal frame looks quite a bit different from the previous prototype models… (Fork in the picture is the crypt fork)
Volume 700/26 Flyers. Also check out the new Resist Flyers featuring Josh Boothby init!
This old chestnut! with the continued progression of FGFS and a many people switching to 26″ fixed, its understandable bike companies are trying to get their heads around which direction its going… I think companies like Grime offering their ‘Yo Mang’ frame as a 26″ and 700c version is the way as its mostly down to personal preference. Personally I’m gonna stick to 700c fixed, as I have a 26″ DJ bike and will be getting a new BMX for the park and street! Join in the debate this time over on Volumes website!
When I first saw this frame earlier this week I was pretty sure it wasn’t designed specifically as a 26″ fixed freestyle frame, but I’m sure quite a few people did and will give it a try… but why fixed? I really like this bike and I’d prefer to ride it with a free wheel as a big bmx! rad!
Anyway what Volume say:
“Apparently our new Vandal frame has gotten a ton of feedback from all sorts of peeps in the industry, I mean blogs. Is it a FGFS or a DJ? The Vandal is basically our Sledgehammer 26″ BMX, except simplified. We’re not saying it’s one or the other. It’s a 26″ frame that was designed to easily maneuver around for whatever you ride; fixed, dirt or just cruise the curbs.”