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About onzatpro09

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    Trials King
  • Birthday 02/10/99

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    TRIALS! (moto and cycle varieties)

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    Inspired Arcade fully decked out in purple Hope bits, 2013 Beta Evo 300cc 4T.
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  1. Cheers! I thought it was Euan, but wasn't completely sure as I know there's a few machinists on here
  2. Hi chaps, I remember seeing that somebody was machining up a bolt-in axle conversion for front Hope hubs? I've got a QR fitted to my Pro 4 at the moment but it's not quite up to it so would like a hefty pair of bolts holding it instead. Can anybody point me in the direction of whoever was making these up? Cheers
  3. Hey chaps, Just wondering if anybody has the measurements for a Spank Subrosa 24" rim? It's one of the old gold ones (incase there have been various models with different measurements ). I've tried measuring it up, but a tape measure is only so accurate so thought I'd check with you dudes as I don't fancy buying spokes twice. If you're feeling particularly helpful, it would be smashing if you could figure out the spoke length needed to lace 3x to Pro 4s front and rear (trials version rear). I've got a figure of 226mm and 228mm front and 228s at the back but would like confirmation Cheers, Joe
  4. Pretty much sacked off trials completely (Moto and bicycle) a while back and ended up getting this. I cracked the swingarm about a month after getting it, then it was away for a month being sorted on warranty. Since getting it back the shock has somehow got a load of oil in the air chamber and needs sending off, plus it's suspiciously creaking despite being stripped and thoroughly greased. Despite all of that, I absolutely love riding it (when it works) and it has got me to places I never thought I'd be.
  5. I haven't ridden my trials bike in about 6 months and was contemplating selling up... Watching this for about the fourth/fifth time gave me an urge to ride that I thought I'd never get again! So much so that I went and rebuilt my Arcade back up ready to go and have a play on Seriously good stuff, Ben. Just wish there was moooooore
  6. You can't exactly compare Chris and Danny though. It's like comparing Formula Drift to Formula 1. Yes they both have 'formula' in the name and involve some madmen on four wheels, but that's about all of the simularities
  7. Really enjoyed this. I love the rough yet finessed moto style he has. I also love the fact that Chris doesn't ride a 'non-trials bike' in a gimmicky way like you see so many others do. There's no fakie nose manuals for the sake of it/hopping across rails/those nasty pivot-tap-180-360 things. He just rides his bike how he wants and impresses with the little details like the half cranks that give you the special tingles and techy lines that riders will appreciate rather than cliché moves for the masses.
  8. Ah, bummer dude! No worries, these things happen and it's obviously best to not risk a tendon snappage, so we can rearrange when you're sorted
  9. The spot is only a 2 minute roll down a hill from me, so 10 is okay with me. Gives me a reason to get out of bed too!
  10. Mannington Rec in Rodbourne is a really nice spot, but I've got a feeling it might be a bit squishy so we could always head to a skatepark just down the road from there/find other street spots around there if needs be?
  11. I'm good for Saturday if it's not chucking it down How about you, @CMH?
  12. Haha, I've got no problems with that. I can do some Saturdays and most Sundays, so we should be able to line something up
  13. Yeah, hopefully we'll be getting something sorted soon. Maybe on a day that it isn't chucking it down like it is every day at the moment
  14. After a loooong time waiting I have finally managed to pick myself up an Orange Five this weekend! Scouted it out on Facebook at about 7pm on Saturday and an hour later it was home with me It's only a 2010, but it was a mega good price and just on the other side of town from me so I couldn't pass it up. The older geo seems to suit me anyway because I'm not into the idea of this crazy long/slack stuff, plus I like the 26" wheels so it has worked out quite well really. Can't really fault it other than not having ISCG mounts and the fact it has a 27.2 seat tube which kind of limits dropper choice plus the current post (100mm travel KS) feels a tad flexy for my liking. Overall pretty darn chuffed! It's my first proper full suspension bike (or bike with any suspension for that matter, excluding bikes I had when I was about 10) so she's taking a bit of getting used to!