the judge

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the judge last won the day on August 7 2020

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About the judge

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    Stu
  • Birthday 03/16/88

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    Had an Identiti The Judge when I made this profile, seems like a daft name now...
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    Warrington

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    Cheshire
  • Real Name
    Stu Pomfret
  • Bike Ridden
    Stock
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    Planet X Zebdi
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    United Kingdom

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  1. This would change the chainstay length but have absolutely no effect on the gear ratio. Different length cranks can change the way your gearing feels, but not different chainstay lengths. I suppose it would depend what type of riding you normally do? I like a lighter gear for the more traditional trials stuff, but a slightly higher one for more rolling/street stuff.
  2. Ah that looks super nice! And if you can’t be bothered doing another lever, the front lever upside down is more than accepted in the world of trials haha
  3. Seems your riding looks good on any bike. Nice to see some taps!
  4. The older BB7s are silver and the newer ones are a darker colour. I’ve had both and the older ones feel a lot more solid. The newer ones seem to flex quite a bit. The mtb and road versions pull a different amount of cable, so definitely go for the mtb version. I’d get the older silver ones if you can get hold of them!
  5. Always enjoyed Stan’s style of riding. Birchwood Business Park is my local spot, I’m there nearly every week. It’s good to see a video of all the lines I’ll never be able to do...
  6. Bloody hell, you’re right! Took a while to make my eyes see it haha. Yeah I’m saying it’s a T Rex as well then...
  7. Just replied to your other post before I saw this. Yeah it’s a fun bike to play around on, but super short. The frame has been retired to the loft again though I’m afraid, and replaced with a Planet X Zebdi frame. Here’s a photo of what it looked like before the swap though
  8. I don’t think it’s a T-Rex or the original Zoot as it just has one ‘seat tube’ and they had a funny configuration of three. Also don’t think they had a cut out on the headtube. No idea what it actually is though sorry... Looks like a 26” frame, with a low bottom bracket. I’d say this would be better than an Identiti Judge though, especially at your height. I’ve got one of those frames in the loft and it’s super short for me - I’m only around 6’2”
  9. Is the wheel definitely straight in the dropouts? I feel like there should be enough space for those tyres. Should be able to help a bit more if you can post some photos?
  10. Love it! I feel like the bars should be rolled back a fair bit though to make it truly authentic...
  11. I remember these being super light and flicky. Nice blast from the past!
  12. No idea what the geo was like, and I’m pretty sure they used to crack around the top/downtube gusset, but I always had a thing for the Rocket Fab frame. Couldn’t find a decent picture of one built up, sorry!
  13. Switzerland squeaker gap at 0:33! Loved the video as always
  14. Love it! Think you could probably take a couple of links out of that chain though?
  15. I’ve wanted one of these frames since I was about 14 and I managed to get one on eBay the other week. 32yr old me is very happy with it!