matt slegg

Black Beauty

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Hi everyone just thought you might like to see my new bike, just about to get back into trials. Big thanks to Dan Slyfield for building it, she is lovely to ride. If anyone wants a spec i will put it up. Hope you like.

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Lovely mate!

Really dig that steathly look (Y)

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That's pretty damn nice! Not sure about the bar/stem setup and not a big fan of the saddle but they're minor complaints! Very stealth :P.

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My mind : "wow thats blood nice, Oh the saddle".

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Those bars have no place on that bike, dude!!!

Other than that, gorgeous :)

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I know im thinking of putting trialtech risers on it. Used to ride a monty 20" x-hydra and that had flat bars so i got them. When i used to ride years ago Azonic used to make wicked bars, does anyone know if they are still worth a look or should i stick to trials specific bars. Thanks for all the comments, cant wait for it to stop rainning so i can get out on it.

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Very nice!! Reminds me of old times too (Y)

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Get those flat bars off and get a shorter stem with some azonic bars! will be tones better then!

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That's pretty damn nice! Not sure about the bar/stem setup and not a big fan of the saddle but they're minor complaints! Very stealth :P.

Exactly! But yeah, Azonic still make some sick bars, that's what I'd go for on a 24" anyway. With a shorter stem.

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Oh my goodness. Looks amazing

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I know im thinking of putting trialtech risers on it. Used to ride a monty 20" x-hydra and that had flat bars so i got them. When i used to ride years ago Azonic used to make wicked bars, does anyone know if they are still worth a look or should i stick to trials specific bars. Thanks for all the comments, cant wait for it to stop rainning so i can get out on it.

Nooo!! Fireye FE318 bars! Or Diety bars, both from CRC will make that feel amazing. Ive had both and can highly recomend them

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Looks amazing. Throw some high rise riser bars on there & ride.

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Sleeeeeeeeeeeg. No way. cant belive your on the forum. This is pretty cool. The inspired is ace. Handle bars really show whos bike it is. I rember the X hydra you had.

Catch up soon

Peace meek.

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Thats soooo lush!

Defo a shorter stem :)

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Just out of interest why does everyone think i need a shorter stem and riser bars? Im not really into bmx style trials i like the old school way of riding lots of natural. Ive got flat bars because i feel they give me more control but would i be better off with risers? Thanks for all the cool comments.

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...Im not really into bmx style trialsl...

just wondered what made you go for one of these? looks nice btw

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From my experiences, bikes like this just ride alot nicer with risers in general. Not just for spinny stuff but it just makes the bike worlds nicer

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Very nice, you can never go wrong with an all black bike.

As for the bars/stem, if they feel good to you and you're happy, keep them! As the saying goes "Each their own"

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