All you need to know to set your bike up like an Olympian
FRAME: Free Agent Limo XL with the yellow paint
FORK: Eleven 20 mill
STEM: Profile Mulville 53mm
HANDLEBAR: S&M custom bar. Thanks Chris Moeller
GRIPS: ODI Ruffians lock ons
BAR ENDS: ODI
CRANKS: DXR 180mm
BOTTOM BRACKET: Eleven
PEDALS: Shimano custom Olympic addition
SPROCKET: Rennen Decimal chainring, 39.2t
CHAIN: Shimano 9 speed
FRONT TIRE: Maxxis DTH 1.95
REAR TIRE: Maxxis Torch 1.75
FRONT RIM: Black rim that I paid full price for.
REAR RIM: Black rim that I paid full price for.
FRONT HUB: Profile Elite
REAR HUB: Profile Elite. Shout out Gus at Profile.
SPOKES: Black ones about 7in long.
BRAKES: Shimano DXR
BRAKE CABLE: Shimano DXR
BRAKE LEVER: Shimano DXR. Thanks Leo
SEATPOST CLAMP: Eleven
HEADTUBE ANGLE: Never checked it. (We did, its 74 degrees.)
TOP TUBE LENGTH: 21”
CHAINSTAY LENGTH: 15 ¼”
SPECIAL MODS: None
SPONSORS: Free Agent, Rockstar, Fox, Maxxis, Shimano, Eleven, ODI, Profile, Rennen and S&M.
What parts do you go through the most?
“Chains and seat clamps.”
What is the oldest part on your bike?
“My wheels are about a year old.”
How much does your bike weigh?
“My guess would be 20.5lbs.”
“Dacono BMX, Dacono Colorado.”
Do you have the altitude training advantage, being from CO?
“If our laps were longer I think it would be an advantage. I always do well at Salt Lake though which is a bit lower then Denver, so possibly.”
Anything about your bike set up that has to be perfect before you ride?
“I’ve found a set up I like and I don’t like messing with things. As far as bike set up, I’m good about putting my bike together after a flight and not touching it until I put it back in the bag. If the bars are a bit crooked I get use to it. If something rattles I zip tie it. The only thing that bugs me is I’m always checking my air pressure in my tires. All in all I’m really liking my bike set up this year.”