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Dec 30, 2009

Island Ride

Loved the stickers on this kids bike that I just couldn't post it. Check out Aloha Fixed for more details.

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Dec 29, 2009

An Epic Thrasher Build

Last week we gave one of our local shops, Epic BMX a Thrasher frame to build up. They are welcoming guys to come over to the shop to take a look at it. The frame we gave them is a 50 in a pearl red. Hit the link for their info.

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Just saw a bunch of new pics of Congo up at pedalconsumption.com. All pics were shot by: Matt Lingo

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Dec 16, 2009

The Build

Thrasher sample build 1.

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Dec 14, 2009

The final Thrasher pic

Above is the full frame pic as promised. The color above is a gold flake over black. Doesn't photograph too well but in person it's really nice. We'll probably keep the specs a secret till we get closer to production. Thanks for all the positive feedback.

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Dec 11, 2009

More Thrasher

Above pics of the Thrasher is of the pinch in the ST. For all you guys that want your wheel slammed but still need clearance. We love hour glass shells.

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Dec Contest

We just put up a new contest up for Dec. The contest is for the best designed Volume t-shirt graphic. Winner will receive a Cutter 53 flat black. Check out the CONTEST page for further details.

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Revival in VA

Be sure to check out the premiere in Richmond VA on Dec 13th.

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Dec 10, 2009

Thrasher update

All the rumors are true, we've been working on a new frame for some time now and we finally got the second versions of the sample frame.
The samples are finally all out to Fonseca, Puckett, Mosher and Congo for testing. Without saying too much more, we do plan on leaking out more info little by little. Why? Because they are far away from production and we don't want to say more than we should since they could still be changed.
Our main goal on the Thrasher was to give you a lot more tire clearance, no more tire overlap (lengthened the TT), still run the rear wheel slammed and not have the tire rub the ST. All while still aesthetically looking clean with our new hour glass HT and BB shells. Everyone from tricktrack.org and our team was a huge help on making this thing happen. Who ever said forums are useless? Thanks men!

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Where Mike's Cutters Been

Paris -Chained up in the louve. Those are the pyramids in the center. Lots of kids do tricks in on the pavement in the middle of the louve from what we here. We sure did and no one seemed to care. - Mike

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Dec 8, 2009

Hipster Bars now in stock

Just got the Hipsters in stock yesterday. Get em while they last!

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Dec 7, 2009

Where Mike's Cutters Been

Paris - Hotel De Ville. Seemed like another good spot for tricks until my wheel got stuck between two slabs of pavement.

Hopefully this one is obvious! - Mike

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Dec 4, 2009

New Fixed Sprocket

New samples of our new Volume fixed gear sprockets (36, 46 & 48t) came in today. Just in time for Fonseca and Congo to take em to test. There will still be a couple of changes on it but overall this is what they'll look like.

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BMX vs Fixed

BMX (Jason Enns) meets Fixed (Congo and Fonseca) for the first time at the Volume headquarters.

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Dec 1, 2009

Where Mike's Cutters Been

Paris - Fountain of Saint-Michel - Mike

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