It looks like Cult Crew is stepping into the DJ arena in 2020 with the Pump26. Liam Wallace recently leaked the news that he’ll be competing with a prototype Cult Pump26 DJ bike. The bike is actually built to Liam’s specs so it’s gonna be a solid, nimble ride.
Currently the Pump26 is not available. Right Cult Crew is trying to see how much attention it gets and to see if its worth it for them to produce! No specs on the frame yet either but this is exciting!
What do you think about Cult getting in to the DJ game? Do you like this frame? Should Cult start making them? Rate this article, click on those reaction emoji’s and leave a comment to help Cult decide if they want to put the Pump26 into production 🙂
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IM SO STOKED TO FINALLY SHARE THIS WITH YOU GUYS!! @cultcrew asked me a while back what my perfect geometry is for a dirt jumping frame… so I gave them the dimensions that I thought would fit best to my style and also fit well with the @cultcrew bmx style! @bansheebikes has agreed to allow me to continue riding for @bansheebikes on their downhill and trail bikes but for this season I will be competing/riding on my @cultcrew #pump26 prototype frame!! This is honestly a dream come true with a bmx company I have wanted to ride for since I started whipping and flipping those little 20” wheels! #cultpump26 #bmx #mtb #prototype #steelisreal #steelisrealmtb (LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW IF YOU WOULD BUY ONE!!)