Today’s bike of the day is a 2020 Stay Strong V3 Pro XXL ridden by Josh Harris. I really like the color combination and part choice on this build. Things are really starting to heat up with these bike submissions. Check out the details below.
I built this bike with my 9 year old son. It’s the first time in many years I have built a bike from the ground up with all new parts. So I wanted to go all out for the most part. Having 3 boys who also race, I usually get the used parts that I can score for a decent deal and they get all the cool stuff.
I chose to go with Staystrong not only for the awesome design, but the backstory of who they are and what they represent. i wanted something different, something that popped and didn’t look like every other bike at the track. As a 36 expert, I go with the theory of, if you aren’t fast anymore, you have to at least look good.
And thus, my son and I came up with this, I couldn’t be happier. I went with the @5components rims because there weren’t a lot of them in the states yet. Attention is in the details with this build, especially with the Cerakoted little accents here and there. This bike turned out better than I could have ever thought.~Josh Harris
Chris King Headset
Box Pink Brake Lever
Promax Mechanical Brake Caliper
Onyx Ultra ISO hubs 20/MM front 3/8 rear
Pink 5Components Carbon rims
Vee Speed Booster tires 20 x 1.75 / 20 x 1.95
Box 177.5 M-30 Cranks
Cerakoted Teal chain ring bolts
49T Tangent chain ring
18T Onyx Rear Cog
Stay Strong seat
S&M seat post
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