Today’s Bike Of The Day is a S&M Dagger ridden by Chad Phaire of @bmxboysclub. At first glance this bike looks like a simple stealth build but there are some nice details. Let’s take a closer look below. And don’t forget to rate this bike.
My inspiration for my set is based on my trails and racing influence. In my opinion, trail riders are the most stylish when it comes to bike set ups, I’ve also notice racers are unique when it comes to bike builds. It’s always something to look at when you pay attention to details. I like the Simplicity of a trails bike and the attention to detail when it comes to the bikes of racers.
Although I consider myself a street rider, nothing beats the feeling of a trails setup. The overall ride is like none other.~Chad Phaire
FRAME: S&M Dagger 21TT
BRAKE LEVER: Link Restrain
BRAKE CABLE: Kink DX linear cable
BRAKES: Fly bikes cable hanger U brake
BRAKE PADS: Kool Stop BMX
BRAKE CABLE GUIDES: TRLREO adhesive
GRIPS: S&M credence
HANDLEBARS: Cult A.K 10inch
STEM: S&M race 53 MM REACH
HEADSET SPACERS: Shadow carbon fiber
HEADSET: Odyssey pro
FORK: CULT sec v4 23 mm off set
SPROCKET: Custom quad saw sprocket “Style Ryder of the year” 27T
CHAIN: Flybikes tractor
CRANKS: ANIMAL BIKES akimbo 175mm length
PEDALS: Premium slim PC
SEAT: BROOKS C13 all weather saddle with carbon fiber rails
SEAT POST: OG fitbikeco railed seat post
BIKE LIGHTS: THOR
TIRES: S&M MAINLINE 2.40 in the front 2.10 in the rear
RIMS: Primo VS 36H
SPOKES: Empire BMX
FRONT HUB: OG Madera V1 front hub with profile elite female button bolts
REAR HUB: Profile elite cassette LHD 9T hollow male axle cut.
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