Today’s Bike Of The Day is a Standard 250L ridden by Steven Penland. That Raw/Black colorway always looks rad on a BMX bike. And what’s not to like about a Standard. Standard is one of the best frames money can buy and they last forever. Find out more about this great build below and remember to give it a rating.
My trail/park BMX bike. I’ve always liked something a little more ‘racey’ in style. Looks fast, but can still get jibbed around as needed.Classic Profile crank setup going to Industry Nine wheels. I got the I9s when they did their limited run on race wheels for a year or two and never got rid of them, so they’re now on my trail bike.
One of the main reasons for the 33/12 gearing; since that’s the smallest cog I can get. Brakes are inverted v-brakes. I love the power/feel of v-brakes but the look of u-brakes on the under side of the seatstays, so Standard hooked that up. Have to have a little felt tip taped on the brake post to help with some chain slap at times. Front end, just big bars, Thomson stem, Odyssey forks. Maxxis DTH shoes to stay planted. And a big, fat Enarson pivotal saddle with the ‘carbon’ post, to ‘look’ fast.~Steven Penland
Frame: Standard 250L 20.75″
Fork: Odyssey R32
Crankset: Profile Racing 175mm (Titanium GDH Spindle)
Chainring: Tree Lite Spline 33t
BB: Profile Mid
Pedals: Wellgo LU-A52 Platforms
Chain: Saltplus Warlock Half Link
Wheelset: Sun Ringle Envy 32h
Industry Nine Classic Pre-Torch BMX Front
Industry Nine Classic Pre-Torch BMX Rear
Industry Nine Aluminum Spokes
Tires: Maxxis DTH 20×2.2
Maxxis DTH 20×2.2
Brakes: Avid Single Digit 7 V-Brake Caliper
Tektro Sabre BX2 Lever
Headset: Stolen Integrated
Handlebar: S&M Credence 8.7×29″
Stem: Thomson Elite BMX 50mm
Grips: ODI Longneck Flangeless
Saddle: Demolition Dennis Enarson Markit Pivotal
Seat Post: Premium Carbon Pivotal 25.4″
Seat Clamp: Profile Racing
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