A 29inch GT Street Performer is featured as today’s Bike Of The Day! It was sent in Jeff Evans who hooked the bike up with the first set of 29″ E6 carbon rims!! Be sure to rate this bike via the sliders below for the November 2020 Bike Of The Month and the 2020 Bike Of The Year charts.
I usually by myself a new bike every year, but after hundreds of miles bombing the Las Vegas strip last year I couldn’t let my first 29″ BMX go. So I decided to invest into it instead. My son, you featured his Jayhawk a few years back, has repped E6 Racing Components for a while now and I was given the opportunity to get the very first set of 29″ carbon wheels. I decided to build the bike around the original E6 graphics. The BFB!~Jeff Evans
-The frame, fork, cranks, and 4 piece bars are the original 4130 GT Street Performer.
-The E6 29BFR wheels needed some big fn tires too, I went with Vee rubber 29×2.8 speedster with Vee 48mm presta tubes.
The new Crupi quad disc brake hubs (amazing) in anodized red with matching red nipples, and Black spokes. then finished the wheels off with an Answer disc brake adaptor, 140mm Ashima rotor, and Shimano hydraulic disc brake caliper.
(Crupi chain tensioners on order)
-Pedaling Innovations limited edition army green pedals fit the Big bike build perfectly.
-KMC X10sl DLC hollow pin- hollow link chain in alternating black and red links and red pins.
-Onyx 16t rear cog and Profile Imperial 31t anodized red sprocket.
-FMF Aluminum 350mm black seapost
-Red anodized Hope quick release seat clamp.
-GT Cheat Code railed seat.
-VSR Fat mouth 55mm stem
-Crupi integrated headset both anodized red.
-Odi long neck army green grips
-Shimano 395 brake handle.
The bike looks and rides incredible. Went from a truck to a Cadillac.
Thanks Artistic Cruisers, and Crank And Grind bicycles for your help
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