Today’s Bike Of The Day is Standard 125R Cruiser ridden by BMX Legend Craig Reynolds!! Like I always say, You can’t go wrong with a Standard and Craig has a great story about how this bike was the right choice. Be sure to rate this bike via the sliders below for the November Bike Of The Month and the 2020 Bike Of The Year. Also check out Craig’s awesome Youtube series The Real Influencers Project.
I had never raced cruiser as an amateur. I had ridden my friend Brandon Spikes once in practice and I was super fast on it, Pops even asked if I wanted on. I said no. It wasn’t until I turned pro and the long wait between laps at the grands forced me to build one up. I got third at the ABA grands 2 years in a row riding for Mongoose, but when I switched to standard, it all came together. Great start, solid first straight, and I took it home. Randy Stumphauser finished second and won the title. I ended up number 2, only nine points behind Stumpy. I think I went into the grands in 9th and didn’t even think about the title. One of my best wins because of the talent that was in that main. This bike hangs on the wall in my garage and I won’t take it apart. It’s a keeper!~Craig Reynolds
Standard 125R frame and fork
Standard cruiser bars
Chris King headset
Fizik Pave saddle
Sun Ringle post
Sun Ringle rims
Maxxis Holy Roller front tire
Odyssey rear tire (maxxis didn’t make a 1.75)
Shimano XTR lever and v-brake
Sedis or shimano chain
Profile seat post clamp
Profile chain ring (41t)
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