Garrett Reynolds Bike Check 12

Garrett Reynolds Bike CheckHit up Fiend's site for an inside look at Garrett Reynolds' ride. He's currently rockin' a Taiwanese prototype frame. Consider this your first look.
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  • hunglojoe

    9/26/2012 8:20 AM

    Fuck that I saw a mongoose at walmart with integrated headset 25/9 gear ratio 14mm rear sealed hub. It was only $250. I looked ituituo & its full chromoly frame,fork,& bars. I think thats awesome, what the fuck is wrong with wal-mart selling good bikes?

  • Jonney_Byrd

    11/6/2011 9:28 AM

    omg garret plus premo anyerlater stem is a bad combo.had the same stem .dont get it its trash

  • aZnBMX84

    11/2/2011 2:25 PM

    frame is US made by whats w/ all the QQ?

  • 2620

    11/2/2011 3:46 AM

    If people don't buy more american made products we will never get out of this recession. Just wait until you have some real bills kids, and have to get a real job. you'll find it's real hard to do. I'm 37 years old and know how this world works. If your not willing to buy american made, then your part of the problem that's plaquing this country. that's not my opinion, that's a fact.

  • Reviajbmx

    10/31/2011 6:10 AM

    to me look great simple and clean, fuck that is the frame is made in america, china, russia or what ever is the same shit when is going to brake brake.

  • choowy4130

    10/30/2011 8:27 PM

    Fuck yeah kyle!

  • lambpatrick

    10/30/2011 5:13 PM


  • BJ Tomczik

    10/30/2011 2:32 PM

    the best bikes in the world are made in taiwan, its really that simple

  • marianoleonczik

    10/30/2011 1:53 PM

    i agree with Kyla. smart man.

  • datkid_bmx

    10/30/2011 12:32 PM

    Let them know Kyle!

  • kylecarlson

    10/30/2011 12:21 PM

    Garrett's probably not going to answer on here, so I'll put in my two cents -

    - At least 90% of BMX companies make some (or all) of their products overseas. Singling Garrett/Fiend out here is completely wrong.

    - By making products overseas it's possible to make prices lower and, in turn, allow a lot of riders around the world on tight budgets to afford them.

    - I think it's safe to say you will never see Fiend in Wal-Mart or any other department-style store. Some of the corporate deals Garrett has turned down over the years would blow minds. He only represents and supports stuff he believes in.

    And that's officially the end of my opinion.

  • 2620

    10/30/2011 6:06 AM

    Nice work Garrett. Taking work away from Americans. What's next, selling your bikes at Wallmart?