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Mission Momentum Pedals

“BEST METAL PEDALS EVER”

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The Good: Grippy, long lasting, and cheap

The Bad: Well hey are metal and really grippy so if youre not used to it itll be hard to bail and they destroy your shins, and you might get addicted to them forever

Overall Review: They grip amazing, last forever, and cheap to replace if you ever do brake them. iv had others before and when i got these i fell in love. they last forever for only being $25 i never had issues with them and mine are now years old and still awesome.

2013 Stolen Wrap Bike

“Great entry”

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The Good: Nice seat and cranks

The Bad: Unsealed hubs, ok tires

Overall Review: I got this bike for $350 and it has served me well, I get lots of compliments on my seat. My only problems were after awhile my mid-bb would skip and such. Im pretty light so the frame and fork worked fine, I ride ramps and park so the tires were kinda slippery since they're meant for street. If you can spend a little more I recommend finding a bike with sealed hubs, it makes the bike more reliable and clean. I got an odyssey detangler (gyro)and it didn't fit due to no gyro holes and the stock brake cable broke within about half a year. Overall, if you're a lighter rider on a budget looking for a cheap street bike to ride brakeless this should do the job.

S&M Grandslam Handlebars

“Grand Slam XLT”

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The Good: Got these today for 20$. Pefect size for me, lightwheight, strong. Buy them.

The Bad: nothing really

Overall Review: Thy're good if you want strong heat treated bars! Also they're USA made!

Demolition Elite Fork

“Demolition Elite Fork Review”

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The Good: Look great. Light weight. Medium offset. I have a 2.4 tire on the front and there is plenty of room to go bigger if I wanted to. Flat black is good. Check out my bike check for a visual.

The Bad: Had it for 3 months with no complaints.

Overall Review: Looks good visually and functions well mechanically.

Demolition Rolls Rear Hub

“Rolls V2 Female Axel Review ”

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The Good: Quick engagement. Spins forever. Female axles are nice and clean looking. Polymer bushings make it pretty much bomb proof. Hub guard fits snug and looks clean. Been riding it for about 6 months.

The Bad: I don't have a thing to complain about.

Overall Review: It's on sale. Get it while you can!

Demolition Machete Tire

“Good grip on everything.”

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The Good: Just got the 2.4 size a few weeks ago and I love it. Holds well on dirt, park and in the streets. Aggressive tread that rolls fast and is also very light weight for the large size. Protect those hubs!

The Bad: Nothing yet.

Overall Review: I will be getting another one when I burn this one out.

Demolition Machete Tire

“super tire”

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The Good: sticky at the park, sticky at the trails, sticky on the street, perfect tire for all kinda riding, holds high pressure, fat as helllllllll very durable and oh yeah its light... if you actually care about a few oz's

The Bad: nothing so far keep in mind this tire is fat and may rub on frame or forks not built for fat tires

Overall Review: i run the 2.35 on the front and it grips like crazy, nice and fat superior grip at the trails without being too much, and yea i agree with the review before the last dude if your falling ona 5foot quarter ive got news for you.....its not the tire.....this tire is amazing for all riding styles and would recommend it to anyone who is actually goin out to  schred and wants a tire you can go from the trails to the park and hit the street on the way home, ohh and i run front and rear brakes with nothing more than shaving down the brake arms a tad where the tire rubs, its bmx shit will rub creak and time to time break thats how it is so quit bitchn and go ride

Kink Mid Bottom Bracket

“super smoothe”

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The Good: smooth bearings, spacers look sweet w cranks, super light weight

The Bad: the non drive side spacer is alil big, would be perfect if kink included a medium sized spacer in addition to, other than that would absolutely recommend

Overall Review: super smooth lightweight bb would absolutely buy it for any build

Tree Bicycle Co. Original Sprocket Sprocket

“Tree is sweet!”

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The Good: This sprocket is amazing! I ride pegless and do a lot of sprocket bashing...rode my last one for 2 years and it had no signs of giving up on me. Bought a new-to-me (used) one 6 months ago just to go with my color scheme and it still rides smooth.

The Bad: Until I have something to say, nothing here!

Overall Review: Ifyou like sprockets that don't suck, spend some money on a Tree.

Tree Bicycle Co. Straight Pull Rear Hub Rear Hub

“V2... Good stuff, powderpuff.”

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The Good: Fast, clean, loud and mean. Lacing this hub up was, by far, the easiest I've ever done. With the minimalist hub guard, it worked great for my style of riding. It stood up to the abuse of pegless street and park riding. I do a lot of axle stalls and grinds and never broke a spoke. The 3/8" ratchet drive bolts are rad and the Woodgrain is sexay!

The Bad: As mentioned, the side to side wobble was noticeable after a while, and only got worse over time...even after pulling it apart and servicing it numerous times. I'm picky about having my bike feel solid and it was enough for me to switch.

Overall Review: This hub lasted me 2 years and I loved it until the wobble got too bad. The design is aesthetically pleasing and the sound is nice. The bolts worked perfect for stalls and I still use them on my new hub. I got mine in Woodgrain and it looks badass. I'd definitely get another if the wobble was taken care of.