Angie Marino's Cult Shorty

In addition to being one of the best lady-shredders in the world, Angie Marino is also far more conscious and aware of what she’s riding than the average woman. Have you ever heard a girl choose tires based on rotational weight over color? Didn't think so. After around a year on the Cult team, she seems to have settled into a bike that suits her well. Check out her Shorty build - 

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Frame: Cult Shorty - 20.75"

Fork: Cult Sect IC

Bars: Cult Hawk

Grips: Cult x Vans

Barends: Cult

Stem: Cult Salvation

Headset: Cult

Cranks: Demolition Revolt

Sprocket: Cult Dak

Chain: Cult Half Link

Pedals: Cult Dak

Seat: Cult In Bloom

Front Wheel: Cult Hub / Cult Aero Rim with Ti Spokes

Rear Wheel: Cult SDS Cassette Hub / Cult Match Rim with Ti Spokes

Front Tire: Cult x Vans Foldable

Rear Tire: Cult x Vans Foldable

Pegs: Cult Butter Lite

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Who are your current sponsors?

Cult Crew and Vans.

How long have you been on this bike?

Three months.

I know you rode the Crew frame for a while. What made you switch to the Shorty?

I wanted to try something with a little bit of a shorter backend. 

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Where are the pink tires!?

I know, I know. I wanted to lighten up the rotational weight a little bit, so Robbie made some Cult x Vans foldables for me.

How long have you been brakeless?

I go back and forth a lot. I think they have been off for at least a couple of years this time.

Will they ever make a return?

Probably not any time soon.

Any crazy modifications to this bike?

Nope!

What’s the best thing about it?

Definitely the pink grips!

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