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MacNeil Fat Capital Seat

“Fine seat shit hardware”

The Good:

Seats tough, clean, prob can withstand much abuse

The Bad:

The pivotal 6mm bolt stripped after one install luckily its not loose its but its gonna be a pain to remove later on. Hope it dsent loosen up knock on wood

Overall Review:

Macneil ur lookin bad i would not recommend simply cause the bolt seems to be very soft aluminum either then that its fine

Eclat Filter Grips

“Ok grips not bad ”

The Good:

Thicker, durable

The Bad:

Dosent handle moisture well and grips fair

Overall Review:

Last fair bit and are somewhat comfy

BSD Safari Pedals

“My Favorite Pedal!”

The Good:

Solid construction. Excellent grip. Takes a beating!

The Bad:

Limited colorways.

Overall Review:

Started riding again after a long hiatus and got a new bike. Went through pedals from ECLAT (Slash), DEMOLITION (Trooper) and THE SHADOW CONSPIRACY (Surface) before trying out the Safaris. I will use these as long as they make them!! They are incredibly grippy, I never feel like I am going to slip. Smooth bearings. I hope they continue them for a long time!!

Odyssey Vermont Sprocket

“I'm it's third owner”

The Good:

Strong! Light Looks nice Cheap Available in weird teeth numbers

The Bad:

Nothing really

Overall Review:

As the title says, I'm the third owner of this sprocket and the bike it's been attached to. It's a bike that's been heavily abused (like thrown and kicked around) and the sprocket has half it's teeth half stripped of the paint. Half! No bends, no cracks and no problems with it whatsoever. Amazing product and if you like the design and don't care about a guard, I can't recommend it enough. It's also available in weird sizes like 23/27/31T, so you can even use it on your MTB SS golden ratio project.

Eclat Burns Stem

“Tallyho its a keeper”

The Good:

Good hardware, solid bolts, strong and substantial, imagine it should last years.

The Bad:

Nothin yet

Overall Review:

Not too rised 50mm reach feels good looks tight

Odyssey Calibur Cranks

“Bad cranks”

The Good:

Comes with bb, 160€ is not much for cranks

The Bad:

Cracked, got some play after a while

Overall Review:

i bought these cranks in the first week they came out, i was very excited on these cranks. I rode the first pair for around 6 months then i bought a second pair (shorter cranks), i mounted the “old” pair on my dirtjumper. After riding the new set for 7 months, the right crankarm cracked at the pedal. Then when i checked the cranks on my dirtjumper, i saw that pair was cracked at the same place. I got one new crankarm for the newer cranks. The cranks also developed wobble after a while.

2016 WeThePeople Arcade Bike

“Bad review ”

The Good:

Was really good before frame snapped

The Bad:

The wtp brand must have shitty welds or the one I bought had shitty welds it was half welded where it snapped for me 100% do not recommend these expensive shit bikes

Overall Review:

Good bmx besides and dimensions but the welds are absolutely ass 

Volume DeMarcus Paul War Horse Frame

“Good frame ”

The Good:

Super responsive, strong, the blue thunder color is amazing

The Bad:

Not much just not for me

Overall Review:

I wanted to try out a super tech, street frame and this is that. I traded it for a fit Mac v2 because I prefer a longer back end to my bikes. 

Kink SXTN Frame

“Kink makes a damn good frame”

The Good:

Quality 4130 Sanko Chro-mo, nice welds/attention to detail- option to run stopping device other that your vans - spot on geometry & it's not heavy but no so light that you worry after sending it. Color options like translucent blue and raw with clear coat or black make it look as good as it rides.

The Bad:

Not made in America

Overall Review:

This Frame is about as close to perfect as you are going to get anywhere! If you are a Street animal bent on destruction and flat landings get the Kink Contender, but if you are even a little bit smooth then you need this bike in your life. Perfect for trails, park and the occasional street session.

Redline Device Rear Rear Hub

“Redlines decent price hub”

The Good:

Price, burley axel, easy to service & replace worn parts, sealed.

The Bad:

Heavy, ugly, no longer available.

Overall Review:

I'd stock up on 'em if I found a shop selling them cheap. Mine lasted years without any problems. Street riders may not like them but if you don't ride like you are on a mission to destroy everything in your path you will be just fine.