Volume

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  • Owen Dawson - Welcome to Volume (video)

    Owen Dawson blazes down every rail and ledge setup imaginable, while executing some of the smoothest and burliest grinds I've ever seen. Of course it was a no brainer for Volume to bring him onto the team. Owen kills it.

    Posted by KQP on 1/28/2016 9:58 PM

  • Volume/Demolition Australian Team in Sydney (video)

    Jacman Hinss, Lewis Mills, and Boyd Hilder bring serious heat to street, dirt, park, and more during their visit in Sydney, Australia. These guys don't mess around.

    Posted by KQP on 1/14/2016 10:17 AM

  • DeMarcus Paul: Riding + Bike Check (video)

    DeMarcus has a new signature frame. DeMarcus has new signature bars. DeMarcus has a new signature seat. DeMarcus has new signature pegs. About damn time, right!? Check out all of his new signature goods and enjoy some hot clips from Downtown San Diego!

    Posted by doeby.huynh on 12/17/2015 10:48 AM

  • Billy Perry Discusses his Volume 1 Part (video)

    Another interesting piece about what went into Volume's latest video release. This time it's with Billy Perry discussing his part, in addition to some behind-the-scenes riding clips.

    Posted by KQP on 12/17/2015 10:11 AM

  • Volume 1 featuring DeMarcus Paul, Billy Perry, Josh Clemens (video)

    Volume's newest release featuring full sections from DeMarcus Paul, Billy Perry, and Josh Clemens. Watch it!

    Posted by kylecarlson on 12/1/2015 12:17 PM

  • DeMarcus Paul: A Vital BMX Exclusive (video)

    DeMarcus Paul is an inspiration. A few years ago, DeMarcus left his home in Georgia to chase the BMX dream in California. Through powerful amounts of dedication, extended periods of living on couches, and one of the strongest work ethics I’ve ever encountered in my life, everything is coming toge...

    Posted by doeby.huynh on 10/6/2015 1:14 PM

  • Volume - Interbike 2015 (video)

    Broc Raiford and DeMarcus Paul get into the details of their new signature parts. War Horse!

    Posted by kylecarlson on 9/17/2015 9:54 PM

  • The Good:

    my friend has this bike and if you guys were thinking about getting this bike, get it. best all around complete ever. all sealed bearings and the hub is so loud once it breaks in. its as loud as a profile mini but has a deeper pitch to it.

    The Bad:

    the odyssey brake that came with it, the spring broke after a few months so dont be surprised if it breaks on you earlier than expected.

    Overall Review: this bike is just an all around one of the best completes ive ever ridden. feels nice and solid the geometry on this bike makes tricks like 180s and 360s flow. the weight is perfect not to heavy or not to light just right.

    Posted by sunny_D on 11/25/2014 8:51 PM

  • The Good:

    Simple & strong design, nice weight, love the geometry, nice dropouts with built-in tensioners

    The Bad:

    I can only say not being able to adjust seat height, but you can always cut the post off (via Cut-line)

    Overall Review: Im a shorter rider & have the 20.5 version its perfect for me geometry wise. Its really stout. ive had mine over a year & no dents even, which is crazy imo because I dented a sunday 2nd wave frame in less time than that. Really good frame

    Posted by hunglojoe on 10/16/2014 6:55 PM

  • Volume at Interbike 2014 (video)

    Kevin from Volume shows the Bermuda V2 frame, Vader tire, DeMarcus Paul’s new color way frame, Broc Raiford’s new frame and fork, and more.

    Posted by rwg2008 on 9/10/2014 7:09 PM

  • DeMarcus Paul: Riding + Bike Check (video)

    Take an up-close look at Volume pro DeMarcus Paul's personal ride and watch some fresh clips of him shredding the mean streets of San Diego.

    Posted by kylecarlson on 9/8/2014 11:15 AM

  • The Good:

    Holds up to big drops. Huge back end. Looks clean.

    The Bad:

    Flat Black gets dirty fast. The head tube was too big for my forks and i run a gyro which allowed my stem to barely grab on which somehow made the top of the steerer tube not a perfect circle. So make sure your steerer tube is atleast 160mm if you run a gyro.

    Overall Review: The frame is holding up quite well. I like to do big drops and its holding up good. I've hit the frame a few times with grinding and still no dents which is super nice. The chainstay length is also great for mannying if your a bigger guy. It also has huge tire clearance (i run a Animal tww 2.2)....

    Posted by Gramccallum on 8/24/2014 12:41 PM

  • The Good:

    i like the geometry. Easy to manual and do tricks.

    The Bad:

    The headset is not campy spec, so it is hard to find headsets for it.

    Overall Review: I like it overall. I wish it was campy spec. That is the only reason why i got rid of it.

    Posted by soggybike on 7/3/2014 1:04 PM

  • Volume at Colorado Springs Memorial Park (video)

    The Volume team recently spent some time in Colorado to stack clips for The Finer Things. Between street sessions, Broc Raiford, DeMarcus Paul, Drew Hosselton, Jason Enns, Zach Krejmas, Josh Clemens, Eric Bahlman, and Alex Platt enjoyed some beautiful Colorado concrete and killed Colorado Spring...

    Posted by zachkrejmas on 6/27/2014 9:19 AM

  • Volume Hatchet Fork

    Da hossboss (product review)

    The Good:

    Strong light fork from volume! They hold up spectacularly against grinds and the drop outs are beefy as hell so you don't have to worry about them bending. They also hold fat tires if you're into big tires, they have plenty of clearance for my hawk 2.4

    The Bad:

    Nothing bad about them yet no dents or anything and I bash into concrete legegs a lot

    Overall Review: Quality parts come from quality companies and volume is one of the best out there. I recommend them 100% to anyone

    Posted by Coopers25 on 4/15/2014 8:15 PM

  • The Good:

    Durable light strong

    The Bad:

    They are too wide but cutting them down is not a problem at all!

    Overall Review: Best handlebars our there with them being 30 inches you have plenty of room to cut down get em'!

    Posted by Coopers25 on 4/15/2014 8:09 PM

  • The Good:

    Very strong frame, perfect geometry. It can take a hit. If you ride it without pegs like me it will hold for a looong time.

    The Bad:

    Paint and colors could be a little better, but doesn't matter.

    Overall Review: Super frame, I have it for like 7 months and it's holding great. No dents or cracks.

    Posted by BornaE on 8/28/2013 6:46 AM

  • The Good:

    i like the volume sign on the head tube

    The Bad:

    havent found any yet

    Overall Review: i love it it is very strong and have a sick look i have it in blue and very satisfide with it i payed  319 and it was worst more i think

    Posted by Chicken Hawk on 2/20/2013 12:57 PM

  • The Good:

    Great geometry and colors . Feels strong. Looks amazing.

    The Bad:

    Dents EXTREMELY easy!!!!!!! I have 8 dents after riding it for almost a month. Its ridiculous!

    Overall Review: Frame is overall very good except for the denting. If ur big and heavy , dont buy it. If u ride alot of street and do alot of grinding like me, theres no way u should get this frame. This frame is good for riding dirt and pegless park rats. And street riding if u dont grind much. Dissapoints me ...

    Posted by JacobBush on 1/16/2013 11:51 PM

  • The Good:

    Light and great geometry

    The Bad:

    Orange paint looks great but is cheap and chips and scratches easy

    Overall Review: Awesome price but will buy American made next time

    Posted by jetzy72 on 9/26/2012 3:55 PM

  • The Good:

    It feels good to ride and the tall ST is sweet, also the longer cs makes it pretty stable. Top and Downtube Gussets. Fly EBS is great.

    The Bad:

    DENTS SUPER EASY. I've dented this frame in the past week more than I have any other frame ever. Kinda bummed on how easy it dents.

    Overall Review: Pick it up if you are not at much of a risk to dent it. I'm going with a Sunday with wave tubing next time

    Posted by catfish95 on 9/20/2012 4:56 PM

  • The Good:

    super strong nice short rear end for high bunnyhops and bunnyhop threes

    The Bad:

    its a bit heavier than most frames but at 5 pounds 2 ounces its not much and its worth it for the strength

    Overall Review: Anyone who rides hard and cracks a lot of frames i would recommend it to them

    Posted by markhoffman4737 on 7/29/2012 2:16 AM

  • The Good:

    strong, light. stands out with the pinched stays and the stay braces, 75 degree headtube, short rearend

    The Bad:

    nothing really yet

    Overall Review: i got this frame in orange.. it looks great. and the fact that it comes in a 21.1 is awesome

    Posted by daryndann on 4/6/2012 8:17 AM

  • The Good:

    Everything is good. It's super strong, stiff, geo is simply GODLY and does whatever you want it to. Ive been running my Volume Drifter 21.1 slammed chainstay for a bout 3 months now and I have been able to progress with tricks like manuals, high hops, and hop spins very quickly. Good headtube angle for some fun nose mannies, and wicked features like the pinched chainstays, tapered top tube and seat and chain stay braces. I had the option to go with S&M, Fit, BSD and all those other wicked brands, but I chose this because its simply amazing.

    The Bad:

    Comes in at 5.1 pounds which isn't that bad considering where you find weight there is strength. Im at 6'2" 210lbs and this frame is putting up with all of my abuse. Take that in!

    Overall Review: Beauty. I'd recommend this frame to any rider looking for something unique, strong, and long lasting. ENJOY :)

    Posted by iScream on 3/22/2012 9:51 AM

  • The Good:

    Very solid, and pleasing to the eye, a decent weight for the great strength of this frame, been riding mine for around 8 months, not one problem with it and its suprisingly dent resistant. The trans red colour is so amazing

    The Bad:

    The small dropouts make having pegs quite hard, but it is perfectly possible

    Overall Review: Would definately recommend this frame for anyone, it can take a beating and still look good at the end of it :-)

    Posted by Lewis_Whitehouse on 2/11/2012 12:13 PM

  • The Good:

    100% chromoly thats heat treated, trans red would go great with my anodized red rims, and top tube 21.1" is great cuz im 6'

    The Bad:

    I dont have it yet

    Overall Review: as soon as i get the money im getting it, chromoly, heat treated, good sizes and angles, and great colors, everything u would look for in a frame.

    Posted by kevin burnett on 12/11/2011 9:21 PM

  • The Good:

    they are strong look good

    The Bad:

    the drop outs hang up when u grind

    Overall Review: there good forks worth the money there volume so u know there good

    Posted by marz on 11/24/2011 7:03 PM

  • The Good:

    Its light and it's really good

    The Bad:

    Only comes in 3 colors

    Overall Review: Best frame ive seen it's just over all amazing

    Posted by Jonathan_Ramirez on 11/12/2011 8:20 PM

  • The Good:

    geo is amazing. feels smaller to me. and really easy to maneuver feels solid as fuck. light. peg friendly. REALLY easy to pop mannys.

    The Bad:

    the dropouts are really small. and only 4mm thick. but im cool with it.

    Overall Review: if you can find it buy it. feels great. stand over hight is more traditional, which i like more compared to my Cleveland V1. seems real tough too, the white is awesome. looks silver in picture but its a really pearly white. head tube cutout is super dope. buy it. NOW!!!!!!!!!

    Posted by theboss on 10/28/2011 4:22 PM

  • The Good:

    they are light and supper strong !
    Legs are thin for a cleaner look .
    And topcat sets in the stem for a cleaner look.
    And most important they have lifetime warenty.

    The Bad:

    Nothing at all!!

    Overall Review: These forks are light and trong with a good offset . so get them you wont be dissapointed !

    Posted by 562_Rider. on 9/4/2011 1:54 PM