EZRA Freecoaster to Cassette How To 6

Step-by-step instructions on switching the Ezra Karl Poynter Sig. Freecoaster Hub to a regular Cassette Hub.
Karl's hub will be available soon at veinbmx.com and fine retailers everywhere.

Visit ezrabmx.com for more info on Karl's hub.

Credit: Vein BMX
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  • Karl

    1/7/2013 2:07 AM

    How long did I waited for this freecoaster hub to come out? Two years? Three years? And now, thanks to this shit, I don't want to see it, hear about it or fuck*ng know something about it, thanks ezra. Fuck bmx.

  • JohannesVarkki

    1/7/2013 6:19 AM

    I think it's amazing :D why don't you like it?

  • Karl

    1/7/2013 6:43 AM

    I don't have any hate for cassette hubs (I ride freecoaster hub for all of my bmx career), but in my opinion now there will be a bunch of kids who will switch modes (freecoaster to cassette and back) every single fuck*ng day and do nothing with them, just "oh my god look at me I'm sooooooooo coool because I can do this and You can't so You're a lolbotrookie" and I hate it (add that sentence some "gangsta" shit and You'll get what I hear in my local skatepark).
    Yes- ezra did some good shit there, but I just don't like it. For me there was always freecoaster hubs and cassette hubs, not, I don't know, cassecouster hubs? Ehhh.. sad.
    But this is just my opinion and I hope You'll respect it as I respect all yours.

  • Imhoodrich

    1/8/2013 1:52 PM

    dude you are too concerned about other people...jus ride your damn bike.

  • milou

    1/6/2013 9:47 PM

    Amazed, lots of kid are going to put stuff in the wrong order but otherwise very nice Freecoaster

  • Otabmx

    1/6/2013 9:40 PM

    GODDAMN this is cool! one hub and anyone can play with a F/C whenever they feel like, without having to buy a whole new hub!!

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