Bikecheck: Jeremy Menduni’s Partymaster

New Year means New Bike for Jeremy Menduni! He somehow managed to get an even cleaner Partymaster than his previous one and he now runs a Prototype Rigid Fork from Altruiste! Wait no longer and see what he has to say about his new build, then check out a full bikecheck below!

"My bike last year was the cleanest build I'd had to date which meant that it would be really hard to top it this year but somehow I think I did it! One of the hardest things was finding the right colour. After switching between a few different samples, I finally decided on this colour and I'm blown away how well it turned out. I'm running a BMX spaced Partymaster combined with my new signature Altruiste Six One Three fork and I decided to run a sprocket guard to hopefully learn some new grinds and not have to worry about my drivetrain too much. My new Ruff Bike Co Can Rims with Resist Nomad tires makes my bike look even more street and thats all that matters right?! haha! All kidding aside, after a solid weekend of riding my new bike at Joyride 150, I'm beyond stoked on how dialled this thing turned out and it's gotten me so excited for the outdoor sessions and good times with the homies. Huge thanks to The Rise, Altruiste Bikes, Resist, Ruff Bike Co and all the guys at Joe Mamma Cycles in Ottawa for helping me put this thing together. Truly feeling blessed!"

Frame: The Rise Partymaster
Fork: Altruiste Six One Three
Handlebars: Ns District
Stem: United front load
Grips: ODI Longneck
Bar Ends: Odyssey Par Ends
Headset: Cane Creek 40 series
Seat: Eclat OZ
Pedals: Octane One Nylon
Cranks: Eclat Onyx 170mm
Bottom Bracket: Eclat Mid
Sprocket: Eclat AK Guard
Chain: Salt Plus Half link
Tires: Resist Nomad
Rims: Ruff Bike Co Can Rim
Front Hub: Demolition Bulimia
Rear Hub: Demolition Rogue
Mods: Bolt protectors on the rear hub for grinds

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