Bikecheck: Jeremy Menduni’s Partymaster

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While most of our team usually sticks to stock colors when putting together a new Partymaster, the fakie manual wizard likes to spice things up a bit and always picks an interesting custom color, making sure his Altruiste 613 Forks matches his Partymaster frame perfectly. This year, Jeremy opted for a slightly darker raw clear coat which blends seamlessly with his custom head badge. Talking about his head badge; these were custom-made by Gabo from Altruiste and given to us as a present. There are only 4 of those in the world and have been awarded to the 4 owners of The Rise, which Jeremy happens to be a part of. All decked out with BMX parts and Resist Nomad tires, the simplicity of this build is exactly what makes it so beautiful. Peep more photos below along with the complete specs and a few words from Jeremy about his new setup.

“So stoked on how this build turned out! after being on a copper bike for a season I was ready for something a bit stealthier so I started checking out different paint samples with Gabo and we came across this “smoke raw”. We knew right away it would work great with the custom head badge.¬† I’m running my signature Altruiste 613 forks (the only rigid fork I would ever run)! The Ruff Bike Can Rims with some fresh Resist Nomad rubber really ties everything together.¬† And of course a big thanks to the crew at Joe Mamma Cycles for always making sure my bike is running 100%!!

Fork: Altruiste 613
Handlebar: NS District
Stem: United Front load
Grips: ODI Longneck
Bar Ends: Odyssey Par ends
Headset: Cane Creek 40 series
Seat: Fiend
Pedals: Merrit
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: Salt Plus
Rear Hub: Demolition Rogue
Mods: Bolt protectors on the rear hub for grinds

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