Our top of the line Pro level BMX bike, brakes or no brakes. Too many new items to talk about from the all new frame + fork, spline drive chainring, no boss cranks, female axle hubs, top mount stem, Gribble grips, FB PC headset top cover and 8.25" bars give you a complete bike under 23 lbs. Wow!
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I thought it was necessary to have a dedicated thread for the grease tool I've made available for sale. Anyone interested let me know in this thread. I just found out there are 32 already made so if I get enough interest I can get my hands on them with no wait. I will let all who are interested know ... Read More »
I have a Banshee Pyre MKII. I was told it was a size SMALL, but I am having a problem confirming that. The measurements don't seem to match either the SMALL or the MEDIUM sizing/geometry that Banshee lists in their 2009 catalog.
The measurement from the top of the seat tube (without a se ... Read More »
Currently on a Pyre MK1 but have felt for a while it is a bit too AM for the riding I do, have an opportunity to get a cheap Pyre MK2, but am also very interested in the Spitfire.
One key thing for me is the frame size. My current bike's TT is probably a bit too long and I want to k ... Read More »
I'm in the market for a new "trail" bike and I have been looking for information on these two models. Did the Spitfire "replace" the Pyre? What are the differences between these two models? Also what is the proper pronunciation of Pyre, does it rhyme with buyer?
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