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2003 Volume Mid

#1 2010-10-27 9:07pm

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2003 Volume Mid

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2003 Volume Mid

This frame was designed to be Andrew Farris' signature full chromo flatland frame.

I have had this bike for 7 years.  I tried to buy a new frame but i cant get used to anything else now.  This frame was designed by Andrew Farris for flatland.  I ride mostly street and park with it.  I love the tiny geometry of it.  For me to get used to the newer style funky shapes is way too hard, Im just convinced that if this frame is ever for some reason unrideable I'm going to have to make a replica of it or something.  This frame has been through all kinds of abuse, a few paint jobs, retired, and brought back up to the plate.  Its still in great condition.  I finally upgraded some of the mid to old school parts to the new generation of extremely light stuff.


Frame: Volume Mid
Fork: DK Race
Stem: Mission front load
Handlebars: Fly Three Amigos
Headset: Top cup- FSA Pig
             Bottom cup- Cane Creek
Grips: ODI Longneck
Bar Ends:   Cult
Brake Lever:  Sputnic
Brake Cable: Oddyssey Linear
Brakes: Diatech Fiesta
Front Wheel:  Mission Echo
Rear Wheel:  Mission React
Crank: Primo Powerbite
Bottom Bracket: Primo American
Sproket: Eastern Medusa
Chain: Shadow Half Link
Chain Adjs: Primo
Seat: Eclat fixed
Seat Post: Eclat
Seat Post Clmp: Profile Slim
Pedals: Animal Hamilton
Pegs: Animal MK3



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#2 2016-11-20 7:15pm

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From: mierdopolis
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Re: 2003 Volume Mid

:D nice bike..!


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