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    Nemesis Project at Interbike

    Brad has patiently waited for these photos I took at the Nemesis Project booth at Interbike. That's him holding his own bike, the requested NYC Freedride pedal photo, and another Nemesis Project dj/urban hardtail I can't name.

    Brad will give more details.

    Thanks for getting me to take care of this Brad. I do kinda like these photos and I'm glad they're finally seeing the light of day.
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    Wow!! Bling bada bling! *drool everywhere*
    i want to post more but i can't stop riding!

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    Wait,, looks like freeriderizzles bike.
    i want to post more but i can't stop riding!

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    Sweet photos and killer bikes!!!
    They look really nice.
    What kind of bash guard is that?
    Just kidding.
    Why did Brad's booth smell like puke?

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    WOW ..... that's my bike !!!

    John was really cool and made time to come by our booth right before the show closed on the second day , I'm not sure who was more tired at that point me or John .

    The first pic is my personal StreetFighter !
    With the new bling bling NYC free-ride HOE stem , since the show I chopped most of the excess steerer off .I had just put that stem on right before the show and there was a huge difference in steerer height between the NYC and what I was running before . It looks much more street now and less bike path ...LOL

    The second pic is of the Chrome Glory Hole pedals from NYC free-ride it doesn't get any more bling bling than that !!

    The third pic is the one I have been waiting for this is our new frame the Secret Agent!!! This is the 26" equivalent of our StreetFighter frame !!!
    Parts included.... our new 90mm 66VF2 travel reduction kit ...... NEW SMT bashguard with aluminum inner bash ring and 27T max front gear fully inclosed for protection .
    .... set up was mounted to a pain of North Shore Billitt freelight crank arms !


    Yes the booth smelled like rotten fish puke , someone decided to drop off a little present on our black carpet . I guess it could be worse I could be running mags on my BMX cruiser ..........LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    John was really cool and made time to come by our booth right before the show closed on the second day , I'm not sure who was more tired at that point me or John .

    The first pic is my personal StreetFighter !
    With the new bling bling NYC free-ride HOE stem , since the show I chopped most of the excess steerer off .I had just put that stem on right before the show and there was a huge difference in steerer height between the NYC and what I was running before . It looks much more street now and less bike path ...LOL

    The second pic is of the Chrome Glory Hole pedals from NYC free-ride it doesn't get any more bling bling than that !!

    The third pic is the one I have been waiting for this is our new frame the Secret Agent!!! This is the 26" equivalent of our StreetFighter frame !!!

    Yes the booth smelled like rotten fish puke , someone decided to drop off a little present on our black carpet . I guess it could be worse I could be running mags on my BMX cruiser ..........LOL
    Hahaha. Who's running mags?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWISTED
    Hahaha. Who's running mags?
    Nice way to jack my thread !


    Now that's a BMX bike get that thing back to the track .
    Seriously your bike looks WAAAY to much like a crusier !
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    chainguide?

    what kind of chainguide is on that first bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mp29k
    what kind of chainguide is on that first bike?
    SMT.
    Click the link in my signature.

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    sweet.
    that brown is pimp.
    must be fun to build your own frames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriracha
    sweet.
    that brown is pimp.
    must be fun to build your own frames.

    Thank you !
    Yes it's fun and very rewarding !
    The brownish red color is called dried blood !
    this is one of our custom mixxed powder coat colors

    The guides on both bikes are from the Portland Or based company SMT
    ( SimpleMindsTech ) There guides can be found at www.simplemindstech.com
    Or you can just follow Tim's aka thread jacker's link in his signature



    I have been working with Jim Bob and PK on these smaller guides since July .

    Or you can just follow Tim's link in his signature
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWISTED
    SMT.
    Click the link in my signature.

    Cool, I just email SMT about a guide i need.

    Thanks,

    joel

    ps. i had the graphite/gold tuffwheels on my haro back in the day. brought back memories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M1_joel
    i had the graphite/gold tuffwheels on my haro back in the day.
    i found an old 24" skyway mag in a dumpster a couple years back. put it on my redline, but it was so outta wack, the tire rubbed on the stays. eventually, the skyway found it's way back to the dumpster.

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    Joel sweet pic! are thoes old CW racing bars or forklifters ...damm thoes things look big !


    Here is a brief description of our line and bikes , hope this helps make sense out of it all.

    Nemesis Project is a small bike company located just outside Sacramento CA .
    We build all our frames in house , we manufactor 3 differnt frames as well as Carbon knuckle DH gloves and travel reduction kits for Marzochi Z-1 and 66 series forks .


    Streetfighter $750 retail : 24 specific street and park inspired freestyle MTB
    ( grey bike pictured above)
    spec's :
    72" HA
    70" SA
    15.60-16.0 CS
    21.5 TT
    11.88 B/B
    5.5 lbs
    Euro B/B , standard 1 1/8 press fit headset
    Designed around 24" wheels and a 80-100mm marzocchi fork

    DeathMobile $600 retail : 26" street bike , Garson Fields signature frame
    ( raw looking bike with brown Dj2 in the backround )
    Spec's:
    72" HA
    70" SA
    15.20-16.0 CS
    22.30 TT
    12.0 B/B
    5lb 7oz
    Spanish B/B , internal headset

    SecretAgent retail TBD : 24 or 26" wheels
    ( The dried blood color bike with chrome NYC glory holes )
    Designed to be the 26" counterpart to the Streetfighter
    with and emphisis on MTX, DJ and DS
    with not as much park and street influnce
    Spec's:
    72-70 HA (depending on fork axle to crown )
    designed to work with 100mm to 150mm Marzocchi forks
    71-69 SA
    15.75-16.25 CS
    12.0-12.5 BB
    22.0 TT
    5.5 lbs
    Euro or Spanish W/ ICGS tabs
    Internal headset

    The Streetfighter and Secret Agent are also availible with the NEW NYC-freeride 12mm to 10mm step down axle that allows you to run any 12mm x 135mm through axle hub . + $30 w/ frame purchace

    We also make Slamm kits for Marzocchi DJ, Z-1 and 66 series forks
    these travel reduction kits , let you convery your FR fork to more of a urban friendly platform . retail $50

    and the

    FIST or FURY : carbon knuckle DH glove
    This is the most advanced carbon knuckle DH/fighting glove on the market .
    Made by the leader in GP moto gear for Nemesis Project cycles
    these gloves kick ass !
    These gloves have gone through a full year of testing by the Nemesis Project team , CHP offroad moto X team , Zach Dank of the Legion of Doom and Shane Knapp Mountain cycle pro rider
    Keep your eyes peeled for these !!!
    Sugested retail :$50 -$60
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    Quote Originally Posted by sriracha
    i found an old 24" skyway mag in a dumpster a couple years back. put it on my redline, but it was so outta wack, the tire rubbed on the stays. eventually, the skyway found it's way back to the dumpster.
    id like to build a retro BMX bike using the SKYWAY TA 24" cruiser and the 24" Graph Tuffs. Just for cruising to work or the store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWISTED
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    when was the last time you kissed your bike good night and said "I love you"???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    Joel sweet pic! are thoes old CW racing bars or forklifters ...damm thoes things look big !
    sh*t man, dont get me lying but CW sounds familiar. The bars came together and formed the "stem" and the front brake cable ran thru the hollow bolt - there was not a traditional stem.

    I'll be lookin for those gloves, they sound nice.

    Do you have a full chaingudie system for BMX BB ? i need boomerang and guide plate gettup for 4X on this bike:
    profile cranks
    profile evolution BB
    probably a 36t chainring/spyder setup
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...y-brandnew.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    Joel sweet pic! are thoes old CW racing bars or forklifters ...damm thoes things look big !


    Here is a brief description of our line and bikes , hope this helps make sense out of it all.

    Nemesis Project is a small bike company located just outside Sacramento CA .
    We build all our frames in house , we manufactor 3 differnt frames as well as Carbon knuckle DH gloves and travel reduction kits for Marzochi Z-1 and 66 series forks .


    Streetfighter $750 retail : 24 specific street and park inspired freestyle MTB
    ( grey bike pictured above)
    spec's :
    72" HA
    70" SA
    15.60-16.0 CS
    21.5 TT
    11.88 B/B
    5.5 lbs
    Euro B/B , standard 1 1/8 press fit headset
    Designed around 24" wheels and a 80-100mm marzocchi fork

    DeathMobile $600 retail : 26" street bike , Garson Fields signature frame
    ( raw looking bike with brown Dj2 in the backround )
    Spec's:
    72" HA
    70" SA
    15.20-16.0 CS
    22.30 TT
    12.0 B/B
    5lb 7oz
    Spanish B/B , internal headset

    SecretAgent retail TBD : 24 or 26" wheels
    ( The dried blood color bike with chrome NYC glory holes )
    Designed to be the 26" counterpart to the Streetfighter
    with and emphisis on MTX, DJ and DS
    with not as much park and street influnce
    Spec's:
    72-70 HA (depending on fork axle to crown )
    designed to work with 100mm to 150mm Marzocchi forks
    71-69 SA
    15.75-16.25 CS
    12.0-12.5 BB
    22.0 TT
    5.5 lbs
    Euro or Spanish W/ ICGS tabs
    Internal headset

    The Streetfighter and Secret Agent are also availible with the NEW NYC-freeride 12mm to 10mm step down axle that allows you to run any 12mm x 135mm through axle hub . + $30 w/ frame purchace

    We also make Slamm kits for Marzocchi DJ, Z-1 and 66 series forks
    these travel reduction kits , let you convery your FR fork to more of a urban friendly platform . retail $50

    and the

    FIST or FURY : carbon knuckle DH glove
    This is the most advanced carbon knuckle DH/fighting glove on the market .
    Made by the leader in GP moto gear for Nemesis Project cycles
    these gloves kick ass !
    These gloves have gone through a full year of testing by the Nemesis Project team , CHP offroad moto X team , Zach Dank of the Legion of Doom and Shane Knapp Mountain cycle pro rider
    Keep your eyes peeled for these !!!
    Sugested retail :$50 -$60
    nice stuff...good luck in the bizness
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    when was the last time you kissed your bike good night and said "I love you"???
    Sorry Shiver. I meant SMT = Simple Minds Technology.

    Brad come on, those bars are the one piece bar / stem Vectors. I think Bob Haro ran those for a while. Much different than the CW's with the crossbar that went all the way across the top, or the Redline Forklifters with the welded in # plate mounts.

    That photo KICKS ASS, btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    nice stuff...good luck in the bizness
    Thanks SMT !!!!!
    We have been working pretty hard on the line over the past year !

    BTW : my second dog name was pirate ! he was a dalmation!!
    Arrrrrrrr!..LOL


    Here are a few pic's of the production versions of the " Fist of Fury "
    I just wanted a glove that lasted more than 1 day at N*
    We garentee these for 50,000,00 punches !!!
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    Slam Kit sounds like a great deal... I assume it is only for Marz Dj/Z1 series 32 mm stanchions...

    though I know you slammed a 66 VF, too...

    so what size froks does the slam kit support?

    Thanks, man... love teh steezy on yer bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    Here are a few pic's of the production versions of the " Fist of Fury "
    everything should have a stash pocket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWISTED
    Sorry Shiver. I meant SMT = Simple Minds Technology.

    Brad come on, those bars are the one piece bar / stem Vectors. I think Bob Haro ran those for a while. Much different than the CW's with the crossbar that went all the way across the top, or the Redline Forklifters with the welded in # plate mounts.

    That photo KICKS ASS, btw.
    I stand corrected .......TWISTED has me on the old school freestyle trivia

    Sucks getting old , I tell you your right Vectors were those wack ass high racing bars with the attached stem all Michael Steingraber style that crazy german guy !

    Fork-lifter race bars were that F-ing beeez knees , if you could get the 7-in rise expert bars , I remember the second I got my first set so bad ass .
    All the original REdline stuff hand made by Lynn Kasten was some of the best quality stuff I had even seen . What I would do for a pimped out original RL22 in red/chrome .

    ( please excuse my crazy banter this morning I am had waaaaay to many shots of espresso strong coffee rules! )
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWISTED
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    Brad come on, those bars are the one piece bar / stem Vectors.
    That's funny, I haven't thought about or seen Vectors in about 20 years until I saw that pic - super cool. Love the plastic "brake guard" or whatever they called them.

    My friend built up a Hutch Trick Star around '84 - it had white CW bars, white Tuff Wheels, white pad set - it's the first time I can remember having a bike give me wood, the thing was awesome.

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    Those bikes are looking dope. I wish i had one.
    The Fists of Fury gloves that Brad makes are ssssssickness. Right now is the perfect season to get some, cuz they are warm. Mad nuckle protection too. I would have had broken hands a couple of times if i wern't wearing mine.

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