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Help building a custom DJ bike:P

Jul 29, 2009
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I need helping with building a dj bike money is not an issue im already looking at wheels and forks for the bike which are wheels- 26'' Halo sas and th forks i have are rock shox argylls i havnt bought them yet but are these a good choice i need a hard frame that will get alot of abuse on a daily usage money isnt an issue all i really need help with is getting a nice frame don't ask why but it MUST be in a bright green colour as i cannont be botherd spraying it.

I'm 5ft 11 and the bike will be mainly used for street/dj so the bike will be a single speed:thumb:

Thanks for your help:D
 

cmc

Turbo Monkey
Nov 17, 2006
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austin
I need helping with building a dj bike money is not an issue im already looking at wheels and forks for the bike which are wheels- 26'' Halo sas and th forks i have are rock shox argylls i havnt bought them yet but are these a good choice i need a hard frame that will get alot of abuse on a daily usage money isnt an issue all i really need help with is getting a nice frame don't ask why but it MUST be in a bright green colour as i cannont be botherd spraying it.

I'm 5ft 11 and the bike will be mainly used for street/dj so the bike will be a single speed:thumb:

Thanks for your help:D

why does it have to be bright green in colour ? is money an issue ?

if money's no issue then buy the best bike out there and have your butler take it to get painted.

NS Suburban in "Lime" available:
http://www.treefortbikes.com/338_333222351428__2009-Suburban-Frame.html
 
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Jul 29, 2009
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money isnt an issue but i obiously want to get a good deal and a good bike for as cheap as possible i was looking to spend about £1200 but again i will save up more for a better bike if i think its worth it
 

quickneonrt

Turbo Monkey
Apr 8, 2003
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Staten Island NY
What About Nemesis bikes? I believe they do full on custom frames.
Not an NS fan you about their frames cracking more than any of the other companies. I personally like BlkMkrt and Dobermann.
The Tonics are nice but not a fan of the rear dropouts.
 

aaronrocker

Monkey
Aug 7, 2008
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Washington State
easy there flatrls, he just needs advise from a knowledgable group of people, same as when you ask the bike shop guy what he thinks. and on that note i say tonic.
 

quickneonrt

Turbo Monkey
Apr 8, 2003
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Staten Island NY
Get in touch with Alain from Dobermann Bikes... they make some awesome stuff... the Pinscher or the Molosse may be what you are looking for....

They are a great group of guys, great customer support and very informative....

Email Alain: [email][/email] He will answer any of your questions.[/QUOTE] Second Dobermann bikes. Quality work and Alain is real nice guy. Met him personally at the Brooklyn banks jam, he hand delivered my frame.