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NS Majesty V2.0

August 8, 2010

Breaking a frame (or bending it in this case) is a perfect excuse to buy a new one, and that’s exactly what happened here.

So here’s Alex with his all new flat orange NS Majesty.

Bike check time.

NS District bar, Quark Pro stem. Black Market grips.

RockShox Domain (for the time being, while he searches for something a little more suitable). Atomlab Pimplites laced to an Atomlab GI hub with Wheelsmith spokes. DMR SuperMoto tyres.

Fit Bike Co. PC pedals. Profile Racing cranks with Ti spindle, Hoffman Bikes sprocket.

Atomlab Pimplites laced to NS Bikes Rotary rear hub with Wheelsmith spokes. DMR SuperMoto tyres.

Nothing better taking your bike for a ride, right after it’s been built.

Photos courtesy of Benjamin Teo/OhCheese for AttitudeBikes.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Godzilla permalink
    May 5, 2011 9:19 pm

    What length spindle did you use?!?!?!?! I am building a 2010 Majesty and am going to run Profile BMX cranks… is 5-5/8″ long enough??

    Sweet build.

  2. attitudebikes permalink*
    May 20, 2011 2:12 am

    Hi there, we build all our wheels custom and tailored to individual need, for more wheel building enquires do visit us at our store or email us at info@attitudebikes.com . many thanks!

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