A while back ago Mike got a bird caught up in his Sadio Molar Sprocket. These things are lean mean eating machines. Made from high grade 7075 Aluminum, so you know you won’t have to worry about your spline developing play. Head over to SADIO BIKES or The Grime for all your Sadio parts & components.
I recently went on a night ride w/ my good friend Alex Le Cas-barré. He brought along w/ him his Felt TK2 and a 6pack of Stella for the ride in his new Chrome Night Series Messenger Bag. He’s back home in Paris right now, but I can’t wait until he’s back in town so we can ride, and kick it in the new year.
A few weeks back I saw a Specialized PFIX in the wild for the 1st time. It belonged to 14year old San Jose native Marco Villaseñor. I caught this photo of him on the way home from the SF Bike Expo on Saturday. I can’t tell you how stoked I am to see other kids shredding on the bike. That’s what the PFIX is all about, making it affordable so that more people can get in on this & try it out, without being held back by funds.
Here’s a couple shots of Scott (Bottom) & Matt’s (Top) Specialized PFIX builds. Both of us are running the Medium sized frame, dual 26’s w/ a 2.2″ Compound tire in the front, a 1.95 Hemisphere in the back, Sadio Booster Forks, Sadio Riot Pegs, Sadio Pivotal, Specialized Pedals w/ YNOT Straps, & Sadio 175mm Swoop Crank Arms. I’ll film complete bike checks soon, but for now enjoy these photos from this weekend.