The hair. The attitude. The skills. You can't have Dugan's style, but you can rep his bike. This year's Dugan Signature sticks with left side drive and full-Chromoly frame and fork but shortens the top tube to 20.75 for a more classic geo. 2.4-inch T/A tires keep you planted, and Odyssey Twisted pedals, tall bars, and a Cafe Tripod seat give you the green light to huck.
Sure, Fit bikes look good, but there's more to them than slick paint jobs. The PRK is uniquely spec'd with a park-specific geometry and a gyro to keep you full of steeze. Add a U-brake and 2.4-inch FIT OEM tires paired with 36h rims and you'll be slaying it like your boy Joey Battaglia in no time.
The PRK-BAGZ takes the tried-and-true PRK formula and adds more Chromoly to the frame and fork for extra strength. Additional upgrades include a taller 9.25-inch bar, 170mm Chromoly cranks, MAC PC pedals, and a FIT BARSTOOL pivotal seat and post, with the same gyro and bomber 36h rims and 2.4-inch OEM tires as the standard PRK. Get out and rip.
Look. Scumbag is better than anything else they could have called you, especially since you're mobbing the streets on FBC's latest model. With a freecoaster hub, street geo with 20.75" top tube, and slick metallic brown paint, you might take a liking to being a Scumbag year-round. - Full chromoly frame and fork - 9" x 29" 4-piece chromoly bar - Thread-on 990 brake mounts - FIT Indented chromoly cranks - LHD - 4x100mm metal pegs
Spriet's signature bike is a chromed-out beast built to take abuse from the likes of Justin himself. It has a full Chromoly frame and fork, 9.25-inch bars, and 36-hole FIT wheels wrapped in beefy 2.4-inch rubber to make all your flatland dreams come true. Four steel pegs might help, so you get those, too. What more could you want?
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