deity Streetsweeper - Sneak Peek

Mar 27, 2011
by DEITY Components  
We are about to enter the powdercoat phase of our Cryptkeeper and Streetsweeper frame production and to celebrate, we have decided to show some sneak peek images of the upcoming deity Streetsweeper.With a recent shoot in our warehouse, we have compiled hundreds of images of both frames and what you see here are some leftovers that did not make the cut...


Some brief specs include...70.5 degree head angle, 73 degree seattube angle, 14.9 inch chainstays, 0mm BB drop (neutral), 22.25" top tube, and as the name dictates, the deity Streetsweeper is a dedicated discipline specific Street/Park frame.


Like the anticipated deity Cryptkeeper, the Streetsweeper is a high end frame made from custom double butted, triple butted tubing, and features our 100% Post Weld Heat Treat process that creates the strongest bike on the market. Just look at our welds and compare them to the competition.


Featuring an integrated headset, Spanish bottom bracket, full Black ED treatment to prevent any corrosion, compact micro dropouts, and so much more, the Streetsweeper weighs in at 5.3 lbs and is slated to be available at the very end of April.


Stay tuned as we will be launching the comprehensive frame pages on our site in the next 4 weeks. Until then, keep an eye out to the deity Mania Blog and the deity Facebook page for more sneak peek images and information on the new Cryptkeeper, Streetsweeper, and evolving product line...


www.deitycomponents.com



146 Comments

  • 36 1
 Super sexy
  • 8 0
 Yeah, looks like a clean street frame.
  • 15 1
 very eastery...
  • 2 11
flag rwstyle (Mar 27, 2011 at 2:58) (Below Threshold)
 the rear ends are exactly like the blk mrkt riots ends, they are not very stiff
  • 16 3
 Ugh, I hate seeing overused fonts. This font is "birth of a hero". Waayy too overused. Good looking frames otherwise.
  • 3 2
 @FregoS - Totally agree with you
  • 3 2
 my very first thought FregoS! frames look good though Smile
  • 6 2
 The font? Really? Sick Geo though
  • 2 0
 unique colours! looks badass
  • 1 0
 Frames are looking good Smile
can't wait to see them in stores.
  • 6 8
 don't like it.
  • 6 1
 Youz a hater. I like it.
  • 3 14
flag batesy44 (Mar 27, 2011 at 10:19) (Below Threshold)
 no one will buy it, its to hevy
  • 16 1
 5.3lbs is heavy? It's a steel frame, do you want Sub 5lbs? Get real man.
  • 5 3
 Beautiful pics! I love Deity, probably my favorite components on my Yeti 303rdh are Deity. They're always super tough and reliable.

I have a bunch of friends that ride BMX (poor guys never grew up) so I think I'm going to have to buy a street bike cause I can't get them into DH (too much money). I'll probably end up buying a Deity frame. It would be awesome if they sold premade bikes pimped out with Deity components.
  • 2 1
 That actually would be pretty cool, but expensive for a small company
  • 1 0
 ns majesty is like 4.5 and i bet that it will cost the same or more
  • 1 0
 this could be a costly decision for deity, hopefully it pays off though, they make some good quality parts.!! Smile
  • 4 1
 Look good. I agree with the font issue, but the frame is nice. As for the weight weenies complaining that its 5.3lbs; Take a sh!t before you go ride, and there you go - you just saved a couple of pounds.
  • 4 1
 The NS Majesty is 4.7 pounds, mine lasted 9 months, cracked in two places, and dented in about five. If you're cool with that, get a Majesty, if not...
  • 5 1
 dude 5;3lbs is like 2.4 kilos? my id p-60 is like 2.7kilos and its fine! grow a pair you pussy. to me light bikes are made light by parts.
  • 5 0
 Good lord, those are nice welds Smile I hope, with enough practice, I can develop that talent.
  • 1 0
 Are they handmade? (sorry if that seems like a silly question, just not sure). The welds ARE very fine and nice! (as long as they're handmade!)
  • 1 0
 They are handmade...
  • 1 0
 Now I know Smile (I wasn't sure! Now I am impressed with those welds!)
  • 2 0
 TIG isn't welding, it's an art-form.
  • 11 0
 After reading the comments I have only one thing to say. BRAKES! GOT IT? BRAKES! BRAKES! NOT BREAKS! BRAKES!

Breaks is what happens to your arm, or your collarbone when you eat it at the park, or off a drop. Breaks are things you take at work. Breaks is a genre of music. Breaks are not found on a bike. Breaks are not "not found" on a bike. A bike can have brakes or it can be brakeless. A breakless bike would be a bike that has not yet broken. Maybe some of you are ignorant fools, but please try to not sound like ignorant fools. That is all.
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  • 7 0
 Hilarious! your right! Give me a brake!
  • 2 0
 brake em off some! oh wait i got the wrong one again
  • 1 0
 Sick frame for sure. My only criticism is that I don't really like how it looks. There seems to be a disconnect between the rear triangle and front triangle in terms of aesthetics. The skinny round seat-tubes seem out of place compared with the large diameter beef front end. To me it looks like two different frames were made into one. I think the frame would have been better served with larger formed seatstays that gradually decreased in diameter toward the dropout ala blackmarket or dobermann. That would make the bike a complete package for me. That being said the ride is what is really important and these bikes look like they are going to ride amazing.
  • 5 0
 When we posted the close up pics of the frame...we knew it would not give people a full picture of how the frame looks as a whole. The pictures, because they are so close up, are deceiving as the tubing for the front end and the rest of the frame is super slim, the downtube gusset is super tiny (but looks larger in the pic because it is so close up), the artwork is subtle, and the drop outs are super compact.

The angle shot from the front to the rear throws off the proportions because of the depth in the image. The stays look tiny while the downtube and top tube look larger...which is deception via the camera and is probably the cause for your criticism.

In fact, the tubing is thinner in outer diameter than the frames you list and rest assured...if you guys like the frame from the images you have seen...just wait until you see a full image of the frame. We will have completes built at Sea Otter and when people see the bike built up, we know you guys will be loving it. I am sitting in the office right now with one of the completes by my side and it is phenomenal, sleek, and a head turner.

You guys will just have to see full images of the frame and the bike built up to get the full picture. It will all come together then for you guys and if you like it now, you will be loving it even more...trust us.
  • 1 0
 Found a complete on google and I must say it is looking sexy.. Geo looks perfect! I hope to see a 24" in the future.
  • 3 0
 sick. i hope to see some of my Deity friends on one soon. It would be cool if Deity came out with a SS bike too.
  • 1 0
 That would be sick! I would defiantly consider a Diety SS for sure!
  • 1 0
 We are starting the design process on our first full suspension slopestyle frame, but like the Cryptkeeper and Streetsweeper...it will need to be real world tested for nearly 2 years before it is released. So, it is a ways off for now, but should be amazing when done.
  • 1 0
 very typical and unoriginal font, everyone uses that now, its everywhere, or that style. just makes the brand look a bit poo if im honest. some will probably disagree but i would remove the decals if i bought this frame.
  • 1 0
 Best frame hands down I have ever tried out... The one i rode unfortunately It was set up poorly component wise but though it all it was the Frame and its performance That stood out
  • 2 3
 haha, check mate! BMX does rule the roost, however some people (myself included) find it really hard to swap between wheel sizes, so MTB street still has it's place I think. My bike is a mix of bmx, trials and mtb, I can ride trials in places traditional trials bikes cant get to and I can ride bmx in places bmxs can't get to. either way suspension has no benefit.

My bike also has 175mm cranks and a 1035 wheelbase (toptube has no meaning as you get too many variations on seat angles etc) and my friend bar spins it no issues.
  • 2 0
 Hmmm The Easter Bunny sure visited the Deity boys a little early this year!
  • 2 0
 def be bring in some of these to the shop
  • 4 2
 Nice, but I was expecting it to be much lighter.
  • 13 4
 Street aint for weight weinies!
  • 4 0
 Neither is DH, but they run rampant there!
  • 3 0
 this is true man! I know there are some ppl who think a 38lb dh bike is heavy....
  • 3 1
 what are you talking about street isnt for weight weenies? all the street guys are the ones running breakless to save weight and hate bikes that are more than 21 pounds, whats your definition of a weight weenie cause thats mine
  • 5 1
 I would love to see a "street rig" that weighs in at 21lbs or less! No WAY. I ride brakless because its badass!! Not to save weight.
  • 1 0
 check out gucci, i think his dart is 21 pounds, and i was more refering to bmx. i bet you most mtb street rigs are sub 24 lbs
  • 3 0
 oh sorry i was confused because we are on a mtb street forum. You make many assumptions i see. I would also love you to show me a 24lb street/dj. I dont think i have ever seen one that light either.
  • 1 0
 like i said, check out gukki's bike its a mtb and around 21 pounds. Oh you just became a member last semtember, makes sense why you havnt seen a bike thats been under 24 lbs. i would say all the pros riding for ns bikes are easily under 24 lbs and same with dartmoor because dart frames are insanly light. www.pinkbike.com/photo/5441505 thats gukkis
  • 2 0
 I don't run brake-less on my bmx to save weight, it is because I have more fun without brakes.
  • 1 0
 im not saying thats why you dont run brakes, but im saying all the guys that cant bar spin or tailwhip and have no real reason to ride breakless just do it to save weight (or they think it makes them cool for some reason?)
  • 1 0
 so whats your point really? Are you trying to justify why you run breaks? if so there is no need. breaks are good for stopping lol
  • 1 1
 im not trying to jusify why i ride breaks, my point was that the only reason a lot of the guys i know dont run breaks is to save weight. the reason i ride breaks is because i ride trails and its nice to have some control, especially when the kicker in front of you has no landing
  • 1 1
 Agreed, breaks are a must on any trail. I would only go without them on the street and at the park. oh and when i said i hadnt ever "seen" a bike that light. i meant in real life. honestly.... how many street 26" are under 24lbs? not many. mine is one of the lighest bikes in town and it is 27lbs. Yea on the net i have seen all kinds of high end stuff.... like lambos, Ferrari ect. But for most of us those things/bikes/cars/whatever are not real life. such as building a bike that weighs in at under 22lbs. ps...... this is my new account on pb. so September was when i opened it.
  • 1 0
 thats kind of sad if yours is one of the lightest bikes in town man, my brothers bike is really low end parts and only a good frame (ns maj) and his weighs in around 28 pounds. not very hard to lose weight on his bike just like yours, ditch the bashguard, new cranks, sprocket, new seat/post combo, new stem and take the front rotor off and you are at least gonna be 24 lbs
  • 1 0
 Now we are back to the real life thing. I already have enough money into it. now you are talking about Ferraries and fords again. Oh and only a couple people ride full custom bikes in my town. Its a small town lol most dj around here come in at almost 30lbs. 24lbs is a tip top high end bike. with every little part being top notch and top priced. If i did all the parts you listed it would be totally different bike in a way higher category than it is right now.You forgot that it also needs the correct bars. it doesnt have brakes right now at all. no rotors either. the pic and bike your looking at are old and changed. I told you it was a quick build for pics and an evening ride. How cool would it be if i got it down to 21 like you guys? SO SO kewl But i ride breakless to let my balls hang out without undoing my pants haha
  • 1 0
 i couldnt tell what bars they were from just seeing the bar ends. and im not saying you have to do that, im just saying if you did that it would not be hard to kill some weight
  • 1 0
 my fork bent on my fr rig so while i was waiting for marz to get back to me/screw me over. So i got board and bought a frame, scraped together some pieces and stripped the bars and stem off of the fr rig. Also, yes that would make it way easier to shed some weight....... but i would have to work hard for the money for the parts that make it "easier" to shed weight. I would rather work less and ride more! You know what i mean right haha
  • 1 0
 haha ya i know what you mean, but since i dont really need to pay for anything else right now every penny i get pretty much goes into my bikes
  • 2 0
 LOL i would kill to be in your shoes then! Try explaining to your wife (when you have one) why her bike cost 300 and your new fox fr fork cost 900 haha I can only sneak so many parts before she notices lol
  • 2 0
 tell her that when she pays for it she can get a better one Razz haha the only reason i have the sunday bars on my bmx is cause i saved up money to buy my gf a birthday present then she cheated on me so i went and bought the new bars Razz
  • 1 0
 HAHA hell yeea!
  • 2 1
 > Anybody who says: "Street aint for weight wienies" - needs to get a clue
* All the tricks are easier when the bike is light.
  • 1 0
 some but not all, the tricks are more dependent on the geo of the bikes that the weight. just because your bike is 20 pounds and buddys is 25 doesnt mean its not easier to barspin his 75 degree head tube over your 69 degree
  • 7 0
 Thanks for the comments guys...

Our goal with our frames was to design one of the strongest frames on the market that was still light. We could easily make the frames below 5 lbs, but strength would have been compromised and even though it would have attracted some riders...in the long run, the frames would suffer for it.

5.3 lbs for the frame is actually quite light and when we tested our frames head to head with other companies, there was no comparison when it came to strength. Personally, trying to make a cr-mo 26" wheel frame that weighs 4.5 - 4.8 lbs is easy to do...making it last a lifetime is not.

There are a few frames that are extremely light and there are many more beloved frames that weight more than ours. There are also light frames that are really cheap, have dodgy welds, and even if they are light...who cares in the end if the frame needs to be warrantied.

We wanted to make extremely strong 100% post weld heat treated frames that are light, but also strong enough to withstand what our riders can do to a bike. A sub 5 lb frame attracts attention, but we wanted to make a frame that would be the last someone would need to buy. We did not sacrifice any bit of quality in the manufacturing of it, we did not compromise any strength to achieve a ridiculous weight, the welds are the best, we use the best possible manufacturing processes, the frames are stiff, strong, reliable, and if we could have made our frames just as strong and weigh sub 5 lbs...we would have done it. It just was not possible to achieve the strength we wanted at those weights.

Nevertheless, every Streetsweeper and Cryptkeeper build we have weighs in the range of 24-25lbs with a rear brake, full deity kit, suspension fork, etc... Lighter than that...would be scary on big sets to us.
  • 1 0
 SOLD!!! to the killa on the pos khs!
  • 1 2
 Some of you can't spell.
  • 3 1
 wasnt aware this was english class
  • 3 4
 Part of the terms and conditions you accepted when you joined this site? Use correct grammar and punctuation...
  • 2 0
 since when do bikers agree to terms and conditions man? we do what the f*ck we want where we wants until the cops show up
  • 1 1
 Brett, you are ignorant and an idiot, I don't have to know you.

Ridinfree...You are correct, it is the terms and conditions.

Brett...it's not an English class, you should have taken that already right? CAN YOU SPELL SHIT? Most people up there spelled brakes "breaks" as in to break something *A vase, glass, bone. Not the term to stop a moving vehicle using the brake. Brett, once again, you are an idiot. "...it's the internet..." It's your life if you want to be an idiot, by all means, I will make fun of you everytime I see you here.
  • 1 0
 then go ahead fine sir because i dont really give a shit about what you think of me. if you want to make fun of me because i spelled brake like break then go ahead, you really need a hobby
  • 1 0
 I need a hobby? How is this...


I don't even....
  • 2 0
 if you serioulsy want to sit there and make fun of someones grammar, you need to go ride your bike and think about your priorities
  • 1 0
 I do ride my bike. Your point? You are getting nowhere with this. I'm simply pointing out the fact that brakes are not spelled "Break" and the fact that you said "since when do bikers agree to terms and conditions man? we do what the f*ck we want where we wants until the cops show up" very stupid comment if you ask me.
  • 1 0
 haha ya that actually was pretty bad Razz i deserve to be chirped for that one
  • 1 0
 I got kicked out on my hookedonfonix class. Brett236 also got kicked out the same day I did.
  • 1 0
 ^^^ lol I knew that was going to happen for some reason! I love you weenies! So dependable. (predictable)
  • 2 0
 As long as we make a few smiles haha ratts might need a nap. Sorry we made you mad ratts. No intention in offending anyone with our bad splellin.
  • 1 0
 For sure man! I dig the comment about the wife above, I just told mine my new WC only cost me like 900 bucks! lol
That sh!t only works so much though, you have to pick your battles with that!
  • 1 0
 The weenies crack me up for sure though, and so easily offended. Lighten up! lol
  • 3 0
 Our frames are actually very competitive in weight, price, and are unbeatable in terms of strength as both the Cryptkeeper and Streetsweeper are 100% Post Weld Heat Treated (only two of the frames below are). So, to get some accurate information to everyone...we have listed the weights of the major companies below for you guys to compare:

NS Bikes-

Majesty: 4.8lbs
Suburban: 5.5 lbs
Capital: 5.2 lbs
Traffic: 5.8 lbs

Dobermann-

Mollose: 5.3 lbs
Pinscher: 5.4 lbs

Blk Mrkt-

MOB: 5.1 lbs (size small)
Malice: 5.7 lbs (21.5” TT)

Spank-

Tweet Tweet: 5.5 lbs (size small)

Dartmoor-

Cody: 4.6 lbs
Quinnie: 5.25 lbs

Transition-

TOP: 5.6 lbs

deity-

Cryptkeeper: 5.3 lbs (22.25" TT)
Streetsweeper: 5.3 lbs (22.25" TT)
  • 2 0
 Anyone that is not sold on your product is plain ignorant or they simply dont ride hard enough to comprehend strength and integrity of a frame. I would trade my Tweet in a heartbeat just to give one of these a go.
  • 1 0
 3 dartmoors or one Deity in a life time... Hmm tough choice..
  • 1 0
 why would you even want an aluminum frame when you can get a cro-mo frame. hate aluminum frame so much. sacrifice so much strength for less than a pound
  • 1 0
 Aluminum is strong, don't just start blabbing about it. Also, you would get an aluminum frame for weight, and other purposes.
  • 1 0
 Aluminum is strong but not even close to as strong as cro-mo. It also weighs abot 0.7 pounds less than the cryptkeeper and will snap or break much easier. the price isnt to much different and for a frame that will last you a lot longer its worth the price and the tiny bit of weight. what other advantages are there to riding aluminum other than the weight?
  • 2 0
 i cant wait till deity takes over!
  • 2 0
 Looks like a Kona shonky! HA!
  • 1 0
 exactly what i was thinking
  • 1 0
 Great looking product shots here guys. Killer subtle graphic treatments and the colors are fresh too. Nicely done.
  • 1 0
 when will you be able to get these i would like to have the yellow or pink one
  • 1 0
 Sadie go ahead and write me down for one. It's about time for a new sick frame.
  • 2 0
 nice!!!!!
  • 3 3
 I'd gladly take a dartmoor two6player or two4player over this. Cheaper, lighter, prooven.
  • 2 0
 Completely different style of frame, intended for completely different usage, and completely different markets...
  • 1 1
 Sorry my bad - Dartmoor Quinnie - still probably cheaper and prooven. Cody if you want better. Also - a lot of ppl do street/park on the two4player
  • 1 0
 quinnie's got nothing on the deitys above. Relative frame to the deitys would be a cody. Codys cheaper and lighter than the deity for a reason. The deity was built for strength, with expensive material and processing compared to the cody, simple as that.
  • 3 2
 Expensive material? Where do you have info about that? You only claim diety is better because its more expensive which is silly. Cody uses high quality tubing. Quinnie lower quality but is still a very good frame. The only reason diety is more expensive is because they decided to be. Their parts are catalog and they have no strong dj team while Cody was 6th at White style and riders on it Podium on the FMBs quite often. Its a bit more tested than a new frame few people have ridden. Imho diety is like a more expensive dartmoor thats a few years behind on parts and frames.
  • 1 1
 Its not difficult to see from reading above that the deitys a much more refined frame than the cody.. Codys are cheaper than other high end frames for a reason, quality. Dartmoor are all about lightweight cheap frames that appeal to the mass market, with a crazy range of colours etc... Deity are producing for a completely different clientelle. Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against dartmoor (I own one, and live basically next door to the UK distro), but the people who would purchase the deity frames would be getting a much better quality frame, for a lot more money of course. BUT, you get what you pay for at the end of the day. Smile
  • 2 2
 Your only argument is that diety is more expensive so it must be higher quality but its bs. Dartmoor is a polish company and a bigger company so they may allow themselves for smaller margins. Using your agument Nicolai Ion is lower Quality than an intense m9 even though Intense has had many quality problems in the future and Nicolai owns the best weldes in the business. Thats BS.

Also - if diety is higher quality because of the price. Compare Dartmoor Reflect and Diety Fantom = they are the same stem just different bar size = from the same catalog. So going by your logic diety is better only because it costs more? Even though its the same part? Thats Serious BS.

Unless you can give me real data that can support that the diety is really higher quality (give me the tubing) I dont belive it. Again - Dart is tested by top trier riders and lighter. What does Diety have over Dart besides Price? Shit I better dont buy a giant glory frame because for that price they must suck balls.
  • 1 1
 btw. read about price positioning. Its basic marketing. Thats basicly what they did to you with their price.
  • 7 1
 Spaced...

Please do us a favor and find our Fantom stem in a "catalog" to compare it to your Dartmoor stem. Your comments do not seem to hold any weight. From stating that we do not have a strong DJ team...we have some of the very best DJ riders in all of the USA with us...our frames will be retailing for $479 which is near to untouchable for a 100% post welded frame that does not have gloppy inconsistent welds dripping from the tubes...also, no offense to Dartmoor, but have you looked at their product line. A lot of it is from a catalog.

We have worked hard to move away from being that type of company and our products show it. I appreciate your devotion to Dartmoor, but we will see where our frames stand in the long run. We are not worried about it at all...why?....because they are just that good.

FYI...we prove our frames before we release them to the public and both of our frames have been tested for 2 years by some of the hardest riders. We cannot sell our frames for dirt cheap because they feature multiple expensive and complicated design production steps. A frame is not just a frame...there is a hell of a lot more to it.
  • 1 0
 ^This^ Like I said, i ride a dartmoor, and cant complain at its geo and weight, especially for the silly price they sell for. But I completely understand why the deity frames are more expensive than the quinnie you refer too. IMO though, I must admit that diety will probably suffer the biggest loss of sales due to the weight, even if it was only just under 5lb you would probably get a lot more interest from those general riders who want the best in everything... BUT, as dietyusa have stated below, their aim was pure strength from the start, and this is something that will sell in good numbers due to that. I wish I wasn't such a weight weenie Razz
  • 4 0
 Our frames are actually very competitive in weight, price, and are unbeatable in terms of strength as both the Cryptkeeper and Streetsweeper are 100% Post Weld Heat Treated (only two of the frames below are). So, to get some accurate information to everyone...we have listed the weights of the major companies below for you guys to compare:

NS Bikes-

Majesty: 4.8lbs
Suburban: 5.5 lbs
Capital: 5.2 lbs
Traffic: 5.8 lbs

Dobermann-

Mollose: 5.3 lbs
Pinscher: 5.4 lbs

Blk Mrkt-

MOB: 5.1 lbs (size small)
Malice: 5.7 lbs (21.5” TT)

Spank-

Tweet Tweet: 5.5 lbs (size small)

Dartmoor-

Cody: 4.6 lbs
Quinnie: 5.25 lbs

Transition-

TOP: 5.6 lbs

deity-

Cryptkeeper: 5.3 lbs (22.25" TT)
Streetsweeper: 5.3 lbs (22.25" TT)
  • 1 0
 Your right about 97% of this Eric D. I admit- It IS respectably light, and really it is the Build of Components that will make it super light when riding. We respect your opinion. ......I have several Deity parts, on my several bikes. I have some more Q&A - if your still answering:

So what is the warranty length on the frames?

Im curious to know who on the Deity Team is gonna be making the "Street Video / Edit" for you on the Sweeper this summer?? Most of your guys are Dirt jumpers.

IMO- 85% of your frames will be bought in the Black colour Smile
  • 1 0
 Actually- ........you should get Taylor Sage to do the Street Edit..........you KNOW he needs the exercise
  • 1 0
 This was literally the most entertaining argument i have eve had the pleasure of viewing. I just have a few things to say to all the people complaining about price and weight. Less weight equals less strength which has been proven with the numerous cracked majesties and dartmoors ( ghetto, two6player ) floating around. I got nothing against Dartmoor but ive seen alot of there parts destroyed after only a few months of use. This frame is a perfect weight if you ask me and judging from the welds, overall quality that this frame presents, and not to mention the very resonable price, This is an A class frame compared to most of the other stuff on the market. Also it's the first frame Generation. When have you ever seen a company nail quality, Geo, and style on there FIRST Gen. Never. Ns has changed the majesty Geo three times in three years. Dartmoor failed to realize the ghetto Geo was flawed and had major rubbing issues with forks. The first couple versions of the two6 and two4 had major strength issues and had headtubes popping off and frames literally cracking in half. Dobs even had issues. Gyro tabs yet no rear brake lugs on the molosse. And as Deity stated have you ever seen such clean and strong looking welds on any other frame? No.and when I said reasonable price, that was an understatement. 2011 ghettos are 579 can. The majesty is over 600 and Dobs are in the 500s . I think Deity has made a masterpiece here. And there sales will prove it.
  • 1 0
 Oh and stop complaining about the dam font. It may be slightly overused but it looks clean and simple. Take it off if you dont like it.
  • 1 0
 Also, sorry for the negative props to spaced. Dam iPod..
  • 1 0
 I wonder how much they are gonna be?
  • 1 0
 We will be retailing both the Cryptkeeper and Streetsweeper for $479 which is tough to beat for a full 100% Post Weld Heat Treated frame...
  • 1 0
 DAFONT.COM LOGO'S! YOOOOOOO! MAD CREATIVE SON!
  • 1 0
 anyone know what retail is gonna be on this and the Cryptkeeper?
  • 1 0
 They will be retailing for $479...
  • 1 0
 Looks nice, reminds me of the brooklyn machine works street sweeper.
  • 1 0
 nice~ i like !
  • 1 0
 georgeus!
  • 1 0
 Beautiful Welds!
  • 1 0
 Looks so clean
  • 1 0
 so nice .
  • 1 0
 sick
  • 1 0
 super sexy frame
  • 1 0
 HOLY KUNT PUNT!!!
  • 1 2
 Deity should make Full suspension frame.
  • 1 1
 dartmoor much ?
  • 1 0
 You are a fool. Dartmoor has nothing on these. Unless your just hoping curbs ..
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