2015 BIKE CHECK
Frame: 2015 NS Decade
Fork: Argyle RCT
Bars: Chromag Fubar
Headset: Octane one
Pedals: Chromag Contact
Cranks: Truvativ Stylo
Bottom Bracket: Truvativ
Chain: Octane one
Seat: Chromag overture
Tires: Bontrager G Zero
Front Hub: NS Rotary
Front Rim: NS Enigma
Rear Hub: NS Rotary
Rear Rim: NS Enigma
Brakes: Shimano Deore
I run electrical tape around my non-drive side crank to help keep the cranks from spinning.Why do you ride that particular frame?
After riding a NS Majesty for years, I thought it would be cool to go back to an aluminum dirt jump bike and the Decade was a perfect fit as the Geo is so similar to the Majesty dirt.Your impressions on your new ride?
I have ridden this frame since late last year, and it has been bomb proof. The frame is just as strong as the majesty I had in the past, with a little bit less weight!Concerned about your bike weight? You know how much it weighs?
Not overly concerned, i think it weighs in right around 25 pounds or so.How’s life outside of biking? Do you go to school? What kind of work do you do?
Life outside of biking is rad! I'm currently going to college for Marketing. I also work full time as co-owner of 6ixSigma Productions
which is a video production company.What are your highlights from this summer?
Highlights from the summer would probably be the trip to Rossland and Fernie, BC to ride a couple of FMB contests. This summer was easily one of the best I have ever had with tons of biking trips and plenty of good times in general!Best way people can keep up with you?
Twitter? @glennkinggDo you have any shout outs or thanks?
Shout out to Griffin Paulson for having such a rad yard to ride all summer long, Ruckus Skis Boards & Bikes for keeping my bikes dialed, and of course the dudes at Lama/NS for all the support!