The Rise Partymaster Frame Now Available!

Feb 25, 2016 at 9:42
by The Rise  
The Rise Partymaster Frame

After making a name for themselves in the Freestyle MTB scene over the last eight years, The Rise is proud to introduce the Partymaster; a freestyle MTB frame proudly Handmade in Canada! Secretly tested over the last two years by professional riders; Matt Macduff and Michel Plonka, the Partymaster is more than ready to satisfy any rider’s needs.

While riding for various bicycle companies over the last 10 years, The Rise crew felt like there was disconnection within the industry and the riders, and they felt they had to do something about it. While big companies have little interest invested in riders who aren’t participating in competitions. The Rise always has, and always will be a people’s community, dedicated rather to displaying the fun aspect of biking, and the community behind it, all the while keeping the younger generation motivated to simply get out and have a good time. As of 2016, The Rise is proud to kick off the season as a bicycle company still guided by that very same mentality.

The Rise Partymaster Frame

Since it was really important for The Rise to have their frames made locally by passionate people they could trust, the Partymaster frame is proudly Handmade in Canada by long-time friends at Altruiste Bikes. With over 10 years of frame building experience, Altruiste’s quality of craftsmanship combined with meticulous attention to detail makes each frame a real piece of art, and that’s exactly what a bicycle should be. The Partymaster frame is made of High-Quality American-Made chromoly tubing from TrueTemper. Since each frame is lovingly made individually by hand, they control the entire production process, from the cutting of the tubing to welding. Having the tubing fit perfectly together and painstakingly precise welding further augments the overall durability of the frame.

When designing the Partymaster frame, The Rise crew sat down to brainstorm about what matters the most on a good frame, and surprisingly, everyone was on the same page: long top tube, short chain stays and a lot of tire clearance. They wanted a bike that would be light, strong, and versatile enough to ride anything from curbs to 50-foot jumps, and they nailed it! The machined 44mm Headtube offers the option to use either straight or tapered steer tube forks. The frame uses a Mid Bottom Bracket, which is the strongest, cheapest and most reliable BB option on the market. It has a rear wheel spacing of 135X10mm with IS disc brake mounts which allows you to choose from a wide selection of hubs while keeping the rear end extremely stiff. A long 22.7" top tube makes the bike particularly stable at high speed while short 14.8" chainstays keep the bike responsive for the most technical riding. To make it simple; The Partymaster is one of the strongest and most versatile Freestyle MTB frames available.

The Rise Partymaster Frame

Geometry

*Based on 470mm A2C Fork
Head angle: 70.2°
Seat tube angle: 70.7°
BB drop: -5.1mm
Chainstays length: 377.5mm/14.8”
Top Tube C to C: 577mm/22.7”
Reach: 422.2mm/16.6”
Stack: 531.9mm/20.9”
Wheelbase: 1035.4mm/44.7”
Headtube length: 105mm/4.1”
Seat tube length: 305mm/12”
BB height: 345.1mm/13.6”
Standover (mid-tt): 739.2mm/29.1”

The Rise Partymaster Frame

Specifications

- BB type: 73mm Mid BB
- Seat Tube Diameter: 27.2mm
- Integrated Seat Clamp
- Rear Wheel Spacing: 135 X 10mm
- IS Disc Brake mounts or Brakeless
- Headtube Type: ZS 44mm
- Compatible with 1 1/8” and Tapered steertubes
- Tire Clearance: 2.4" (slammed)
- Weight: 5.2 lbs / 2.35 kg
- MSRP: $650 CAD

The Rise Partymaster Frame


The Partymaster is now available for pre-orders in Canada and the USA exclusively through The Rise’s Online Shop. The Rise is currently looking for distributors and resellers around the globe, feel free to Contact Them for more information.

The Rise is a rider founded, owned and operated bicycle company based in Montreal, Canada. Follow The Rise to stay up to date with their activities!


MENTIONS: @the-rise




21 Comments

  • 8 1
 Altruiste + The Rise? Pretty much the return of Dobermann under a new name. Geo looks tight as well! I like it!! Beer
  • 3 1
 This should probably be posted in a forum, but if I run this with a really long seat tube, will the frame be able to handle the force on the seat post tube. I want a gangster hardtail that I can switch seat posts on to ride dirt jumps and "commute" on.
  • 5 0
 Usually, the seatpost minimum insertion rule is to have a least 2" of seatpost below the Toptube junction. But depending on your weight, how tall you are and what kind of "commuting" you do, we can`t really rely on this rule, especially on a small frame like this one. In an ideal world, you would want to have as much Seatpost lenght as possible inserted in the Seattube to keep everything stiff and safe. So basically, you will be fine unless you weight over 300 lbs and have 2 meter-long legs.
  • 1 0
 Awesome thanks for the reply!
  • 1 0
 dropper post maybe?
  • 4 0
 Yess!! Made my day! Lama Cycles should definitely be a distributor.
  • 1 0
 I kinda doubt they would. all their eggs are already in the NS bikes basket. From a retailer stand point I'd hope they didn't as well cause they tend to give territorial exclusive and they don't tend to sell to employees who dont work at that dealer. this frame doesn't really fit my needs (bmx spacing, durability to deal with pegs ect) but I'd hope they went with another distro for canada atleast.
  • 5 0
 @nwthumbs you are correct, we are very invested in NS bikes and Octane one, so bringing on an other frame-only brand might not make sense for Lama Cycles. This being said, The Rise and the entire crew behind the making/promotion of this frame represent what street/park/dj riding is all about. We all work together to promote the sport and half of those guys are or were riding for Lama/NS at one point. It's all a big family.

As far as staff deals for NS frames go, we do offer them to non-stocking dealers, you just don't get the full discount (obviously) but we do chop the price down for you. Hit us up.
  • 1 0
 Oh really i wasn't aware of this @LamaCycles . May hit you guys up for a fork and bar soon. Salute
  • 3 0
 I'd love to see a picture of the bike built up! Let's see a Macduff bike check.
  • 1 0
 review bazoooooka
  • 2 1
 650$ really?! Pretty expensive...
But still this frame is the shit, and of course it's kinda custom made. When I could choose a streetframe this would be the one!
  • 3 0
 pretty on par with the rest of the premium DJ / street frames tbh. decently cheap when a custom frame straight from Altruist is about 750-1k.
  • 2 0
 Keep in mind it is 650$ Canadian dollars, not American. There is a huge different between the 2 currencies right now.
  • 2 0
 Why can't I fave this article?? Geometry is exactly what I've been looking for!
  • 1 0
 looks awesome! i will sooner become the only owner of the party master in the whole china. happy day!!
  • 1 0
 Typo on the wheelbase value: it is NOT 1135.4mm.

It should say 1035.4mm
  • 2 0
 The correction was made, thanks for pointing that out!
  • 1 0
 I dig !!!! Gabo you rock dude !!!!
  • 1 0
 So stoked to se this thing finally released!!
  • 1 0
 Will it fit me I'd I'm 5'7

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