Guy Scroggie brightening up the streets of Glasgow with a new 2021 ALVX AF frame in the flat trans limeade colourway nicely matched with a pair of white Donnastreets and some fresh kicks. Read on for a few words from Guy about his new setup...
Guy's ALVX AF Setup:
|Frame||:||Trans Limeade 21" BSD ALVX AF frame|
|Bars||:||Flat Raw BSD Leezus bars in 1" OS|
|Grips||:||Black BSD Leezus Handles|
|Bar Ends||:||Black BSD Forever bar ends|
|Stem||:||Black BSD 1" OS Levelled stem|
|Headset||:||Substance Integrated headset|
|Forks||:||Flat Black BSD Jonesin' Fork|
|Sprocket||:||Black 25 tooth BSD Jonesin' Sprocket|
|Cranks||:||Flat Black BSD Substance XL cranks 165mm|
|Pedals||:||Black BSD Jonesin' pedals|
|Chain||:||Black BSD 1991 halflink chain|
|Rear Hub||:||Black BSD Revolution Hub with Jersey Barrier hubguards|
|Rear Tire||:||White BSD Donnastreet tire 2.3″|
|Rear Rim||:||Black BSD XLT rim|
|Front Hub||:||Black BSD Front Street Pro hub with Jersey Barrier hubguards|
|Front Tire||:||White BSD Donnastreet tire 2.4″|
|Front Rim||:||Black BSD NASA rim|
|Pegs||:||BSD Rude Tube XL LT V2 pegs|
|Seat||:||Fat black BSD Acid Flashback Seat|
|Seat Post||:||Black BSD Blitzed post|
A FEW WORDS FROM GUY ABOUT HIS SETUP:
"I changed to a 21" ALVX frame after growing a bit over the year and the 20.8" was getting a little small for me, the 21" feels perfect with the top tube being longer so I feel more comfortable riding around but it still has the same short backend for technical tricks.
I chose the limeade colourway because I felt it was the perfect one to set up at this time of year and I haven't rode as funky a colour before. I love the way it stands out and is different to most set ups I've had in the past, especially switching it up with the white tyres that go really well with the white stickers on the frame.
I run a 2.4" tyre on the front and a 2.3" tyre on the back, its just what I have been used to as I have rode these different sizes on my setups for a few years now. The bigger tyre on the front just looks so flush and I use the smaller on the back for more clearance.
I've been riding the new Revolution hub for a good few months now and I honestly could not ask for a better hub. I've changed back and forth between a coaster to cassette over the years and this is the perfect answer between the two. With the Revolution hub being so light like a cassette it helps with my riding all round and having no pedal gap feels so smooth with pedalling around. I have always preferred coasting than having to pedal back but I like the way the cassette feels with cycling so the Revolution is the one! "
I have been riding the new Revolution hub for a good few months now and I honestly could not ask for a better hub...
the 21" feels perfect with the top tube being longer so I feel more comfortable with cycling but it still has the same short backend for technical tricks...