We headed to the local DIY with Grant Yoobie for a pre street ride warm up and on a day where the only thing shining brighter than the sun might be Yoobie's signature smile, we grabbed this bike check with him and his new BSD setup. Grant had just built up a new Jonesin' frame in apricot and matched up the colourway perfectly with the Brown 'n' Out Grime seat and copper swirl Grime grips. Check it out below...
Grant's Jonesin' Frame Setup:
|Frame||:||Apricot 21" BSD Jonesin' frame|
|Bars||:||Black BSD Leezus bars in 1" OS|
|Grips||:||Copper Swirl BSD Grime Grips|
|Stem||:||Black BSD 1" OS Stacked stem|
|Headset||:||Black BSD Integrated headset|
|Forks||:||Black BSD Jonesin' Fork|
|Sprocket||:||Black 25 tooth BSD Guard Sprocket|
|Cranks||:||Flat Black BSD Substance XL V2 cranks 165mm|
|Pedals||:||Black BSD Safari pedals|
|Chain||:||Black BSD 1991 halflink chain|
|Rear Hub||:||Black BSD Back Street Pro Hub|
|Rear Tire||:||Black BSD Donnastreet tire 2.4″|
|Rear Rim||:||Black BSD NASA rim|
|Front Hub||:||Black BSD Front Street Pro hub|
|Front Tire||:||Black BSD Donnastreet tire 2.4″|
|Front Rim||:||Black BSD NASA rim|
|Pegs||:||BSD XL RudeTube LT V2 pegs|
|Seat||:||Brown 'n' Out BSD Grime Seat|
|Seat Post||:||Black BSD Blitzed post|
A FEW WORDS FROM YOOBIE ABOUT HIS SETUP:
"I wanted a frame that could do everything so I am currently riding the Jonesin' with a 21” top tube. It has a short enough back end at 12.7-13.2" to feel springy but also stable when boosting gaps and riding transition. And with the steeper 76˚ head tube and the steeper 22mm offset on the Jonesin’ Forks its perfect for front wheel balance and spinning fast. I love this combo for versatility in riding anything that comes at me.
I choose to keep a cassette under me, I just love the snappiness and type of control I get. The Grime Grips have been my favorite grips so far and add in the Safari pedals and NASA wheels, you’ve got my favorite setup yet! This thing is a tank and the Apricot color way is very eye catching with all black, I love this thing.
Tested this bad boy out with almost the whole BSD squad in Scotland when I visited this September. It was an honor meeting and riding with the rest of the team out there. There is so much talent in those dudes and I'm thankful to be a part of this movement we’ve got going... Cheers! "
I choose to keep a cassette under me, I just love the snappiness and type of control I get...
a short enough back end to feel springy but also stable when boosting gaps...