Mutiny – Dylan Lewis Death Grip Frame Promo

Usually I would tell you to skip through the concrete stuff at the beginning so you could get straight to the trails, but not this time! Watching Dylan blast bowls is just as enjoyable as watching him go to the moon at the trails. He does a bit of both in this promo for his signature Mutiny Death Grip frame, so hit play and let it run through.

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Villij Dayz

If you watch one thing today make sure it’s this! Any footage that comes from Villij is guaranteed to be a treat, and this edit that Tom Cambridge produced for Mutiny and DIG is no different. With not only Robbo in it, but Matt Roe and Dylan Lewis as well, it’s without a doubt my favorite Villij edit to date!

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2017 Mutiny Villij Frame Available Now

Robbo’s signature Villij frame has been a staple in Mutiny’s line for quite some time now. The 2017 version retains the same geometry as the past model but has been polished up a bit with some new features. Fresh graphics, a cool gray colorway, a taller 125mm heat treated offset thickness head tube, embossed Mutiny logos, an integrated seat clamp and a horizontally slotted seat tube for better clamping power make this the most refined Villij frame to date. They’re available now from your favorite Mutiny dealer, or straight from their web store. Hit the jump for pics and specs!

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Mutiny – Dylan Lewis Signature Death Grip Frame Available Now

Dylan Lewis’ highly anticipated signature “Death Grip” frame from Mutiny is finally available! It comes in 21.3″, 21.6″ or 21.8″ top tube lengths, and features a tall 125mm heat treated offset thickness head tube to compliment those big boy sizes. A 13.7″ slammed rear end with half an inch of adjustment ensures you won’t loop out if you come in a little tail heavy, and 6mm dropouts with integrated chain tensioners keep your wheel right where you put it. Subtle graphics and small details like embossed Mutiny logos on the gussets and seatstay bridge bring the whole thing together to…

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Get Well Robbo!

First and foremost before anything else today, we have to send a big get well out to Robbo. In case you didn’t know already, he’s in the hospital recovering after falling off of a 40 foot cliff. Though he’s pretty banged up and had to have surgery on his back, he’s already astonishing the doctors with his progress so far. Make sure you keep him in your thoughts and send some positive vibes his way. You can also leave him some words of encouragement on his Instagram page. Pic borrowed from Mutiny

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Sneak Peek: 2017 Mutiny Villij Frame

OK, here’s a sneak peek that’s not actually a joke! Above we have the new 2017 Mutiny Villij frame that will be out in October. As per Robbo’s request, the geometry remains exactly the same as the previous model. The 2017 has been refined though with a new custom seatstay bridge featuring the Mutiny logo, a new top tube with a thicker butting profile at the seat tube, and a t-slot on that seat tube to improve clamping. Let us not forget to mention those fresh new graphics and gray colorway! Scroll down for a close up pic and one…

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2016 Trails Frame Buyers Guide

We as trail riders have a slight tendency to ride frames and parts a lot longer than we really should. It’s nothing for someone to show up in the woods still rocking a frame with an American bottom bracket and press fit headset, (Shawn Shoener, I’m looking in your direction). The thing about it is that both frames and parts really should be replaced every a few years. No one wants to find themselves in a twisted ball of metal and flesh because something catastrophically failed due to fatigue. Take a second to think about the forces and stress that…

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Sneak Peek: Mutiny Villij Bars

Looks like Robbo is going to have a set of signature Mutiny bars to go along with his Villij frame. This picture along with some specs popped up on his Instagram just a couple of hours ago. No word on the exact release date yet, but it will be “soon” according to him. As far as the specs go, 8.7″ of rise, 12° of backsweep, 1° of upsweep, a crossbar height of 6.25″ and crossbar width of 11″ are what we know so far!

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Sneak Peek: Mutiny – Dylan Lewis Signature Death Grip Frame

Both Dylan Lewis and Mutiny have hinted that there would be a signature frame forthcoming after his bump up to the pro team. You may have even gotten a few glimpses of it if you happen to follow Dylan on Instagram. Mutiny just dropped this studio shot as well as the official specs, and it’s looking damn good! With 21.3″ being the smallest top tube size, and it going all the way up to 21.8″, this is a frame that you taller folks might want to take a gander at. It also features a taller 125mm head tube and a…

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