S&M only made 14 of these limited edition camo powder coated C.C.R. frames, so if you want one you should immediately get your ass over to the S&M store!
No trails in this edit of the Credence Crew’s voyage to Puerto Rico, but that doesn’t mean I’m not stoked on it! Though I could have done without seeing as much of Nutter as I did at the end.
New bike time for Clint Reynolds is a little different than new bike time for most people. Rather than starting with a new frame and going from there, Clint starts with the tubes to make a frame. He recently welded himself up a new C.C.R. and S&M put together this slideshow to show it off. I’m loving the DIY camo paint job!
I was really hoping to get to ride with Clint this week but unfortunately the weather had other plans. Being stuck inside for almost a week did make me remember his Anthem Declassified though.
Despite my thoughts on them, big ass tires are ever becoming more and more popular. They’ve grown to the point that frames and forks can’t even accommodate them. Enter S&M’s new Widemouth Pitchfork. It has many of the same attributes as a normal Pitchfork XLT but with a shape that lets you run whatever Hindenburg-esque tire your heart desires. They also did some stuff to the dropouts and bottom of the legs to make them peg/grind friendly, but we don’t give a fuck about that now do we? You can check out all the pertinent specs in the flip book above.
Clint and Matty take advantage of a couple of abandoned Vegas pools to show off the new Credence Turtleneck stem. How good does that anodized army green color look!? You can get these things now from your favorite shop, mailorder, or directly from S&M’s store!