Aluminum mountain bike frames aren’t labeled as a mainly dirt jump anymore. More and more riders around the globe use Alu frames for an amazing bike builds that are home at streets, parks or dirt jumps! Niklas’s sweet dialed Canyon Stitched 360 is one of them! Let’s take a closer look at this sweet looking beastie! Rider – @niklasmtb

 

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when I ask you for “short description of your bike”?

The fun machine. I have always good times on my bike with a lot of nice people.

Do you have any favorite setup or bike part that you always use, for a new bike build?

I ride always the maximum on psi on my fork, I like it hard haha.

Are you able to choose one part, product or its feature that really surprised you and improved your feeling of riding your bike?

My handlebar, I really like the hight of my bar.

Do you build your bike, let say more universal or do you focus on a one “discipline” (dirt, park or street) and build it that way?

I think my bike is more for skatepark riding because of no brakes.

 

 

MAIN

Frame: Canyon Stitched 360
Fork: Fox 36 Float R

Handlebars: NS Bikes Proof 740mm
Stem: NS Bikes Quark Pro
Grips: ODI Longneck soft
Headset: Cane Creek 40

Seat: Federal Camo Pivotal
Seatpost: Kartell Pivotal

 

 

PEDALING

Cranks: Beddo Thrust
Chain: Shadow Interlock
Sprocket: WeThePeople 25t
Mid: Odyssey Euro BB

 

 

WHEELS

Front

Hub: Atomlab
Rim: Spank Subrosa
Tire: Continental Race King Supersonic 2.2

Rear

Hub: Atomlab
Rim: Spank Subrosa
Tire: Maxxis Dth 2.3

 

Brake: Brakeless
Weight: Around 10 kg