Setups: Ethan Corriere
And His FIT Savage
15 May 2018
Photos by Jason 'Fooman' Colledge / 4DOWN
Ethan Corriere ventured across the pond for the recent FIT trip through England and came loaded up with a fresh new FIT setup. Running the new age system with super low PSI, guard sprocket, coaster and all the pegs, this is a vape-trailing street machine. Get your eyes round his current setup and the video from their week in London below...
Frame: FIT Savage
Forks: FIT Shiv v3
Bars: FIT Vandal
Grips: FIT tech
Chain: Shadow or something...
Chainring: Does that mean sprocket? I've got the FIT Keyguard.
Pegs: Merritt Begin pegs
Wheels: GSPORT ribcage rims
Front Hub: Merritt
Rear hub: Merritt coaster
Seat: FIT café
Seat clamp: Integrated baby
Stem: FIT high top
Tyres: FIT FAF 2.3
Headset: I don't know...
Pedals: Merritt p1
How is this set up specific to your riding needs?
Very specific. The combination of parts and swag makes it perfect for me.
Any special mods?
Not really. Sometimes i'll add some paint or throw one white wall tire on. The only real one is the headset spacer above the stem.
What's the deal with that spacer on your stem?
Well I have this fear that one day I will want to raise my bars, so I’m too scared to cut my forks down. And it looks sick as fuck.
What are you most particular about on your bike?
Air pressure has to be right around 35 psi or I loose my mind. Oh and I fuckin' hate when my back wheel isn’t straight in the dropouts.
Which parts do you go through the most?
Definitely pedals from doing crank arms. Also I rip a lot of tires cause they fold every time I land.
How often do you work on your bike? Are you a bike maintenance type of guy?
Does changing tubes count?
"The combination of parts and swag makes it perfect for me."
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