Setups: Sean Ricany's Cult SOS
The bike change that got everyone talking
25 Mar 2016
Photos by Robbie Morales
Sean Ricany has always been a hot topic in BMX and when his recent switch to Cult became public knowledge the internet was buzzing with chat about it. Then his incredible Welcome to Cult video dropped which lived up to all the high expectations and more. Well, today we've got a closer look at the day he built up his new setup with that Cult SOS frame and took it for a test blast at Brookhurst park.
Frame: Cult SOS 20.75tt
Bars: Cult AK bars 9"
Grips: S&M Hoder
Stem: Cult Salvation V2
Seat/post: Cult Tri-pod post and Dak Trip-od seat
Forks: Cult Sect V2
Cranks: Cult OS 170mm
Pedals: Cult Dak Pedals
Sprocket: Cult OS Guard Sprocket 25T
Pegs: Cult Butter
Front wheel: Cult Match
Back wheel: Cult Match Coaster
Tires: Cult Dehart 2.35 front and rear
"sometimes I get lazy with keeping my wheels trued but other than that I keep it tight. "
Everything, I just love how the bike feels as a whole.
I usually cut my cars down about half inch on each side, to 28', other than that I ride everything as it comes!
How are you with bike maintenance?
I am usually pretty on top of keeping my bike dialled, sometimes I get lazy with keeping my wheels trued but other than that I keep it tight.
What do you like riding these days?
I honestly can ride a good flat bar, flat ledge or manual pad for hours and hours on end, lately I've been playing around at the skatepark a bunch as well. I really just enjoy being on my bike no matter what I'm riding.
Plans for 2016?
To maintain everyday. Cheers.
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