Stevie Bike Check

Brian | 06.1.11


While Stevie was out in Boston I shot a quick bike check and asked him a few questions. Check it out after the jump!

Name: Stevie Churchill
Age: 17
Where are you from? I was born in Florida, but was raised in Terryville, CT.

Uprail whip.

What has been going on lately? I have been riding a lot lately, mostly my local park. I’m on this trip to Boston and a couple months ago I spent some time in Cali. Its been mad fun I’m psyched to be riding outside.
Any big plans this year? I just want to keep riding. We are going to go on some trips this year and film a volume video so I am really excited for that.
Uprail switchwhip

So tell us about your setup. Ok
Bars: Demolition Suburban bars
Forks: Volume Black Mamba
Stem: Demolition Stealth Stem

Frame: Volume Drifter 20.4
Front Wheel: Demolition Phantom Hub inner laced to a Demolition Zero Rim with hub guards
Back Wheel: Demolition Rouge LHD laced to a Zero Rim and a hub guard

Chain: Shadow half link
Cranks: Demolition Revolt’s 165′s and a Demo BB
Sprocket: Demolition F1 spline drive 28t

Pedals: Demolition plastics
Seat: Demolition fat seat
Seat Post: Animal Wedge post
Tires: Demolition Momentum 2.35 on the front and back
Pegs: 4 animal OG pegs
I know its sick!
Any shout outs? Shout out to Volume, Demolition, DC Shoes, Index ink, SharkAttack, TJD. Shout out to all my friends and family for motivating me, Chris Long and Brian Castillo for always helping me and hooking me up, Jeff Martin for always being there for me and getting me into riding, and Jeff Dupaul for everything he does to help me out. Shout out to everyone, thank you all!
I told Stevie to give me tiger, and this is what I got.

25 Responses to Stevie Bike Check

  1. zach marin says:

    hey, i was just wondering how tall you are and what difference it makes riding smaller cranks becous im a short ass 16 year old thats 5’2 and i dont know if i should swith from 175 to 170 or 165?
    if you could help it would be much appreciated…thanks(stevie you ar a beast)

    • Brian says:

      Stevie is around 5’6″ or so (I’m guessing). The standard has always been 175 in BMX. Shorter cranks allow more clearance but but isn’t exactly a good decision if you’re riding your bike long distances. It’s really personal preference.

    • cole Mundy says:

      only get 165mm if u run 4 pegs like him. so ur foot doesnt get caught on maunuals and hops and rollbacks

      • mike valentine says:

        no the reason people ride smaller cranks is because they make you spin faster. if you had longer cranks they still wouldnt catch on ledges.

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  4. Andy Vandy says:

    It doesn’t look like that sprocket is a 28.

  5. josh says:

    well, apart from more clearance i assume its fractionally lighter, the shorter distance means less leverage (harder to pedal) but stronger, and also it moves the feet closer to the bb so its a little more stable and possible easier to whip.

  6. gabe says:

    i got tht frame nowwwwwwwwww

  7. jack says:

    does anyone know what kind of green that is if so please let me know asap !

  8. jon says:

    what size did he cut his bars to?

  9. tony says:

    well i noticed he rides the couger bars in the game of bike, and there 30 wide and for him they would look huuge but they looked trimmed down,

  10. Cameron says:

    Is it possible to still buy this frame, in this color? I’ve been looking for it like crazy but can’t find it

  11. Matt says:

    Do you know the first pro team He join and the date he joined them, lol need it for a school assignment

    • Brian says:

      First team he joined was Index clothing I believe. Sorry, we don’t know when he joined their team though. You’ll have to email them direct. Thanks.

  12. Matt says:

    Ok cool, well when did he join volume?

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