Least Most

Focused on bikes, music, art, adventure and the overall pursuit of good times.

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Least Most Staff Writer, Tony Foresta is currently on tour with Municipal Waste. Check their space for tour dates, and this photo of the tour bus getting searched in Tennessee!

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Aventuras en Puerto Rico

Garrett Guilliams & Eric Hennessey travel to Puerto Rico

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The Shit Show episode 2

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From the Forum

More from Cottle in the Forum…

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Crenshaw Mafia

Mcgoo, of Biltwell, Chop Cult, and Snafu fame sent over this press release, about some big wheeled hellride bikes…-


Steady lurkers on the SNAFU Facebook and website have no doubt seen my rambling tomes to all things new, improved and high-tech.

Well, this July I will be heading to Taiwan to inspect production on SNAFU’s Crenshaw and Hawthorne UDJ MTB’s, our humble brand’s first foray into full-stop bikes for full-sized riders. As fun bikes go, I’m as proud of these machines as any in my career. Erik Westergaard at Bulletproof Concepts and SNAFU MTB pro Mike Montgomery provided invaluable input during both bikes’ development, and we couldn’t have created these machines without them. Thanks, gentlemen.

The MSRP $1,299 SNAFU Crenshaw and $999 Hawthorne UDJ MTB’s are built on the same SNAFU Crenshaw Project frame.

This chassis features small-diameter straight-gauge 4130 chromoly tubing with an externally butted seat mast, butted and tapered rear stays and a CNC-machined 4130 chromoly head tube for integrated headsets. Braze-ons include removable T/T cable guide/stops leading to a set of removable U-brake bosses on the underside of the seatstays, plus the standard battery of hydro cable guides leading to the rear disk caliper mounts on the left rear dropout. Said dropouts are laser-cut 6mm 4130 chromoly. The weight of the frame only is 2.69k/5.8 lb. This is a laudible accomplishment for a full-featured rigid freeride MTB frame.

In a nod to SNAFU’s freestyle roots, the Crenshaw Project frame also features removable cable stops on the head tube for setting the bike up with a cable detangler. This is in fact how the Crenshaw complete bike comes stock, and SNAFU’s C-lever, Mobeus detanlger and UDJ-specific top and bottom AstroGlide cables control the Tektro Lyra mechanical rear disk brake. The SNAFU Crenshaw is the first complete UDJ MTB to come equipped with proven SNAFU freestyle brake accessories, and this spec makes the Crenshaw superbly well suited for progressive trail and street riding.

No conversation about handling and performance would be complete without mentioning geometry. The Crenshaw Project frame measures up as follows:

T/T length – 22.5″
H/T angle = 72°
S/M angle = 72°
BB height (center to ground with 457mm long/3″ travel fork) = 12.75″
Chainstay length (center to center) = 15.5″
Wheelbase = 40.125″

The combination of a short rear end, spacious front compartment and steep head angle, comparatively speaking, makes the Crenshaw and its stablemate a balanced bike for manuals and an able carver on trails and tarmac. In short, it handles like a oversized BMX machine, which in the age of brakeless bikes with one-inch-long seatposts isn’t a bad thing.

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Hand Job

Zack Gerber- parking lot swap meaty paw!
Cruise over to FBM to see some wild weekend pics…

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The Ergs

Holy Shit is there nothing the Ergs couldn’t do. 5 fast pissed as shit hardcore songs that school 80% of the bands out there. These songs came from a secret vault of never released Ergs stuff that had been recorded over the years with some of it being 7 years old, hopefully they release Ergs Ready to Die next. Fans of the Ergs Catalog and early 80’s hardcore should pick up this record.- Curtis Grimstead

The Ergs
Trash Compactor 7″
Grave Mistake 2010

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In Photos: Birth of Big Air – NYC Premiere

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From the web

Jared Souney has a pretty strong background, in photography, BMX and design, This pic of Snotty is poached off his Site, and you can find a lot more awesomeness over there, check it out!

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Orchid 100th Shoe Party

Orchid Footwear recently threw a party to celebrate their 100th shoe release. Derek Adams rounded up an amazing display of Orchid shoes including samples and some one-offs for the occasion.

Orchid’s spring line just hit shops, so do yourself a favor and pick up a pair or two and support one of the most kick ass companies in bmx.

Check out some photos of the festivities brought to you by Bob Myers, Anthony Seal, and Aaron Buckley.

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From the Forum

The boys from Florida….
Joey J. and Mike Cottle.

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Check out FBM for more.

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