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What I Ride – Pat Casey

Pat Casey‘s Mongoose and Demolition build is simple and clean, with two pegs and a coaster. Peep the details that Pat’s ramp/dirt machine is comprised of.

Height: 5′ 9″
Weight: 170 lbs.
Location: Riverside, CA
Sponsors: Monster, Mongoose, Fox, Vans, Ethika, Bell, Demolition

What I Ride - Pat Casey

Frame: Mongoose, 20.75" TT
Fork: Demolition Maiden 
Bars: Demolition Rig, 9.25"
Stem: Demolition Brace
Grips: ODI Soft
Headset: Demolition V2
Seatpost: Demolition Tripod
Seat: Demolition Markit Tripod
Pedals: Demolition Trooper plastic
Cranks: Demolition Rig, 175mm
Sprocket: Demolition Mugatu, 28-tooth
Chain: Primo half-link
Front Tire: Demolition Momentum, 2.35"
Front Wheel: Demolition Zero rim, Ghost hub
Rear Tire: Demolition Momentum, 2.35"
Rear Wheel: Demolition Zero rim, Rotator hub
Pegs: Demolition Bipolar, plastics

Your frame color is sick, what's it called? Is that a custom or something Mongoose is doing?
Thanks, it’s a custom color. I wanted a blue frame and I kinda left it up to Mongoose and they sent me this. Wasn’t sure at first but now I’m stoked on it.

Would you say your bike is setup more with trails in mind, or ramps?
I ride ramps more I’d say, so probably set up for that, but I love having a coaster for dirt as well. So nice only hearing your tires.

Describe your bike for us… What makes it your ride?
My bars are pushed a little forward, tires are 60-70 psi and chain is usually pretty loose. I don’t usually like my bike feeling too perfect so I’m not scared to beat it up.

What are you most particular about on your bike?
Tires, I’ve been running the Demolition Momentum tires for so long now it feels weird with other tires.

Are you more of a change parts out as they go, or build up a new bike kind of guy?
I usually change parts as they go, but I’ll try to build up a new bike once a year.