Name: Alfredo Mancuso
Height: 5′ 9″
Location: Lakewood, CA
Sponsors: Volume Bikes, DC Shoes, Demolition Parts, EPIC BMX, and Function Drinks
Frame: Volume Drifter (Tate Roskelly), 20.8″
Fork: Volume Black Mamba
Bars: My signature Volume Cougar Bars
Stem: Demolition Stealth
Grips: Demolition Enarsons
Barends: Demolition Plastics
Seatpost: Demolition Pivotal
Seat: Demolition D Slim
Cranks: Demolition Revolt, 175mm
Sprocket: Demolition Merit Spline Drive, 27t
Chain: Shadow Half-Link
Brakes: Demolition Vulcan
Cable: Demolition Liner
Brake Lever: Odysy Monolever
Detangler: Odysy GT-Xr
Front Tire: Demolition Momentum, 2.35″
Front Wheel: Demolition Phantom hub with Demolition Zero Rim, 36h
Rear Tire: Demolition Momentum, 2.10″
Rear Wheel: Demolition Rolls hub with Demoltion Zero Rim, 36h
Pedals: Demolition Pastics
Hub Guard: Usually Demolitions, but I forgot to put them on before this bike check.
Pegs: Two Demolition plastics in the front, 2 Demolition Team pegs in the rear.
Cut excess axles, steer tube, and seat post.
Which parts do you go through the most?
Tires, pegs, and I like to switch colors a lot, so mainly rims, hubs, and stem.
Describe your bike setup and how you like your bike to feel…
Not too light. Sturdy, noiseless, and looking nice!
What part are you most particular about or do you feel makes the biggest difference on your bike?
I love new grips, and there's nothing better than a completely new bike!
Do you remember your first “real” BMX bike?
Haha yeah. A Haro Backtrail Nyquist x2 in blue.
Do you normally build up a whole new bike from the ground up, or do you just replace parts as needed?
Usually it’s parts as I go, but Volume and Demolition are awesome and let me get a whole new kit every once in a while and there's nothing better!
Are you particular about how much PSI you run in your tires?
Ummm, I like to ride a minimum of 70 for street, and 80-90 for park.