Name: Brandon Dosch
Location: Lake Orion, Michigan
Sponsors: Redline, Albe's, Skullcandy, Ogio, and Nike 6.0
All photos by Fat.
Frame: Redline Device
Fork: Odyssey Race
Bars: S&M Slam XLT
Stem: S&M Redneck XLT
Grips: ODI Longnecks
Headset: FSA Impact
Seat: Redline Device
Cranks: Redline Device
Sprocket: Tree, 28 tooth (Built-in spline.)
Chain: Shadow half-link
Brake Lever: Odyssey
Detangler: Odyssey GTX
Front Tire: KKE Dirt
Front Wheel: Profile mini hub laced to a 36h Alienation Deviant rim.
Rear Tire: KHE Park
Rear Wheel: Profile mini laced to 36h Alienation Runaway rim with 9t Ti driver and Ti axel.
Pedals: Fly Ruben
Pegs: Tree aluminum (Sometimes.)
Modifications/Other/Extras: Bars cut down .25″.
Which parts do you go through the most?
Tires, bars, and seats.
Describe your bike setup and how you like your bike to feel…
I like a semi-light bike that feels similar to a race setup. My bike is pretty much a race bike with a gyro and 14mm axels.
What part are you most particular about or do you feel makes the biggest difference on your bike?
Bars!!! Slams for life!
Do you remember your first “real” BMX bike?
Yes, it was a Schwinn mini race bike.
You used to race, and now you are a dirt jumper and park rider...Do you hit any street? Ever run pegs?
Yes, I ride everything. I just put this bike together and I still have my old one, which is brakeless with pegs now. I like to change it up and street damages my bikes too much so I just decided to have a bike strictly for throwing myself down stairs and rails.
Your bike looks really fresh. Do build new bikes all at once or just replace parts as needed?
I am very fortunate to have Albe's and Redline as sponsors so I can build a fresh bike when I receive a new frame.