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What I Ride: Mo Nussbaumer

 Wethepeople‘s local German wizard, Mo Nussbaumer was kind enough to list all the specs of his machine. Pay attention to the details on this one, as there’s a few WTP prototype parts in this… Photos courtesy of Ben McPherson!

Name: Moritz Nussbaumer
Age: 22
Height: 1.85m
Weight: 75 Kg
Location: Heidenheim, Germany
Sponsors: Wethepeople, Odyssey (via Sport Import), Nike, People's Store

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Frame: WTP BUCK 21.3″ (prototype Dillon Lloyd frame)
Fork: WTP Mike Curley Switch 23mm (prototype)
Bars: WTP BUCK 9.15″ (prototype Dillon Lloyd bars)
Stem: ODSY Sexton Toploader
Grips: ODSY Broc Raiford
Barends: ODSY Parends
Headset: ODSY
Seatpost: WTP
Seat: WTP
Cranks: ODSY Thunderbolt
Sprocket: ODSY LA Guardia
Chain: ODSY Keychain
Front Tire: ODSY Hawk 2,4
Front Wheel: WTP Supreme hub laced to a ODSY Aerospace rim
Rear Tire: ODSY Hawk in 2,4
Rear Wheel: WTP Supreme hub laced to a ODSY Aerospace rim
Pedals: ODSY plastic
Hub Guard: 4 WTP guards
Pegs: Salt + plastics

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First off, what have you been up to lately?
Not too much really other than a lot of riding. Got back from Barcelona and went to Simple Session, now I’m trying to make the move to Berlin.

Did you modify any parts or do anything special?
No, they are good the way they are, haha.

What part (or angle of a part/frame/etc.) are you most particular about one your bike?
I really like a long top tube coming with a short back end on the frame.

What else is really specific to you when it comes to bike setup?
High in the front, long in the middle, and short in the back.

And, just cause, Mo’s banger edit he dropped earlier this year: