QBMX Bike Build - Justin Brayton

Justin Brayton is the newest member of the team here at QBMX!  As the QBMX Sales Rep, it’s his job to speak with shops across the country every day and get them what they need for their customers.  Check out his newest bike build, as well as a few riding photos from one of our local skateparks. 

Give us a rundown of the parts you used on your most recent build.

Frame: Skavenger 21” Chocolate Truck Tunnel USA, #FM0100

Fork:  The Shadow Conspiracy Captive Fork  32mm, #FK3245

Bars: Subrosa Vilicus Bars 8.75, #HB0300               

Stem: The Shadow Conspiracy Chula Topload, #SM9852

Grips: Odyssey Mike Aitken, #HT9244

Bar ends: Odyssey Par End, #HT9048

Headset: Odyssey Integrated Pro, #HD9291

Seat post: Odyssey Tripod, #ST0634

Seat post Clamp: Odyssey Mr. Clampy 2, #ST0636

Seat: Odyssey Chase Hawk Tripod, #SA9297

Cranks: Animal Akimbo, #CK0800

Bottom Bracket: Odyssey 22mm Mid, #CR7249

Sprocket: The Shadow Conspiracy Motus 22mm 28t, #CR3297

Chain: The Shadow Conspiracy Half Link, #CH2221

Front Tire: Animal TWW  2.25, #TR0405

Front Wheel: Profile Mini / Sun Ringle Envy, #HU9005 /  #RM8717

Rear Tire: Animal TWW 2.0, #TR0404

Rear Wheel: Profile Mini 9t / Sun Ringle Envy, #HU9045 /  #RM8717

Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC, #PD9147

Hub Guard: Profile Aegis (not shown), #HU9012 / #HU9011

Pegs: The Shadow Conspiracy S.O.D. (not shown), #HU8700

Did you modify any parts or do anything special?

Profile Ti Driver

Cut the steer tube

32mm Insert on the Captive forks


What part (or angle of a part/frame/etc.) are you most particular about one your bike?​

I wanted a USA made frame with a 74.5 HT and similar geometry to my last frame so the SKVR frame was it.  


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