Broc is a damn machine. This is absolutely over the top…and these are left overs for the upcoming Volume DVD? I’m so confused.
“Here are some clips that didn’t make the cut for his upcoming Volume “Shoot Your Future” DVD section. Broc has been putting in work with Mike Mastroni filming around Long Beach as well as on trips. It’s a tired cliche but you may have a hard time believing that these are seriously his leftovers. Everybody knows that Broc is good but nobody knows just how good yet but the Volume DVD will change all that. If you want to learn more about Broc’s frame, The Vessel, click here: http://volumebikes.com/frames/vessel-…
Broc Raiford pro model frame. This being Broc’s first signature frame, he put a lot of time into every detail of the Vessel’s design and specs. Some of the key features Broc really wanted were an hour glass head tube, wider BB shell for bigger tire clearance, 13.5″ chain stay, and Volume’s proven investment casted dropouts with built-in chain tensioners. Broc’s frame also features full 4130 CRMO Heat Treated tubing, removable seatstay brake mounts, and a double butted front triangle with dual gussets, a double diamond rear with S bend chainstays for larger geared sprocket clearance/ alignment and a 75º head tube. The Vessel is just what @brocaflocka wanted, and so should you…
Top Tube: 20.75″, 21″ & 21.25″
Chainstay: 13.25″-13.75″ (13.5″ center to center)
BB height: 11.7″
Seat Tube height: 9.25″
Head Tube Angle: 75°
Seat Tube Angle: 71°
Seat Post: 25.4
Headtube: Integrated (45°X45° Campy Spec)
Brake Mounts: Removable Seatstay Mounts
Dropouts: Heat Treated, 7mm thick Investment casted. Now clears hub guards and pegs of all sizes.
Gyro Tabs: Thread-On
Weight: 5 lbs 2 oz (20.75″)
Flat Black, Raw & Flat Red