-Brake caliper: Fly Manual
-Brake pads: Odyssey Ghost
-Rotor: Odyssey GXT-S
-Chain: Odyssey Hollow Key Chain
-Sprocket: S&M Tuff man 28t
-Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolts w/ ti bolts 170mm
-Bottom Bracket set: Generic Mid 22mm
-Pedals: VP Vice
-Seatpost clamp: Integrated
-Seatpost: Superstar one-piece
-Seat: Superstar one-piece
-Front tire: KHE Mark Webb 2.125
-Front rim: Alienation TCS Felon
-Front hub: Madera Pilot v2 w/ ti bolts
-Rear rim: Alienation TCS Felon
-Rear tire: KHE Mark Webb 2.125
-Rear hub: Madera Cassette v2 w/ ti bolts & ti 9t driver
-Hub Guards: GSport Gland MK4 (not pictured)
-Pegs: Black Ops plastic (not pictured)
Modifications: Ti spokes w/ alloy nipples front and back. Cut seatpost. Put a bar end in the bottom of the fork. Drilled holes in-between every spoke on the inside of the rim. Hollowed out the inside of my stem since there wasn't any internal machining. Put a tire behind my sprocket to keep the cranks from free spinning.
Weight: Right at 18.3 lbs
Parts you go through most often?
Spencer: I used to go through pivotal seats all the time but ever since I switched over to the once piece combo I've been golden! Now just bar ends and probably ti bolts on the wheels from time to time from over tightening.
Why Ti spokes?
Spencer: I actually use to be against everything ti until one day Dhers explained it all to me. Ti saves a few ounces each wheel, even more with alloy nipples. That weight you're saving might not seem like a lot but it's rotating weight so it actually makes a huge difference! Whips, spins, and anything like that are all a ton easier and there isn't as much resistance. It's pretty sweet!
Who are some of the people who hook you up with parts when you need them?
Spencer: Right now just Alienation and VP but they take good care of me and their parts are on point!
That colour, is that a HARO colour?
Spencer: It's really similar! I wanted translucent red but the moment I saw that Mike had this color I had to have it! It actually has a metal shimmer in the powder when the sunlight hits it that makes it look even more sick!
Are you picky on how it rolls?
Spencer: I wasn't really until I got it all dialed in and light like this. Now if anything isn't smooth or straight I notice it a lot more and I'm all ocd about it haha
The brake lever is scratched. How old is that thing?
Spencer: Surprisingly it's not that old. I've been running it since January but when I do nose manuals sometimes I like to play frogger and jump over my bars haha. Funny thing is, I'm pretty sure most kids these days don't even know what a brake lever is so they're going to be really confused reading this.
What are the dimensions of your Laird frame?
Top Tube: 20.6"
Head Tube: 76°
Stand Over: 7.2"
Bottom Bracket: 11.8"
Seat Tube: 71.5°
Rear End: 12.9"
Dropout Size: 3/8"
Thanks to: Alienation, VP Pedals, Shokomonk Chocolate, Lando Footwear, Triple D, Novik Gloves, Good Deed Tattoo, Alliance Skatepark, Mike Laird, Texas, George Bush (W & Sr.), Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Rick Perry. But really, thanks to anyone that has helped me get to where I am today. Friends, family, sponsors (past & present), and anyone that ever told me that chasing my dream of having fun on little kids bikes was crazy. BMX is too much fun to not be thankful for everything.