Volume Thrasher - iMiNUSD

There's been a lot of hype around the new Volume Thrasher recently. We just noticed that Fyxation shop iMiNUSD in San Jose just got there's in and we wanted to give them a little Fyxation love. Check out iMiNUSD for more info: http://iminusd.com/2010/06/10/could-it-be-2/

Looks like a solid frame and sounds like they did a lot of research with the right group of riders to bring this one to market.

From Volume's site -

Fixed Meets BMX - While the Cutter is our benchmark frame for all around commuting/ doing tricks, our new Thrasher is the next step of frames to take any abuse you can bring at it. While we didn't want to change around the Cutter's overall geometry, we decided to start from the ground upfor the geometry on the Thrasher. The Thrasher was designed from the input from tricktrack.org users and our team riders. Puckett wanted more tire clearance and mid bb shell, Congo wanted to clear barspins with zero toe overlap and Mosher wanted something easily maneuverable. We think we've accomplished all of that and then some.

Volume Thrasher

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