8 race bikes from the 2022 Pump Monitor World Championships

The finals for the Crimson Bull UCI Pump Monitor World Championships start in Santiago, Chile, immediately.

Earlier this week, we took a have a look at a number of the bikes that may be going up towards the clock, and it is a blended bag of MTB and BMX battling it out for the bow stripes. that dawned this afternoon.

You’ll be able to watch all of the motion dwell on Pinkbike immediately at 17:00 Chilean Time (UTC- 3).

Niels Bensink – Meybo XXXL 2024

“After seeing a {custom} 22-inch body final yr, it was time for us to work on a prototype made for these wheels with out altering the geometry an excessive amount of. The body went straight from manufacturing, to painter, to Chile, It is an early 80’s highway bike impressed shade scheme with a touch of Chilean detailing.I really like how the blue got here out in actual life, and it is more durable than ever! inch wheels, and that is Meybo’s first body that’s each 20, and 22-inch suitable with out altering their OG geometry.” – Neil Bensink

Body: Meybo XXXL 2024
Cockpit: Field parts
Forks: Reply BMX 20 Inch
Wheels: SD Elements OS20 Rims with SD Elements Sniper Hubs
Tires: Veetireco Speedbooster OS20 1.75
Brakes: Shimano XT Hydraulic with 120mm Rotor
Drivetrain: SD Elements with 175mm Beringer Cranks with HT Elements AE05 pedals
Saddle: Field Design
Paint: A&S Design

Mark Ducat – Radon Slush Customized

“I am sorry to be in Santiago, Chile! That is my first journey to South America and my third world championship last! , I knew I needed to A recreated bike that appears like my skate park roots!” — Marc Ducat

Body – Radon Slush Customized
Cockpit – 35mm riser bars with rear base with black ONE D-2 35mm, and reverse R-Shock 31mm grips
Forks – Marzocchi Bomber DJ (100mm / 37mm balanced / 150psi)
Wheels – Black Rear ONE 26”
Tires – Maxxis DTH 2.3 / Tubolitos
Drivetrain – Shimano XTR 170mm cranks with Black ONE pedals
Brakes – Shimano XTR / Reverse 160mm
Saddle – Reverse Vink

Bas van Steenbergen – Senior DJ
“I’ve modified my bike from the conventional driving place. for dust pump tracks, so it is as robust and stiff because it goes, with probably the most weight within the tires and forks. I am most likely the one rider operating a derailleur, because it makes it simpler to maneuver my wheel round and alter chain size with out shortening or lengthening the chain.” — Bas van Steenbergen

Body – Hyper DJ
Cockpit – Deity Elements
Forks – Marzocchi Bomber DJ
Wheels – Raceface
Tires – Maxxis DTH
Drivetrain – Shimano XTR/Holy
Brakes – Shimano XTR
Saddle – Deity Elements

Ryan Gilchrist – GT LaBomba Professional

“My aim with this bike was to make it as aggressive and environment friendly as doable. By reducing the entrance finish, I can journey extra aggressively and maneuver the bike on technical options extra simply. My place feels very quick on this observe, which proved yesterday, ending second in seeding I’m the one rider who runs a entrance brake I race MTB and really feel comfy driving with back and front, so it made sense to have each on the pump observe. I can brake extra exactly and extra successfully on this as a result of I have been doing it on my enduro bike for years. I would not contact the brakes in a super world, however generally it’s a must to decelerate to go quicker.”

Body – GT LaBomba Professional
Cockpit – 750mm Spike Bars, with Spank Sp[lit 43mm Stem
Forks – RockShox Pike DJ
Wheels – Spank Spoon 26″
Drivetrain – Sram Descendant 175mm Cranks with Spank Spike Pedals
Saddle – GT LaBomba

Payton Ridenour – Mongoose Title Professional

“That is undoubtedly one among my favorite bikes but. I really like the texture of the Mongoose frames, and the wheelset is top-notch. Quick, for positive!”

Body – Mongoose Title Professional
Cockpit – Tangeant 8″ Flat Iron Bars, with 53mm Profile Entrance Load Stem, and ODI Keep Sturdy Grips
Forks – Reply Daggers
Wheels – E6 Silencers Rims, with Onyx Hubs
Tires: Tioga Fastr (1.75 Entrance / 1.60 Rear)
Drivetrain – Shimano DXR 175s Cranks, with Shimano Flat Pedals
Brakes – Shimano DXR
Saddle – Reply

Caroline Buchanan – Trek Ticket

“Meet Woody – my custom-painted Trek Ticket. This geometry has a decrease standover peak and is lighter, smaller, and shorter to swimsuit the disciplines of MTB I compete in. It is come contemporary off a Queen of Crankworx Title, so it has been arrange for Velocity & Fashion, Slopestyle, and Pump Monitor variability.” – Caroline Buchanan

Body – Trek Ticket
Cockpit – Deity Elements Bars and Stem, with ODI Longneck Grips
Forks – Marzocchi Bomber DJ
Wheels – Stand Circulate
Tires – Maxxis DTH 2.3 DTH
Drivetrain – Deity Elements Pedals TMAC
Saddle – Detiy Elements

Aiko Gommers

“The most effective-looking bike I’ve had to this point!” – Aiko Gommers

Body – Supercross Professional XL
Cockpit – Supercross Professional Carbon Bars, with Speedline 31.8,, Slant Stem, and ODI Lock On Grips
Forks – Supercross
Wheels – Gemini Carbon Hoops, with Onyx Hubs
Tires: Michelin Pilot SX Slick & Tioga
Drivetrain – Shimano DXR Cranks, with HT T1 SX Pedals
Brakes – Shimano XTR Hydraulic
Saddle – Supercross E-Line Pivotal

Eddy Clerte – Sunn Bikes Professional XXL

“It is a very lengthy bike, and it’s totally secure. It is stiff, and it is designed for pace solely. It is {custom} painted only for me, and the main points are hearth.” – Eddy Clerte

Body – Sunn Bikes Professional XXL
Cockpit – Tangeant 8″ Flat Iron Bars, with 60mm Tangeant Stem, and ODI AG1 Grips
Forks – Carbon Ikon
Wheels – Ikon Carbon Rear / Ikon Aluminium Entrance, with Vee Tires
Tires – Maxxis DTH 2.3 / Tubolitos
Drivetrain – Beringer Cranks, with Crankbrothers Stamp 7 Pedals, and Izumi Tremendous Toughness Chain
Brakes – Shimano XTR with Sram Rotors
Saddle – Carbon Field

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