This edit was filmed during autumn 2014 in Sochi, Russia. Ilyas is a true talented rider, which has already stressed our instagram with some wild tech grinds. Now it’s time for his full edit. Prepare.. The banger is pegs to hard 540! Did you ever see this before?
This autumn STRESS crew have visited XSA Backyard Jam in Krasnodar, Russia. During our trip we have filmed some clips in new XSA skatepark, which have resulted in this edit.
Music: Misha Vaneev – Kick Out
Montage: Artem Ivanov
Rather see this beautiful web edit from our Franch rider Leo Balay! He did solid and smooth front wheel lines! Very nice Leo!
Welcome video by our Chinese rider Doggy Tian. We love his style and music choice. If you are from China and want to by STRESS, go to EVO distribution.
Nikita about his signature frame:
“My name is Nikita Zharkov and this is promo of my signature The Aim frame by STRESS. The main idea was to make barspin tricks convenient. We’ve made the seat tube angle 72.5 degrees instead of the standard 71. A seat gets to your knees much easier and faster.
We had a great time filming this. The camera guy was freezing, I was sweating, falling, taking the pain, getting back up and nailing my favorite tricks! Hope you like the result, enjoy the ride.
Trailer for the upcoming The Aim Frame promo.
STRESS The Aim Frame was designed by Nikita Zharkov. The main idea was to make barspin tricks convenient.
filmed/edited by Valeriy Korenev
More about frame: http://stressbmx.com/en/blog-en/new-frame-the-aim/
Nikita Zharkov about his signature frame:
A Stress new frame is already available. It’s my signature frame. It was a long way and I am glad we have finally made it! Honestly saying, it’s a big step for me, and I want to thank STRESS for the given opportunity. We’ve met various challenges on the way to creating a successful version of the frame, and it took about two years to develop and test it. The main idea was to make barspin tricks convenient. I have watched different manufacturers bend seatpost tube back, claiming that it’s more convenient to do barspin, as you get more space for the handlebar. But it’s not true. You spend much more time on pulling the bike forward until the seat reaches your legs. And then I thought, “what if we bend the tube forward a bit?!” Thus, the concept was created and it all started. We’ve made the tube angle 72.5 degrees instead of the standard 71. The theorem proved to be working. It was decided to make 20,666 and 20,86 size frames. Thus, there is still enough space for the handlebar, but the seat reaches your legs much faster. In this case the frame is felt like 20,8 with 20,666 size and 21 with 20,86 respectively.
Chainstay 13,4 slammed
Head tube angle 75º
BB height 11,666
Photos by Aleksander Rogov