As promised, here it it, the Nathan Williams bike check featuring his new Mothership v2 in Burgundy laced with parts from United, Cinema & Eclat, click through for a full run down and as much info as you can possible gather about his personal set up. See you tomorrow for the frame launch and giveaway, you won’t want to miss it. Thanks to Andrew White for all the photos.
Frame: United Mothership v2 20.8″
Forks: United Dinero
Bars: United Mothership
Grips: United Signature
Stem: Eclat Sean Burns
Front Tire: Eclat Escape 2.3″
Front Wheel: Cinema Prototype
Pegs: Animal Butcher Plastic
Pedals: Eclat Plaza
Cranks: United ‘Nash’ Nathan Signature Prototype
Sprocket: Eclat Tilt 28t
Bottom Bracket: Eclat
Seat & Seat Post: Eclat seat/seatpost combo
Rear Wheel: Cinema Prototype
Rear Tire: Eclat Escape 2.3″
Hub Guards: BSD both sides
Look at that steed, with an empty Cobra 40 bottle holding it in place.
Check out the new bottom bracket shape, and our new United Nathan signature ‘Nash’ cranks which will be available early Summer 2012.
Eclat all in one seat/post combo, and the new invest cast seat clamp that keeps that thing on tight.
Another view of the ‘Nash’ cranks to see just how hollow that spindle is, Eclat Tilt sprocket and a Shadow chain keep that bike running.
Nathan’s signature United grips nicely worn in with the flanges customized.
The new investment cast seat stay bridge which follows the profile of a large diameter tire so there is plenty of clearance when running that wheel slammed right in.
Detail shot of the head tube and you can also see how the new die cut graphics finish this frame off a treat.
The vintage brown leather Eclat seat and Burgundy frame combo go together real nice.
Nathan likes that front end high, his signature Mothership bars are 8.5″ rise clamped onto the top load Eclat Sean Burns stem.
Plastic Animal Butchers are the peg of choice these days, working perfectly with the Dinero forks.
Since making the switch to 4 pegs Nathan now runs dual BSD hub guards on the rear, the plastic on these and then the pegs slide like sh*t of a shovel.
Here is another view of the tidy new investment cast seat clamp and refined top tube/seat stay junction.
Overview of the new bottom bracket shape and the ‘Nash’ cranks.