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J.F. Boulianne:
Video Bike Check Posted by Francis on Friday, January 18th, 2013

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We shot this video a couple weeks after our Texas Toast Jam. JF hopped in the van with us on the way back to California and ended up spending quite a bit of time out here. If you’re ever driving down PCH near Zuma beach, keep your eyes peeled on the parking lots by the coast. You might just catch a heavy flatland sesh going down.

JF’s home in Montreal now and nursing some cracked ribs. Once he heals up though, it’s a guaranteed bet he’ll be hitting the road again. In the mean time, here’s his bike check along with a couple clips. Enjoy :)

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Terry Adams:
Bike Check Posted by Francis on Thursday, January 10th, 2013

Want to know what Terry rides and why? Check out this new video bike check from Dan’s Comp to find out.

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Terry Adams:
Video Bike Check Posted by Francis on Monday, October 29th, 2012

Here is Terry’s current ride including a handful of clips from his enchanted flatland spot!

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Terry Adams:
Bike Check Posted by Francis on Monday, April 30th, 2012

Here’s Terry Adams’ old bike! Kinda weird to do a bike check on an old bike, but we have been sitting on these photos for a while. This is the Bike Terry rode in Terry and Aaron, The Sequel.  This was the prototype stuff that we didn’t want to show until it was out, complete with an updated look of The Waltz frame and his new signature Hobby Bar. You can’t get this bike in Purple, but like Terry’s New bike (Bike check coming soon) it is all available in Blacker than Black. Click around the flipbook to check it out!

Terry Adams Bike Check Posted by Francis on Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Terry Adams has a bike check over at RideBMX.com. The purple colorway isn’t available yet but most of the other Flatware products on his bike is.

Flatware @ Interbike Posted by Francis on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

Here’s another video from this year’s interbike. This time, Ride BMX visits the Full Factory booth to check out our Flatware lineup. In this, you’ll get a sneak peek of The Waltz frame, a Flatware version of the Vandero 2 and a new color way!

BIKE CHECK: Flatware, The Waltz Posted by Francis on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

Here’s another bike we have on display in the Full Factory booth at Interbike. It’s called The Waltz and it’s equipped with the Flatware products that’s currently available, along with some samples and prototypes that are in the works.

Ocean Blue Bayou Bars, Flatware Forks and Socket Drive Twombolts will be available later this year (black versions are available now).

Flatware Giveaway Posted by The Internet on Monday, November 9th, 2009

Terry Adams

Dan’s Comp has a BIG Flatware giveaway going on right now! If you signup, you can win a Flatware kit including Terry Adams signature Bayou Bars, Flatware Stem, Flatware Twombolts w/Rhode Island Sprocket and Frequency G tanwall tires! Click the pic above to enter.

Rhode Island Sprockets Posted by Francis on Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Flatware Sprockets

We released our Socket Drive system a while ago and we recently received a new shipment of our Rhode Island sprockets. High Polished, Gold and Black sprockets in 20t and 22t are now well stocked so hit up your local shops and dealers to get some on your flatland machine. Make sure to hit up the original post for full info on our Socket Drive.

Flatware “Socket Drive” Posted by Francis on Friday, August 7th, 2009

Here’s the latest product to come out of Flatware line. This new flatland-specific Twombolt crank and Rhode Island sprocket are available now, so hit up your shops and mail-orders to get a set. Click around the flipbook above for pics and read below for details.

New “Socket Drive” Interface

This 9-sided sprocket interface has been designed as a new standard for sprocket fitting. It can be built into the spindle on 2-piece cranks like the Twombolt, or it can be incorporated into the arm on 3-piece cranks.


A new interface seemed to be a necessary development because sprockets have become smaller across the board. On anything less than a 25-T there starts to be a heavy concentration of stress around the drive bolt and the sprocket teeth. Switching to a closer spaced sprocket bolt is one solution, but that also increases the stress on the sprocket as the same torque applied at a closer radius results in a much larger contact force.

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