Nemesis Project Trackfighter Nov 16, 2009

Wow. Look at those seat stays. Legs wide open, ready for a big fat tire. The Nemesis Project is working on a new freestyle frame called the Trackfighter. Awesome name!

Spanish BB, clearance for fatties, integrated headset, gnarly gussets, flange-covered track ends and handmade in the US. No idea on the price, availability or other important information, so leave your questions in the comments and maybe they’ll answer them!

Impressive man! Keep us posted!

  • http://lockedcog.com kris

    ill be posting up a documentation of his build precess with photos and such in the next couple weeks. Also a little review of one of these frames…they look damn nice.

  • andy

    this looks so cool

  • manny.

    Brad, man in charge of nemesis and frame builder posted this on trick track, about the price.

    “There being trickled out right now , there are 5 already sold and being build as I type .

    Price for the initial run is going to be $900.00 – direct price

    Suggested retail will be slightly higher FYI
    ( the higher sug retail price is set to help protect our dealers and distributers once these frames hit the retail stores and foreign shores )”

    pretty expensive, but coming from a pretty smallll company. not horrible.

  • http://create2destroy.com Vas

    no $ in 24/26’s eh?

  • http://www.nem-pro.blogspot.com Brad

    Thanks for interest in our new frame !
    Everyone involved in developing this frame are very excited on how the first prototypes came out .
    We have already received a order from our dist in Japan for these so as always they will be getting the first production versions .

    Vas- We build bikes and part people want , you know this !

  • http://vimeo.com/kreeestowfur KrEEEstowfUr

    This thing looks SO SICK. I like the rawness too…
    What size tire can it hold? is there a fork?

  • chris.vistan.

    there isn’t a fork for the frame…however…it was designed to work with the top forks on the market such as…the bruiser fork, se landing gear(26in/700c), BMW cluster fork,…etc…
    i’ll be running an identiti park rebate fork on mine….

    as far as tires go…32c tires fit slammed in to the rear dropout with ROOM to spare…soo 35+ tires wouldn’t be a problem

  • chris.vistan.

    there isn’t a fork for the frame…however…it was designed to work with the top forks on the market such as…the bruiser fork, se landing gear(26in/700c), BMW cluster fork,…etc…
    i’ll be running an identiti park rebate fork on mine….

    as far as tires go…32c tires fit slammed in to the rear dropout with ROOM to spare…soo 35+ tires wouldn’t be a problem