Volume just posted a Thrasher prototype build to their blog. Looks pretty nice. Volume claims they did a great deal to eliminate overlap. This is probably due to the longer top tube and more relaxed head-tube-angle. There’s still a prototype fork to come, but the Fu-manchu looks pretty tight on that build. One detail I missed was the cleave in the seat tube, allowing the wheel to be slammed.
Overall, it’s a massive improvement over the Cutter and will prove to be a highly competitive frame in the fixed gear freestyle movement. Interesting move on the Mid BB. That eliminates the option for the Truvativ Omniums and other track q-factor cranks, no?
More to come from Volume.