Cole Brisson needed to replace his old Process 134 and chose to do that with our new Process 153 AL/Dl. Working like a true bicycle artist, Cole used the alloy Process frame as a blank canvas and splashed on some serious pops of color/bling. Industry Nine wheels, Cane Creek forks and meaty Maxxis rubber are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Cole’s very shred worthy build. Check out the full photoset below.
“This bike replaced my 134, which I loved, but the new 153 was just a little more suited to frequent summer trips out to the mountains. I’m a big fan of Industry Nine wheels, and they do some pretty rad ano colours, so had to go with some green bits there. I love the way the Cane Creek Helm rides, so that was an obvious choice, it’s really plush and just eats big hits. I really wanted to get the gold Eagle drivetrain on this bike, I then ended up getting the gold Chromag saddle and gold Cane Creek 110 to get a little bling going on elsewhere. I converted the Reverb over to the Wolf Tooth cable lever, I’m a big fan of the underbar set up there. I also put the stock 2.5 DHF on the rear and added a new 2.6 DHF on the front which I’ve found to be a really good combo for my riding style. I just tried to build a real shred-worthy bike, and I’m pretty stoked on the way it came out.”