Bike Check -- Cory Nastazio's Haro SD Setup
Cory Nastazio in Tehachapi, Calif.
Dirt legend and reality TV star Cory Nastazio rides a Haro SD, set up for dirt, with no pegs and an Odyssey Gyro. Weighing in at just 23 lbs., this is the bike Cory gets nasty on. Okay, was that too far?
Haro's SD Frame
The signature model for Haro team rider Dennis Enarson, Cory rides the 21" top tube version, with dual cable routing to his rear Odyssey Evo 2 brakes, making Dave Jacobs proud.
Cory rides a Primo 7 Series rims in the front, along with Profile hubs and Tioga's 2.10 Powerblock tires.
And on the rear wheel, Cory pays homage to his home state of Florida, with a Profile cassette hub, manufactured in St. Petersburg, Fla. Bonus info: Cory's first Props bio was in the same issue as my Props bio. We're both old now.
Odyssey's trusted Race forks keep Nasty's front end in check. When will someone release Cory's documentary, Nasty's World, on DVD? I can't find it on Netflix and it's awesome.
Cory rides Profile cranks in 180mm length, with a Ti spindle.
Odyssey's Evo 2 brakes keep Cory stopping at the trails. Anyone remember Cory's first bike sponsor? It was Bully.
This is the seat Cory grabs onto when stretching his patented superman seat grabs: Premium's padded Pivotal.
ODI Stay Strong Grips
As a tribute to his longtime friend and riding partner Stephen Murray, Cory rocks ODI's Stay Strong grips, which are limited edition, with proceeds going to the Stephen Murray Family Fund.
Superman tailwhips from Cory are made possible by this strange contraption: an Odyssey Gyro cable detangler.
Dia Compe Tech 77 Lever
The sign of a man in his 30s that rides BMX and knows what he likes: Dia Compe's legendary Tech 77 lever.
Cory's steering is handled by S&M's Slam bars, and Fit Bike Co.'s DLT topload stem.