Tony Neyer Verde bike check
Tony Neyer's Verde
Last month, Primo and Verde pro Tony Neyer set up a brand new Verde Oxbridge Matt Priest frame with a 21-inch top tube and a slew of new Primo components, including several signature parts from Tony. Before the bike got too beat up, we convinced Tony to invite his bike inside his house and have a seat on his couch. Check out Tony's latest ride.
"I am running that Matt Priest Oxbridge Verde frame. It features a 21 inch top tube and is available in stealth flat black," says Neyer.
Primo Neyer stem
"Well of course I got that mint polished Primo Neyer top-load stem. It has a 51mm reach and it is pretty much the perfect stem. I couldn't be happier with how it makes my bike look and feel."
"I have a fresh 28-tooth Primo Neyer sprocket, 9-tooth driver with a Cult chain. The cranks are prototype Primo chromoly cranks."
"'I'm on the Primo plastics."
"I am psyched on the rear hub right now. It's a prototype Primo freecoaster with changeable cone nuts, plus slip-on plastic hub guards so you don't have to stretch out that back end to have protection."
"Primo and I decided to bring back one of my favorite tires from my childhood for my signature tire. It's a slick 2.30 tough street tire that's meant to last. Its super fast and grippy."
"I am running the Primo boy grips. They are mad comfy!"
"I have a pretty basic front-end on my bike right now. I have 8.69 inch rise Primo Rebars, my signature Primo Neyer stem, and some new prototype Primo Pro forks."
"I am running some Primo plastic pegs with Primo N4 hubs and Primo plastic guards with a steel axle. Plastics all day, ride everything."