The new NS Bikes Movement

NOV 13 2014
The new NS Bikes Movement

With many of todays riders preferring alloy frames over steel we decided to introduce an alternative to our popular Metropolis bikes. The Movement shares the same geometry, but has a lighter and stiffer frame and is a great option for riders who do not insist on cromoly. The stiff and responsive frame is a great choice for riders who spend most of their time riding (and digging) trails.




Taking advantage of what were probably the last warm and sunny days of this autumn we decided to ask local shredder Jakub Adamski to take the Movement - as it is, straight out of the box - for a session on his friends amazing backyard trails. He was pretty stoked with the bike and we got it on tape - check out this nice chilled out video.


NS Movement from NS Bikes on Vimeo. Rider: Jakub Adamski | Video: PaweĊ‚ Jurczak | Music: MaJlo - Wild Souce


Frame: NS 6061-T6 custom formed and butted tubes
Fork: Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 3, 100 mm travel, 10 mm axle
Headset: FSA semi integrated ZS44 / cartridge
Stem: New NS Bikes Quantum 25.4, 37mm reach
Handlebar: new NS Lick, 740mm
Grips: NS Sam Pilgrim signature, w/o flange
Brakes: Sram DB1 160mm rear, Tektro Novela 160mm front
Bottom Bracket: Octane One external
Crank: SALT by We The People, tubular cromoly
Chainring: SALT by We The People, 25T CNC alloy ring
Chain: PYC-410H
Rims: NS Fundamental
Hubs: Joytech 9 mm front, Octane One Single Speed Pro 11T Driver (sealed) rear
Spokes: 14G-2.0mm w/ 14mm nipples
Tires: Kenda Small Block 8 2.1 rear & front
Seatpost + Saddle: Octane One fat seat-post combo
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC
Weight: ~12.7kg, without front brake


Action photos: DambakPhoto

More details about the NS Movement