Grant Castelluzzo's Mutiny Rune
Grant Castelluzzo's Mutiny
"This is an overview of my bike made up of mostly parts from Mutiny Bikes and Profile Racing," says Grant. "Overall it is a super clean looking bike that is set up for exactly what I like to do: grinding, manuals, and spinning."
The Rune is Mutiny's no-nonsense all purpose frame, with a choice of four top tube sizes (20.25, 20.6, 21 and 21.25"), a slammed chainstay length (13" with 3/4" of adjustment) and a 75 degree head tube angle. The weight is under 5 lbs.
Mutiny Patch Mid seat
"This is the Mutiny Bikes "Patch Mid" seat. I ride this seat because it has a super clean all-black design and it has more padding than a traditional Pivotal seat, so it's a little more comfortable."
"I run Odyssey Twisted PC pedals. I have run these pedals for years and I love the feel of them. They also seem to last longer than other plastic pedals. I always designate one side for grinding, which is what you are seeing here."
"ODI "O" grips are literally the best grips I have ever ridden. Jeff K got me to try a pair years ago and I have not gone back since. There is not an awkward break in period -- they feel soft and perfect the day you put them on."
"This is the Profile Racing Push stem in 48mm length. I was hesitant to get a top load stem at first but once I put this stem on it felt amazing. It gives your bars even more lift than a traditional top load stem and it just seems to feel really good for hopping and manuals."
"This shot is of my signature splatter hub from Profile Racing with two front Profile hub guards to keep my hubs looking and running like new. The hub is connected to a Mutiny Bikes Wand Fork V2. This fork is incredible. I used to break drop outs off of forks about twice a year but with the investment casted dropouts I have not had any problems."
"Classic black Profile cranks never go out of style. I run 165mm length arms so I can clear my opposite side rear peg with my size 13 feet. Profile now has 6mm hollow bolts for the cranks for easier installation. The arms are bossless so I am running a 25t Profile spline drive sprocket, which is light, clean looking, and strong."
"My back hub is also my signature splatter hub in LHD from Profile. I have a 9t TI driver and hollow TI axle. Both things lighten up the hub a bunch and yet still hold up to all of the grinding you could throw at it. I run Animal bikes "Butcher" pegs. They open up a lot of possibilities and feel amazing on all surfaces. I also run a BSD plastic guard to keep myself sliding consistently as well as a Profile drive side hub guard on my drive side to keep my chain and driver in good shape."
"I run the "Rune" frame from Mutiny Bikes. This is the best frame I have ever ridden. It's really responsive in the front end, and really easy to manual and spin with. The gussets on the top and down tubes make it really strong which is always nice and it still comes in at right around 5 pounds so it is fairly light as well."
"These are the Glamroids bars from Mutiny Bikes. They have an 8.5-inch rise so they are tall but not stupidly tall. They also have 12 degrees of back sweep and 1 degree of upsweep. Classic geometry, which feels great. The bars are also heat-treated which makes them really strong. They are definitely not easy to bend. I have my bars cut to 28 inches so that they are easier to barspin with."