Just like Jordan Hango's riding, his bike is simple, solid, and clean. And his answers get right to the point—also like Hango's riding. His signature frame for Fit, the Hangman, just dropped and here’s your chance to check that out along with the rest of his ride…
Weight: 180 lbs.
Location: Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Frame: Fit Hangman (Jordan Hango signature) 21″
Fork: Fit FK- 1.0
Bars: Fit Dugan, 8.75″
Stem: Fit BF, 48mm reach
Grips: Fit TECH
Clamp: Free with frame [integrated]
Seatpost: Fit Tripod
Seat: Fit Tripod
Pedals: Fit MAC PC
Cranks: Fit Indent 24mm, 170mm length
Sprocket: Fit TRI- 26-T
Chain: KMC 510HX
Front Tire: Odyssey Aitken 2.35"
Front Wheel: GSport Birdcage rim, Odyssey Anti-gram hub, Odyssey guard
Rear Tire: Fit FAF 2.25"
Rear Wheel: Eclat Bondi rim, Odyssey Anti-gram hub, Odyssey guard
Pegs: Fit OG, 4″
When designing your signature frame, what were some specifics you wanted to include? What makes it unique to you and how you ride?
It has a bigger tube set [1.5″ down tube] with un-tapered rear stays and 1/4″ dropouts for a stiff snappy feeling. The geometry is pretty all around style, nothing too steep or short. [20.75″, 21″, 21.25″ TT, 13.4″ – 14″ CS, 75° head tube, 11.5″ BB height, 8.75″ stand over].
You were riding a prototype when we shot your bike. Will the production frames be any different than the one we shot?
They will be the same as my prototype aside from an engraved detail on the head tube and a different stamp in the gusset.
How long have you been testing it and how does it feel so far?
Been riding the frame for a year now and it feels exactly how I wanted it.
Two pegs and a cassette… Any interest in three/four pegs and/or a freecoaster?
If I ever get burned out on my set up I may change it up some day. I am pretty hard on rear hubs so I have been avoiding coasters, seems everyone is always working on theirs.
Describe your bike for us… What makes it your ride?
Bars inline with the forks, 80psi in the back tire and 60psi knobby in the front.
What are you most particular about on your bike?
ODI manufactured grips are a must.