Wethepeople UK rider and Endless Magazine senior photographer Jason Colledge just built up a fresh Awake set-up and sent us these photos for a swift bike check. And it’s looking awesome – you can’t go wrong with a black bike. Here’s Jason’s full set-up, along with a quick Q&A – enjoy.
Name: Jason Colledge (Fooman)
Sponsors: Wethepeople, Dub, Adidas (flow)
FRAME: Ed Zunda AWAKE
FORK: Pete Sawyer Sterling series
BARS: Pete Sawyer Sterling series
STEM: Wethepeople front loader
GRIPS: Merrit Sawyer grips
PEDALS: Eclat Slash
CRANKS: Wethepeople Royal
SPROCKET: Wethepeople Turmoil
FRONT TYRE: Wethepeople Stickin’
REAR TYRE: Wethepeople Stickin’
FRONT WHEEL: Eclat Pulse
REAR WHEEL: Eclat Pulse
PEGS: Eclat Venom
What custom mods have you made to your bike?
No custom mods, fresh out the box and good to go!
What’s the newest part on your bike?
The Awake frame and Sterling forks…
What’s the oldest part on your bike – any part you just won’t change?
The stem I have I’ve had for a lonnnnng time! I used to go through stems for some reason, but this one has lasted really well so I’ve stuck with it!
How often do you put together a new set-up?
When I need to, about seven months I think, but that’s normally because it’s all scratched up and rugged – not due to being broken.
How good are you at keeping the thing dialled?
I’d say I’m quite on top of it, I hate riding a shitty feeling bike so everything needs to be tight and smooth!
What else is new – what are you planning next?
I have a fairly busy schedule that’s coming up which I’m excited about! I go to Krakow, not a BMX trip, then get back for a day before travelling to Scotland to shoot some things and party then I am currently working out a trip for an up and coming Endless mag feature and after that ill be going to Barcelona again, then it’ll be a case of anything in between I can go on I’ll go!
In the meantime, here are a couple edits with Jason: