Never miss another fresh Felix Prangenberg bike check because we have you covered with a list of his old and fresh bike builds.
Even though Felix is a wild street shredder like so many these days, he still very much differentiates from other riders out there.
He has his own original style that is a mix of TECHNICAL and BURLY moves.
That’s something you can enjoy yourself in my pick of Felix’s best videos.
Felix Prangenberg 2022 Bike Check
Frame: WTP Pathfinder, 21″
Bar: WTP Pathfinder, 9.6″, OS clamping (I have it in 10″ & it’s dope!)
Stem: WTP Logic front load
Fork: Eclat Pulsar grips
Chain: Eclat Storm forks, 15mm
Seat: Eclat Bios
Cranks: Eclat Tibia 160mm cranks
Pedals: Eclat Centric plastic pedals
Sprocket: WTP Pathfinder (w/ guard)
Front Wheel: Eclat Cortex, Eclat Bondi rim
Rear Wheel: WTP Hybrid freecoaster, Eclat Bondi rim
Tires: Eclat Creature, 2.4″
Pegs: WTP Dill Pickle plastic pegs
In other words, you will see him pull an insane grind combo with front or back wheel wizardry to link things together. Or, you will witness him pull a massive truck driver over a crazy set of stairs.
It’s all possible when it comes to Felix.
That said, he needs to have a bike that he can trust. His setup is a mix of WeThePeople and Eclat parts.
With WeThePeople, Felix also has a signature street frame called Pathfinder. It has a short chainstay and a steep head tube, something that is getting more and more popular.
As part of his WTP Pathfinder line, Felix also has signature bars that come in a 2-piece and 4-piece version.
The latter even comes with a 10″ rise option.
We’re not done with his sig parts. You can also get Felix Prangenberg’s Pathfinder sprocket in 25t, 26t, or 28t – with or without the guard.
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Enjoy Felix’s complete bike checks below.
Do not forget to follow Felix, the German street assassin on Instagram for more insane BMX bike riding.
Featured photo by: WeThePeople IG.
Old Felix Prangenberg bike checks
2021 Our BMX bike check
Undoubtedly, 2021 was a killer year for Felix, and we sure all want to know what his bike’s like. Good folks over at Our BMX put together this excellent video bike check where Felix shares all his parts.
What’s cool, you also get many solid riding clips that spice things up nicely.
Felix’s bike mixes WeThePeople and Eclat parts, with a front load stem and a slim seat. In short, a unique bike build that has this nice and raw feel to it.
2020 WTP bike check
This is a very in-depth video bike check of Felix building himself a fresh setup – with a broken hand! Sure, he needs some help from a friend, as he cannot assemble it all by himself.
He also breaks down his signature parts from WeThePeople, like the Pathfinder frame and bars, sprocket and more.
Moreover, he also talks about why he likes the 15mm fork offset, front load step and a slimmer seat. What can I say, that bike, in raw with black parts and green tires, looks really DOPE.
Felix’s Pathfinder BMX build
Here’s a bike check from WTP from 2020 that’s not technically a bike check that we are used to seeing.
It more or less shows us Felix, putting together his signature Pathfinder setup. Note, you’ll also see a lot of naked and tattooed skin in here.
In the end, you can also view the different frame colorways that WeThePeople had in 2020, along with Felix’s signature 2-pc and 4-pc bar and guarded sprocket.
Prangenberg always puts together a pretty unique and original bike that looks dope.
2019 DIG bike check
Instead of just taking a peek at what was Felix Prangenberg riding in 2019, DIG also put together a quick interview with him. Of course, they talk about his WeThePeople beginnings and how it all progressed to having signature parts. Felix has been killing it for a long time and all is well deserved.
Besides tearing down his bike build with a parts list and photos, you can also read about Simple Sessions, his California trip and more.
By the way, this was the time when Felix was not yet on Eclat, so his bike is mainly a WTP build.
2019 WTP bike check
With images straight from the UK during the Battle of Hastings, WTP caught up with their pro rider Felix Prangeberg for a bike check. It features a revamped Pathfinder frame with a shorter chainstay.
His frame also features a step 76-degree head tube and thicker chainstays and bottom bracket, which prevents grinding it through.
For fork pick, he went with Jordan Godwin‘s signature Storm forks with a 20mm offset.
If you know Felix, you know that he goes heavy. Another specialty on his bike is the oversized clamping for bar and stem, coming at 25.4mm – making it a lot stronger.
Note: nowadays, if you’re buying a new set of bars or a stem, make sure you check twice if it’s standard or OS clamping. Standard stem and oversized bar clamping do not fit.
2018 Freedom BMX bike check
Before I even continue, this one’s from Freedom BMX, so it’s in German. Still, whether you understand German or not, you’re GOOD to go.
You can either just check the photos and the parts, or you can go one step further, use Google Translate and enjoy what Felix has to say.
Me personally, well, I only need the images and the parts list. Keep in mind, while Felix usually rides a 9.6″ Pathfinder bar, he was playing with the 10″ version in 2018.
He even explains why the switch – but for that, you’ll need to use a translator. I did because I’m in the process of going from a 9.5″ bar to a 10″.