Detailed Ruff Cycles frame review (2018)

Detailed Ruff Cycles frame review (2018)


This video is for those who want to build a custom bicycle, but have no skills to build the frame. I’m reviewing a famous bicycle’s frame in the market, the Smyinz V3.0.

Everything you might need to know about this frame and its producer. Pros and Cons. Specifications and a lot more.

This is not a sponsored video!
Frame builder:

Smyinz V3.0:
@RUFF CYCLES

*Notice:
The Ruff-Cycles images used in the video are the property of RUFF CYCLES by THE RUFF GmbH.

My gear:
Main camera: LUMIX GH5 –
Second camera: Panasonic Lumix G 4K:
Action Cam: Sony FDR-X300
Stabilizer: Ronin-SC PRO –
Field Display: Liliput A7S –

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40 Comments on "Detailed Ruff Cycles frame review (2018)"


  1. Excellent review of the frame. I'd love to see you do a video of you building and electric bike. I like my pedal bike for the exercise but an electric one would be nice to go a little further.
    I had considered getting a two stroke 49cc motor kit and building a bike with that on it but they're very noisy and don't look the greatest.

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  2. You made this video like a pro, a lot of details. 3:13 ( darth Vador ) 🙂 electric bicycle are the future now, It's still expensive I think but the price will plummet in one or two years , great video

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  3. Yooo man been waiting for a new one from you! Awesome video felt like we were watching a full on instructional video! The frames at 1:30 look super mint.

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  4. I really enjoy your videos. They are edited very well and you explain the subject perfectly. I don't own or ride a bike, but no matter. I like building and fabrication so I hope you can build your next project with the camera rolling.

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  5. mais um video top. ia fazer uma bike mas apareceu a zundapp entao terá de ficar para outra altura mas irei fazer

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  6. Bro, the quality of your videos are spot on! It only gets better and better. It's easy to understanding and follow. Plus, it's thorough and straight to the point. Keep them coming!

    Side note, I may be getting a bike soon! I'm not nearly as in depth as you are. I'm just glad to get one:] Any suggestions for a bike used to go to work? It's about 10-15 mile bike ride. Not to expensive?

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  7. Perfect video man love it… any reason you did not do the talking for this video?

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  8. Great video! II am sure you are going to build this bike very soon, it will be interesting to watch a video like that.

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  9. These frames seems to be top quality! Can I get them in the America? I'm thinking about a new e-bike, but I want have it on my way! Do you think these frames would be strong enough for hub motors?
    This company should give you at least some discounts mate! This is the real promoting thing! No bulls***

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  10. the editing and everything is so amazing on this! great to see the review, i knew very little about it before!

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  11. That's really cool and what I know about these electric bikes or even gas powered I don't know if you'd want to go with aluminum he would have a tendency to bend if you go in at a higher speed than normal and you would need the strength of a steel frame.

    Thanks for sharing this is a very good video I'm going to add this to my playlist We are creators.
    And thank you for being a part of my community that means a lot God bless.

    Ken

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  12. This bike would be cool with a modernized banana seat and the chopper style sissy bar in the back…
    What do you think

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  13. Good to know this video, thanks for sharing. Our best wishes from your new friends in Brussel. Let's stay connected👍.20👌😀

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  14. Hi here, here we are, sorry for late reply. Nice video indeed thanks for sharing. Our big 👍.25/837 for you👌😀

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  15. Very nice design on that Fraim.
    Doing a 70 Chopper backrest for a bananas custom banana seat that would be really cool with that bike The Missing Link.

    Here's the link to my Bible study Channel sorry it took so long God bless
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCak8e3cJw-oGUuEiViGJC2Q

    Look forward to hearing from you and thanks for dropping in my life stream that was fun

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  16. awesome video…. those are cool looking bikes, thanks for sharing that knowledge 🤗

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  17. ""Good channel,dear friend I really love it.. and I liked and subbed with happy hope you can sub back for support .God Bless))""
    im your 872 subscriber

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  18. Now that is a sweet looking frame!
    Live that it's different
    Full view as always
    Yes, we have those electric bikes her. They are very pretty and look fantastic!
    Hugs from us

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  19. Dropping by to support a fellow creator, LIKING your video! Best wishes for much success, always!

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  20. I'm kinda shocked it uses a big US bottom bracket. Nothing in the US really uses them anymore, I would have bet on a Euro bb.

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  21. Awesome video man i really enjoyed watching it and thought it was really helpful. Im looking to build a bike myself and this style frame caught my attention right away. If you dont mind me asking could you please send me the exact measurements that were not mentioned in the video like the length of the seat and chain stay and brackets ect.

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  22. I really like the way you make these videos and looking with Keen eyes 👀 🤘🏻💀👍🏻

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  23. what would you prefer Tango S or Dean S, living in slovakia and roads are not that flat here or sidewalks, I'm a bit afraid to destroy the tango spike on the frame as it's quite close to the ground. I love the frame but cannot decide. or Maybe Basman?

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  24. rever o teu video fez me lembrer o que muitos nao fazem porque nao se lembram que é agarrar num quadro e alterar ao seu estilo como eu estou a fazer agora na minha bike.

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