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7. S&M Warpig

Photograph By S&M Bicycles

S&M Bikes released the Warpig in 1997 as a signature frame for all-around team rider Troy McMurray. Troy originally rode a flatland-inspired S&M frame known as the Sabbath, but switched to a longer version without a platform. The Warpig helped to inspire the first wave of brakeless street riding, and was responsible for the introduction of the tailwhip bunnyhop into street riding.