Aaron Lutze's Inspired Fourplay Pro

This was the first proper street trials bike I ever bought, not knowing anything other than “Inspired Bikes are what everybody rides” at the time. Also my first time riding 24” wheels, where I eventually came to the conclusion that they weren’t as helpful as I had expected them to be in learning new tricks. That said, a solid bike from the start - the real workhorse that helped get me back up to speed with Trials (and the bulk of the tutorials on my channel)!

Check Out The Long Term Review

How did the Inspired Fourplay Pro hold up after a year of riding? Check out the video to find out.

If you’re in the USA, you can get this bike at TrialsSuperstore.com. If you’re anywhere else, check out TartyBikes.co.uk.


I swap out all the Inspired bars for Deity High Side 80mm bars. They are the same rise and sweep as the top end Inspired riser bars, but they come in more colors and they have a freeride pedigree - meaning that they are going to hold up to my abuse!

Stem Cap

Here’s a close up of the stem cap, which is how you’d route your front brake through the fork if you wanted to do lots of barspins and tailwhips on this bike. Each bike brand has a different way of getting it done, this is how Inspired does it.


The Pro series of Inspired Bikes comes with a freewheel in the back, versus a freehub. It’s the main difference between the bikes in my opinion, but barely noticeable when you’re riding.

Full Specs

Frame: 2022 Inspired Fourplay Pro

Fork: Inspired Fourplay Tapered, 15mm Through Axle

Headset: FSA

Stem: Trialtech Sport 90mm x 35 degree

Handlebar: Deity High Side

Grips: Deity Supracush

Brakes: Magura MT7

Brake Rotors: Magura 180mm

Seat: Inspired Integrated

Wheels: Inspired Pro V2 RIms w/ Inspired Disc V2 Hubs

Tires: Maxxis Holy Roller 24 x 2.4"

Tubes/Tubeless: Tubed

Cranks: Truvativ Descendant 175mm

Bashring: Inspired Truvativ/SRAM integrated bashguard

Pedals: Shimano DX

Bottom Bracket: Truvativ Sealed

Chain: KMC Z1eHX

Chain Tensioner: Inspired