Just Perfect: Searcy’s Perfect Bit
Dustin Searcy shares why he likes to ride a Perfect Bit.

Dustin Searcy’s Perfect Bit Kaitlin Gustave Photo

The Perfect Bit


“I like that it’s a dog bone. I kind of like a three-piece mouthpiece. The bars are kind of twisted so it gives it a little more bite, so it has a little more feel. I like that it’s light, but I still get a lot of feel and I can stop good—it does everything for me. It’s not too much bit at the same time. Rio is super light mouthed, and he’s real feely. This bit has helped me to keep him picked up and keep him between my legs.”

—Dustin Searcy

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