WeThePeople just updated their site with a whole year’s worth on new product goodness. Head over there and check out their new line of complete bikes, frames and parts!
Here’s a look at Broc Raiford’s new signature Anchor Forks coming soon from Volume. These use a super short invest cast dropout making them nose manual friendly. Look out for more info on these dropping soon…
S&M‘s Charlie Crumlish and Craig Passero’s signature frames are now available! Check out this quick slideshow for a look at the specs and production paint jobs.
Dakota Roche’s new signature DAK frame from Cult is now available. Built around their classic OS frame, Dak’s version uses a taller 9.25″ standover height and his own signature gussets and graphics. Head over to the Cult site for a bike check with Dak and his homie Cody who just built up fresh Dak frames themselves…
Made from revised 100% cult classic tubing for increased strength… cult logo embossed top tube gussets, dak logo embossed down tube gussets, integrated headtube, externally machined mid BB shell, investment cast seatpost clamp and seatstay bridge, tapered seatstays with removable brake mounts, s-bend chainstays with room for 2.40” tires, and 5mm thick heat-treated dropouts. DAK inspired graphics…
20” 20.5” 20.75” 21” 21.25”
black & brown
Kink dropped this little tutorial video explaining the benefits of the Stealth Pivotal Seat and Post. The main benefit other than the obvious aesthetic reason of getting rid of that fiddly old rubber flap is that you don’t necessarily need one to run the other if you’re on a tight budget; you can run an old pivotal seat on a stealth post and you can (if you’ve got a long enough allen key…) put a stealth seat on your old pivotal post.
Damn we have something special for you today! To say Garrett Reynolds is a good bike rider is probably the understatement of the century. After pretty much re-inventing street riding, winning every major street contest and releasing one of the best video parts of all time, the BMX world have been waiting for his signature frame from his own brand Fiend like a kid on christmas morning for about 3 years now. I mean it’s a testament to how humble Garrett is that he waits until all of the PRO team have a signature line first before giving him self a frame.
Well today the speculation on one of the most anticipated frames in BMX history can stop. We are proud to have the exclusive first look at Garrett Reynolds’ signature frame, bars, stem and seat from Fiend.
Check it all out HERE >>>
Eclat just posted a look at their new Stevie Churchill fork which will be out next month. These things look solid!
“Stevie is a beast of a rider and needed a Fork that would hold up to sending Truckdrivers down 23 stair drops. The new Eclat Stevie Fork was built with strength in mind. Made out of full liquid post heat-treated seamless 4130 crmo with fully cnc’d steerer and butted fork blades, the Stevie Fork uses peg friendly invest cast dropouts and clearance for 2.40″ and larger tires. Stevie wanted the fork to be available for all riders so we offer the fork in two offsets, 26mm for technical street riding and a more traditional 32mm for all round riding. Weighing in at 1028g (36.26oz) these forks are the perfect balance between strength and weight, and with Stevie’s stamp of approval what more could you want in a fork?”
Who doesn’t like a good Hawian shirt eh? I know I’m a big fan of the old floral print and was particularly excited when I saw these new Hucker signature seat’s up on Demolition‘s Instagram today. Lovely stuff.
Here’s a sneak peek of @mikehucker‘s new signature Hawaiian tripod seats! If you’re at #texastoast this weekend, you can get a glimpse of it in person on Hucker’s bike. These bad boys will be available early 2015.
You may or may not have seen little bits and pieces of the Jeff Wescott signature Mutiny Comb frame but now Mutiny have dropped the specs and this snap of the Comb in all it’s golden glory, no word on when it’ll be exactly out but it should be around springtime. This little number will be available in flat black as well as what Mutiny are dubbing ‘Honey Gold’. I’m really feeling the subtly high-spec features on this frame like the BB wishbone, the elliptical down tube and the taller head tube. 20.9″, 21.25″ and 21.5″ 74.9 degree head tube 4.9″ head tube length Plain gauge top tube and elliptical down tube 9.1″ stand-over Investment cast wishbone 13.2″ – 13.7″ chain stay length Drop out designed to sit flush with peg Clearance for 2.4″ tyres Removable brake lugs Integrated seat clamp
More new product hype from Stranger. Here is a look at their new Ballast front and rear hubs which will be due out soon. Using Primo’s snap-on plastic hub guards and Mix cassette internals on the rear these super beefy hub feature extra thick flanges to keep thing in ship-shape after even the most brutal of grinds.
Check the front hub HERE >> Continue reading
As seen over on our Instagram page, is a look at a new Alloy Crank Primo are working on. Using the new almost 15 year old Powerbite crank, it looks like the boys in Cali have made it two piece and are now using a 16 spline pinch interface rather than the traditional square-taper the original crank were always famous for. Looking forward to seeing more on these soon…
So we’ve been seeing a few sneak peeks of these for the past year, but here is the final look at Dan Lacey’s new collab signature tire with KHE. Designed with KHE and Federal Bikes and produced by world renowned tire manufacturer Schwalbe in Germany, these 2.35″ lightweight street rubbers will be available next month in both a regular beed and a lightweight folding version. Lacey, Bruno and a few other of the Federal crew have been running these things all year and have passed with flying colours. Could this be the comeback of the folding tire?…,
“Absolutely buzzin on my my Signature tyre collaboration with KHE dropping in the next month or so. Here’s a sneak peak at the @federalbikes tread designed by my homie Aggie. They will be available with regular beaded or a lightweight foldable option.”
The new Cinema FX Freecoaster wheels and hubs are now available worldwide. Based on KHE Internals and a slimmer hubshell, these things are ready to bolt on and to take you backwards. Available in Black only in both RSD and LSD, with the complete wheel featuring Cinema’s AR777 rim.
Stevie Churchill’s signature Fireball tires from Eclat are now available. Head over to their site HERE for more info.
Take a look at Charlie Crumlish and Craig Passero’s new signature frames from S&M Bikes which will be available soon. The Tall Boy features a super tall headtube and the Whammo features super tech geometry so there is something to suit the majority of riders. Head over to their website and check them out in further detail HERE.
Fresh out of Fitbikeco’s deep old catalogue is Dan Conway’s new signature frame dubbed the Savage. This thing is built in the US with thicker gauge tubing, 1/4″ thick dropouts and double headtube gussets for strength with a tight 75.5 degree headtube angle and high 11.8 ” BB for maneuverability. The most interesting thing I found on this frame are the slots in the inner BB shell that allow your bearing-bashing weapon of choice to be held nice and steady whilst you swing that lump-hammer around like an angry Spartan.
Top tube sizes 20.75″, 21″, 21.25″, 21.5″
Chain stay length 13.275″-13.625″
Head tube angle 75.5°
Seat tube angle 71°
Investment cast seatclamp
11.8″ BB height
Mid size BB w/EZ-out punch slots
14mm, 4Q Baked,
1/4″ thick dropouts with integrated tensioners
Thread-On brake mounts angled at 5°
Weight 5.15 lbs (2.34 kg)
Colours Matte Black, Gloss Clear, Trans Green
Tree have been churning out bomb proof products for over a decade now and here are their first fork; the Okan Fork, which is available now from all Tree dealers. The Okan fork features thicker gauged yet slimmer, triple butted 4130 tubing to strengthen things up, plenty of room on the dropouts for larger diameter/ plastic pegs and a proven Tree H24 Top Cap to top it off. As well as being available in two different offsets, the Okan fork also looks to be coming out in a 25mm offset with removable brake mounts…
25mm Offset with removable brake mounts (coming soon)
Steerer Tube Length: 165mm
Bearing Race: Integrated
Offset: 25mm or 32mm options
Compression Bolt: 24×1.5mm
Comes with Tree Headset cap: 6mm or ¼” Allen Key
888g/31.7oz 32mm Dropouts
869g/31oz 25mm Dropouts
898g/32oz 25mm Dropouts with removable brake mounts (COMING SOON)
Demolition showed off their new Bipolar pegs a few weeks back at Interbike. based on their already very popular Dumbchuck pegs, these longer and slimmer versions are available with either an alloy or tougher chromoly core for those who aren’t scared of the occasional peg chink. Look out for these hitting stores around November time.