United just dropped part two of their feature giving us a look at the Spring Release product they’re about to drop. This time around we get a look at the changes they’ve made to their affordable Supreme line of parts.
Tom Dugan’s bigger Fit Bike Co. Dugan Bars are now available in gloss clear and this sexy-regal-ass ‘trans ox blood’ red to match his signature frame. These bars now come in at a taller 8.75 inches tall, but the 8.45″‘s are also still available. Measuring up at 28.5 wide, 12 degree back sweep and 1 degree up sweep….oh and they weigh 2.1 pounds in case you’re asking.
Lol at this. Check out this hilarious promo video for Subrosa’s Party Bars which are available now in both 8.5″ and 9″ versions.
Here’s a look at Simone Barraco’s signature Noster Bar from Subrosa. Available in March, these bars measure up at 8.75″ tall and 28″ wide with 10 degrees back, and 3 degrees up sweep. These bars were designed with maximum input from Simone who wanted a slightly narrower box section allowing you to cut them down without having to run your grips on the bends.
Devon has a little fun giving you the lowdown of his new signature “Fuego” line from Fly Bikes and signature seat and grips. Regardless of a few hick-ups, Devon definitely knows what he likes in a bike, and along with his own personal style he wanted to bring you the best possible looking product while creating ultimate durability and performance, performance that works well for the rigors of street but also for all around riding …. Ultimately, why ride a bike that’ll hold you back? Get into “Fuego” from Fly Bikes, quality you’ll see and results you’ll feel.
Here’s a better look at the new Charlie Crumlish signature FUBAR’s from S&M Bikes. Based on the Perfect 10 Bar these 4 peice versions measure up at 10 Inches tall, 30 wide with 10 degrees back sweep and 1.5 degrees up. Charlie is testing these at the moment, but you can expect to see them released later this year.
The question is, how many pairs of Casstilo Bars could you make out of one pair of these…
Dennis Enarson has a bike check up on Ride BMX where you will spot a few new prototype signature parts he has in the works with Demolition Parts. The Rig Bars will be available in both 9″ and 9.25″ along with the Rig Cranks which use a 24mm Spindle and a squre ratchet to tighten them up which is pretty rad. Along with that Dennis’ signature Markit Tripod Seat will also be available which uses the new larger base and padding. Look forward to see all of this in March.
Spotted over on their Instagram page, it looks like S&M‘s newest recruit Charlie Crumlish is getting his own signature 4 peice bar appropriately deemed the FUBAR. At a guess I would say that these things will be at least a whopping 10 Inches tall making them perfect for all you taller guys who dig the old school vibe. Canada is stoked.
For the 91st installment of The Union‘s ‘Products’ section, Kurt takes a closer look at the ‘Tall T’ bars from Sunday Bikes, the ‘Member’ V2 sprocket from Cult, the new ‘Valor’ tire from The Shadow Conspiracy, the ‘Aegis’ hub guards from Profile Racing and finally the 2014 ‘Malum’ complete from Subrosa. Hit the picture above or this link for the full low-down on all the featured bits ‘n’ bobs.
In it’s 90th edition, The Union has a good look at the ‘Legion’ frame from Stolen, the ‘Unity’ front load stem from Madera, the ‘Freedom’ bars from Freed Bikes, the ‘LT’ rear hub guard from from The Daily Grind and the Scott Ditchburn signature ‘Slide or Die’ pegs from The Shadow Conspiracy- I can see these being very popular. Head over to The Union for full specs and measurements on all these components.
Drew Hosselton has a signature pair of bars from Volume Bikes which will be dropping in March. The Barista Bars are 9 Inches tall making them the largest Bars Volume make. We don’t have all the specs right now, but we’ll be sure to post them once we can get them from Volume. Oh and they are guarantied to give you Drew’s mad Fakie Icepick skills or your money back.
Boom, you like 4 piece Bars? Check out the new Hardy Bars the guys at Colony are working on…
Prototype 4 pc “Hardy Bars” arriving here next week for testing. 8.65″ high 28″ wide 10.5 back sweep 1.5 up sweep. Available in the USA and Australia in April with other markets in July. Available gloss black, chrome and ED Red. More details on our site next week.
Chad Kerley’s signature bars from Premium just dropped and they put together this video to give you a closer look at them. Made from fully heat-treated, 11-butted chromoly with a rise of 8.25, 8.5″ and 8.75″ and a width of 28″. They have 12-degrees of back sweep, 1-degree of upsweep and come in colors of black, gold and silver with a weight of 26 oz. (8.5″).
The CK Frame, Fork and Bars are available now, hit up your local Premium dealer today to pick up the whole kit and have your self a bike as fresh as Chad’s!
David Grant has a bike check up on the BSD site where you can see what he’s riding at the moment. Be sure to check out the exclusive interview we did with David HERE a few months back about his signature Raider Frame and Bars that he rocking here. Also worth noting the prototype Alex D BSD Tires that David and a lot of the team are riding at the moment.
For this week’s ‘Products‘ section, Kurt over at The Union has a look at the 22mm ‘Column’ cranks from Profile Racing, the ‘Broadcaster’ frame from Sunday Bikes, the ‘Boss’ bars from Cult, the ‘Classic Logo’ beanie from Freed Bikes and finally the ‘BF3′ complete bike from Fit Bike Co of which we posted a flipbook on here last week. Grab a bib and check them out…
Wethepeople’s UK tech wizard Mike Curley has a bike check up on their site where you can check out his signature Switch Bar which be available later next year.
MATERIAL: Full liquid post heat-treatment on 4130 “M2“ crmo
TUBING: 7/8” multiple butted
SPECIALS: Oval section cross tube
COLORS: black, acidized black, red, cp
WEIGHT: (estimated) 812 g (28.64 oz : 1.79 lbs)
Head over to their blog to check out Mike’s bike in further detail HERE.
Who doesn’t like soaring amongst the trees or down the street behind a pair of iconic chrome S&M bars, eh? S&M Bikes have just released their Mike Hoder 9″ signature bar and the monstrous Elevenz bar in chrome just in time for Chrimbo, best get a move on too as it sounds like these are getting snapped up fast. Click here for full specs…
Our good friends in Germany Wethepeople and Eclat just sent us a nice little Christmas package containing the new Pete Sawyer Sterling Frame, Fork and Bar. To match that they also threw in the all new 24mm Spline Drive Onyx Cranks and Channel Sprocket. We’re going to be giving you a closer look at all of these parts over the new few weeks so keep attention to the site for an inside look at these rad new products, how they perform and what went into making them.
The Sterling range and the 24mm Onyx Cranks are available now worldwide, so go hit up your local WTP/Eclat dealer today to get yours ordered in!