Category: Frame

Mutiny Grant Castelluzzo Frame


Head over to the Mutiny site for a look at team manager and technical grind wizard Grant C’s new ride. Grant is rocking a sample of his signature frame which will be available later this year.

“The specs are 75 ht, 13inch rear end slammed, 11.8bb, 70-degree seat tube, 8.8″ stand over, smaller drop outs that sit more flush with my peg, and a bunch of top tube sizes ranging from 20.2 all the way to 21.1. We are using a few different tubes than our last frames and it will be completely brakeless. The reason for these changes is to help keep the cost down. We want it to be as close to $300 retail. I want as many people as possible to be able to ride my frame. I couldn’t be anymore psyched on the way it is all turning out.”

Stranger Nomad Frame


Stranger‘s much anticipated new Nomad Frame is the first frame they’ve brought out since their re-birth and integration into the Tip Plus family last year. The Nomad is a team frame and has been in testing from Eric Lichtenbereger, Gabe Brooks and the rest of the team since September. The frame boasts nice street friendly geometry which should keep everyone happy and is available in three sizes and your choice of Black or Raw.

  • Full seamless heat-treated 4130 Chromoly tubing
  • Straight guage tubing to prevent denting
  • Double gusseted head tube
  • Removable brake mounts
  • 9″ standover height
  • Frame size: 20.75″, 21″, 21.4″
  • Back-end: 13.5″
  • Heat Tube: 75°
  • Seat Tube: 70°
  • Color: E.D. Black, Matte Raw

The Nomad frame is available now from Tip Plus in the US, and should be available from Stranger dealers worldwide at the beginning of next month.

Cult S.O.S. Frame


The SOS frame is dropping in May from the guys over at Cult and it features a more responsive geometry than their current frames, while still maintaining that classic Cult look. 75.5 head tube, 13″ rear end slammed and a 8.65″ standover height will make this a very popular frame for those who are tech-street riders.

TT Size: 20”, 20.5”, 20.75”, 21”, and 21.25”
Headset Type: Integrated (Campy Spec)
Brake Mounts: Removable (Included)
BB Type: Mid
BB Height: 11.7″
Chainstay: 13″ – 13.325″
Headtube Angle: 75.5°
Seattube Angle: 70°
Seattube Height: 8.65″
Seatpost Size: 25.4mm
Seat Clamp: Integrated
Dropout Size: 14mm

Product Focus – Federal Spring 2014


Ever since the very birth of the brand, the guys at Federal Bikes always manage to refine their product range with every season. From subtle colour changes, all the way through to brand new signature products, Federal never seem to disappoint when it comes to releasing a new season of products. This week the guys in Hastings are showing off their Spring/Summer drop of Frames and Parts which will be available worldwide at the beginning of next month including Stevie Churchill’s signature Bar.

Click through for exclusive first look at what is new for this season…  Continue reading

Spotted – United Mothership V3 in Camo


Damn just when you thought you had seen all the Camo you could handle, United step it up a notch. Spotted here is a sneak peek at Nathan William’s third version of his signature Mothership frame from United in a wild real tree camo. Nathan is testing this thing out now but expect to see (or not…) more information about the new frame soon…

Aaron Ross Bike Check

Sunday just posted up a bike check with technical street wizard and social media fiend Aaron Ross. Aaron is riding his new signature Motoross Frame which will be available from Sunday dealers worldwide at the end of the month.

If you look closely you will also notice he is running the prototype Odyssey Freecoaster we spotted a while back. I’m looking forward to finding out more about that one…


Spotted – Sunday 18″ Radocaster Frame


Spotted over on The Union. Look’s like Sunday are bringing their high-tech frame building technology to the smaller guys out there with a 18″ wheeled frame.

Here’s something rad we came across from Sunday Bikes! They’re currently working on an aftermarket frame that’s designed for the younger guys not quite ready to run a full 20″ wheel. The 18″ Radocaster frame is full chromoly, features geometry like the bigger frames, has the Wave down tube gusset, hollow drop outs and more. This frame is currently being test but expected to be out later this year around Fall.

United “Trail Riders United” Frame


United‘s mystery USA made dirt frame we saw a few weeks back has a name. The “Trail Riders United” (TRU) Frame will be made in New York by the fine folks at FBM Bikes  and is now in testing by team riders Ryan Lloyd and Jimmy Rushmore.

These beauties should be available later this Summer in limited quantities so go hit up your local United dealer today and show him how rad that head tube badge looks!

Take a look at Ryan Lloyd’s prototype all built up HERE -  Continue reading

Spotted – United G-Slatt Frame


Spotted here is a look at Geoff Slattery’s second signature Frame from United dubbed the G-Slatt. Geoff is riding a fresh sample now, but the frame is due out in July. No idea on the spec’s just yet, but I’d expect this thing was designed to be strong go fast!

Geoff is out in Austin at the moment on an Eclat trip, so some of you ATX locals out there can expect to see him flying around on his fresh steed.

BSD Beverage ‘Wherizona’ Promo

Check out the promo video for Tony Malouf’s signature ‘Wherizona’ Beverage from from BSD which is available now. Take a closer look at this rad colourway in the flipbook below.

The WheriZona Beverage, available alongside the original Beverage frame is now coming in a new one-off trans orange with custom WheriZona graphics. So we decided to take a trip out to Arizona to film Tony’s frame promo and acompanying lookbook that you can check out here…

Fit WIFI Frame Promo

Fit‘s Jack Elkins and Dan Conway both ride the WIFI frame, so they got together to film a some clips and talk to you about why they like the frame so much. Check it out!

“We’ve been making the WIFI frame for a little while now, but its still a team favorite. The steep head tube angle, short rear end and low BB make it a super responsive street frame that’s a great fit for dudes of all sizes. Watch Conway and Elkins put theirs to the test.” – Fit Bike Co.

Spotted – Total Killabee in Yellow


Here’s a sneak peek at Australian park ripper Kyle Baldock’s signature frame from Total BMX in a wild bright Yellow colourway. With a frame called the Killabee, you would have to expect them to bring it out in Yellow at some point.

Expect to see plenty of these badboys going upside down and spinning both ways at a skatepark near you soon. Check out some more photos HERE.  Continue reading

Fit Trans Ice Blue Mac Frame



The Fit Bike Co MAC Shawn McIntosh signature frame has been out of stock for a little while but Fit just dropped a new batch with the addition of this translucent ice-blue finish shown above and it’s looking sexy as hell.  Mac’s signature Bars are also available in this rad finish if you felt like getting the matching set. Hit up your local Fit dealer to bag yourself one of these beasts.