Odyssey’s new PRO Headsets are available now! Designed using high-quality sealed bearings and a precision tapered wedge to keep the headset tight at all times. The PRO headset is an updated version of Odyssey’s current integrated headset with taller spacers.
High-quality sealed bearings.
Color matched spacers included.
10mm, 3mm & 2mm (15mm total)
Laser etched Odyssey bearings.
Campagnolo standard spec. 1-1/8 integrated headset.
45º tapered bearings
41.8mm outer diameter (fits 42mm BMX head tubes).
Here’s one for you guys who love a bit of colour in your lives.
Colony have made 4 each of these limited edition fluorescent yellow Miner, Sweet Tooth, Teddy and The Living frame/fork/stem kits complete with headset and stem Dan’s Comp got the only one of each coming into the US, so hit danscomp.com to get your hands on one!
Total BMX have just released their 2014 product catalog. A lot of new product for this year, namely the all new Mark Webb and Kyle Baldock signature frames, as well as some park focused Stems and Alloy Pegs. All of this should be available worldwide this month, and you can expect it sell out super quickly so hit up your local Total BMX dealer today to get your pre-order in.
I’m feeling the new Green colorway on the Voltron V2…
Stolen Bikes‘ 2014 catalog just went live. Plenty of interesting look completes this year, all stacked with a variety of their aftermarket components to keep things running tight. The most notable addition to this year’s lineup is a whole range of aftermarket 24″ specific products including a Frame, heat-treated fork, wheelsets and even a larger size of their Joint Tires. I’m also kinda into the coloured Tires on the Casino model, no doubt a bit of AK influence there. All these bikes and products will be available in the next few weeks. Be sure to head over to the Stolen website for more details and info.
Mutiny Bikes have been posting sneak peeks of their new products for what seems to be an eternity now, and after a long wait their much anticipated 2013 product range is finally cropping up around the globe. The main additions this year have to be Mikey Luplow’s signature Doom Wizzard Frame, larger 8.7″ Manroid Bars, refined Lifted Stems and a full range of Tripod Seats and Posts. Mutiny have always been on point with their colour palette, and this year the choices been slimmed down somewhat but still leave you with the classic Black, Raw, Chrome and White.
As is often the case, the first place to receive the new goods is Australia and our friends at Strictly BMX have them all up on their website and available for you to check out and order right HERE. The rest of the world should expect to see all of these new products within the next month. I’m really into what the guys have done with this year’s products, slimmed down the vast amount of colour choices and leaving you with a dialed selection of parts to suit a huge variety of tastes and riding styles. Good job Mutiny.
Fiend now make a headset. This Integrated Headset with 45/45 spec sealed cartridge bearings, features a 10mm stack height aluminum cap with internal O-ring and laser etched Fiend logos. These will be available this month in your choice of Black, Raw, Bronze and Deep Red.
Due for a new headset? Check out the new headset that Sunday Bikes have out now. These should be hitting all shops and mail-orders that carry Sunday soon. If you want one, have your local shop hit up Full Factory to order one up for you today! You have chosen wisely…
“The Sunday BMX integrated headset is designed to be a quality headset at an affordable price. It offers one of the lower stack heights on the market. It’s Campagnolo standard spec. 1-1/8 integrated headset. 45º tapered bearings with 41.8mm outer diameter to fit 42mm BMX head tubes. Compatible with Odyssey GTX Gyro, GTX-R, GTX-S and Snafu Mobeus. 1-1/8″. Comes with matching 3mm and 5mm spacers.
BLACK, RAW, ANODIZED RED, ANODIZED BLUE
1-1/8 INTEGRATED HEADSET.
45º TAPERED BEARINGS
WEIGHT: 2.1 oz (w/o spacers) 2.3 oz (with spacers)”
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