In the age of cosmic acid-trip neon tie dye and peperoni pizza seats it’s good to see some companies still keeping things down to earth; like Cult with their Dak fat pivotal seat which is out in this army-style green canvas colour option next month.
Spotted on Dakota Roche’s bike check over on Cult’s site.
As the wild hipster seat cover craze rages on Volume Bikes bring these to the table. Dubbed ‘The Finer Things‘ after their recent DVD release, this pivotal seat with it’s mid sized padding and canvas panelled cover it looks sturdy enough to take a beating from the pavement and your backside respectively. The Finer Things pivotal seat looks to be out very soon with the tripod version coming next month so get on to your local bike shop to snap either one up.
9.2 oz Tripod
11.5 oz Pivotal
black and green kaleidoscope
All these wild seat covers in BMX are getting nuts… Odyssey are jumping on the celestial bandwagon with these wild looking Galaxy seats that might look a little like your little sister’s leggings. They come in red (not shown) green or purple and Odyssey even brought out matching Twisted PC’s if you’re feeling super cosmic. Head over to The Union for more on these seats.
Mutiny have a new Tripod seat in the works. This one seems to use the new larger seat design that a lot of people are using, however they have worked on their own custom ergo foam design to give it a unique and classic shape. Thumbs up from us!
The Union posted some sneak peek photos of these awesome The Daily Grind‘s Tripod seat samples that may (or may not… let’s hope they do though) be hitting a shop near you someday in the near future. You really can’t beat a leather seat…
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 >>>
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.
BSD just dropped a look at some of the new product they are dropping at Interbike next week including Dan Paley’s signature grips, new coloured Donnasqueak tires and an Alex Donnachie signature frame with a 12.5″ chainstay. Click HERE to check it out!
Autum Bikes out of Berlin just hit us up with a look at their 2015 product range which will be dropping in September. These guys do an awesome job at bridging the gap between street and flatland products by offering a choice of each as well as an in between option with all their frames, forks and bars. Paired up with some sleek graphics and some really cool new colourways for this year, Autum Bikes have done an awesome job and I’m sure a lot of people are going to be stoked.
Check out the look book below, or go to their website HERE to find out how your local shop can get Autum products in for you.