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.”
Stevie Churchill’s signature Fireball tires from Eclat are now available. Head over to their site HERE for more info.
Cult pretty much restarted the whole coloured tire thing a couple of years ago and its no surprise they have been working on some more. Look out for their new bigger range of rubber coming in Dark Gum and White in the next few months.
The classic DEHART TIRE comes in 2.2 & 2.35… The DEHART SLICK comes in 2.40…Both DEHART tires will be coming in the new DARK GUM and WHITE as well as the traditional Black & Gum…The VANS TIRE comes in a 2.35 and only available in Black… New colors available worldwide in October…
Spotted on Radio Bikes new German street connect Leon Hoppe’s new ride are these wild looking all Gum Eclat Fireball tires which are set to be available late October/Novemeber time. How good do these things look on an all Black bike?
This time on The Union’s Products feature Kurt looks at the High Rise stem from Kink, Garrett Reeves’ signature grips from Sunday Bikes, the Team sprocket from Freed Bikes, Simone Barraco’s signature Strada tire from The Shadow Conspiracy and finally the new Cult X Starter limited edition snapback hat… Kurt even sneaks in a t shirt of his own making at the end. Go and have a butchers.
Spotted at Interbike last week is Merritt‘s new Option street tire which uses a dual compound rubber. the sidewall uses a harder rubber which helps protect from grind damage and aids sliding with a touch of wax. Neat idea!
Eclat will be realising their super grippy Ridegstone Tire in a larger 2.40″ size for those of you who prefer a larger tire. They will also be releasing the tires in a super sticky gum compound too as well as a few other colours later on this year.
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!
Eclat had a few new parts on display at the Eurobike tradeshow this weekend in Germany. Look out for more info on these next week at Interbike. Who’s feeling those wild Fireball tires?
Click on through for a sneak peek at what’s coming from those guys later this year and onwards.
BSD Just dropped a bike check with Alex D who is running a prototype of his signature frame, as well as his signature Donnasqueak Tires which will be available in Dark Red to match the rest of their parts which are out now in that colour. Expect to see both of these new parts available this Novemeber. Damn that has to be the shortest rear end I’ve seen on a street frame…
Yup someone went there… Odyssey are the first to break the 2.40″ mark and now offer their hugely popular Mike Aitken Tire in 2.45″.
ATTENTION AITKEN TIRE FANS! We now offer this classic tread in a new 20×2.45″ size. Same popular tire that you know and love, just bigger. Hit up your local shop or favorite mail order.
Stevie Churchill’s signature Fireball tire from Eclat is now available in some countries, with other getting their deliveries in the next few weeks. Coming in both 2.30″ and 2.40″ sizes, the Fireball Tire is available in your choice of Black, Gum with black sidewall, and Red with Black sidewall, with more colours due out later this year.
Sunday Bikes have added a dash of colour to their Current tire. The tire is now available in four options; black, tan wall, red with black wall and blue with black wall. This affordable tire comes in 2.10″ (all black) and 2.25″ (all colors) for the wallet friendly price of only $19.99 each.
Here’s another look at Tommy Dugan ‘s upcoming Odyssey signature tires due out later this year in 2.30″ and 2.40″. Looks like they took the super popular Hawk tire and given it some more beef.
More Tommy Dugan signature products coming soon from Odyssey. Seen here is a sneak peek at his signature tire which will be available in both 2.40 and 2.30. It also look’s like Tommy has given a topload stem a go, he’s running a one-off camo sample of Sean Sexton’s Stem that he must have found at the OTX design office in Austin…
Odyssey‘s very popular Chase Hawk Tires are now available in Grey with a Black reflective stripe making them not only stand out over a Black tire, but also reflective and safer at night, perfect for those late night street rides. Expect to see these available from Odyssey dealers worldwide pretty soon in 2.20″ and 2.40″.
Check out the Cult Dehart 2.40″ Tires in both Gum, and the new colours White and Drak Gum which will be available in September on all of their Tires. This Dark Gum colour is a closer match to their grips and also the colour you will find on the gummy sole of a Vans shoe, which means you can expect to see the Vans tire get the same treatment…
Eclat‘s new Ridegstone Tires are now available with a Black sidewall and a bright Green or Blue tread. These are available now so go grab a set from your local Eclat dealer today before they are all gone!
Those burgundy and black T/A tires from Fit Bike Co. you may have seen on Brandon Begin’s bike earlier this year are out now! If you’re pick up a set act fast because they’re selling fast. Hit up your favorite shop or mail-order to get some. Available in 2.40″ and 2.30″.
Fit’s new T/A Tire is now available in this wild Red marble colour which you may have noticed on Brandon Begin’s bike recently. These are out now in 2.3″ and 2.4″. Check out another photo after the jump.