Check out what’s new with Fiend for 2015. Plenty of new products in their latest catalog including the Garrett Reynolds Frame, Bar, Stem and Seat as well as a freecoaster and tripod seats. All of these products should be out around Winter time.
“Kriss chose to set up the new Midnight blue Passenger frame and bars with the new BSD Acid Forks. He’s also running the new dust blue colour parts which includes new Dan Paley Slims grips, Safari Pedals, Donnasqueak Tires and Kriss’ own signature series Passenger Seat. All new products will be available from early December”
The Acid Fork is a spin-off from the Ghetto Fork and comes with 30mm offset investment cast dropouts, plenty of clearance for 2.4″ tyres and an integrated headset race. And what’s more is that if you like the look of this steed Kriss is standing with, you can win it here.
The guys at Fitbikeco released the above bike check slide of Van Homan’s new Fit Savage steed and within it’s pages shows a peek of Van’s prototype signature ‘Vandlebar’ handlebars that are currently in the works. I think it’s stating the obvious to say that if they’re gonna be good enough for Van Homan…
Your favourite riders, favourite rider is getting a signature grip from BSD and damn does it look good. The Thins grips use a classic mushroom pattern with a super sticky compound and long 160mm length making them simply irresistible. Go grab a pair when they are out next month and keep the food on Paley’s table.
WeThePeople just dropped news on their new Supreme Hubs which will be available soon. Looks like the cassette now uses a 12mm axle with a 14mm shoulder in the dropouts.
“A lot of people were very sad to see the Supreme hubs go back in 2010, well now we are psyched to bring them back. Both hubs have a bang up to date shape and come exclusively with female axles. The rear hub uses a 12mm female bolt (but is for 14mm dropouts) design and a flipped pawl system (Q-lite) where the pawls are located in the hub shell and the ratchet is machined directly into the driver. This allows for x6 integrated pawl/springs which can be flipped to change the drive direction from RHD to LHD. The hub now features a full bushing driver meaning that driver blow-outs are a thing of the past. The front hub follows the same styling with 3/8” female bolts and subtle logo detailing on the edge of the flange, and weighting in at 683g for the set these are just about the lightest hubs going. It goes without saying of course that they are available with a matching set of hub guards made from 7075 alloy.”
Eclat just posted a sneak peek at their new Aeon Crank which will be available next month. Looks like a 22mm 2pc crank with some kind of expanding wedge system.
These are a 2pc 22mm crank using our new ESS (Expanding Spline System) making them incredibly strong, yet super easy to install and remove. No more taking a hammer to your cranks ever again.
Pictured above is a new longer 52mm reach version of Odyssey‘s
SXTN stem Aaron Ross signature BOSS Stem which also has a taller 35mm rise. You can also see the original 48mm Sean Sexton STXN reach version below which is out now with a 33mm rise. Photo by @otxdesign. Find out more HERE >> Continue reading
Primo have a new fork due out early next year. The Pro Fork HD uses a super short 13mm invest cast dropout, much like the strand fork they did a few years back. Is this the beginning of a new trend of super short offset forks?
Three new bars coming soon from Sunday! Seen here on their Instagram page is a look at the Solar, Jackal and Manhandle bars which will be out soon. I seem to be remembering that the Jackal bars are in fact Chris Childs signature model which is rad because that dude rips…
WeThePeople just updated their site with a whole year’s worth on new product goodness. Head over there and check out their new line of complete bikes, frames and parts!
Here’s a look at Broc Raiford’s new signature Anchor Forks coming soon from Volume. These use a super short invest cast dropout making them nose manual friendly. Look out for more info on these dropping soon…
S&M‘s Charlie Crumlish and Craig Passero’s signature frames are now available! Check out this quick slideshow for a look at the specs and production paint jobs.
Dakota Roche’s new signature DAK frame from Cult is now available. Built around their classic OS frame, Dak’s version uses a taller 9.25″ standover height and his own signature gussets and graphics. Head over to the Cult site for a bike check with Dak and his homie Cody who just built up fresh Dak frames themselves…
Made from revised 100% cult classic tubing for increased strength… cult logo embossed top tube gussets, dak logo embossed down tube gussets, integrated headtube, externally machined mid BB shell, investment cast seatpost clamp and seatstay bridge, tapered seatstays with removable brake mounts, s-bend chainstays with room for 2.40” tires, and 5mm thick heat-treated dropouts. DAK inspired graphics…
20” 20.5” 20.75” 21” 21.25”
black & brown
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 >>>
Eclat just posted a look at their new Stevie Churchill fork which will be out next month. These things look solid!
“Stevie is a beast of a rider and needed a Fork that would hold up to sending Truckdrivers down 23 stair drops. The new Eclat Stevie Fork was built with strength in mind. Made out of full liquid post heat-treated seamless 4130 crmo with fully cnc’d steerer and butted fork blades, the Stevie Fork uses peg friendly invest cast dropouts and clearance for 2.40″ and larger tires. Stevie wanted the fork to be available for all riders so we offer the fork in two offsets, 26mm for technical street riding and a more traditional 32mm for all round riding. Weighing in at 1028g (36.26oz) these forks are the perfect balance between strength and weight, and with Stevie’s stamp of approval what more could you want in a fork?”