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
*Party poppers* Whey! (that’s the first time in months I’ve used an exclamation mark on this site…. savour the excitement people.) Here it is, The Union‘s centenary edition of it’s weekly Products feature, this week we get the low down on the Ruben pedals from Fly Bikes, my personal flavour-of-the-week; the Disaster guard from The Shadow Conspiracy, the Saberetooth sprocket from Sunday Bikes, Madera‘s V2 Pilot front hub and lastly the Deathrow V2 bars from Cult. Head over to The Union for the full specs on all these great bits ‘n’ bobs.
Wethepeople just put out this sweet promo featuring Raul Ruiz and Andrew Jackson riding their top-end Envy Complete Bike in the streets of LA. This bike features a fully aftermarket Frame, Fork and Bar along with a heap of the latest Eclat parts like the new 8t Pulse hub and 24mm Onyx Cranks.
To find out more about the Envy head over to the website HERE.
Shadow’s new universal Disaster Guard is now available. Check out this neat how to the guys in Florida put together explaining how to install it properly. Now go smash stuff!
“We put this short “How To” video together to show the installation process our our new Disaster Guard. This should clear up any questions you may have about it. If you have any more questions please contact us through our Facebook or Instagram accounts and we can answer them for you.” – The Shadow Conspiracy
Fit are at it again with the rad paintjobs. Here is Benny L’s tech street frame in this matte black to translucent smoke black colorway. Get full details on the frame right here over on the Fit website.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, if I had complete’s like this when I was a nipper….. The Union just dropped this Insight article on the Stolen Bike Co 2014 Heist complete and this shit looks smart. This is the middle-of-the-range bike in Stolen’s 2014 line up but I think it’s fair to say it’s looking as premium as you can get! I’m particularly looking at the rad drivetrain consisting of the MOB cranks, alloy sprocket, 9t sealed cassette hub and Thermalite pedals, it’s more than enough to keep those youngsters running (or pedaling rather…) circles around you.
The Heist comes in at a very modest 24.6 lbs ;quite literally half the weight of my first complete and is available from Dan’s Comp (or hit up your local Stolen dealer) for about 450 bucks. Head over to The Union for a better look at the Heist’s specs and measurements.
After our Yesterday’s News earlier this week, its awesome to see that Animal are working on giving the classic GLH Tire a makeover. Spotted on Jared Washington’s bike is a look at the new updated version which looks to be nice and big and have a dark red sidewall. Animal are working on a lot of new products right now so I’d expect we will see more on this one soon…