FBM‘s new Black Flag Bars are now available in an additional meaty 9 inch rise. These bars are handmade from straight gauge 4130 in house at FBM’s machine shop in New York and tested by FBM’s finest so you know these are built to take it. Hit up your local shop and get ’em to nab you a set.
Colours: Gloss Black, Clear
Rise: 8.625″, 9″
Back Sweep: 12 degrees
Up Sweep: 2 degrees
Material: Straight Gauge, 0.065″ wall main bars, 4130 Chromoly
Click the image to see it supersized or head over to FBM’s site to see more.
Fit‘s Jack Elkins and Dan Conway both ride the WIFI frame, so they got together to film a some clips and talk to you about why they like the frame so much. Check it out!
“We’ve been making the WIFI frame for a little while now, but its still a team favorite. The steep head tube angle, short rear end and low BB make it a super responsive street frame that’s a great fit for dudes of all sizes. Watch Conway and Elkins put theirs to the test.” – Fit Bike Co.
Total BMX just posted up a sneak peek of Daniel Sandoval’s signature “Sandstorm” Frame which will be available in the Fall/Autumn later this year. I’m really into the Sandtorm Blue (pictured) but the frame will also be available in Dirty Red and Black.
Head on over to the Red Bull Bike website to check out a fresh bike check with Matthias Dandois where he explain the reason why he chooses a more street based setup that works for all disciplines.
“I ride Street as much as I ride flat. I don’t want to have two bikes that would a pain to switch bikes all the time. Also, Street frames look way better than Flatland frames and you can definitely ride Flatland with a Street frame.”
Cult just dropped this photo of the newest Cult X The Simpsons collaboration bike that’s available now and I must say I wouldn’t mind one of these Adam Roye pieces on my bedroom wall at home. Get your hands on those grips and feet on those pedals by getting your local bike shop to contact one of Cult’s distributors.
HAPPY APRIL FOOLS DAY!!!!
Alone have been at the forefront of the UK BMX scene for years now and always seem to be working on the next big product that will have a huge impact on the industry. Earlier this week they got in contact with us with a huge new project that had been in the works for a few years now, and today we are proud to give you the exclusive first look at their new range of “Bender” mini BMX bikes. Brand owner James Hitchcox explains more about these revolutions new bikes and why you should be investing in one of your own.
Check out the interview here- Continue reading
Christian Rigal just posted a photo of his new bike which features a new colorway of his signature United frame and larger 9.1″ bars as well as some sample plastic pegs and 2.40″ Dennis Enarson ‘Rig’ tires from Demolition. Expect to see all of these parts available later this year.
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
BSD just posted a bike check with UK tech shredder Sam Jones who just built up a new ride along with the new Alex D Donnasqueak Tires that we previewed a few months back. Who’s feeling that Grey?…
*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.