I know next to nothing about”Football” but our US contributor assures me that a few of you football fans will be psyched on this one. Mike Hoder had S&M Bikes do a limited run of these Seattle Seahawk colored BTM frames, Hoder Bars and Pitchfork XLT forks in the neon green and navy fade. If you’re looking to get your hands on these, you better have your local shop hit up The Building Distribution to get you some ordered up before they’re all gone…
These new Camo Credence frames look rad as hell. Hit up your local S&M dealer if you want one though as these things are going to fly out quick!
“Because it’s powdercoated, the paint won’t scratch off like the D.I.Y. version – it will set you back a few more bucks than a couple cans of Krylon though. Shops already snapped ‘em all up, so if you want one, see if your local is on it!”
S&M Bikes have re-released their Redneck XLT stem, Redneck FLT stem, Tuffman sprocket, compression bolt and both sizes of XLT seatclamps in the iconic shield-wrap colourway. Get on to your local shop or mail order about snapping some of these up quickly because according to S&M (much like my bag of contextualising jokes;) they’re already going fast.
The WTF frame and fork from S&M Bikes has been out for a few year now and has some really neat features that not a whole lot of people know about. Now you can gte it for a cracking deal!
It’s been awhile since we’ve made mention of the WTF frame and fork, so lets change that. Check the slideshow, watch this video explanation by the Dyl Dogand think about addin’ it to your arsenal. We just dropped the price of the frame and fork set to $399, so if you want a light strong setup for a steal, procure away!
Who doesn’t like soaring amongst the trees or down the street behind a pair of iconic chrome S&M bars, eh? S&M Bikes have just released their Mike Hoder 9″ signature bar and the monstrous Elevenz bar in chrome just in time for Chrimbo, best get a move on too as it sounds like these are getting snapped up fast. Click here for full specs…
S&M Bikes just got these brand new American Flag and Rasta wrapped L7 sprockets in. These sprockets are made in California and are CNC machined from 1/4″ thick 7075-T6 Aluminum with a heat-treated 48-spline 4130 chromoly insert. You can pick these up in 25, 28 and 30 tooth versions to suit whatever gearing you’re into.
The guys at S&M Bikes have been going crazy with those translucent finishes again and created this magnificent machine. They have taken Hoder’s signature BTM Frame and combined two of the best colours to create this wild looking trans Gold/Blue faded machine. Check it out in this neat flipbook and go hassle your local shop to order one in!
S&M always make the most entertaining promo videos’s out. Check this new one for their whole range of indestructibl Cymbal Hub Guards which are out now.
“Let Fathead explain and demonstrate the science behind the Cymbal Hubguard. Fathead has put these hubguards hard to work from the buttery ledges of the US to the rough medieval ledges of the UK. “
-4130 4Q Baked Steel
-Low Profile Shape
-Universal Fit to any hub using included adjustment washers
-Comes in Non-Drive Side, Drive Side, and Front
Spotted over on their Instagram (go follow them @sandmbmx) are some new tires in the works from S&M Bikes. Above is the “Trackmark” which is a lightweight racing tire that is now in testing and will come in both 20″ and 24″ sizes in a 2.10″ (and possibly narrower).
The Mainline Tire is already due out in a 20″ size but it looks like S&M have stepped up to the plate to bring out their own 22″ specific version, which no doubt fans of the rare but steadily growing size will be ecstatic about. The 22″ version is due out next year in both a 2.10″ and the huge 2.425″ size to keep all you older traildogs happy.
S&M just dropped this little online flip book with a bunch of info on their new US made Widemouth Pitchforks. These forks are primarily for all the 2.4″ wide tires that are coming out here, there and everywhere but they could just as easily be used if you’re a lazy so ‘n’ so who hates putting in time with a spoke key. They also feature more grind clearance on the fork legs and dropouts making them super street friendly.
The Widemouth’s are available now from S&M dealers worldwide so go hit up your local shop and get some ordered today!
Mike Hoder’s new Hoder High Bar from S&M Bikes feature the same american made straight gauge quality of the original Hoder’s, but with a taller 9 Inch rise. Check out the edit below where Mike gives you a rundown on his new Hoder High bars as he throws a new pair on his bike and takes them for a test run.
We caught a sneak peek at these at Interbike last month, and now it looks like Mike Hoder is riding a set of his updated signature Bars.
The S&M Hoder Highs now measure slightly taller at 9 Inches and 30 Inches wide. The angles are 1.5 degrees up, and 11 degrees back sweep. These new versions are 4Q Baked and feature larger radius top bends to prevent bending and to keep things sturdy. Expect to see these USA made beasts dropping later this year.
Photo nicked from the Animal Bikes Instagram.
S&M Bikes have just brought out their new 11″ rise ‘Elevenz’ bars out in very smart translucent red, blue or black colours as well matt black and the existing gloss black. So whether you’re a big lad (or lass) with the shoulders of a seasoned lumberjack or just someone who wants to learn lucky dips with their head (probably not the best idea for a trick…) these big, burly, American-made beasts are the ones for you!
Peg fiends rejoice. S&M Bikes Cymbal Hub Guards are now available!
“Our American-made hub guards are here! The Cymbal DS, Cymbal F and Cymbal R are all made from 4130 4Q baked steel, have a low profile shape and fit universally (they come with adjustment washers). They’re 14mm rear, 3/8″ front and come in black and silver. Now you can look good and spread your legs less! Hurray!”
S&M Bikes just leaked a photo up on their Instagram of a front and drive-side version of their USA made Cymbal Hub Guards. Much like the rear version which has been out for some time, these will be made at home in the USA, and being CNC machined from 4130 Chromoly will be much more resilient than tradition alloy or plastic guards Expect to see these on display next week at Interbike along with all sorts of other stuff they have been cooking up.
Much to the excitement of any rider over on Bikeguide, Terrible One just posted up a closer look at the latest re-incarnation of one of the most legendary BMX frames of all time. This version of the T1 Barcode is being made by the guys at S&M Bikes in California and should be available pretty soon so hit up T1 for anyone who wants a piece of BMX history.
“Here’s some more shots of the Barcode prototype. Hopefully these’ll answer a few more of your questions. If you want to preorder one, email Joe (email@example.com) with your TT, brake and color preferences and he’ll get back to you with information regarding the $200 deposit that’s needed to secure your order.
The small tweaks that have been made to this classic frame are as follows:
- True Temper front end
- tapered chain stay and seat stays, 7/8″ tapering to 3/4″
- redesigned 3/16 heat treated dropouts
- new integrated seat clamp
- 8.66 stand over height
- 5 lbs even
Colors will be as follows:
Gloss Black, Gloss Clear, Navy Blue, & Translucent Orange
Top tube sizes will be:
20.75″, 21.0″ & 21.25″
Brake options would be:
welded Chain Stay mounts, removable Chain Stay mounts, or no mounts at all
The frame cost is $389 plus $12 shipping in the U.S. We can ship them internationally – email Joe to find out the shipping costs to your country.”
Spotted over on Can You Dig It, here is another sneak peek at Credence’s first Stem. Now it may look awful familiar, but with Credence being manufactured in California by S&M, and Clint Reynolds being such a fan of the classic Challenger Stem, this Credence prototype pays homage to one of the greatest Stems of all time. This is the latest sample of the Stem which has had a few subtle tweaks compared to the first prototype we saw, and should be available later this year. I know a lot of you hungry trailheads are eager to get your filthy hands on one…