Even though I write this behind slightly gritted teeth after chipping my front ones on a rail the other week, this is seriously cool; Subrosa dropped this promo video demonstrating the ease with which their portable Street Rail is set up, ridden, and disassembled again, it collapses via allen key bolts into 4 ft sections for easy loading into cars and is (obviously) high, long and robust enough for BMX use.
Wow! Subrosa just dropped their 2015 range of complete bikes, and damn do they look good. Plenty of wild two-tone colour schemes and pro-inspired bikes, this years range of bike is looking better than ever! Check them out in the flipbook bellow!
“We are so stoked to launch our new 2015 Complete Bike Collection today. Everyone at Subrosa has been working long and hard on these bikes and we are damn proud of the line.
You’ll notice some new additions to the line including the Altus Balance, Altus 16″ and the Malum 26″. I’m very excited about increasing the bikes we offer to cater to everyone from young guns just learning to ride, to the veteran shredders that still want to rage around town.
We’ve also added some awesome new signature models for our pro team members Hoang Tran and Simone Barraco! These bikes are killer and modeled after the bikes they actually ride. This way you can rock a bike like them no matter what your budget is.
Take a look through the catalog, and check out the complete bike product page for all the spec and then hit up your local shop or favorite mailorder to make sure they get the one you want. Bikes will begin arriving worldwide in the beginning of September.”
Subrosa just dropped these photos of Joris Coulomb’s signature colour scheme/graphics for Simone Barraco’s Noster V2 frame on their site. I think it’s safe to say that this bike would make Prince cry tears of pure, purple jealousy. Look out for this machine coming out this June.
Another helpful products from the boys at Subrosa! If you’re always complaining you have nothing to ride then you’re in luck as they will be releasing a flat rail that you can buy and assemble and you’re ready to shred! The Street rail will be out this fall, check out what the guys had to say below…
“Something wicked this way comes. Introducing the Subrosa Street Rail. BMX specific, 8ft long, 18in tall, 2.25″ diameter round rail, hardened steel, disassembles for easy transport.
A great tool whether you are a pro using this as a fun warm up spot, or a rider just trying to build their rail confidence and trick list.
That pretty much sums up your new favorite spot. Available at shops and mailorders worldwide this fall.”
First locks, now lights. Subrosa is expanding it’s range of safety and security accessories tailor made for BMX riders. The new Combat lights will be available this fall, and simply clip on to your bars/seatpost with a rubberized clip.
No one like a nasty fine from the cops for riding at night without lights, so having a pair of these in your bag for the ride home in the evening. Smart and affordable, what’s not to like?
Subrosa‘s front man and all around awesome human being Ryan Sher just built up a fresh new bike featuring all the new Subrosa and Shadow parts that just dropped worldwide. The Union caught up with him and did a bike check so you can check out Ryan’s new beast in all it’s glory.
Because sometimes one colour just isn’t enough… Subrosa just brought out these flashy red-to-black fade Turbo Rims worldwide for all you colourway fiends out there. The Tubro rims come in 36-hole only, constructed from 34mm wide, heat-treated 6061-T6 with a welded seam as standard, they also weigh in at 17 oz/482 g. If the whole fade thing isn’t doing it for you Subrosa still offer this great rim in black, gold and polished too, head over to their site for a closer look.
Subrosa have teamed up with local Florida based BMX store Emmitt BMX to do a unique small run of team rider Mark Mulville’s signature Silva II Frame with just came out. They went with the trans black colour (which looks badass!) and a rad graphics kit which any reptile lover will be in to.
Wow today has been heavy for bike checks! Here is Scott Ditchburn’s latest ride which you can check out in closer detail over on the Shadow site. Scott is running his new signature Thunderbeast Frame from Subrosa which is available now along with the Magnum Guard Sprocket which he is also running.
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