Subrosa are having a little stocking sale for a limited time and they’re packed chocka-block full of the following bits ‘n’ pieces;
1 “Get Used To It” DVD
1 pair of Subrosa “Party” Socks
1 pair of Subrosa “Party” Shades
1 Venom Denim Pin Set
1 Subrosa “Stacked” patch
Assorted Subrosa Stickers
Double sided Subrosa poster
At the heavily reduced price of $29.99 (down from $50.94) you can’t go wrong with a stocking full of Subrosa gear. Whether it’s for yourself, a friend, housemate (buy your own socks, Jon…) fellow rider or just a really, really supportive partner, they’ll all be digging this. Hassle your local bike shop, mail order or Subrosa themselves at their Corner store to get your mitts on one of these.
We got a look at Subrosa’s upcoming Battle Fork a few months back at Interbike, and here we get a closer look at the beefy as hell invest cast dropouts and the packaging which looks awesome. I mean if there was an award for most original packaging in BMX, Subrosa would easily take the win.
Head over to the Subrosa site for more photos and info on the Battle Forks which will be available early next year.
In this article on Subrosa‘s site, they explain the differences in manufacturing between the ‘Hold Tight’ and ‘Forever’ top loader stems as well as giving us a preview of the yet-to-be-released ‘High Life’ riser stem. Subrosa are making the High Life to cater for street riders who wanted riser-style stems with a shorter reach than most. Click for more; Continue reading
Subrosa’s war on bike theft continues. Their new Warhead Lock is a more secure option if you’re locking to leave your bike locked up for longer. These are available from Subrosa dealers worldwide, head over to the site to check it out in more detail!
“The 2nd lock in the Subrosa Bike Thief Warfare series. This lock and cable combo is our medium level security weapon. Offers a more long term security than the Combat Lock, but is still small enough to be easily carried spot to spot.
Not recommended for long term or overnight locking, but works great on a bike rack a quick stop for some eats or just hang out.”
- High impact ABS composite cover over steel locking mechanism
– 10mm thick, 22″ long stainless steel braided cable with plastic cover
– Key entry (includes 2 keys)
– Weight: 9.8 oz
– Colors: orange / smoke
Subrosa are having a pre-release sale of their popular ‘Day of the Dead’ T-shirt from 2008 over at their site, and are even throwing in a free Subrosa sticker pack and a double sided poster. Head over to their store to grab one for yourself.
We got a good look at Subrosa’s beefy new Magnum guard sprocket at Interbike last month, and as per the Subrosa way, this thing is being ridden to hell before it gets released. Here is a sneak peek of one being tested out, note how thick the guard is, you’re not going to be grinding through that any time soon! Expect these to be out some time next year.
Spotted here on Subrosa‘s Instagram is a sneak peek at Simone Barraco’s Noster V2 is a very agreeable matte raw. Simone’s first frame was a huge hit, with its sturdy build, and no thrills affordable design. His second signature model features a steeper 75.5 head tube and will be available 2014 in Black, Trans Gold and this Raw.
Yet more Interbike sneak peeks from Subrosa. It looks like they are bringing out their own Guard Sprocket named The Magnum. We’ll have to wait a couple of weeks to find out more about this thing. Damn the Sparky’s booth is going to be stacked this year…
More Interbike sneak peek’s. Here is a cheeky shot of Simone Barraco’s second signature Frame from Subrosa. The Noster 2 will be on display at Interbike in a few weeks, and if this frame is half as good as his last one, this thing is going to be extremely popular…
Just when you thought Tire sidewall colours had been flogged to death, the guys at Subrosa have come out with a fresh new variation. What you see here is a sneak peek of their Grave Digger and Street Digger Tires which will soon be available in “Speedwall” edition, which I guess is a super short and slightly more subtle coloured sidewall. Personally I think these are a nice touch, especially if you want to ad a small accent of colour to your steed. Both tires will be available in either White or Red later on this Summer.