Saturday once again! That means it’s time for another round of Products: for you to get a look at! This week we’ll be taking a closer look at the new Saber sprocket from Profile Racing, the Revolver rim from Stolen Bikes, the Noctis cranks from The Shadow Conspiracy, Devon Smillie’s signature Fuego frame from Fly Bikes and then we’ll wrap it up with the 16″ Juvenile complete from Cult! Ready? Let’s do this!
Let’s face it… There are A LOT of sprocket options out there now days between bolt on and spline drive sprockets. The guys at Profile Racing wanted to make it easier for you to decide by creating the Saber sprocket. The sprocket is CNC machined out of 7075 aluminum with a clean look and laser etched finish. The middle is unique because it has a universal adaptor slot that allow you to run 19mm and 22mm spline drive or 19mm and 22mm bolt on inserts for those of you without the 48-spline spindles. The Saber is available in black only with sizes of 25, 28, 30 and 33 tooth versions with 1/8″ thick teeth and 36 tooth through 45 tooth in 3/32″ for the race guys.
The Saber sprocket is available for $65.99 – $75.99 in the Profile Racing Webstore or you can have your local shop hit up Profile directly to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Profile Racing and their products by visiting their website — ProfileRacing.com
Time for some new cranks? Have you checked out Seth Kimbrough’s signature Noctis cranks from The Shadow Conspiracy yet? These cranks have 175mm long 7075-T6 alloy arms with dual pinch bolts that are left and right hand drive compatible and feature the proprietary Shadow pedal boss system. The arms slide on to a 16-spline, 22mm hollow heat-treated 4130 chromoly spindle that is strong without adding weight. The Noctis cranks come in colors of black, white, Crimson red, Highlighter blue, Highlighter yellow, purple, raw polished, Perma blue and copper with a weight of 33.7 oz.
Does your rim have more hops than Michael Jordan in his prime? Maybe it’s time you get yourself a new rim. The Revolver rim from Stolen might just be what you need. This 36-hole rim is extruded from 6061 aluminum and features a double wall design that is light without sacrificing strength. You can also find an offset spoke pattern to help achieve a stronger lacing. This rim is 34.1mm wide, with a sidewall height of 13.4mm and comes in colors of matte black, matte Electric blue, matte Electric red or matte white with a weight of 14.8 oz.
You can find out more about Stolen Bike Co. and their products by visiting their website — StolenBMX.com
Have you checked out Devon Smillie’s signature Fuego frame from Fly Bikes yet? This full seamless 4130 chromoly frame has a 75.5-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 9″ stand over height, 11.75″ bottom bracket height and a 13.80″ chain stay length. The frame features an internal gusset on the top tube and an offset thickness internal gusset on the down tube, a tapered and butted top and down tube, a multi-butted down tube, tapered chain and seat stays with investment cast bridges, investment cast drop outs with integrated chain tensioners, the Easy Brake System removable brake mounts and a 4130 investment cast seat post clamp with their Horizontal Cut System for better clamping. The Fuego is available in black, burgundy, raw and Stainless steel with a top tube length of 21″ and a weight of 5.13 lbs.
You can find out more about Fly Bikes and their products by visiting their website — FlyBikes.com
Got some kids that want to get into BMX but they’re too little for a 20″ bike? Well, take a look at the Juvenile 16″ complete from Cult. This bike features a 6061 aluminum frame with a 16.5″ top tube length, 8″ rise, 24″ width bars with DeHart min grips, 127mm chromoly 3-piece cranks with a 25 tooth sprocket, a Cult 410 chain and PC pedals, the Cult Mini padded 1-piece seat and post combo, a 3/8″ sealed cassette rear wheel with a 9-tooth driver. This bike is designed to look like the pro’s bikes, but scaled down to fit the little rippers. The Juvenile 16″ comes in Burgundy with black parts. If you have child that’s smaller or slightly bigger, this bike is also available in a 12″ and 18″ version.
The Juvenile 16″ is available for $359.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Tip Plus (West Coast), Greenhouse (Midwest) or Animal Bikes (East Coast) to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Cult and their products by visiting their website — CultCrew.com.
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