99 problems but writing a weekly Products: column ain’t one. It’s that time again and we’re just shy of hitting 100 weeks in a row! This week we’ll kick things off with Profile Racing‘s Elite hub that is now available with a 14mm male axle, the new Battle fork from Subrosa, The Daily Grind‘s Combatant snapbacks, Stolen‘s Rebellion front wheel and then we’ll wrap it up with the Soundwave frame from Sunday Bikes. Ready? Let’s do this!
This past week Profile Racing added another option for their popular Elite hub after a lot of requests. The Elite hub is CNC machined right here in the U.S out of aluminum and features a ratchet ring with a one-piece chromoly 9 or 10 tooth driver with 6 pawls creating 204 points of engagement and sounds like a swarm of bees when you are riding and 5 sealed bearings to keep you rolling smooth. Now they have added the option of running a 14mm male axle for those of you who want to run the hub, but would also like to grind without the fear of wrecking the female axle.
You can pick this hub up in right or left side drive with colors of black, polished, matte black, red, blue, gold, green, purple, white and aqua for right side drive or in black and polished with only a 9-tooth driver option for left side drive (for now). For existing Elite hub owners, a 14mm conversion kit has been made available that includes the axle, cones and jam nuts as well.
The Elite hub up with a 14mm axle is available for $359.99 in the Profile Webstore or you can have your local shop hit up Profile Racing 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
Looking into a new fork for your setup? Subrosa just released their new Battle fork for you to get your hands on. This 30mm offset fork is made from 4130 chromoly tubing with a 1-piece steerer tube that is post-weld heat-treated. This fork features a 38mm oversized crown that supports the larger 32mm legs that are fluted, butted and tapered with 6mm thick Investment cast drop outs at the bottom for increased strength. There is also an ED anti-rust coating, a 6061 hard anodized alloy top cap along with cut lines and recessed threads on the steerer tube. The Battle fork comes in colors of matte black, chrome and Cheetah black with a weight of 36.2 oz.
You can find out more about Subrosa and their products by visiting their website — SubrosaBrand.com
It’s a well known fact that you cannot have enough hats! The Daily Grind have just released their new Combatant 5-panel snapback for you to get your hands on. This hat comes in desert camo, green camo or just black on black for those of you who like to keep things simple!
The Combatant snap back is available for $24.99 in the Daily Grind Webstore or you can have your local shop hit up The Daily Grind directly to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about The Daily Grind and their products by visiting their website — TheDailyGrindBMX.com
Your hub is thrashed, the rim has more hops than kid with a jump rope… It’s time for a new front wheel. Take a look at the Rebellion wheel from Stolen. This wheel starts off with Stolen’s 36-hole Quanta hub with 2 sealed bearings and a 17mm female axle with 3/8″ chromoly bolts that’s laced to a Revolver 6061 aluminum double wall rim with 14-gauge spokes. The Rebellion wheel comes in sand blasted black, dark blue, red or polished with a weight of 30 oz.
You can find out more about Stolen Bike Co. and their products by visiting their website — StolenBMX.com
On the hunt for a new frame that’ll hold up to whatever you throw at it? Take a look at Sunday Soundwave frame. This frame is made from 41-Thermal heat-treated chromoly with a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height, 8.5″ seat tube height and a 13.5″ – 13.75″ chain stay length. You can find features like the wave head tube and down tube gusset, the wave top and down tubes to help resist denting, the Director style chain stay junction, boxed chain stays and tapered seat stays for more tire clearance, a Mid bottom bracket, 8mm thick hollow drop outs with integrated chain tensions, removable brake mounts and the brake cable channel on the underside of the top tube. This frame also comes with a Sunday seat post clamp, the Black Magic anti-rust coating and a Lifetime Warranty. The Soundwave is available in top tube sizes of 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″ with colors of Red (available in April!), black magic and semi-matte grey and a weight of 4 lbs. 14.7 oz.
The Soundwave is available for $379.99 on Dan’s Comp in black or matte grey. You can have your local shop get you one of these frames ordered up, or get you the red one pre-ordered today by getting ahold of Full Factory Distribution today!
You can find out more about Sunday Bikes and their products by visiting their website — SundayBikes.com
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