Saturday already? Looks to be that way! As always, that means it’s time for another round of Products: where we take a closer look at 5 dialed parts you might just want or need! This week we’ll be taking a closer look at the new 2015 Devon Smillie signature Fuego frame from Fly Bikes, the Senec pedals from Kink, the Posi Trac cassette hub from Subrosa, the Saker cranks from Sunday Bikes and then we’ll wrap it up with the Helm spline drive sprocket from Madera! Ready? Let’s get into this!
Fly Bikes released their new 2015 product range this week and as expected, things are looking real good. The 2015 Devon Smillie signature Fuego frame is made from full seamless 4130 chromoly with a 75.5-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 9″ stand over height, 11.75″ bottom bracket height, 13.80″ chain stay length and a 21″ top tube length. This frame features an offset thickness head tube at the top and down tube junction, internal integrated gussets on the top and down tubes, a multi-butted top tube, a multi-butted and tapered down tube, a multi-butted down tube, Investment cast seat and chain stay bridges, a 4130 chromoly Investment cast seat post clamp with the horizontal cut system, Investment cast drop outs with removable chain tensioners and the Easy Brake System removable brake mounts. The Fuego frame is available in colors of Military green, matte black and stainless with a weight of 5.13 lbs. (2,330g)
You can find out more about Fly Bikes and their products by visiting their website — FlyBikes.com
Thinking it’s time for some new pedals and you want to try something different? Have you given the Senec pedals from Kink yet? These pedals are unique because they don’t use bearings. The pedal starts out with a body made of a unique nylon and fiberglass blend, with an over sized forged and machined hollow spindle with rubber o-rings and washers that eliminates the need for bearings. The pedal is held together by compression when tightened down on the cranks. The Senec pedal is available in black and gray with a weight of 15.1 oz. per pair and have universal replacement bodies available.
The Senec pedals are available for $34.99 on Dan’s Comp with replacement bodies available for $4.99 each right here. You can also have your local shop get ahold of Blackout Distribution to get you a set ordered up today!
You can find out more about Kink and their products by visiting their website — KinkBMX.com
Is it time for a new rear hub? Check out the Posi Trac cassette hub from Subrosa. This hub starts out with a CNC machined 6061 aluminum hub shell with two sealed bearings and a 14mm chromoly female axle with 3/8″ chromoly bolts (Compatible with 14mm drop outs only) and a 4-pawl Switch Drive System reversible driver with leaf springs and a polymer bushing making it so you can switch from right to left side drive by switching the pawls around. The Posi-Tract hub comes in colors of black, polished, Money green, red, 69K gold and red / black fade with a weight of 17.2oz.
You can find out more about Subrosa and their products by visiting their website — SubrosaBrand.com
Due for some new cranks, but you’re working on a budget? Check out the Saker cranks from Sunday Bikes. These cranks start out with 175mm long tubular chromoly arms with a single pinch-bolt design, with a 19mm, 8-spline chromoly spindle and chromoly bolts to keep it all tight. These cranks come with a 19mm sealed Mid bottom bracket, bottom bracket spacer and cone spacers. The Saker cranks are available in right side drive only with colors of black and chrome and a weight of 33.4 oz. (without the bottom bracket).
You can find out more about Sunday Bikes and their products by visiting their website — SundayBikes.com
Is it time for a new sprocket? Have you considered getting a Spline Drive sprocket? How about the Helm Spline Drive sprocket from Madera? This sprocket is made right here in the U.S.A out of CNC machined 7075 aluminum with an 8-spoke design and a 4340 heat-treated chromoly insert for 19mm, 48-spline spindles. This sprocket comes in sizes of 25 and 28 tooth with colors of black, polished, nickel, Fall red, Snow and Rust copper and a weight of 2.75 oz. (25t) or 3.20 oz. (28t)
You can find out more about Madera and their products by visiting their website — MaderaBMX.net
That wraps up the 131st round of Products:! As always, check back next Saturday for 5 more dialed BMX products. Until then, go check out more of our Originals or hit up the Daily Section for all the latest BMX videos, news, products and more!
Want more Products:? Check out past editions below!