Saturday already? Thanksgiving really threw me off this week! Either way, it’s that time of the week again! This week we’re going to take a look at the Flip hub from Stolen Bikes, the Doomwizard frame from Mutiny Bikes, the Elite fork from Demolition, David Grant’s signature Raider bars from BSD and then we’ll wrap things up with the Street Digger tires from Subrosa. Ready? Let’s do this!
Due for a new front hub? Have you checked out the Flip hub from Stolen Bikes? This 36-hole hub starts out with a 6061-T6 aluminum shell with low flanges for grinding clearance and a Stolen logo laser etched into it. Inside you can find 2 precision sealed bearings and a 7075-T6 aluminum female axle and collars then two 3/8″ chromoly axle bolts with a 17mm hex head and 8mm broach to keep everything tight. The Flip hub is available in anodized black or polished with a weight of 8.4 oz. This also has a compatible Flip hub guard that replaces the collar on either or both sides.
To find out more about Stolen Bikes and their products, check out their website — StolenBMX.com
Thinking about a new frame? have you checked out Mikey Luplow’s signature Doom Wizard frame from Mutiny Bikes? This 100% 4130 Sanko chromoly frame has a 74.75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.6″ bottom bracket height, 8.95″ stand over height, and a 13.4″ – 13.65″ chain stay length. You can find top and down tube gussets, a tapered top tube, seat tube and seat stays, an elliptical down tube and chain stays to help resist denting, a heat-treated head tube, bottom bracket and drop outs, an investment cast chainstay wishbone, Radius chain and seat stay caps for better peg clearance, an investment cast seat post clamp and removable brake mounts. The Doom Wizard comes in black and clear coat raw with top tube lengths of 20.836″, 21″ and 21.25″ and a weight of 5 lbs. even (20.836″).
You can find out more about Mutiny Bikes and their products by visiting their website — MutinyBikes.com
Getting to be that time for a new fork? Have you seen Rob Wise’s signature Elite fork from Demolition? This 30mm offset fork is made from 100% heat-treated chromoly tubing and features a 165mm 1-piece internally and externally butted steerer tube with ultra tapered legs, wider blades for those monster truck tires, notches at the leg and drop out junction for more peg clearance, 4mm thick drop outs with additional machined cut outs for weight savings and an aluminum compression cap. The Elite fork is available in black, red, white and chrome with a weight of 29.9 oz.
To find out more about Demolition and their products, check out their website — DemolitionParts.com
Are you a taller dude that needs some bigger bars? Have you checked out David Grant’s signature Raider bars from BSD? These multi-butted 4130 chromoly bars and post-weld heat-treated and feature big 10″ rise, 29.5″ width, 11-degrees of backsweep and 2-degrees of upsweep. The Raider bars are available in black, clear coat raw and chrome with a weight of 1.85 lbs.
You can find out more about BSD and their products by visiting their website — BSDForever.com
New tires on your mind? Get a look at the Street Digger tires from Subrosa. These tires are based off their popular Gravedigger tires with a smoother profile to help reduce rolling resistance. This tire features a soft and grippy rubber compound, a diamond tread pattern that gives you a smooth ride but offers plenty of grip while making tight turns, a max 110 PSI rating and comes in a size of 20 x 2.25″. The Street Digger tire is available in black and tan wall or the red and white Speed Wall which is a narrower colored stripe and a weight of 21 oz.
To find out more about Subrosa and their products, check out their website — SubrosaBrand.com
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