Well, here it is already Saturday again. So that means it’s probably a good time to take a look at 5 products from a few of your favorite brands. Find out more about the Colony Living frame, Madera‘s new Topload stem, Subrosa‘s 2013 Malum complete bike, Eclat‘s Onyx cranks and Tree Bicycle Co.‘s Lite Spline Drive sprocket. Let’s take a closer look at this weeks Edition of Products:!
This past week, Subrosa released their 2013 complete bikes that look insanely good. Here’s a look at the Malum. This bike featuresa 100% seamless Japanese chromoly frame with a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 9″ stand over height, 13.75″ chain stay length and a 20.75″ top tube. The frame also features an ovalized down tube and removable brake mounts. You can also find a 100% Seamless Japanese chromoly fork with a 30mm offset and tapered legs, 100% chromoly bars with a rise of 8.5″, 12-degrees of backsweep, 1-degree of upsweep and a width of 28″ width. The rest of the bike is decked out with Subrosa and Shadow Conspiracy parts like Shadow’s Thirteen grips, Rant wheels, Undertaker tires, Rant cranks (heat-treated), Interlock chain, Ravenger pedals, Soulas seat and post combo and the Rant pegs. You can also find Subrosa’s Hold Tight stem and Shield sprocket on there as well. All of this weighs in at 25.3 lbs.
You should be able to pick one of these up online within the next few weeks. If you can’t wait, have your local shop hit up Sparky’s Distribution to get yourself setup with one of these units.
For more information on Subrosa, hit their website at SubrosaBrand.com.
The Onyx cranks from Eclat have been available for a little while now. These cranks feature fully heat-treated 4130 tubular chromoly arms with an ultra hollow heat-treated 22mm chromoly axle. They also feature a redesigned chromoly crank bolt and investment cast pedal and spindle bosses for extra strength. The Onyx’s are available in right or left side drive with two sizes which are 170mm and 175mm and come in colors of black, orange, warm grey, midnight teal and chrome plated. The cranks weigh in at 31.14oz (1.94 lbs. / 883g)
You can pick the Onyx cranks from Eclat up online through Dan’s Comp for $182.99. You can also have your shop hit up Seattle Bike Supply to get you a pair ordered up.
You can find out more about Eclat on their website at EclatBMX.com.
Here’s a look at Tree Bicycle Co.‘s new Lite Spline Drive sprocket. The sprocket is made from 5/16″ thick 7075-T6 aluminum with 1/8″ wide teeth. It also features a heat-treated splined insert for 48-spline 19mm spindles. This sprocket is available in 22-30, 33, 36, 37, 39, 41 and 44 tooth options with colors of black, raw, blue, silver, red and gold. You can also pick up the non-spline drive version with the regular bolt and in a 3/32nd’s version for flatland with tooth options of 18, 20 and 22. The sprockets weigh in between 1.6 Oz. (18 tooth) and 4.9 oz. (36 tooth).
You can find more about Tree on their website at TreeBicycleCo.com.
Madera recently released their new Mast topload stem for you guys looking to lift your bars a bit. Designed around the same look as their Unity front load them, Madera did some extra machining to help save a little weight. The Mast is made from fully CNC machined 6061 aluminum and comes in three sizes of 48mm, 51mm and 54mm reach. The Mast stem weighs in at 9.85 oz. (280 g / 48mm reach) and comes in black and their Fall red colorway. It sounds like the stem will be available in even more sizes and colors in the future.
To find out more about Madera, hit their website at MaderaBMX.net.
Have you checked out Ryan Guettler’s signature The Living frame from Colony? This full chromoly frame features a 75.2-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height, 8″ stand over height and 13.75″ chainstay length. You can also find features like a fully heat-treated head tube, mid BB and 5mm thick CNC machined drop outs, a tapered down tube, seat tube and rear chain stays, offset internal gussets on the top and down tube, removable brake mounts with Colony’s invest cast tabs and a built in seat post clamp. The Living frame is available in 20.8″, 21″ and 21.25″ top tube lenghts with colors of matte black, gloss clear, rising blue, matte red and Bright purple with a weight of 4.95 lbs. (20.8″).
You can see more of what Colony has to offer by visiting their website at ColonyBMX.com.au.
All right! That wraps up another edition of Products:! Let us know what you think or leave any questions you have in the comments! Check back next Saturday for round three! Until then, go kill some time seeing what’s new in the DAILY SECTION!