Here we go again for another round of Products:! This week we have a real good line up of goods for you to dial your bike in with. We’re going to take a closer look at the Alex Hiam signature 2012 Sweet Tooth frame from Colony, the 33 Forks from And Forks, Seth Kimbrough’s signature Noctis cranks from The Shadow Conspiracy, the classic Povah stem from Coalition and the Grave Digger tire from Subrosa. Let’s take a closer look right now!
Let’s kick things off with Alex Hiam’s signature 2012 Sweet Tooth frame from Colony. The Sweet Tooth is a full chromoly frame with a 75.2-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height, 8″ seat tube height and a 13.5″ chain stay length. The frame features a heat-treated head tube, mid bottom bracket and 5mm CNC machined drop outs, tapered top tube, down tube and rear stays, offset internal gussets on the top and down tubes, a specially tapered seat tube, removable brake mounts with the Invest cast brake tabs and a built up seat post clamp. The Sweet Tooth frame is available in 19.8″ and 20.25″ top tube lengths with a weight of 4.84 lbs (19.8″) and 4.87 lbs. (20.25″) and color options of matte black, gloss clear raw, Rising blue, Bright purple and matte red.
You can pick one of these frames up here in the U.S through Sidewall Action Sports for $399.99 or you can have your local shop hit up Sidewall Distribution to get you one ordered up. You can also buy direct from Colony on their Online Store.
For more information about Colony, visit their website — ColonyBMX.com.au
Here’s a look at the 33mm Fork from And Forks due out soon. These 4130 seamless Japanese chromoly forks feature a full post-weld heat-treatment, legs that taper from 32mm to 25mm, internally butted fork legs, a 165mm long one-piece CNC machined steerer tube, a 20g CNC machined 6061-T6 aluminum plug in the steerer tube, 5mm thick laser-cut drop outs with a CNC machined and recessed logo, a built in headset race and a CNC machined 6061-T6 aircraft grab aluminum top cap. The fork features a 33mm offset which is good for all around riding with a less twitchy front end.
These forks should be landing in the next few weeks and hitting shops shortly after. Until then, check out the And Forks website — AndForks.com — for more information.
Are you looking to get yourself some fresh cranks? Have you checked out Seth Kimbrough’s signature Noctis cranks from The Shadow Conspiracy? The Noctis cranks have 7050-T6 alloy arms with dual pinch bolts and a hollow 16-spline, 22mm heat-treated 4130 chromoly spindle. The cranks also feature a proprietary pedal boss system, right and left hand compatibility, nano sprocket compatibility and a length of 175mm. The cranks weigh in a 33.7 oz. with black, red, white, highlighter yellow, highlighter blue, purple and raw polished for colors.
You can find out more about The Shadow Conspiracy on their website — TheShadowConspiracy.com.
The Povah front load stem from Coalition have been out for quite some time now, and that’s a sign that it’s a quality product. This fully CNC machined 6061 aluminum stem features an updated split cap design with revised cutouts for better clamping, recessed cap holes for flush bolts, extra machining to save weight from unneccesary material, rounded edges to protect your knees and hollow bolts. The Povah stem weighs in at 9.7 oz. and comes in colors of Charcoal black and red.
You can pick the Povah stem up on Dan’s Comp for $49.99, direct from Coalition on their Online Store for $49.99 or have your local shop hit up Sidewall Distribution to order you one up here in the U.S.
To find out more about Coalition, visit their website — CoalitionBMX.com
Have you been looking for some new tires to help you run over all the scooter kids at the skatepark? Well, maybe the Grave Digger tires from Subrosa are what you are looking for. This monster of a tire comes in at 20 x 2.30″ making it one of the biggest tires on the market. The tire is made from a soft and grippy compound that will help you keep traction on whatever you are trying to ride from street, to the trails to the skatepark. The tire has an 85 psi rating and also reportedly allows you to crush things as large as cars. The Grave Digger tire comes in black and tan wall with a weight of 29 oz.
You can find out more about Subrosa by visiting their website — SubrosaBrand.com.
That wraps up another edition of Products:! If you have any questions about anything you see above, feel free to leave a comment. Don’t forget to check back next Saturday for 5 more products from some of your favorite brands in BMX. Until then, don’t forget to check out all the original features we drop all week long and check out the Daily Section for all the latest videos, news, products, and more.
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