It just wouldn’t be Saturday if there’s no Products: column! I’m not about to let you guys down, so let’s take a look at what’s on deck for this week. In this edition, we’ll take a look at Profile‘s new limited edition pink colorway, the 33 Forks from And Forks, The Shadow Conspiracy‘s plastic Ravager pedals, Madera‘s 17mm / 8mm Hex head bolts and Deluxe‘s F-Lite stem. Let’s get into it!
This past week, Profile Racing announced their new limited edition color. This anodized pink might look familiar to some of you older guys because they did a small run of these about 5 years ago. They decided it was time to dust off the color and bring it back for a short time once again. This time around, the pink colorway can b found on 10-sets of right hand drive Elite hubs, 80-sets of right hand drive Mini hubs, 16-sets of left hand drive Mini hubs, 20 of the 48mm Mulville Push stems, and 20 of the 25-tooth Spline Drive sprockets. Once these are gone, they are gone, so if you want to get some you will have to act fast.
To find out more about Profile Racing and their products, check out their website — ProfileRacing.com.
After what feels like an eternity, the first shipment of And Forks should be hitting shops around the world in the next week or two. These 4130 Seamless Japanese chromoly forks feature full post-weld heat-treating, internally butted legs that taper from 32mm to 25mm at the drop outs, a 165mm long one-piece CNC machined steerer tube with a unique 20 gauge CNC machined 6061-T6 aluminum plug that is hydrolicaly pressed in to increase strength, 5mm thick laser-cut 10mm (3/8ths) dropouts with a CNC machined and recessed logo, a 33mm offset, built-in machined headset race and a CNC machined 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminum top cap. These forks come in clear coat raw, black or chrome plated and have the option for front brake mounts.
These should be available here in the U.S through QBP here in about two weeks, so have your local shop get ahold of them for pre-order information.
To find out more about And Forks and their products, check out their website — AndForks.com
Are you due for some fresh pedals? Need something that’ll keep your feet from blowing off all the time? Take a peek at The Shadow Conspiracy‘s Ravager plastic pedals. These injected molded composite pedals have molded pins and a low-profile bold with knurling for extra traction, a 4140 heat-treated spindle and loose ball bearings. The Ravager pedals weigh in at 13.6 oz. per pair and come in black, Crimson red, white, Highlighter blue, Highligher yellow, purple, grey, Perma blue, olive, Electric lime and orange.
Are you looking to pick up some fresh Madera or Profile hubs? They now have a new upgrade option available for 17mm / 8mm hex head bolts. These heat-treated 4140 chromoly bolts have the option of using a 17mm socket of an 8mm allen wrench to get your wheels tightened down. The bolts are available in 3/8th’s or a 3/8th’s to 14mm adaptor for 14mm drop outs.
They’re currently available as an upgrade option only for $13.00 through the Profile Racing and Madera webstore.
To find out more about Madera and their products, visit their website — MaderaBMX.net.
Looking for a new topload stem that’s built to last? Check out Deluxe‘s F-Lite stem. This stem is CNC machined from Billet T6 aluminium with a 54mm reach and 30mm’s of rise. They’ve CNC machined out all the unneccesary material and gave it a recessed top-cap slot to save some weight and give it a unique and clean look. The stem is available in black, red, blue, Polished and Titanium grey with a weight of 10.40 oz. (295g).
To find out more about Deluxe and their products, check out their website — DeluxeBMX.com.
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