It’s that time of the week again already? Damn where does time go. This weeks Products: column is all sorts of dialed. We’re going to take a closer look at the Sano brakes from The Shadow Conspiracy, Colony‘s new “Statement” t-shirt, Max Bimar’s signature Sacre Bleu frame from Deluxe, Madera‘s Mast stem that now comes in a bunch of sizes and the Mutant Bikes Corvo bars. I got things to do and places to be so let’s get into this right now!
Let’s slow things down a bit and take a look at Drew Bezanson’s signature Sano brakes from The Shadow Conspiracy. The brakes are made from CNC machined 6061 aluminum and feature a low profile design to keep the arms and spring adjusters out of the way of the chain and tire. These brakes are not only stiff and responsive, but the come with a machined cable hanger and those soft brake pads that really lock things up. You can pick the Sano brakes up in black, white, Crimson red, purple, matte Highlighter blue, raw polish, Perma blue and copper with a weight of 6.2 oz.
To find out more about The Shadow Conspiracy and their products, check out their website — TheShadowConspiracy.com
Looking to get some fresh threads? Colony have just released a limited run of their new “Statement” t-shirt. This shirt is longer fitting, pre-shrunk and made from 200 GSM and 10% cotton. These in-house screen printed shirts are available in small, medium, large and XL with black or red font for color options.
You can currently get one of these shirts for $25.00 AUD from the Colony web store. Are they out of your size? Shoot them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to get one specially ordered just for you.
To find out more about Colony and their products, check out their website — ColonyBMX.com.au
Have you been shopping around for some new bars? Check out the Corvo bars from Mutant Bikes. Thes fully 20/20 heat-treated, multi-butted bars have a 8.72″ rise, 29.05″ width, 11-degrees of backsweep and 2-degrees of upsweep with color options of flat black, gloss translucent black, gloss translucent raw (Diogo Santos signature color) and gloss translucent blue (Ivan Nikolaev signature color) with a weight of 28.14 oz. (798 grams).
These bar should be hitting shops here in the U.S shortly, if they haven’t, have your local shop hit up QBP to get some ordered up today.
To find out more about Mutant Bikes, check out their website — MutantBikes.com
After a bunch of setbacks and hoops to hop through, Max Bimar’s signature Sacre Bleu frame from Deluxe will FINALLY be available worldwide in December. This full 4130 seamless Japanese chromoly trails shredding frame has a 74.5-degree head tube angle, 72-degree seat tube angle, 11.6″ bottom bracket height and a 13.75″ or 14″ chainstay length depending on the top tube length. The frame also features a double-butter top and down tube, a gusset on the down tube, tapered chain stays, removable brake mounts and guides and heat-treated 4mm dropouts, bottom bracket and head tube. The Sacre Bleu comes in matte black, clearcoat and chrome with 20.7″ (13.75″ cs), 21.1″ (13.75″ cs) and 21.5″ (14″ cs) top tube lengths and a weight of 4.7 lbs (20.7″).
These frames will finally be available worldwide in December. Shops and mail-orders can get ahold of QBP to get some pre-ordered now.
To find out more about Deluxe, check out their website — DeluxeBMX.com
Have you been looking to get your self a new topload stem, but haven’t had any luck finding one that fits just right for you? Well, Madera‘s Mast topload stem now comes in a bunch of different sizes. This fully CNC machined 6061 aluminum stem has reach options of 36mm, 39mm, 42mm, 48mm, 51mm and 54mm’s available now to fit everyone. The Mast stem weighs in at 9.85 oz (280 grams / 48mm) with color options of black, nickel and Fall red! Don’t forget, Madera is also made right here in the America!
To find out more about Madera and their products, check out their website — MaderaBMX.net
That wraps up another edition of Products:! Check back next Saturday for the 32nd edition loaded up with BMX goodness. Until then, head back to front page to check out more Originals, the Daily Section for all of the latest videos, news, products and more, or check out Bikeguide to see what’s going on in the forum!
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