I can’t believe it’s already December. Where has this year gone? Amazing. But that’s beside the point, here’s the 33rd edition of Products coming in hot. We’ve got 5 more products maybe you can get somebody to buy you for the holidays to check out. Take a closer look at Colony‘s new Free Coaster hub, Wethepeople‘s Wham bars, The Shadow Conspiracy‘s new Multi-tool, Madera‘s Helm spline drive sprocket and Chase DeHart’s signature Butter frame from Cult. Let’s get into it!
Cruising the Colony site today, I spotted something I didn’t think would be out for a while; their Free Coaster hub! The Free Coaster hub is a a 36-hole hub with right or left hand drive and male or female axle versions available. The hub comes in black only and will have all the spare parts available and a non-drive side hub guard as an option as well. I’d imagine we caught on to this being available early since they haven’t announced anything, so expect more details on the internals and more in the next few days. I would also suggest keeping your eye on Free-Coaster since I’m sure Bunky will have something up soon as well.
Currently, you can order the Free Coaster hub direct from Colony for $200.00 (AUD). Expect shops and mail-orders around the world to have these in the next few weeks.
To find out more about Colony and their products, check their website — ColonyBMX.com.au
Due for some new bars? Have you checked out Pete Sawyer’s new signature Wham bars from Wethepeople? These full liquid post heat-treated 4130 “M2″ chromoly bars are multi-butted and have a rise of 9.2″, width of 29”, 11-degrees of back sweep and 3-degrees of upsweep with indented cutting guides. The Wham bars are available in black, raw, translucent red, translucent blue and chrome plated with a weight of 28.53 oz. (1.78 lbs / 809 g).
If you are looking to get your hands on these bars, have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Seattle Bike Supply to get you a set ordered up.
To find out more about Wethepeople and their products, visit their website — WethepeopleBMX.de
Due for a new sprocket? Have you checked out the Helm spline drive sprocket from Madera yet? This 7075 aluminum sprocket is made right here in America by Profile Racing with some high quality machining for a dialed look with a 4340 heat-treated chromoly insert to fit 19mm, 48-spline spindles. The Helm spline drive sprocket is available in black, Fall red, Snow, Nickel and Graffiti (28t only) with sizes of 25 and 28 tooth and a weight of 2.75 oz (25t) or 3.20 oz (28t).
To find out more about Madera and their products, check out their website — MaderaBMX.net
Need to work on your bike but you don’t want to lug a backpack around with a bunch of different tools? Check out the new Multi-tool from The Shadow Conspiracy which fits every tool you need into one unit. The main body is made from an investment cast, forged and CNC machined steel and includes a chain breaker, 17mm deep socket, pedal wrench, 10mm wrench, spoke wrench, tire tools, 8mm hex, 6mm hex, 5mm hex, 1/4″ hex and a 7/32″ hex. You can even use it as a hammer and bottle opener for when things are looking to get wild. The Multi-tool comes in black with a weight of 33.6 oz.
To find out more about The Shadow Conspiracy and their products, check out their website — TheShadowConspiracy.com
It’s time you put that dented, cracked, welded and repainted frame you have been abusing for the last few years to rest. Take a peek a Chase DeHart’s signature Butter frame from Cult. This frame made from Cult’s classic blended chromoly tubing has a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.8″ bottom bracket height, 8.5″ stand over height and a 13.55″ – 13.875″ chainstay length. The Butter frame also features top and down tube gussets, a tapered top tube, a butted seat tube with an integrated seat post clamp, single bend chain stays that allows for a wider tire, an investment cast seat stay bridge and heat-treated 14mm drop outs. Note: This frame does not come with brake mounts or guides. The Butter frame comes in black and grey with a weight of 5lbs. 2 oz.
You can pick this frame up for $299.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the U.S get at Tip Plus (West coast), Greenhouse (Midwest) or Animal (East coast) to get you one ordered up today.
That wraps up the 33rd edition of Products:! Check back next week to see what the 34th edition has in stock. Until then, head back to the front page for more Originals, the Daily Section for all the latest videos, products, news and more or check out Bikeguide, The Merged, Free-Coaster, Can You Dig It and Flat-Matters to see what they have going on.
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