Saturday already? Damn time has been flying. Only a few more days until Christmas too! I doubt there’s time to get those requests to Santa in time, but I’m sure some of you have a local shop that will be able to come through for you if you’re trying to get some dialed new parts for your bike before Christmas. I can also imagine some of you will have a big bag of cash to blow on your bike in a few days as well. So let’s get into this weeks Products: column to give you a closer look at Colony‘s 2013 Sweet Tooth frame, the 33 Forks from And Forks, Wethepeople‘s Sieze stem, Profile Racing‘s new “Liberty” t-shirt and the Indent cranks from Fit Bike Co.. Let’s get into it!
Looking into getting yourself a new frame for the new year? Check out Alex Hiam’s popular signature Sweet Tooth frame from Colony. This full chromoly frame features a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height, 8.5″ stand over height, and a 13.5″ chainstay length. The frame also features a heat-treated head tube, mid bottom bracket and 5mm thick CNC machined dropouts, a tapered down tube, top tube and rear stays, an offset internal gusset on the tapered top tube, an external gusset on the tapered down tube, an integrated seat post clamp and removable brake mounts. The Sweet Tooth comes in top tube lengths of 19.8″, 20.3″ and 20.6″ with colors of matte black, gloss raw and matte orange and a weight of 5.17 lbs (20.3″)
To find out more about Colony and their products, check out their website — ColonyBMX.com.au
After about two years of testing, the 33 Fork from And Forks will be hitting shops and distributors around the world. These forks made from 4130 Japanese seamless chromoly tubing with a full-post weld heat-treatment feature legs that taper from 32mm to 25mm, internal butting in the legs, a 165mm long one-piece CNC machined steerer tube, a 20G CNC machined 6061-T6 aluminum plug that’s hydrolically pressed into the steerer tube for strength, 5mm thick laser cut 3/8″ drop outs, a 33mm offset and a CNC machined 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminum top cap. This fork comes in black, clear raw and chrome with the option of brake mounts for you guys getting down with front brakes.
Have your local shop hit up QBP here in the U.S to get a set ordered since they will be available in the next few days.
To find out more about And Forks and their products, check out their website — AndForks.com
Thinking about picking up a new stem? Check out the Seize stem from Wethepeople. This 6061-T6 alloy front load stem is fully CNC machined with a 53mm reach, a unique offset steerer clamp for improved clamping and extra CNC machining like the triangular bore hole to help reduce unneeded weight. The Seize comes in black, slate grey, wine red and polished with a weight of 9.41 oz (267 g / 0.58 lbs.).
You can have your local shop here in the U.S get at Seattle Bike Supply to get one of these ordered up for you.
To find out more about Wethepeople and their products, check out their website — WethepeopleBMX.de
Those cranks of your a little bent? Get yourself a fresh pair of the Fit Bike Co. Indent cranks. These 4130 tubular chromoly arms have a concaved design to help increase strength and reduce denting with right or left hand drive compatibility. The cranks come with a hollow 19mm 48-spline spindle or a 24mm 48-spline spindle (bb kit included). You can pick these up in matte black, matte white and chrome with length options of 165mm (24mm), 170mm and 175mm (both sizes) and a weight of 29.15 oz (19mm) or 30.85 oz. (24mm).
To find out more about Fit Bike Co. and their products, check out their website — FitBikeCo.com
You know that pit stained, ripped and faded shirt you love so much is due for retirement. Maybe it’s time to upgrade to a new shirt that’s American as hell? The new Liberty t-shirt from Profile Racing is guaranteed to get you babes (This is The Union’s Lifetime Gaurantee. Profile Racing did not conduct any research on this). This shirt is printed right here in the U.S on a charcoal shirt with a screen printed Eagle that has red, white, blue and yellow ink to really make it pop. The Liberty shirt is available in sizes small – XXL.
You can pick this one up direct from the Profile Racing Web Store for $23.99 or you can have local shop get ahold of Profile Racing to get you one ordered up today…. AMERICA!
To find out more about Profile Racing and their products, check out their website — ProfileRacing.com
That wraps up this weeks edition of Products:! Hopefully we found you something you are digging. Check back next Saturday for the 37th edition! Until then, head back to the front page for more Originals or hit up the Daily Section for all of the latest videos, news, products and more!
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