Another week and another month down! Crazy to think it’s already August! It’s that time again to get a look at 5 more dialed BMX parts and bikes in this weeks Products: column! This week we’ll get a closer look at the Highrise stem from Kink, the Totem front hub from Profile Racing, Chase DeHart’s Butter V2 frame from Cult, Trey Jones’ signature Penumbra Solus Mid Jones 3 seat from The Shadow Conspiracy and then we’ll wrap it up with the Gary Young signature 2015 Soundwave Special from Sunday! Ready? Let’s do this!
Is it time for a new stem? Have you given the High Rise stem from Kink a look yet? This top load stem is CNC machined from 6061 aluminum with extra machining on the sides and bottom for extra weight savings, chamfered edges, solid bolts, a debossed Kink logo on the faceplate and a recessed top for a flush compression cap. The High Rise stem comes in two versions; 48mm and 53mm reach. Both stems have a 31.5mm rise (1.5mm drop inverted) and a 30mm stack height with colors of black and raw and a weight of 9.7 oz (48mm) or 10.2 oz (53mm)
The High Rise stem is available for $49.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop hit up Blackout Distribution to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Kink and their products by visiting their website — KinkBMX.com
Is it time for a new front hub? Have you giving the Totem Hub from Profile Racing a look? The Totem hub is made right here in the U.S.A and uses the same internals as the classic Mini hub, but features a new CNC machined alloy hub shell with a cleaner and smoother look with matching anodizes cone spacers and Volcano bolt head covers. This hub is available with an aluminum female axle and your choice of 3/8″ chromoly or titanium bolts (5 styles of bolts available) or a 14mm GDH chromoly axle with aluminum axle nuts. The hub is available in Gun Metal silver or gloss black with a weight of 8.05 oz. (3/8″ chromoly bolts)
The Totem hub is available starting at $127.95 in the Profile Webstore or you can have your local shop get ahold of Profile Racing directly to get you a custom hub built up today.
You can find out more about Profile Racing and their products by visiting their website — ProfileRacing.com
On the hunt for a new frame designed for street riding? Have you taken a look at the 2nd version of Chase DeHart’s signature Butter frame from Cult yet? This frame is made from Cult’s blended chromoly tubing with a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, an 8.55″ seat tube height, 11.8″ bottom bracket height and a 13.45″ – 13.70″ chainstay length. The frame features gussets on the top and down tubes, a heat-treated Mid bottom bracket shell, tapered seat stays, S-Bend chain stays for more tire clearance, an Investment cast seat stay bridge, an integrated seat post clamp, removable brake mounts and 5mm thick heat-treated drop outs. The Butter V2 frame is available in top tube sizes of 20.4″, 20.6″, 20.9″ and 21.15″, black for the color and a weight of 5 lbs. 2 oz.
The Butter V2 is available for $329.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Tip Plus (West Coast), Greenhouse (Midwest) or Animal (East Coast) to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Cult and their products by visiting their website — CultCrew.com
Looking for a new seat that isn’t quite like the rest? Maybe Trey Jones’ signature Penumbra Solus seat and post combo from The Shadow Conspiracy. This seat uses the Solus seat pan with a 6061 alloy post (150mm long) with a mid size high density foam with a custom printed Shadowy Oak camo material to cover it. The seat and post combo weighs in at 12.4 oz.
You can get this seat by having your local shop hit up Sparky’s Distribution to get you one ordered up today!
you can find out more about The Shadow Conspiracy and their products by visiting their website — TheShadowConspiracy.com
So you want a new bike, but you want something that is a custom aftermarket build… without the massive price tag? Well, maybe the 2015 Gary Young signature Soundwave Special from Sunday Bikes is what you’re after! This bike starts out with the same Soundwave Aftermarket frame you can buy individually with the 21″ top tube length, 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree head tube angle, 8.5″ stand over height, 11.5″ bottom bracket height and 13.50″ – 13.75″ chain stay length. The rest of the bike is completely decked out with the Broadcaster bars (8.9″ rise, 28.5″ width, 12-degrees of backsweep, 1-degree of upsweep), the Octave 32mm offset fork, Freeze 52mm top load stem, Odyssey Gary Young grips, 175mm Odyssey Thunderbolt cranks, Sunday Sabertooth 27 tooth sprocket, Odyssey Twisted PC pedals, KMC Z-510HX, Odyssey Monogram Tripod seat post, Odyssey Quartet hubs laced to Odyssey Aerospace rims, Odyssey Chase Hawk signature 2.40″ tires, Odyssey Monolever medium brake lever, Springfield brakes and the Linear Quik Slic cable. The bike is available in Slate blue with a weight of 23.41 lbs. (brakeless).
Here’s the best part, this bike is available for $999.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop hit up Full Factory Distribution to get you one ordered up today. Note: The frame, fork, bars, wheels and tires alone purchased individually are worth more than the whole bike!
You can find out more about Sunday Bikes and their products by visiting their website — SundayBikes.com
That wraps up the 117th edition of Products:! Check back next Saturday for 5 more dialed BMX parts that you will want to get a look at! Until then, go check out more of our Originals or hit up the Daily Section for all the latest BMX videos, news, products and more!
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