It’s Saturday! Spring is finally showing life (minus a little snow hitting some of us still) and the outdoor sessions are picking up. Hopefully some of you who have been off your bike the past few months are starting to get back on it. If you’re trying to get your bike all dialed in, take a peek at this weeks Products: column! This week we’ll get a closer look at Sean Sexton’s signature Issue III frame from Kink, Simone Barraco’s signature Noster bars, the Storm hub from Sunday Bikes, the 22mm Column cranks from Profile Racing and then we’ll wrap it up with The Daily Grind‘s new Infinity hub guard! Ready? Let’s get into it!
Is it time for a fresh frame? Take a look at Sean Sexton’s signature Issue III from Kink! This 100% seamless Sanko 4130 chromoly frame is TruTherm post-weld heat-treated with a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 8.5″ stand over height, 11.75″ bottom bracket height and a 13.5″ chain stay length (slammed). You can find a gusset on the down tube, an internally machined Spanish bottom bracket, tapered seat and chain stays, custom machined bridges on the stays for clearance for the big tires, investment cast hollow drop outs with integrated chain tensioners and removable brake mounts using the Easy Brake System. The Issue III comes in sizes of 20.5″, 20.85″ and 21″ top tube sizes with colors of black and charcoal and a weight of 4 lbs. 12 oz. (20.5″).
The Issue III is available for $359.99 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
Those bars of yours a little bent or you just want to try something new? Well, let’s give Simone Barraco’s signature Noster bars from Subrosa a closer look. These 13-butted full Deathproof post-weld heat-treated chromoly bars have an 8.75″ rise, 28″ width, 10-degrees of backsweep, 3-degrees of upsweep and a brazed on Subrosa logo. These bars come in colors of matte black and chrome with a weight of 27 oz. even!
The Noster bars are available for $69.99 – $74.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop get ahold of Sparky’s Distribution to get you a set ordered up today!
You can find out more about Subrosa an their products by visiting their website — SubrosaBrand.com
Have you had issues with bending or cracking cranks in the past? Do you just want something beefier? Well, the Profile Racing Column cranks just might be what you need. These cranks are made right here in the U.S.A and feature 4130 chromoly tubular arms that are designed to work with spline drive sprockets only (no sprocket bolt bosses) with wrap around spindle and pedal bosses for increased strength. The arms attach to a heat-treated hollow 48-spline, 22mm spindle with flush mount bolts for a clean look. You can pick the Column cranks in sizes of 160mm, 165mm, 170mm, 175mm and 180mm with black for the color and a weight of 29.9 oz.
The Column cranks are available for $182.99 on Dan’s Comp or for $190.95 in the Profile Racing Webstore. You can also have your local shop hit up Profile Racing directly to get these ordered up today!
You can find out more about Profile Racing and their products by visiting their website — ProfileRacing.com
Need a new front hub, but you’re short on cash? Sunday‘s Storm front hub has all the quality but a lower cost. This 36-hole hub has a low flange aluminum shell with a 17mm female chromoly axle and 2 precision sealed bearings on the inside and 3/8″ chromoly bolts to keep it all tight. This hub is available in black only.
The Storm hub is available for $39.99 in the Sunday Bikes Webstore or you can have your local shop get ahold of Full Factory Distribution to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Sunday Bikes and their products by visiting their website — SundayBikes.com
That rear hub of yours could use some protection. Have you seen the brand new Infinity hub guard from The Daily Grind? This guard, based off their highly popular original guard, has been re-designed to fit even more 14mm hubs on the market. The Infinity guard is CNC machined from 4140 chromoly and simply slides over your existing non-drive side hardware for an easy install and maximum protection. Available in black only with a weight of 5.7 oz!
The Infinity guard is available for $19.99 on Dan’s Comp or for $22.99 in the DG Webstore. You can also have your local shop get ahold of The Daily Grind directly to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about The Daily Grind and their products by visiting their website — TheDailyGrindBMX.com
That wraps up the 101st round of Products:! Check back next Saturday for another round! 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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