It’s that time again! Time for us to take a closer look at 5 dialed BMX products worth checking out! This week we’ll be taking a look at the Tocco II frame from Kink, the Millennium sprocket from The Daily Grind, the Mast Top Load stem from Madera, the Broadcaster bars from Sunday Bikes and then we’ll wrap things up with a look at The Simpsons X Cult Bart bike! Ready? Let’s do this!
Thinking it’s time for a new frame? Have you taken a look at Darryl Tocco’s signature Tocco II frame from Kink Bikes? This 100% Seamless Sanko 4130 chromoly frame has a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.75″ bottom bracket height and a 13.25″ chain stay length (slammed). You can find a gusset on the down tube, an internally machined Spanish bottom bracket, wide chain stays for monster truck tire clearance, an integrated seat post clamp, removable seat stay brake mounts with the Easy Brake System and Investment Cast hollow drop outs with integrated chain tensioners! The Tocco II frame comes in top tube sizes of 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″ with ED Black and Mint green for colors and a a weight of 4 lbs. 14 oz. (20.5″).
Get your hands on this frame by having your local shop hit up Blackout Distribution today!
You can find out more about Kink and their products by visiting their website — KinkBMX.com
On the hunt for a new sprocket? Looking for something that will hold up to some heavy street riding? Take a look at the Millennium sprocket from The Daily Grind. This CNC machined 7075 aluminum sprocket features a 5-spoke design with a full guard creating a strong sprocket that will protect your teeth and chain from damage. The sprocket has 1/8″ teeth, a 22mm bore with a 19mm adaptor and engraved The Daily Grind logos for a clean look. The Millennium sprocket comes in black, red and purple for colors, 25 and 28 tooth options and a weight of 4.6 oz. (25t).
The Daily Grind Millennium sprocket is available for $54.99 on Dan’s Comp and $62.99 in the Daily Grind Webstore or you can have your local shop hit up 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
Need a little lift in your life? Have you checked out the Mast stem from Madera yet? This stem is CNC machined out of aluminum right here in the U.S.A with reach options of 36mm, 39mm, 42mm, 45mm, 48mm, 51mm, and 54mm. All of the Mast stems feature a rise of 35mm, stack height of 33mm and 2mm drop if inverted, machined sides and clamping section for extra weight savings, chamfered edges, solid chromoly bolts and a Madera logo engraved into the face plate for a clean look! The Mast stem comes in colors of black, Fall red, Nickel and Rust with a weight of 9.85 oz. (48mm).
The Mast Stem is available for $65.99 on Dan’s Comp or through the Madera Webstore. You can also have your local shop order you one up by calling Profile Racing today!
You can find out more about Madera and their products by visiting their website — MaderaBMX.net
Due for some new bars? Have you looked into the Broadcaster bars from Sunday Bikes? These straight gauge chromoly bars are post-weld heat-treated and feature a rise of 8.9″, width of 28.75″, 12-degrees of backsweep, 1-degree of upsweep, a 22mm butted crossbar that has a cross bar height of 6.25″ and crossbar width of 10.75″. The Broadcaster bars come in colors of black and chrome with a weight of 37.2 oz.
The Broadcaster bars are available for $57.99 – $67.99 on Dan’s Comp and the Sunday Webstore! You can also have your local shop hit up Full Factory Distribution to get you some ordered up today!
You can find out more about Sunday Bikes and their products by visiting their website — SundayBikes.com
Want a complete bike, but you want it to be unique from the rest out there? Well, maybe The Simpsons X Cult Bart Bike is what you need! This bike starts out with a 20.5″ frame with a chromoly front triangle, 8.75″ rise and 29″ width bars, the Cult Salvation style stem, Chase DeHart grips, 170mm heat-treated chromoly 3-piece cranks, a 25 tooth Member style sprocket, Cult’s 410 chain, Nylon pedals, a 1-piece Cult seat and post combo, a 3/8″ sealed front wheel with a 2.30″ tire and a 14mm sealed rear hub with a 9-tooth cassette and a 2.30″ tire!
The Bart Bike is available for $399.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the U.S get ahold of Tip Plus (West Coast), Greenhouse (Midwest) or Animal Bikes (East Coast) to get yourself one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Cult and their products by visiting their website — CultCrew.com
That wraps up the 105th edition of Products! Check back next week for another batch of dialed BMX products worth checking out! 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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