And another one bites the dust! It’s Saturday and it also happens to be Memorial Day Weekend so I’m sure a bunch of you guys are wrapping up school for the summer and are getting ready for full days of riding. As always, we’ve got this weeks Products: column for you to check out so you can keep that BMX bike of yours dialed in! This week we’ll take a closer look at the Incite rear wheel from Kink, the SHDW Tripod Mid Seat from, The Shadow Conspiracy, Ruben Alcantara’s signature Rampera tires from Fly Bikes, the re-released 7075 aluminum pegs from Profile Racing and then we’ll wrap it up with the Legion frame from Stolen Bike Co.! Ready? Let’s do this!
Is that rear wheel of yours on its last leg? Maybe it’s time you get yourself a fresh wheel like the Kink Incite cassette? This wheel starts off with Kink’s Incite hub that features a full CNC machined 7075-T6 aluminum shell with a hollow 15mm chromoly axle with chromoly 8mm allen hex / 17mm socket bolts, two sealed bearings and a 3-pawl driver that uses a ceramic bushing instead of the traditional bearings. The hub is laced with black stainless steel spokes to a double wall Atlas rim that is extruded from 6061-T6 aluminum. The rim features a low and sleek 15mm tall profile, a width of 36mm for additional strength, spoke holes drilled for straight lacing spokes and a welded seam for extra strength. The Incite wheel comes in right or left side drive with 8 or 9 tooth driver options, black for the color and a weight of 36.8oz.
The wheel is available now and you can get your hands on this wheel 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
Thinking about getting a new seat? The Shadow Conspiracy‘s SHDW seat might just be what you are looking for. This seat starts out with the base that uses the one-bolt Tripod system with the mid size padding and a 3-panel synthetic leather material with debossed Shadow logos to cover it all. The SHDW seat comes in black and brown with a weight of 9.2 oz.
The SHDW Tripod seat is available for $32.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop hit up Sparky’s Distribution to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about The Shadow Conspiracy by visiting their website — TheShadowConspiracy.com
Those tires of yours are getting down there. Maybe it’s time for a new set? Have you checked out Ruben Alcantara’s signature Rampera tires from Flybikes yet? This 110 PSI tire has a compact treat pattern with low profile lugs for less rolling resistance, but plenty of traction for riding parks, street or trails along with a silkworm casing that helps prevent punctures as well. The Rampera tire is available in two sizes; 2.15″ and 2.35″, with color options of black, white wall or tan wall and a weight of 21.6 oz. (2.15″) or 24.4 oz. (2.35″)
The Rampera tires are available for $27.99 each on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the U.S get ahold of QBP to get you a set ordered up today!
You can find out more about Flybikes and their products by visiting their website — Flybikes.com
Back by popular demand, the 7075 peg from Profile Racing. These pegs are made right here in the USA out of 7075 aluminum and are designed for park use or rails (not concrete ledges) with a length of 100mm, a diameter of 36mm and a weight of 3.17 oz each. The peg comes in polished only with 3/8″ and 14mm versions available.
The 7075 peg is available for $21.95 each in the Profile Racing Webstore or you can have your local shop hit up Profile directly to get you a set ordered up today!
You can find out more about Profile Racing and their products by visiting their website — ProfileRacing.com
Have you taken a look at the Legion frame from Stolen Bike Co. yet? This post-weld heat-treated chromoly frame has a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.7″ bottom bracket height, 9″ stand over height and a 13.6″ – 14″ chain stay length. You can find a double-butted top tube, a Vortex down tube for dent resistance, D-shaped chain stays for more tire clearance, 6mm thick drop outs, an integrated seat post clamp and removable brake mounts. The Legion frame comes in Sandblasted ED Black or Sandblasted matte raw with a weight of 4 lbs 12.9 oz. and top tube sizes of 20.6″ and 21″.
The Legion frame is available for $349.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up QBMX to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Stolen Bike Co. and their products by visiting their website — StolenBMX.com
That wraps up the 108th edition of Products:! Check back next Saturday for another batch of dialed BMX products to check 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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