Summer is in full strength, the days are getting longer and the temps keep getting hotter. Thanks to that, time has been flying and it’s already time for another round of Products:! This week we’ll be taking a closer look at the Titan frame from Kink, Devon Smillie’s signature Fuego bars from Fly Bikes, the V2 Cassette from Madera, the Cheetah pivotal seat from Subrosa and then we will wrap things up with the PolyCarb pedals from The Daily Grind! Ready? Let’s get to it!
Looking into frames? Have you checked out the Titan frame from Kink yet? This 100% seamless Sanko 4130 chromoly frame has a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 8.5″ stand over height, 11.75″ bottom bracket height and a 13.25″ (slammed) chain stay length. The Titan features a CNC engraved head tube, top and down tube gussets, an internally and externally machined Spanish bottom bracket, an integrated seat post clamp, wide chain stays to help fit bigger tires, removable Easy Brake System brake mounts and Investment cast drop outs with integrated chain tensioners. The frame is available in 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″ top tube lengths with colors of ED black, Burnt orange and metallic blue with a weight of 4 lbs. 12 oz. (20.5″)
The Titan frame is available for $299.99 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
Bigger bars on your mind? Give Devon Smillie’s signature Fuego bars from Fly Bikes a look! These heat-treated bars are made from 9-butted seamless 4130 chromoly with 9″ of rise, 29″ width, 12-degrees of backsweep, 3-degrees of upsweep, a crossbar height of 6.5″ and a crossbar width of 11.25″. The bars are available in black, stainless and burgundy with a weight of 27.8 oz.
The Fuego bars are available for $69.99 – $89.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up QBMX or Tip Plus to get you a set ordered up today!
You can find out more about Fly Bikes and their products by visiting their website — FlyBikes.com
On the hunt for a new rear hub? The V2 Cassette from Madera might just be what you need. This hub is made right here in the U.S.A and features an alloy hub shell with a flange design that keeps the heads of your spokes protected from grinding. Inside you can find a hollow 14mm chromoly axle with, two sealed bearings, a 4 pawl 1-piece chromoly driver with 6 sealed bearings to keep the drive line spinning smooth and alloy cone washers and axle nuts to keep it all tight. The V2. Cassette is available in right or left side drive with colors of black, Fall red, Nickel, Snow and Rust and a weight of 16.6 oz.
This hub is also available with a female axle and multiple bolt options.
The V2. Cassette is available for $159.99 on Dan’s Comp or for $170.95 (with multiple axle and bolt options) in the Madera Webstore or you can have your local shop get ahold of Profile Racing to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Madera and their products by visiting their website — MaderaBMX.net
Does your bike need a little flavor added to it? Maybe the Cheetah pivotal seat from Subrosa can spice things up for you! This mid sized pivotal seat has plenty of padding and features a microfiber material cover with cheetah print, plastic bumpers on the sides and back to help resisting wear and tear, a Subrosa sewn on patch in the rear and a hollow low profile bolt to help save a little weight. The Cheetah seat is available in black on gray only with a weight of 11.2 oz.
Get your hands on the Cheetah seat by having your local shop get ahold of Sparky’s Distribution today!
You can find out more about Subrosa and their products by visiting their website — SubrosaBrand.com
Plastic pedals are great and everything until the pins get worn down from grinding. The Daily Grind PolyCarb pedals offer the traction of metal pedals with the weight savings of a plastic pedal. These pedals are made from a translucent polycarbonate material with a concave platform with micro knurling for extra grip and 12 metal pins on each side making for a pedal with plenty of grip. Inside you can find a chromoly spindle with unsealed bearings. The PolyCarb pedal is available in translucent black, translucent purple and translucent red with a weight of 15.2 oz.
The PolyCarb pedals can be picked up for $23.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop hit up The Daily Grind directly to get you a set ordered up today!
You can find out more about The Daily Grind and their products by visiting their website — TheDailyGrindBMX.com
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