The end of July is already coming and we’re getting closer and closer to September when brands start premiering their newest products for 2014 at Interbike. However, that hasn’t stopped brands from dropping a few new items lately along with some already dialed parts that have been out for a little bit now. This week we’re going to take a closer look at the new 22mm Column cranks from Profile Racing, the 2013 Back To School softgoods from Subrosa, the Unity front load stem from Madera, the Old Schoolin’ snapback from Freed Bikes and then wrap it up with the Bama bars from Hoffman Bikes! Let’s get into this!
After nearly a year of putting the cranks to the test and getting them just how they wanted them, Profile Racing have released their new 22mm Column cranks. These cranks that are made right here in the U.S.A are a stronger and stiffer version of their original 3-Piece cranks to help withstand the heavy street riding going on these days. The arms are made from 4130 tubular chromoly with wrap around spindle and pedal bosses with a 22mm, 48-spline hollow and heat-treated chromoly spindle and hollow flush mount spindle bolts. The cranks are currently available in black with 165mm and 175mm lengths with a weight of 29.9 oz.. These cranks do NOT have sprocket bolt bosses and are designed to work strictly with spline drive sprockets only.
To find out more about Profile Racing and their products, check out their website — ProfileRacing.com.
It’s that time of the year again and the Back To School apparel lines have been popping up. Subrosa just released their 2013 line and it’s looking good. They have all new shirts, hats, pants, belts, wallets, iPhone cases, jackets and backpacks that you can check out in the 67 page flipbook above. All of these items should be hitting shops and distributors worldwide soon if not already.
You’ll be able to get your hands on these items on Dan’s Comp, through the Subrosa Corner Store or by having your local shop hit up Sparky’s Distribution to get you some or all of it ordered up today!
You can find out more about Subrosa and their products by checking out their website — SubrosaBrand.com
Thinking about picking up a set of new bars? Get your hands on these Seth Kimbrough signature Bama bars from Hoffman Bikes. These 13 butted, 100% heat-treated 4130 chromoly bars are available in 3 different sizes! 8.35″ rise with a 27.75″ width, 8.75″ rise and 30″ width or the 9″ rise with a 30″ width. Each size of the Bama bars have 10-degrees of backsweep and 1.5-degrees of upsweep. The Bama bars are available in black, clear coat red, clear coat blue, ED purple and chrome plated with a weight of 26.5 oz. (8.35″ rise).
To find out more about Hoffman Bikes and their products, check out their website — HoffmanBikes.com
You’re going to want a new stem for those bars, right? Take a look at the Unity front load stem from Madera. This stem is made from CNC machined aluminum right here in the U.S and features a reach of 48mm or 53mm with a stck height of 33mm and a rise of 8.6mm. You can also find extra machining on the sides and a hollow center for weight savings and a clean look! The Unity stem comes in black, Fall red, snow and nickel for colors with a weight of 9.1 oz. (48mm) or 9.9 oz. (53mm)
To find out more about Madera and their products, check out their website — MaderaBMX.net
It’s a well known fact that you cannot have too many hats. That’s why it’s a good thing Freed Bikes have so many options. One of those options would be this Old Schoolin’ gray snapback with the red bill, an embroidered on “F” logo along with Freed bikes on the side and the adjustable strap in red. If gray and red aren’t your thing, check out the 11 other options they have available on the Freed Bikes webstore.
To find out more about Freed Bikes and their products, check out their website — FreedBikes.com.
That wraps up this weeks edition of Products! Check back next Saturday for the 68th edition featuring 5 more must have BMX products! Until then, head back to the front page for more Originals or hit up the Daily Section for all the latest videos, news, products and more!
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