Saturday is here once again! That means it’s time to take a closer look at some more BMX parts and bikes you’re definitely going to want to take a closer look at! This week we’re going to take a closer look at the Current tires from Sunday Bikes, the Butter nylon pegs from Cult, the Elite fork from Demolition, then we’ll get a look at the Ravager top load stem from The Shadow Conspiracy and finally wrap things up with the new District complete bike from Volume Bikes! Ready? Alright, let’s do this…
Time for some new treads for the wheels but you’re ballin’ on a budget? Take a closer look at the new Current tires from Sunday! These affordable tires feature high-pressure sidewalls for minimal rolling resistance along with a micro-knurled tread patter that’s going to keep you rolling at the trials, the skatepark or the streets. These tires come in two sizes; 20 x 2.10″ (20.9 oz.) and 20 x 2.25″ (24.3 oz). Both sizes have a 100 PSI max pressure.
You can find out more about Sunday Bikes and their products by visiting their website — SundayBikes.com
Thinking about trying plastic pegs out or you’re due for a new set? Take a look at the Chase DeHart signature Butter nylon pegs from Cult. These 105mm long pegs have a heat-treated 4130 chromoly core with a Perlon nylon 6 sleeve. They’ve slimmed down the inner core so that when the peg has the sleeve on, it’s the same size as Cult’s Doomsday peg (35mm diameter). These pegs are sold individually and come in 3/8″ and 14″ axle versions. Each peg comes with an extra replacement sleeve as well.
You can pick up the Butter nylon pegs for $19.99 each on Dan’s Comp or you can pick them up direct from the Cult Webstore for $19.99 as well.
You can pick up the replacement sleeves for $5.99 each on Dan’s Comp.
Or you can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Tip Plus (West Coast), Greenhouse (Midwest) or Animal Bikes (East Coast) to pick up the pegs or replacement sleeves.
To find out more about Cult and their products, check out their website — CultCrew.com
Is that crack in your fork or bend getting a little sketchy? It’s probably a good idea to get yourself a new fork. Take a look at Rob Wise’s signature Elite fork from Demolition. This fully heat-treated 4130 chromoly fork has a 165mm long one-piece internally and externally butted steerer tube, ultra tapered legs that are wider to fit those monster truck tires, notched 4mm thick drop outs for more peg clearance with machined cut outs to save a little weight, a 30mm offset and an aluminum compression bolt. This fork is available in black, red, white and chrome with a weight of 29.9 oz..
You can find out more about Demolition and their products by visiting their website — DemolitionParts.com
Looking for a new stem? Have you checked out The Shadow Conspiracy‘s Ravager Topload stem? This CNC machined 6061 T6-alloy stem has a reach of 53mm, a rise of 27mm and a 32mm stack height. It features a wider stance for more clamping power, 6mm heat-treated hollow hex bolts and extra machining for a clean look and additional weight savings. The Ravager top load stem is available in black, red, high polish, highlighter blue, highlighter yellow, purple, white, Perma blue and copper with a weight of 10.8 oz.
To find out more about The Shadow Conspiracy and their products, check out their website — TheShadowConspiracy.com.
So you’re thinking about getting yourself a complete bike? The new 2014 completes from Volume Bikes just dropped and are definitely worth taking a closer look at. The District complete is geared towards the beginner to intermediate rider looking for a quality bike without dropping a ton of money to get it. The bike starts out with a frame with a 75-degree head tube angle, 9″ seat tube height, a 13.5″ chainstay length and a 20.5″ top tube length. You can find a full chromoly fork, Hi-Ten steel bars with a 8.3″ rise and 28.5″ width, Volume’s Staple stem, Genesis headset, Volume Flag Mid pivotal seat and pivotal post, Demolition Missle grips, Genesis Octagon 3-piece tubular 175mm cranks, 25 tooth sprocket, Demolition pedals, Odyssey‘s Springfield brakes, lever and Quik Slic brake cable, a Genesis Turbine sealed cassette hub with 9-tooth driver laced to a 36-hole Genesis rim with a Demolition Machete 20 x 2.35″ tire and a Genesis unsealed front hub laced to a Genesis 36-hole rim with a Demolition Machete 20 x 2.25″ tire in the back. This bike is available in matte black, matte purple and gloss orange.
These bikes are hitting shops and distributors worldwide now. You can have your local shop pre-order one for you by having them hit up 180 Distribution today.
You can find out more about Volume Bikes and their products by visiting their website — VolumeBikes.com
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