80 rounds of Products:.. That’s kind of crazy to think that we’ve featured over 400 products by doing this every week. The good news? We’re not stopping any time soon! This week we have a whole bunch of fresh BMX goods for you to take a peek at! This time around we’ll take a closer look at Aaron Smith’s signature Live Free pivotal seat from Demolition, the Ravager top load stem from The Shadow Conspiracy, Ben Lewis’ signature 4-piece Benny bars from Fit Bike Co., Ryan Howard’s signature Drive-Side hub guard from The Daily Grind and then we’ll wrap things up with Helm spline drive sprocket from Madera. Ready? Let’s get into it!
Time for a new seat? Have you seen the new Aaron Smith signature Live Free or Die signature Pivotal seat from Demolition? This fat style seat has plenty of padding with a kevlar type vinyl cover. You can find a sewn on patch with the Live Free or Die logo on the side and one on the rear. The pan of the seat has an all new reinforced design to help prevent bending and breaking as well which is always a good thing! The seat is available in black with the black and white embroidered patches only with a weight of 12.3oz.
You can find out more about Demolition and their products by visiting their website — DemolitionParts.com
Looking into getting a new top load stem? Give the Ravager stem from The Shadow Conspiracy. This fully CNC machined 6061-T6 alloy stem features a reach of 53mm, a rise of 27mm and a stack height of 32mm. The stem features a wider design which gives more clamping area for the bars to improve hold strength, additional machining on the sides for extra weight savings and heat-treated 6mm hollow hex bolts to keep everything tight. The Ravager top load stem comes in colors of black, polished, red, highlighter blue, highlighter yellow, white, Perma blue and copper with a weight of 10.8 oz.
To find out more about The Shadow Conspiracy and all of their products, check out their website — TheShadowConspiracy.com
Gonna want some new bars for that stem, right? Give Ben Lewis’ signature 4-piece Benny bars from Fit Bike Co. a look! These straight gauge 4130 chromoly bars are 100% 4Q Baked heat-treated and made right here in the U.S.A. The bars feature a rise of 8.25″, width of 28.5″, 10.5-degrees of upsweep, 4-degrees of backsweep and some large top bends to help increase the overall strength. These bars are available in colors of matte black and chrome with a weight of 2.15 lbs!
You can find out more about Fit Bike Co. and their whole range of products by visiting their website — FitBikeCo.com
One of the best investments you can make on your bike is hub guards. Saving your spokes and hubs from the wear and tear from grinding is huge. The Ryan Howard signature Drive-Side hub guard from The Daily Grind is designed to help keep your chain, driver, spokes and hub shell all safe from girding destruction. The guard is made from CNC machined 4140 chromoly that is post-production heat-treated. This guard will fit most hubs with 9-tooth drivers.
To find out more about The Daily Grind and their products, check out their website — TheDailyGrindBMX.com
Have your tried a Spline Drive sprocket yet? Maybe you should try out the Helm sprocket from Madera. This sprocket is made right here in the U.S.A out of CNC machined 7075 aluminum with a 4340 heat-treated chromoly insert for 19mm, 48-spline spindles so you can just slide the sprocket on without the need for a bolt to hold it in place. The Helm sprocket is available in 25 and 28 tooth versions with colors of black, Fall red, Snow, nickel and Graffiti and a weight 2.75 oz. (25t) or 3.20 oz. (28t).
To find out more about Madera and their products, check out their website — MaderaBMX.net
That wraps up this weeks round of Products:! Check back next weekend to see the 81st edition with 5 more dialed BMX products for you to take a look at! 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!