It’s that time of the week again! For the 9th edition of Products: we’ve got the Tree Bicycle Co. Sequoia bars, Eclat‘s Unit brakes, Mutant Bikes Slimy seat, Madera‘s Helm spline drive sprocket and Wethepeople‘s Envy frame. Let’s take a closer look!
If you are in the market for some bars and you are looking for something with some strength to them, then maybe the Sequoia bars from Tree Bicycle Co. are what you are looking for. These heat-treated 4130 chromoly bars are 11 butted and have a rise of 8.5″, 28.5″ width, 12-degrees of back sweep and the option of 4-degrees or 1-degree of upsweep. The bars also feature pre-threaded ends which will fit the Tree Bar ends. The bars are available in black or raw with a weight of 27.8 oz. (778 grams).
You can pick the bars up online through Dan’s Comp for $72.99 or have your local shop hit up either Blackout Distribution or QBP to get yourself a set ordered here in the U.S.
You can find out more about Tree Bicycle Co. on their website — TreeBicycleCo.com.
Let’s face it… Not everyone should be riding brakeless. I tend to run into a lot of things when my brakes have come off in the past. For those of your like me that aren’t so good without brakes, maybe the Eclat Unit brakes are for you. The Unit brake arms are made from low profile cold forged 6066-T6 alloy which are stiff and reduce flex. They also come with female threaded brake pads, a CNC machined cable hanger and the straddle cable. The brakes are available in black, orange, Midnight teal and high polished with a weight of 6.03 oz. (171 grams).
You can pick these brakes up online through Dan’s Comp for $39.99 – $54.99 or you can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Seattle Bike Supply to get some ordered up.
You can find out more about Eclat by visiting their website — EclatBMX.com
Are you due for a new seat? Have you checked out the Slimy seat from Mutant Bikes? This pivotal seat features a slim and lightweight design that’s made with kevlar material and features the Mutant key logo on the rubber patch. The Slimy seat is available in black with purple, black with white, black with red, black with gold, black with white, black with blue, grey with white and red with white.
These will be available here in the U.S real soon through QBP so have your shop get a pre-order in. These are currently available worldwide. Here’s a list of Distributors.
You can find out more about Mutant Bikes on their website — MutantBikes.com
Spline drive sprockets have been a hot product lately and Madera were one of the first brands taking advantage of it in BMX. The Helm spline drive sprocket is made right here in the U.S.A out of 7075 aluminum with a heat-treated chromoly insert that fits on 19mm 48-spline sprockets and fits 1/8″ chains. The sprocket is currently available in 25 and 28 tooth options with black, Font wrap (28 tooth only), Fall red and Snow with a weight of 76 grams.
You can pick one of these Helm sprockets up direct from Madera for $59.95, or you can hit up Dan’s Comp for $54.95. If you would like your local shop here in the U.S to get you one, have them hit up Profile Racing and they will get you dialed in.
You can find out more about Madera by visiting their website — MaderaBMX.net
Are you looking to get your hands on a new frame soon? Have you checked out the Envy frame from Wethepeople? This 4130 Japanese seamless and butted chromoly frame has a 75.5-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, an 8.5″ stand over height, 11.65″ bottom bracket height and 13.21″ (20.75″ tt) or 13.44″ (21.25″ tt) chain stay length depending on top tube length. The Envy frame features a CNC and machined heat-treated head tube and bottom bracket, an investment cast seat stay bridge, a strong tapered down tube, a double butted top tube, a gusset on the down tube and 7mm thick, investment casted and heat-treated drop outs. The frame is available in 20.75″ and 21.25″ top tube lengths with a weight of 5.41 lbs. (86.59 oz.). This frame also comes with a life time warranty.
You can have your local shop hit up Seattle Bike Supply to get one ordered up for you here in the U.S.
You can find out more about Wethepeople on their website — Wethepeople.de
That wraps up the 9th edition of Products:. I’d like to get a huge shout out to our Supporters. Check back next Saturday for the 10th edition of Products:. Until then, you can check out more of our Originals or hit up the Daily Section to check out the latest videos, products, news and more!
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