Another week went flying by us, and now it’s Saturday again. That means we’re on our twelfth edition of Products:. This week, we take a closer look at Mutant‘s Lobo bars, Wethepeople‘s Turmoil sprocket, Division Brand‘s Formosa fork, Subrosa‘s Hold On top load stem and Madera‘s limited edition hand made seats. Let’s do this!
Are you looking to get your hands on some new bars? Have you checked out the Lobo bar from Mutant Bikes? These multi-butted tubing, fully 20/20 heat treated bars feature a 8.5″ inch rise, 28″ width, 11-degrees of backsweep and 5-degrees of upsweep. The Lobo bars are available in flat black, flat dark grey, flat white, flat red and limited edition ED red with a weight of 24.34 oz.
You can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up QBP to get yourself a set ordered.
To find out more about Mutant Bikes, check out their website — MutantBikes.com
Has that sprocket you’ve got on your bike seen better days? Looking to get yourself on that spline drive game? Take a look at Wethepeople‘s Turmoil sprocket. This 7075-T6 alloy sprocket is fully CNC machined with a thickness of 6.35mm and comes in sizes of 25, 26, 28 and 30 tooth versions. The Turmoil is available in both, regular and spline drive. The regular version is supplied with two adapters to fit the 19mm or 22mm spindles and the spline drive has a steel insert that fits 48 spline, 19mm spindles. The sprocket comes in hard anodized colors of black, gold, red, and silver with a weight of 2.71 oz. (25t).
Have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Seattle Bike Supply to get yourself one of these Turmoil sprockets ordered up.
To find out more about Wethepeople, hit up their website — Wethepeople.de
Generally, when your forks are bent like yours, it’s a good time to get a new set ordered up. But what do I know? If you are in the market for a fresh pair, take a peek at the Formosa fork from Division Brand. This fully post weld heat-treated chromoly fork features screw tapered and butted legs, a one-piece CNC fluted streerer tube, investment casted drop outs and a 32mm offset. The Formosa fork is available in ED black and chrome with a weight of 2.11 lbs.
You can pick one of these up from the Sidewall Action Sports website for $139.99 or have your local shop hit up Sidewall Distribution to get one ordered up.
You can find out more about Division Brand by visiting their website — DivisionBrand.com
Want a little more height on your bars, but you don’t want to get bigger bars or have a million spacers under your stem? A top load stem would be the best option to get a lift without having to do either of those things. The Hold On top load stem from Subrosa is a fully CNC machined 6061-T6 alloy stem with a 53mm reach, a stack height of 31mm and a rise of 26mm or 5mm (inverted). The stem also features 6 hollow hex bolts and internal machining to help reduce weight. The Hold On top load stem is available in colors of matte black, matte blue, polished silver, matte army green, gun metal gray and trans orange with a weight of 10.3 oz.
You can pick one of these up for $54.99 on Dan’s Comp or have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Sparkys Distribution to get you one ordered.
To find out more about Subrosa, visit their website — SubrosaBrand.com
Are you looking for a new seat, but you want something that’s unique and high quality? Check out these limited edition leather seats from Madera that are hand made right here in the U.S by one of the best dudes in BMX, James Covington. These pivotal seats feature a leather construction with a custom Madera logo embossed into the leather with hand stitching on the rubber bolt hole. The seats are very limited edition and come in tan or red leather only.
To get your ass on one of these, they are available for $49.95 on the Madera webstore your local shop hit up Profile Racing to get one ordered up.
You can find out more about Madera by visiting their website — MaderaBMX.net
That wraps up the twelfth edition of Products:! Huge shout out to everyone checking this out and all of our Supporters. Check back next Saturday for the lucky 13th edition. Until then, check out all of our Originals or hit the Daily section for all the latest videos, news, products and more!
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