And a day late. I apologize, but I had a valid excuse… Profile Racing and Madera team riders were at Bluff Valley yesterday so I spent the day hanging out and riding with those guys. Either way, I’ve got a fresh round of Products: for you today. The 46th edition gives you a closer look at Cult‘s Spline Drive OS sprocket, Nathan Williams’ signature stem from Eclat, Diamondback U.K‘s Resin pedals, Hoffman‘s Generator front hub and the Aegis hub guards from Profile Racing. Let’s take a look!
First up this week, we’ve got the Cult OS spline drive sprocket for you. This sprocket is made from 6mm thick 7075 aluminum and has plenty of CNC machining to give it a rad look. The OS sprocket is available in 25 and 28 tooth options for 19mm, 48-spline drive spindles. You can pick this up in black, blue, orange, raw and red with a weight of 2.7 oz.
The Cult OS Spline Drive Sprocket is available for $54.99 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 (East Coast) to get you one ordered up.
To find out more about Cult and their products, check out their website — CultCrew.com
Is it time for a new stem? Looking for a little lift? Check out Nathan Williams’ signature stem from Eclat. The Nathan stem is CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum with a reach of 49mm, stack height of 33mm and a rise of 23mm (upright) or 10mm (Inverted). The stem also features an offset rear slot for better clamping, hollow stem bolt, chamfered edges, laser etched logos and extra internal CNC machining for additional weight savings. The Nathan stem is available in black, blue and polished with a weight of 10.2 oz.
You can pick this stem up for $83.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Seattle Bike Supply to get you one ordered up today.
To find out more about Eclat and their products, check out their website — EclatBMX.com
Looking for some new pedals? Take a look at the Resin pedal from Diamondback U.K. These plastic pedals have wider molded pins for extra grip, unsealed bearings and a 9/16″ chromoly spindle. simple, clean and cost effective. The resin pedals come in clean, black, red, blue, green and brown with a weight of 12.52 oz.
You can pick these pedals up for £15.99 from the Diamondback U.K webstore or you can hit their Dealer Locater if you’re looking for a shop in the U.K.
You can find out more about Diamondback U.K and their products by hitting up their website– Diamondback-BMX.eu/BMX/
That front wheel of yours rolling like you have gravel for bearings? Maybe it’s time you pick yourself up a new hub. Check out the Generator front hub from Hoffman Bikes. This 36-hole 6061 aluminum hub features 2-sealed bearings, 7075 aluminum cone washer and chromoly female axle with 3/8″ chromoly bolts. The Generator hub is available in black. Blasted Sand, red, blue, green and Smoke Nickel with a weight of 9 oz.
You can pick the Generator hub up for $39.99 on Sidewall Action Sports or you can have your local shop hit up Sidewall Distribution to get one ordered up today.
To find out more about Hoffman Bikes and their products, check out their website — HoffmanBikes.com
Do you run Profile Racing or Madera hubs with pegs? I’d definitely suggest looking into picking up the Aegis hub guards to prevent wear on the hub shell or breaking spokes. The Aegis hub guard is made from CNC machined 7075 aluminum and comes in three versions, front, rear, and rear drive side (not pictured). These are designed to fit on the Profile Mini and Totem hubs or the Madera Pilot and Cassette hubs by replacing the cone spacer on the non-drive side or acting as the cone spacer and jam nut on the drive side. The Aegis hub guards come in black with a weight of 2.7 oz. (rear non-drive side), 1.2 oz. (front) and 2.2 oz. (rear drive side).
You can pick the front guard up for $34.99 on Dan’s Comp or for $34.95 on the Profile webstore.
You can pick the rear non-drive side guard up for $29.99 on Dan’s Comp or for $34.95 on the Profile webstore.
You can pick the rear drive side guard up for $33.95 on the Profile Racing webstore.
You can also have your local shop hit up Profile Racing to get you some ordered up as well.
To find out more about Profile Racing and their products, check out their website — ProfileRacing.com
That wraps up this weeks edition of Products:! Check back next weekend for the 47th edition with 5 more fresh products to check out. 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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