Can you believe this is already the 15th edition of Products:? Crazy. This week we’re taking a closer look the The Daily Grind Bar Ends, Division Brand‘s Aesthetic bars, Madera‘s Pilot front hub, Wethepeople‘s Supreme stem and Subrosa‘s Villicus fork. Let’s get into this!
The Daily Grind is just starting to get things rolling as a brand, but it looks like they have already started producing some quality products. The Daily Grind Bar Ends are made from 6061 aluminum and are designed to fit pretty much every handlebar on the market. They’ve got a laser etched logo around the outside and come in black, red, orange, green, blue and purple.
The Bar Ends are available direct through The Daily Grind Web Store for $23.99.
You can find out more about The Daily Grind on their website — TheDailyGrindBMX.com
You’re going to need some bars to put those bar ends in, right? Have you checked out Daniel Johnson’s signature Aesthetic bars from Division Brand? These fully heat-treated multi-butted chromoly bars have a rise of 8.5″, width of 28.”, 12-degrees of backsweep and 1-degree of upsweep. The bars also feature a brazed on logo plate. The Aesthetic bars weigh in at 1.84 lbs. (835 grams) with ED black, clear raw and chrome for color options.
You can pick the bars up online at Sidewall Action Sports for $64.99 or have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Sidewall Distribution to get you a pair ordered up.
To find out more about Division Brand, visit their website — DivisionBrand.com
How are you going to hold those bars and bar ends in place? Maybe you can hold it all together with the Wethepeople Supreme stem? This fully CNC machined 7075-T6 alloy stem has a reach of 48mm, extra machining to save additional weight and a unique offset in the back for improved clamping on your fork. The Supreme stem weighs in at 10.68 oz. (303 grams) with colors of red, black, gold and silver.
You can have your local shop hit up Seattle Bike Supply to get you one of these ordered up here in the U.S.
To find out more about Wethepeople, check out their website — Wethepeople.de
Moving on down, that stem is going to need a fork to clamp on to. How about Hoang Tran’s signature Villicus fork from Subrosa? This 4130 Sanko chromoly fork is 100% post-weld Deathproof heat-treated and features butted and tapered tubing, a 30mm offset, a one-piece steerer tube, an integrated race, 4mm thick 3/8″ drop outs, a 6061 alloy top cap and a anti-rust ED coating under the paint. The Villicus fork weighs in at 31.1 oz with matte black, translucent orange, matte gun metal grey and chrome for colors.
You can pick the fork up on Dan’s Comp for $139.99 – $149.99 or you can have your local shop hit up Sparky’s Distribution to get you one ordered up.
To find out more about Subrosa, check out their website — SubrosaBrand.com
You’re going to need a hub for that fork! Have you looked into Madera‘s Pilot V2 front hub? The low flange alloy hub shell features a laser Etched Madera logo with two precision sealed bearings and an oversized hollow aluminum female axle on the inside and two 3/8″ chromoly axle bolts and alloy bearing cones to keep things together. The Pilot V2 also has a titanium axle bolt upgrade kid and is compatible with Profile‘s 3/8″ hub guard. You can pick one of these up in black, Snow and Fall red with a weight of 8.2 oz. (234 grams).
The Pilot V2 hub is available online through Dan’s Comp for $79.99 or direct from Madera’s web store for $86.99. You can also have your local shop here in the U.S hit up Profile Racing to get one ordered.
To find out more about Madera, visit their website — MaderaBMX.net.
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