35 editions of Products: deep. This time around we’re going to take a closer look at the new Lahsaan Kobza signature Chula grips from The Shadow Conspiracy, the Rooster frame from Sunday Bikes, the updated Deluxe bars, Cult‘s OS cranks and the Ontic EL complete bike from Hoffman Bikes. Sound good? Let’s get into this.
Damn. This post is going to make me feel old. Eastern Bikes have released the 7th edition of their popular Grim Reaper frame. This version of the frame features a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height, 8.7″ stand over height and a 13.2″ – 13.5″ chainstay length. You can find features like a double butted top tube, a Helix down tube to help resist denting, an offset butted and heat-treated head tube, heat-treated mid bottom bracket, a single butted seat tube, tapered and single butted seat and chain stays, heat-treated CNC machined drop outs with integrated chain tensioners, removable brake mounts and those classic Eastern cut outs on the head tube, seat tube and bottom bracket. You can pick the Grim Reaper 7 up in 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″ top tube lengths, matte black or polished clear coat, a weight of 4.06 lbs and a price tag of $379.99.
You can check out more photos of the frame by clicking here.
Who else remembers the first Grim Reaper… Old dogs.
Dan’s Comp has been having a ton of sales lately. This week they’re giving you 15% off and free shipping. Get on this.
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It’s almost here. You can already see how dialed your bike will be after the holidays. There’s still time to drop some hints to your friends and family of what you could really use this year. This week we have 5 more fresh BMX products to give a look at to help you make that bike roll nice and smooth in 2013. Check out the Profile Racing Totem front hub, Division Brand‘s Pivotal seat, Subrosa‘s Villicus V2 frame, Diamondback U.K‘s Recon complete bike and the Benny L stem from Fit Bike Co.. Let’s take a look!
We got a preview of this one at Interbike in September, but it looks like Mike “Hucker” Clark’s signature frame from S&M is out now. The Hucker frame features a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.7″ bottom bracket height, 8.8″ stand over height and a 13.3″ chainstay length. You can find top and down tube gussets with the Mike’s Shaka logo, bullet seat and chainstays, removable brake mounts, integrated seat post clamp and a mid bottom bracket. The frame comes in colors of translucent matte black and copper with top tube lengths of 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″ and a weight of 4.86 lbs.
You can pick one of these up for $369.99 and check out more photos right here.
It looks like Hoang Tran’s signature Villicus frame is getting a revamp for Spring 2013. Subrosa dropped this sneak peek today with “More info soon.” for us all to drool and speculate over. We’ll let you know more as soon as we know more.
I heard you were looking to get your hands on one of the Chase Hawk or Dakota Roche signature colorway frames from Cult? Well, the good news is that they are out now and any and all shops that carry Cult can get you one. The bad part? Trying to figure out which one of these fine American made frames you want. Check out more info right here.