After a few months of hearing about the frame, Volume finally have Jason Enns’ 10 year anniversary Destroyer frames in stock. For those of you who have been in the game for a while, you probably remember this frame. Well, it’s back for a short time with some more current geometry. Take a look here.
S&M have released the second version of Randy Brown’s signature frame. It sounds like Randy didn’t want to change much besides a few special features. The frame made from butted true temper SupertTherm “4Q Baked” tubing has a 75 degree head tube angle, 71 degree seat tube angle, 11.8″ bottom bracket height, 8.5″ stand over height and a 13.55″ to 13.85″ rear end. The frame features thread on removable mounts, top tube gusset, “RB” down tube gusset, curved seat and chain stay bridges, tapered and swaged seat and chain stays, clearance for monster truck tires, micro “4Q Baked” 14mm drop outs, integrated seat post clamp, and some graphics designed by Randy. Weighing in at 4.42 lbs with 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″ top tube lengths and brown, gloss black and green color options. Made in America!
I’d imagine these will be hitting distributors, shops and mail orders soon. So start saving.
The new Cantero frame from Cardinal is made from 100% chromoly tubing with a 75 degree head tube angle, 71 degree seat tube angle, 11.6” bottom bracket height, and a 13.5” chainstay length. The frame features heat treated bottom bracket, head tube and drop outs, double butted top and down tubes, tapered chain and seat stays and seat tube, external gusset on the down tube, laser cut 5mm thick drop outs, integrated seat post clamp, and removable mounts. Weighing in at 4.6 lbs with 20.8”, 21” and 21.25” top tube lengths and red, raw and black color options.
It looks like Season Bikes have added the Galaxy frame to their line up. This commercial they have put together does a real good job of showing what a day of BMX is like, haha. It also shows the specs and special features of the frame. You can check out more by hitting the Season website, or this direct link to their Products section. I want to see more brands doing stuff like this to promote their new stuff.