Is it time for a new BMX Sprocket? The crew at Odyssey have released their new Utility Guard Pro Sprocket for you to get your hands on. This BMX sprocket is a re-design of two of their classics from the 90’s and early 2000’s; the Havok sprocket pocket which had a plastic guard (crazy how old sprockets had plastic guards, right?) and the original Utility Sprocket. Odyssey have taken both of these classics to create one badass guard sprocket that can hold up to the level of riding going down on bikes these days.
Check out the new Beta Guard Sprocket from Cinema BMX! If it’s time for a new BMX sprocket and you would like to try out a full guard sprocket that has a replaceable high impact plastic guard, this might just do the trick for you! The Beta Guard Sprocket starts out with an 8mm thick CNC machined 6061-T6 aluminum sprocket that is designed to perfectly fit the guard, which helps give this sprocket such a strong design. The guard is made from high impact, low friction plastic that is held in place with 4 bolts that thread directly into the sprocket, so there are no extra nuts or anything to hold the bolts in place, giving it a clean and simple look that will protect your chain and allow you to grind smooth as butter.
The Beta Guard Sprocket comes in 25-tooth only with Black, Polished and Bronze colors with the black guard, weighs in at 6.3 oz. and is compatible with 19mm, 22mm and 24mm bolt type cranks (19mm and 22mm spacers included). You can pick the sprocket up for $46.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders like Source BMX that carry Cinema BMX worldwide or direct from the Cinema Webstore now!
What do you think of the Beta Guard Sprocket? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments down below!
You can check out more from Cinema on their website — CinemaBMX.com!
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Looking for a new BMX Sprocket? The crew at Madera have released this new Limited Edition Jake Seeley signature Seel’d Signet Universal Guard Sprocket. The sprocket is CNC Machined from 6061 aluminum down in Florida by Profile Racing with a pretty clean and basic look. This sprocket is unique because it is a Universal sprocket that can be used with Spline Drive or Bolt On style cranks in 19mm, 22mm and 24mm axle sizes. This sprocket should fit pretty much every single set of BMX cranks out there.
“Following are the Universal Adapter choices:
A. 19mm Spline Drive
B. 22mm Spline Drive
C. 19mm Bolt On
D. 22mm Bolt On
E. 24mm Bolt On”
The Seel’d Universal Guard Sprocket is available in 25-tooth and 28-tooth sizes that fit 1/8″ chains, black or the only color option and a weight of 5.55 oz. (25t) and 7.05 oz. (28t) for $49.99 ($39.99 if you don’t need an adaptor) through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Madera worldwide now.
What do you think of the sprocket? Are you digging it? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below!
Here’s one we meant to post up the other week but completely dropped the ball on. Here’s a look at this wild new M-Line Sprocket that the crew at BRZRHD over in Russia recently released. This full guard sprocket has a TON of machining to not only save weight but looks amazing as well. This BMX Sprocket is CNC machined from 7075-T6 with a ton of detail and cut outs that give you a full guard protection, without much material elsewhere. One thing to note is that these sprockets aren’t designed for heavy abuse, and more for the looks than anything else. Brotherhood (BRZRHD) recommends using a different full guard sprocket if you’re trying to grind. Since it is made from 7075-T6, it’ll probably hold up fairly solid, it just doesn’t have that extra material that really makes for a good full guard sprocket to grind on. It appears to have a 24mm bore, so it should work with all 24mm, 22mm and 19mm sprockets as long as you have the adaptors.
The M-Line Sprocket is available in Bolt drive and Socket Drive styles, 25 and 28-tooth sizes, and black and Aluminum colors (Aluminum is currently sold out at the time of posting this) and can be found in the BRZRHD webstore for $75 (25T) – $77 (28t).
We are really digging the way this sprocket looks, but we’re sure it would be fairly easy to break if you put it through the same abuse as other guard sprockets, so this is definitely only recommended for the riders who are looking more for looks and some protection against the occasional slip up on grinds versus somebody doing pedal, sprocket and crooked grinds. Either way, this some serious BMX porn.
What do you think of the M-Line sprocket? Are you digging it? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below! You can find another sprocket mounted below, along with two videos giving you a detailed look below. Unfortunately the Aluminum color is sold out, but we would imagine they will be getting more in, in the near future.
Is it time for a new BMX Sprocket? Here’s a look at the new TBT Sprocket that BSD have just released. This sprocket is made from fully CNC machined, 7075-T6 aluminum with an 8mm thickness at the edges that tapers down to 6mm at the center to save weight. It has a classic throwback look with the 4 spoke design with pretty simple details making for a rad looking sprocket. The TBT sprocket has a 24mm bore and comes with 19mm and 22mm adaptors, so it will fit all bolt on cranks, comes in 25 and 28-tooth sizes, colors of Black and Polished and a weight of 2.47 oz. (25t). You can pick this sprocket up for $44.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry BSD worldwide and online now!
Available in Black and Polished with 25-tooth and 28-tooth sizes.
What do you think of the new BSD TBT sprocket? Are you digging the old school look? Do you have any questions? Let us know in the comments below!
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Is it time for a new sprocket? Looking for something that has a guard, but you want the option to run a regular sprocket, too? Fiend have released the JJ Palmere guard sprocket for you guys to check out. This sprocket is made from 6mm thick CNC machined 6061 aluminum with center aligned teeth and a laser etched logo. The sprocket has a unique double triangle design with plenty of cut outs to help reduce weight. Along with that comes a replaceable injection molded, high impact nylon Havoc Guard that is held in place by 4 bolts, giving you extra protection if you’re putting a lot of work in on rails and ledges.
The Palmere Guard Sprocket comes in Black, Matte Red and Tumbled Aluminum with a black guard for $49.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Fiend worldwide now. You can also pick up replacement guards for $11.99 if you burn through it.
What do you think of the Palmere Guard Sprocket? Do you have any questions? Let us know in the comments below.
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Get a closer look at the Impact Guard Sprocket from Federal Bikes!
We have seen a few BMX Sprockets with a removable guard appear over the past few years. It looks like Federal Bikes have added another dialed option for you to check out. Hit play on the video above for a detailed look at the Impact Guard Sprocket, then get more details below. You can also check out more photos, pricing and more on the Federal Bikes website!
“The Impact guard sprocket is made from the same tried and tested tough nylon blend as our hubguards. This offers a lighter alternative to the BBS alloy guard sprocket and also allows the nylon guard to be replaced after excessive wear/damage. This is available in both 25 and 28 tooth sizes in Black and Silver. The guard is also available separately as is the hardware to connect the sprocket to the guard.”