On July 17th, the Bone Deth crew threw a street jam on the streets of Boston! Here’s a short but sweet BMX video giving us a look at some of the action that went down throughout the day! With guys like Sean Burns leading the way, you know things got pretty wild! Hit that play button and take a look at just what went down!
Is it time for a new BMX frame? Looking for something you can ride without being scare you will break it? Well, maybe you should give Sean Burns’ signature frame from Bone Deth a look? The Motorbone frame is made from 4130 Sanko chromoly tubing with a 74.5-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 8.75″ stand over height, 11.8″ bottom bracket height and 13.65″ chain stay length (Centered). The frame features gussets on to the top and down tubes, a heat-treated, CNC machined head tube, an double-butted down tube, a heat-treated CNC machined MID bottom bracket, an integrated seat post clamp and low profile removable brake mounts and 6mm thick dropouts. The Motorbone is available in top tube lengths of 20.75″ and 21″ with a weight of 5.1 lbs. (20.75″) and color options of matte black and translucent gold.
You can find out more about Bone Deth and their products by visiting their website — BoneDethBMX.com
Want to see why we think this frame can hold up to what you throw at it? Watch Sean’s latest video after the jump.
48-spoke wheels used to be the norm years back, but as time went on and technology advanced, 36-spoke wheels became the dominate to help save some extra ounces. The guys at Bone Deth still offer 48-spoke wheels because let’s be real… They’re absolute savages. This video is a clear indicator as to just why they offer them and what kind of hell they are built to withstand. I wonder if they are working on 48 spoke wrists, ankles and knees. Woof.
“The Bone Deth Deadman Team consider’s their product testing
“Torture Testing.” Beating up the bike as much as they can whilst trying not to beat up themselves. In this video they test the Bone Deth 48 spoked wheels, the PH 48’s. Riding from Sean Burns, Lee Hopkins, Colt Fake, Jay Wilson, Kert Petersel, Waffle, Chris Crawford, Bungay, Dirt Ron and Dean Dickinson.” – DIG