Another week has flown by. The annual Interbike madness has subsided and things are smooth again. We’ve got another fresh edition of Products: for you to check out as I hope you are starting to expect on Saturdays. This week we’re going to take a closer look at the Madera V2. Cassette hub, Colony‘s Clone rear hub guard, Sunday‘s new Broadcaster frame, Deluxe‘s new tripod seat and seat post and the Cinema Wheel Co. Tungsten rear wheel. Let’s get into this so you can get out and ride already!
Deluxe posted up this quick photo of Jeremy Ball’s current setup. How good does that look? Such a dialed unit.
The full Tyler Deschaine interview that was up on the Red Bull U.K website is now up on the Deluxe website. In the interview, Tyler talks about filming with Jeremy Ball for their submission for The Hunt. I got a sneak peek at Jeremy’s section and all I can say is it’s PURE FIRE and I hope it makes it to the finals. Check out that interview to find out more until then.
Well, it would appear to be that time of the week again. We’ve got the 21st volume of Products: for you to check out. This week we’ve got the Sacre Bleu frame from Deluxe, the Sabretooth sprocket from Sunday, Hoang Tran’s signature Villicus bars from Subrosa, the Pivotal seat from Division Brand and the soon to be released DG pedals from The Daily Grind. Let’s take a peek!
One of the hardest things to do when starting a brand is finding the proper distribution channels in all of the different countries. Here in the U.S, there are quite a few options. However, there’s nothing quite like QBP. In my opinion, they are the best distribution company here in the U.S based on their 3 warehouse locations, amazing customer service and huge selection of products. Anyone who works in a shop here in the U.S probably knows what I’m talking about.
Mark Noble has been working real hard on finding a “quality” distributor here in the U.S for Deluxe and And Forks. It looks like all the pieces finally fell into place and starting in November, shops all over the U.S will be able to get their hands on both brands products through QBP which is awesome news for both sides.
Here’s a few words direct from the Deluxe…
“After almost a year in hiatus, we’ve now got some big news for the USA – Deluxe will now be available from QBP BMX. We’ll kick things off by having products and a demo bike on the QBP BMX booth at Interbike in Vegas in a week or so – so if you’re going, drop by and say hi. It means that in the very near future, it couldn’t be easier to get Deluxe in the States – a dream come true. Thanks to everyone at QBP for all your help! Let’s do this…” – Mark Noble