Looking for a new t-shirt? Here’s a look at the new JJ Palmere signature Palmere V2 t-shirt that Fiend have released. This shirt was designed by Eben Fischer and is printed on premium 4.5 oz. ringspun cotton blanks using a pigmented discharge process that helps keep the ink feeling soft.
We love ourselves a little sneak peek! Here’s a look at the new JJ Palmere signature topload stem that Fiend will be releasing next month! We don’t have much info as far as specs go, but it appears to be a happy medium between the Reynolds front load stem and the Ty Morrow top load stem they already have. Other than that, we can assume it’s CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum with a recessed top, beveled edges, two laser etched logos on the top plate and some internal machining to save weight based off the photo. We’ll let you know full details as soon as it’s available!
The JJ Palmere signature sprocket from Primo is available now! This sprocket is CNC machined from aluminum with a unique design and dremeled dimples to give it a little extra flash to it. The JJ sprocket is available in 25 and 28 tooth with colors of black, red, gold, polished and oil slick through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Primo worldwide now for around $49.99!
The other weekend to celebrate Friday the 13th, Fiend threw a few different jams all over the U.S. They had Ty Morrow and JJ Palmere throw one at a plaza in Los Angeles where those guys, along with Bruno Hoffmann and a ton locals, all threw down some riding till the sun went down! Check out this highlight video above and see who rolled home with a new GoPro camera. JJ is all smiles now that he got his braces off!
“Ty Morrow and JJ Palmere gather a whole crew of shredders in Hollywood, California to celebrate Friday the 13th in Fiending fashion.
Credit: Fernando Gomarín Olaiz”
Fiend released a little sneak peek of the graphics that will be found on the 2nd version of JJ Palmere‘s signature frame that is due out soon! Based off what we’re seeing, he’s going with a Willy Wonka themed layout that looks pretty wild. Expect more info and a better look at the entire BMX frame closer to its release!
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Is it time for a new frame? Have you given JJ Palmere’s signature frame from Fiend a look yet? This frame is made from 4130 chromoly with a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height, 9″ stand over height and 13.5″ chain stay length. This frame features a heat-treated head tube and Mid bottom bracket shell, top and down tube gussets with the top being Invest Cast with a Fiend Phillies logo, an externally machined seat tube, tapered seat and chain stays with plenty of tired clearance, 5mm thick dropouts and an integrated seat post clamp. This frame comes in two versions; brakeless and removable brake mounts. The Palmere comes in top tube lengths of 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″ with color options of orange, eggplant, green and ED black and a weight of 4.75 lbs.
This frame is available through all shops and mail-orders that carry Fiend worldwide now.
You can find out more about Fiend and their products by visiting their website — FiendBMX.com.
Check out more photos after the jump!
Here’s a fresh one from Steve Croteau featuring a bunch of clips he’s filmed with the Peep Game crew on his camera. The quality is a little rough, but with a crew like that you already know this is well worth a look! Check it!
“Some clips I shot on my Canon Powershot
Riders in Order:
Anthony BOY Flores
Song: Pro ERA – School High”