The end of July is already coming and we’re getting closer and closer to September when brands start premiering their newest products for 2014 at Interbike. However, that hasn’t stopped brands from dropping a few new items lately along with some already dialed parts that have been out for a little bit now. This week we’re going to take a closer look at the new 22mm Column cranks from Profile Racing, the 2013 Back To School softgoods from Subrosa, the Unity front load stem from Madera, the Old Schoolin’ snapback from Freed Bikes and then wrap it up with the Bama bars from Hoffman Bikes! Let’s get into this!
The Subrosa Back To School 2013 apparel has dropped and it’s looking real good! Take a look at the full line in the flipbook above that has everything from shirts to pants, hats, iPhone cases, belts and more! Really digging a lot of the things in this!
Ben Lewis’ signature grip from Fit Bike Co. are OUT NOW and available in black, red and gum for colors! The grips have a 152mm length, 31mm diameter, are made from an extra soft and tacky rubber for plenty of grip, have no flanges and comes with matching bar plugs! Just the way Benny L likes ’em! Click Here for more info!
The other day, our friend and photographer, Matt Bosco, hit us up with a few of the photos he shot so far this summer between his different film and digital cameras. We’ve been working on making a few tweaks to the site to make it easier to navigate and run more efficiently and it just so happens that the changes to the photogalleries need a little testing, so we figured it would be the perfect opportunity to post up some fresh photos from Matt featuring a few Canadian shredders along with some lifestyle and landscape shots that all turned out real good. Click the link below to take a peek at the photos! Please feel free to toss out some feedback on the functionality of the gallery as well!
Holy… Shit… Dude… Josh Harrington’s new promo for his signature frame The Stray from Premium is absolutely INSANE. You NEED to see this. WOW.
“The Premium “Stray” is the third version of Josh Harrington’s signature frame series. Like versions 1 and 2, this frame is designed with the taller rider in mind. Josh is larger than life, on and off the bike, and his custom geometry is a reflection of that. Available in 21″ and 21.25″ top tubes, the Stray has a 14.25″ chain-stay, and a 9″ stand-over. So, if you’re in the 6′ ballpark, and ride rails, trails or park – The Stray is for you. Frame weight is 4lbs 12oz, and is currently available in matte blood red only.
Josh really went in on this video with clips that include his crazy RideBMX cover shot and the final clip blew all of our minds and I’m sure yours too. Josh hit that first try just before midday and it was the first clip on the Premium catalog trip. What a way to start a trip!
To see more of Josh and his Premium Stray frame visit premiumbmx.com