Although Robbie Miranda and Neal Wood clocked a lot of laps on the race track, they threw down on trails, street and ramps just as hard. Here’s their split section from the DK Bicycles “Damn Kids” video from 1998! Not only did these guys stack a lot of great clips, they clocked some miles from Washington D.C to the U.K and more.
We were just checking out Neal Wood‘s Instagram to see what new creations he had been cooking up for Cult and he dropped a little sneak peek for you. Here’s a look at the Sean Ricany signature grip that will be hitting BMX shops and mail-orders with the 2017 range of Cult product that is dropping soon. Not much for detail, but it looks to have a wave rib pattern and no flanges. Not sure what the logo on the end looks like, either… But it’ll be out soon. Expect more details closer to its release.
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Here’s a gem Jon over at Can You Dig It spotted! It looks like Neal Wood at Cult has been busy working on a new trails specific frame that will be available potentially in September if all goes to plan.
The TRF frame will be made from 4130 chromoly with a 74.5-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.65″ bottom bracket height, 8.75″ stand over height and a 13.85″ – 14.25″ chain stay length. No word on exact details, but based off the drawing it appears that the frame will feature gussets on the top and down tubes, an integrated seat post clamp, seat stay removable brake mounts, a MID bottom bracket and 14mm drop outs (Sorry to the core trails guys hoping for 3/8″, haha).
The TRF will be available in 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″ and 21.25″ top tube lengths with black for the color. Expect more details closer to its release!