There’s no denying that we’re always big fans of what Tree Bicycle Co. produce because of their quality, attention to detail and design process. During Interbike, we caught up with Sam Schulte and got a look at their OG Sprocket and Guard combo and we’re really digging the look of it, so we figured it would be a good idea to take a closer look and really go through the details on this one. So, let’s get into it!
Is it time for a new BMX stem? Tree Bicycle Co. have released Timmy Theus’ signature topload stem for you to get your hands on. This stem is CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum with a 50mm reach, 23mm rise and 31mm stack height. This stem features a wedge cut design which helps to raise your bars, but not as much as a traditional top load stem does. They have given the stem and smooth and compact design with internal machining to help reduce weight without sacrificing strength and there are 6 solid chromoly 6mm hex head bolts to keep it all tight.
The Timmy Theus Signature Topload Stem from Tree Bicycle Co. is available in black and Polished silver through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Tree Bicycle Co. worldwide.
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After a few years of a not being available in the United States due to the lack of a distributor, Simple Bike Co. is once again available through Tree Bicycle Co.. Shops looking to get their hands on Simple products should contact Tree Bicycle Co. You can also get your hands on the product direct from the Tree Bicycle Co. webstore. Go take a look and see what they have in stock right here.
Here’s a bit of a surprise. We though the whole “New England Roast” video was released online back in 2013, but it turns out that was only a 6 minute version of the video that is actually 27 minutes long! Today, Tree Bicycle Co. released the full video online for your viewing pleasure! This has trails, street and park gold all throughout it! Hit play and enjoy!
“Join Brian Yeagle, Clint Reynolds, Timmy Theus, and Tree owner Sam Schulte as travel throughout the Northeast and ride everything from the world famous Catty Woods, to New England street, to shop stops and local parks. Then they visit Clint’s parents home in New Hampshire and camp in the White mountains.
Tree Bicycle Co. have just added Dylan Gold to their roster! Check out this welcome to the team video giving us a look at just why they picked him up! This video is filled with plenty of style, nose balance and even some grinds. Take a look!
“Dylan coming straight out of Peoria, IL is one of those dudes that’s just as awesome off the bike as he is on the bike! It just seemed like a perfect addition to our team! He has an expansive bag of tricks and tons of style to make it all look good too! Thank you to filmer Phil Mayes who threw this quick little BMX video together!”
Have you ever wondered why Tree Bicycle Co. use the Straight Pull design for their BMX hubs? Well, let Sam Schulte explain in this quick video.
“Sam gives us a little insight as to why the straight pull hub design is stronger than the traditional J Bend design. Learn somethin’!”
There’s no denying that BMX has seen A LOT of color over the years and we have seen just about every color under the sun from bright florescent colors to 50 shades of black to some shiny and matte colors and as of late, wraps that are looking pretty rad as well! The past few months we have seen some interesting color options from brands like Odyssey, The Shadow Conspiracy, Tree Bicycle Co., Demolition Parts, Madera and Profile Racing that have been getting a lot of love. We figured it would be fun to see just what color takes the top spot at the moment, so here are some examples of these new colors. We want to know what you think!