Eric L fired out this promo for his signature Principal seat and Sand bars……..both of which we have available. While we’re on the subject of Eric, his Twenty Twelve edit was (in our opinion) one of this year’s best and might have been overlooked by some of you.
ESPN has a Chase Hawk bike check for your inspection here
Hawk tyres and sprocket, GSport Birdcages, 180mm LHD Thunderbolts, Twisted PC pedals, Aiken pivotal seat, Antigram hub, R32 forks, and Bluebird chain. Tight set up.
Jim Cielencki needed to build a new bike and wad’ya know, the Soundwave complete met his needs exactly. Not only is this bike good enough to ride straight out the box, it’s better specced than virtually any custom build you care to name.
Tom Dugan won International Rider of the Year in Ride UK’s Reader Awards. Bang bang dang dang.
French website The Diggest have a sweet exclusive gallery here with photos taken by Fly’s Kevin Kalkoff.
The lads over at Waller BMX in Sheffield send over this flyer for their charity jam. No word on whether Little H will be rapping or shredding the scooter.
Ruben, Gary Young, Aaron Ross and more in action……wild location.
Dave over at the The Merged has a really interesting interview with Chris Costonas from Odyssey about the history of their 41Thermal heat-treating process and how it revolutionized the standards for BMX forks.
Driveside hubguards – if you’re all about the four pegs then these are going to protect your Proper (or similar) hub from grind damage. Much like the existing guards, these screw-on, replacing the existing cone nut. In case you were wondering, we have fresh stocks of cassette hubs to fit these bad boys to.
Proper’s Microlite V2 front hub has been refined over the years and now has a steel axle and bigger bearings for maintenance free riding. Note the new logo. These come in Black, Purple, Polished, and Blue for 2013.
The Magnalite brake also had a facelift for 2013. Also in Black, Polished, Blue, or Purple.
These are the new TTL forks. Built to last in black or chrome (with closed drop-out option). These include a black CNC cap and polished ones are available separately.
TTL frames come in two new colourways plus the ubiquitous black. This aqua blue is a durable paint finish…..similar to the previous ED Blue but less prone to scratching. The other colourway is cadmium grey……..a sweet metallic grey/brown.
Max Wood’s Trawlerman frames hit the UK in tiny numbers earlier this year. Now they’ll be available outside of a few exclusive shops.
Again, Stebson grips came to the UK in really limited numbers and sold out before they arrived. These are soft, long, and about as thin as a mushroom style grip can go.