Three new Kink products are all available now (along with the new Bandanas, that we already told you about). Above are Ben Hittle’s signature Mudrunner frame and Aaron Smith’s signature Titan frame and below you can see the Kink Restrain lever. Hit you local shop or favourite mail order and get your bike freshened up.
If you are constantly asking yourself how your bike will look like with different color rims, spokes, sprocket, grips, etc.? Ask no more, because here is a new, really good BMX Color Customizer. Get creative and make yourself the kind of bike you always wanted to have. Have fun with it.
All you who didn’t got a chance to read a copy of the 12th issue of The Albion magazine, the mag is now online ready for the whole world to flip through it. All bunch of really good content in here and photo of course from Morgan Wade, Derek Adams and the Little Devil, Luc Legrand, Phil Demattia and more.
Get a closer look at Chad Kerley’s signature Markit CK jeans, that should be available at your local shop or at Dan’s Comp in late October. These jeans are made out of 100% American made denim, so what this means is that quality is on a extremely high level. More photos on Markit site.
Odyssey’s new Sweepstakes bars are available now and if you are looking for a big handlebar this could be the one for you. It features a 9″ rise, 10.5° back sweep, 4°up sweep and is 29″ wide. Lot of big bars already on the market.
Get a sneak peek at FBM’s upcoming Black Flag handlebar. This is a four piece design bar with 2° up sweep, 12° back sweep and will be 8-5/8″ tall and 29-1/2 wide. Looks like four piece handlebars are really getting back in the game.
Oh, one more thing, isn’t it kinda crazy, seeing one brand bringing back 4-pc handlebars and soon after a dozen of others doing the same thing?
Sixth issue of the Figure BMX magazine is now online and ready for the whole world to see it. I know this one is all in French, but even if you don’t understand a single word, at least check it for the photos, because there is plenty really good one.
Aaron Ross posted up on his Instagram a couple shot and specifications of his new signature frame from Sunday Bikes, the Motoross.
Frame will be available in two top tube sizes, 20.75″ and 21″, will feature a 75° heat tube angle, a 71° seat tube angle and will have 11.5″ BB height. Chain stay will be 13.25″ – 13.5.” It will come in three different colorways, this rad black splatter, orange soda and cool grey. Stay tuned for more.