Mutiny’s Wand forks version two are out now and available in seven different colors. These are made out of 4130 cr-mo, have multi butted tubing and are 420 heat treated. For more, click here.
Mutiny is almost done with updating their new website with new parts, photos and stuff, so make sure you throw your eye at it. For the new site Josh Bedford, Robbo and Paul Heathcote filmed some clips to show you how their random filming days look like. Always awesome to see this guys shred.
I think Randy Taylor might be one of the best riders of all time for me. This Mutiny edit was filmed just a few weeks after his twelve months of hell and being off his bike because of his injured leg, numerous surgeries and pain. Nothing to crazy went down in this one, but lets take a look at it for one more time.
Mutiny’s latest print ad features their UK rider Josh Bedford with a huge hop over this wooden rail and is features in The Albion issue 8 and next issue of 2020 BMX.
Mutiny dropped another sneak peek. This time it’s about their upcoming (should bi out at the end of this year) Cinch cranks and Octad spline drive sprocket. As you can see on the picture, cranks will be without sprocket bolt bosses.
This is a sneak peek of Mutiny’s updated version of Lucky Strike Frame. It features a bend chain stay and this new azure blue colorway. Lucky Strike should be out very soon.
Here is a quick preview of Mutiny’s second version of their Wand forks.
“Offset: 33mm, Weight: 34 oz, Tapered Legs, Butted steerer tube with built in bearing race for campy style internal headsets, Investment cast hollow drop outs420 Baked 4130 Cromo Tubing, Investment cast drop out, Improved clearance for bigger tire clearance, New 1pc steerer tube design, New fork leg tubing for improved strength.”
We all know there hasn’t been a Randy Taylor edit or picture or just something related with him out for a while and today the news dropped that he will be no more on the Mutiny pro team.
“Randy Taylor is no longer on the pro team. We’ve tried everything to get Randy back into the spot light, on trips and on his bike but sadly it’s not happened. Believe me it’s not through lack of trying on our end. We wish him nothing but the best and hopefully we will be seeing him back on his bike soon.”