One more bike check for you guys. This time fro S&M Bikes rider Derek Dorame showing you his white Hucker setup. Find more above and one beasty barspin gap.
Earlier this year Charlie Crumlish and Craig Passero parted ways with Stranger and it took them a little more than half a year and they are joining the S&M Bikes squad. I am sure there will be welcome to the team edits, or a split welcome to the team edit dropping in the near future, so stay tuned.
A recap from the Interbike 2013, made by ESPN’S Aaron Nardi. Aaron takes you inside the show and gives you a quick look what brands like Shadow Conspiracy, Cult, Eastern Bikes, Sunday Bikes, S&M Bikes and other have to offer. I am still really siked about the whole Cult and The Simpsons collaboration.
Here is more from this year’s Interbike show, brought to you by Vital BMX. Find out what is new in store from Volume Bikes, S&M Bikes, Diamondback, Stranger, Hyper and Eastern Bikes after the jump and start saving money for all the new cool stuff you will buy for your bike. I am really looking forward to see the big fat S&M Bikes Mainline tire in person, because this thing is monstrous.
Like I sad, the next few days will be pretty much all about Interbike 2013 and new products from all the brands that are on the market. Ride BMX present you short videos from brands like Subrosa, Stolen, United, Revenge Industries, S&M Bikes, Kink and Fit Bikes to show you all kind of different products they brought to the show. From Christian Rigal’s signature frame from United, to Simone Barraco’s new Noster frame and everything in between.
Terrible One has teamed up with S&M Bikes to bring out the all the Barcode frame. Above and below are photos of the prototypes so you can get a better look at it, before you -pre-order it.
The frame has true temper front end and featured a tapered chain stays and seat stays (7/8″ tapering to 3/4″), redesigned 3/16 heat treated droputs, new integrated seat clamp, 8.66″ stand over height and weights in 5 lbs. The frame will be available in four different color options, gloss black, gloss clear, navy blue and translucent orange and will come in sizes, 20.75″, 21.00″ and 21.25″. You could also get yourself this one with welded chain stay mounts, removable chain stay mounts, or no mounts at all.
Frame costs $389 plus $12 shipping in the U.S. It can be shipped internationally, but you need to email Joe (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out how much costs the shipping for your country.
Here are all the specifications of the frame:
TT: 20.75″, 21.00″, 21.25″
Head tube angle: 74.5°
Seat tube angle: 71°
Stand over height: 8.66″ (middle of BB to middle of TT)
Gussets: TT and DT
True Temper front end
Read end length: 13.75″ – 14.125″
Tapered chain stays and seat stays: 7/8″ tapering to 3/4″
Bottom bracket: Spanish
Bottom bracket height: 11.75″
Droputs: redesigned 3/16″ heat treated
New integrated seat clamp
Brake options: welded or removable C3 mounts, or no mounts at all
Weight: 5 lbs
Colors: gloss black, gloss clear, navy blue and translucent orange
We caught up with a young rider and Mike’s brother Sal Saavedra to get a quick interview done and to find out how good he is with jokes, what was his worst injury, what he thinks about the whole BMX community and more. Hit read more and read it.
Andrew Schubert is now offically part of the S&M Bikes crew in Canada through the 1664 Distribution. This was filmed around Calgary and Edmonton in a very short time, but the final product is great, no matter how long it took him to get it done. Andrew has a chilled and relaxed style of riding and always pulling tricks smoothly.