Saturday is here once again! That means it’s time for a fresh round of Products! This week we’re going to take a closer look at the Drew Hosselton signature Hatchet fork from Volume Bikes, the Lahsaan Kobza signature Power pegs from Subrosa, the fresh colors for Freed Bikes‘ Freedom bars, the 2014 Tom Dugan signature complete from Fit Bike Co. and then we’ll wrap things up with the American made Deathrow cranks from Cult! Let’s get into this!
Looking into getting a new fork for your bike? Volume Bikes just released Drew Hosselton’s signature Hatchet fork for you to check out. This fork is made from 100% heat-treated 4130 chromoly tubing with a 163mm 1-piece internally and externally butted steerer tube with a built in crown race. You can find wider blades for enough clearance for those monster truck tires, ultra tapered legs with notched ends for more peg clearance and 5mm thick drop outs with CNC machined cutouts for additional weight savings. This fork features a 30mm offset, a weight of 27.8 oz. and flat black or chrome for the color options!
You can pick the Hatchet fork up by having your local shop hit up 180 Distribution today!
To find out more about Volume Bikes and their products, check out their website — VolumeBikes.com
If you’re looking for some fresh pegs and not feeling all the plastic options out there today, Lahsaan Kobza’s signature Power pegs from Subrosa are what you’re looking for. These pegs are made from 4140 chomoly with T5 Deathproof heat-treating. The pegs have a length of 4″ and a 34mm diameter and come with anti-roll pins to allow for maximum use. These pegs also come with 5 oz. of wax to help you get that slide on at your favorite spots. The Power peg weighs in a 6.1 oz. and come in black only.
To find out more about Subrosa and their products, check out their website — SubrosaBrand.com
If you’re looking for some new bars, maybe the new Freed Bikes Freedom bars colors are what you’re looking for. The Freedom bars have a rise of 8.5″, width of 28″ or 29″ (Matte black only), 12-degrees of back sweep and 2-degrees of upsweep. You can find a crossbar height of 6.25″ and a crossbar width of 10.625″ on these as well. The bars are now available in Rasta green, red, Matte black (29″ width) along with their existing colors of black, raw and Aqua.
To find out more about Freed and their products, check out their website — FreedBikes.com
Looking for a complete, but you want plenty of Dang for your buck? The 2014 Tom Dugan signature complete bike from Fit is what you’re looking for. This bike starts out with a full chromoly frame with a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.6″ bottom bracket height, 8.75″ standover and a 13.78″ chainstay length. The frame features a gusset on the down tube, integrated seat post clamp and removable brake mounts. The bike also features full chromoly 8.5″ rise, 29″ width bars, a full chromoly fork with a 1-piece CNC machined steerer tube and tapered legs, Odyssey TDFL 45mm stem, Tom Dugan grips, JC Trailmix pedals, Senior 2 pivotal seat and the Monolever medium leger and Slic brake cable. The rest of the bike features Fit’s Indented 175mm cranks, 30 tooth Key sprocket, a PYC_P121 half-link chain, an alloy sealed female front hub laced to a Revenge double wall 36-hole rim and a FAF 2.3″ tire up front, and a sealed 14mm female cassette hub with a 10-tooth driver laced to a Revenge double wall 36-hole rim and a Fit F.A.F 2.3″ tire in the rear. The Tom Dugan signature complete comes in gloss clear raw with a weight of 25.72 lbs.
To find out more about Fit Bike Co. and their products, check out their website — FitBikeCo.com
Need some new cranks in your life? Have you seen the Deathrow cranks from Cult that are made right here in America? These cranks feature heat-treated and swedges 4130 chromoly arms with wrap-around spindle and pedal gussets for strength, a 22mm, 48-spline, heat-treated 4130 chromoly spindle and hollow flush mount spindle bolts. These cranks are left and right hand drive compatible and have a weight of 30.4 oz.
You can find out more about Cult and their products by visiitng their website — CultCrew.com
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