Products: Vol. XXVIII

Time for another round up of products for you guys to take a peek at. For this weeks Products: column we’ve got the Subrosa Silva frame, Fit Bike Co.‘s Inman bars, Cinema Wheel Co.‘s VX front hub, Colony‘s Colonial V2 cranks and Hoffman‘s Ontic AL complete bike. Let’s get into it!

Let’s kick things off with a look at Mark Mulville’s signature Silva frame from Subrosa. This 4130 Sanko chromoly frame has a 74.5-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 9″ stand over height, 11.6″ bottom bracket height and a 13.50″ – 13.75″ chainstay length (Note: 21.5″ version has a 14.25″ chainstay length). The frame features a double butted top tube, down tube and seat stays, the head tube is CNC machined with the T5 Deathproof heat-treating, a internally and externally CNC machined mid bottom bracket with the T5 Deathproof heat-treating, removable brake mounts and 4mm thick T5 Deathproof heat-treated drop outs. The Silva frame comes in 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″ and 21.50″ top tube lengths with colors of matte black, chrome and red with a weight of 4.7 lbs (20.5″).

You can pick up the frame for $339.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop hit up Sparky’s Distribution to get you one ordered up.

To find out more about Subrosa and their products, check out their website — SubrosaBrand.com

Need some new bars? Have you ever checked out Justin Inman’s signature bars from FIT? These American made bars are made from .065″ thick straight gauge 4130 chromoly tubing with a rise of 8.375″, width of 29″, 11-degrees of backsweep and 1.5-degrees of upsweep. You can pick up the Inman bars in matte black, matte white or chrome with a weight of 1.9lbs.

The bars are available for $59.99 – $69.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up The Building to get you a set ordered up.

Has that front wheel of yours seen better days? Is it time for a new front hub? Check out the VX front hub from Cinema Wheel Co.. The hub starts with a 36 hole 6061-aluminum shell that has 2 sealed bearings with a 15mm SUJ-2 center axle, a 3/8″ threaded axle with 3/8″ chromoly bolts and 7075-aluminum push-on cone spacers. The VX front hub comes in black, orange and purple anodized with a weight of 10.2 oz.

You can pick the VX front hub up for $79.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop get ahold of Greenhouse to get one ordered up.

To find out more about Cinema Wheel Co. and their products, check out their website — CinemaWheelCo.com

About due for some new cranks? Not sure what you want to get? Take a peek at Colony‘s Colonial V2 cranks. These 2.5 piece designed cranks use a single bolt to keep things tight. The arms are made from heat-treated Colonized chromoly that attach to a hollow 19mm, 48-spline heat-treated chromoly spindle. The Colonial V2. cranks are available in left or right side drive with a length of 175mm only, color options of matte black, matte grey, Red storm, Wasabi and chrome and a weight of 1.81 lbs. (arms, spindle and hardware).

You can pick up a set of the Colonial V2 cranks for $179.99 on Sidewall Action Sports or you can have your local shop here in the U.S get ahold of Sidewall Distribution to get you some ordered up.

To find out more about Colony and their products, check out their website — ColonyBMX.com.au

Here’s fresh complete bike for you to take a peek at. The Hoffman Bikes Ontic AL complete bike is looking real good. This bike features a full chromoly frame with an integrated head tube and sealed mid bottom bracket, the Hoffman chromoly fork with tapered legs, 8.25″ rise chromoly bars, the Dinky alloy sprocket, 3-piece, 48-spline chromoly cranks, the Black Ops seat, Blitz double wall rims and Fit‘s 2.25″ FAF tires. This bike is available with or without brakes, comes in colors of ED green and matte black with a weight of 23.9 lbs.

You can pick the Ontic AL complete up for $549.99 from Sidewall Action Sports or you can have your local shop here in the U.S get ahold of Sidewall Distribution to get you one ordered up today!

To find out more about Hoffman Bikes and their products, check out their website — HoffmanBikes.com

That wraps up this weeks edition of Products:! We hope you found something you were looking for. Check back next Saturday for 5 more fresh products to take a peek at. Until then, head back to the front page for more Originals, check out all the latest videos, photos, products and more in the Daily Section or check out Bikeguide to check out what’s going on in the forum!

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