Christmas has come and gone and I’d imagine a lot of you got a bunch of fresh parts, a frame or even a complete bike. I’m sure there are a bunch of you who got cash or gift cards that are currently burning a hole in your pocket and you don’t know what to buy. Well, check out the 37th edition of Products since there might just be something for you in here. This week we’ll take a closer look at the Subrosa Forever topload steam, Deluxe‘s updated Superlight seat, Hoffman‘s Bama fork, Madera‘s Helm spline drive sprocket and the Shadow Conspiracy Alloy sealed Ravager pedals. Let’s do this!
Starting things off, we have the Forever topload stem from Subrosa. This 6061-T6 alloy stem is CNC machined for a super clean look. It features a reach of 53mm, extra machining on the inside for additional weight savings, large 6mm hollow hex bolts and a recessed top for your compression cap. You can pick the stem up in matte black, matte gun metal grey, polished and translucent orange with a weight of 10.8 oz. Note: gyro plate sold separately.
To find out more about Subrosa and their products, check out their website — SubrosaBrand.com
Thinking about picking up a new seat? Deluxe have updated their Superlight seat for 2013. This seat and seat post combo uses a polypropylene base which connects to a 150mm aluminum post with a kevlar or manmade leather padded top with a Deluxe logo embossed into it. This combo comes in black (kevlar) and brown (leather) with a weight of 7.6 oz. (210 grams).
You can have your local shop here in the U.S hit up QBP to get one ordered up today! Expect mailorders that carry Deluxe to have these in stock soon as well.
To find out more about Deluxe and their products by visiting their website — DeluxeBMX.com
Due for a new fork? Have you checked out Seth Kimbrough’s signature Bama fork from Hoffman Bikes? This 100% heat-treated 4130 chromoly fork has single butted and tapered legs, a 1-piece CNC machined steerer tube with internal threads, 4mm CNC machined drop outs with 3/8th axle slots and an integrated headset race. The Bama fork weighs in at 32 oz. with color options of black, raw with red clear coat, raw with blue clear coat, ED purple and chrome plated.
To find out more about Hoffman Bikes and their products, check out HoffmanBikes.com
If you run 19mm, 48-spline cranks and don’t have a spline drive sprocket, you are blowing it. Get yourself the Madera Helm spline drive sprocket ordered up already. This sprocket is made in the U.S.A out of 7075 aluminum with a 4340 heat-treated 19mm, 48-spline chromoly insert. The Helm is available in 25 tooth and 28 tooth with black, Fall red, Snow, Nickel and Graffiti (28 tooth only) with a weight of 2.75 oz (25t) or 3.20 oz. (28t).
To find out more about Madera and their products, check out their website — MaderaBMX.net
Over burning through plastic pedals all the time? Check out The Shadow Conspiracy‘s Ravager alloy pedals. These low profile 6061 alloy pedals have a 4140 heat-treated spindle, the sealed version comes with one needle bearing and one cartridge bearing per pedal with a less expensive unsealed version available. Each pedal has 8 pins and extra knurling for extra traction on each side with replacement pins included. The Ravager pedal weighs in at 21.0 oz (sealed) or 20.2 oz. (unsealed) with color options of black, highlighter blue, highlighter yellow, purple, white, Crimson red, raw polished and perma blue.
The sealed version are available for $64.99 on Dan’s Comp. The unsealed version are available for $34.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop get ahold of Sparky’s Distribution to get a set ordered up today.
To find out more about The Shadow Conspiracy and their products, check out their website — TheShadowConspiracy.com
That wraps up the 37th edition of Products! Check back next Saturday for another round. Until then, head back to the front page for more Originals or hit up the Daily Section for all the latest videos, news, products and more.
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