Genius Grip Clamps are designed to compliment the Genius brake lever while boosting grip clamping power. They match the lever’s clamp and fit on the inside of a left-side ODI grip, replacing ODI’s standard clamp. This way your handlebars have a balanced and consistent look from left to right.
Available for the left side only in black with laser-etched graphics and a titanium bolt.
Lined with 14K gold plating that covers everything from the handle bars to the pegs comes this 14K Gold BMX Necklace. Each pendant replicates the sporty details of these performance bikes, showcasing the fine details along the grooves of the tires to the sharp accents of the handle bars. And when paired with a 30", 4mm rope chain, this bike provides a hip hop twist to match with your urban lifestyle.
-Length: 1 2/8"
-Width: 1 6/8"
We're not even halfway 2015 and new 2016 gear pops up. The FOX crew is ahead of their game and introduces a new gear set that was designed with the riders in mind. Which BMX team will pick up the 2016 FLEXAIR gear first?
The FLEXAIR jersey is the lightest motocross jersey Fox has ever created, with a size Large weighing in at only 6 ounces. That is 25% lighter than a standard jersey.
With a 4% Lycra blend, the FLEXAIR jersey stretches with rider
-Frame: Laird Frame
-Forks: Demolition Elite
-Headset: VP Pro
-Stem: Cult Salvation TL
-Bars: Kink Solace
-Grips: Alienation Backlash
-Bar ends: Odyssey Par Ends
-Brake lever: Odyssey Monolever Medium
-Brake cable: Generic
Designed using our best selling 3DF knee guard, Leatt has added an addiontional hardshell impact area, resulting in a hybrid between the contour and the 3DF knee guards. Available in blue and lime in addition to the best selling black. Designed using our best selling 3DF knee guard, Leatt has added an additional hardshell impact area, resulting in a hybrid between the contour and the 3DF knee guards. Avaliable in blue and lime in addition to the best selling black.
Just before the weekend the new issue of BMX Plus! drops in the mail. The weather this weekend isn't looking too good so this might come in handy. But where do we start? With the UCI BMX SX World Cup race report from Manchester? Or the HARO SD V2 test report? We used to go straight to the news section of the magazine but the internet has taken over that part. Did you know Sam Willoughby's B-day is when he is in Sweden for the World Cup in August? We just found out because it's in BMX Plus! There's also a new page where you can even get a photo in BMX PLUS! Follow them on Instagram @bmxplusmag and add the hashtag #bmxplusmailbag in your photo and you've got the chance to show up in the print version. Dillon Leeper gets put on the spot, DeGroot has his two pages and reports about Trey Jones' backyard. Alex Rabal shows five tricks to do on the Subrosa rail. Woodward West hosted an Open Am comp and Ryan Guettler takes care of the report. Have you ever put a press-fit BB in your frame? Unless you're a racer, you probably haven't.
HARO BMX has THREE Pro frames out. One for Dennis Enarson, one for Matthias Dandois and the Lineage for DMC! It’s been a long time since the Mirra and Nyquist Pro models!
Dennis Enarson: SDv2
The Dennis Enarson SDv2 is available now. Some people call it an SDv3, but in all honesty, we created Dennis’ SDv1, made some improvements and the SDv2 was born. Now for 2015 Dennis just wanted to freshen up the colors and we redesigned the sticker kit. Why change the frame if Dennis is totally comfortable on it and it’s holding up just fine for all the abuse Dennis puts on it?
Full 4130 chromoly with an integrated head tube, mid BB shell, integrated seat post clamp and fully removable brake mounts, double-butted top and down tubes.
-Frame: Mongoose Moto
-Headset: Salt plus
-Stem: éclat Nathan
-Bars: éclat dive
-Grips: éclat zap
-Bar ends: éclat
-Brake lever: éclat
-Brake caliper: éclat
-Brake cables: Salt uppers, Odyssey lowers
The July/August issue of RideBMX is stacked with features including a bangin’ interview with cover boy Broc Raiford, riding off roofs, an interview with Ryan Howard, Demarcus Paul and the SD trolley system, Dan Kruk AM spotlight, Erik Elstran, Wethepeople and Fit completes, and more. Here's a more specific contents list:
- Departments -
Start: Zack Gerber throws the bars with an arrow’s precision and Kriss Kyle ups the curve wallride game even further.
Pro Q&A: Erik Elstran Easily one of the most quirky and unique individuals in BMX answers your questions.
Name: Maxime Bringer
Hometown: La Colle Sur Loup, France
Hookups: Kenny racing, Vélo 2000, mom and dad!
Frame: Haro SDV2 21,25
Forks: Demoliton elite
Stem: Fit high top
Headset: Total bmx
It's getting pretty quiet in the magazine world but a few of them are going strong. One of them is BMX Rider magazine out of Germany. They've only been on the market for a couple of years, but they've just finished their 18th issue full of BMX stories. June 3rd is when the mag comes out but here's the cover which gives away some of the stories you can find inside. The Mankind crew went on a family trip and BMX Rider was on board to give you the scoop. Country Bikes was still carrying a banana ramp around the country and here's part two. Barcelona never seems to fail. BMX Rider brings a report of the city with the endless spots. Helmets are important, also in BMX racing. A full face lid is mandatory and BMX Rider tests buckets from Troy Lee, Fox and Bell. They compare the BMX helmets against the Motocross helmets. Which one is better? Are you in need for some Cult pedals? Maybe it's time to subscribe.
-Frame: Haro LaBastille 21" top tube
-Fork: Haro Lineage
-Headset: Haro dead set headset
-Stem: Haro Lineage top load
-Bars: Haro Lineage 8.75 Rise
-Grips: Odi Soft Stay Strong
-Bar ends: Odi Aluminum
-Brake Lever: Odyssey M2 Small
-Brake Cable: Odyssey Dual
-Frame: Haro Lineage 21” Teal
-Forks: BSD Ghetto Fork V3
-Headset: Demolition V2
-Stem: Demolition Brace
-Bars: Demolition Suburban
-Grips: ODI longnecks
-Bar ends: ODI
-Chain: Primo Halflink
-Sprocket: Eclat Sylar 25t
Right below the CK signature bike, the Inception is next in line in the Premium range. If you're serious about BMX, you should be riding a seriously equipped bike. Look what the Inception has to offer. Available in black and green.
-100% crmo frame with butted top and down tubes, tapered stays, Mid BB shell, integrated head tube, integrated seat clamp and removable brake and cable mounts - 20.5" or 21" top tube -Premium loose ball plastic pedals
Frame- Eastern Bikes signature Josh Perry “Transcend” 20.75
Seat- Eastern Bikes signature Josh Perry “fat”
Seat Post- Demolition
Seat Post Clamp- Demolition
Fork- Demolition “Elite”
Bars- Eastern Bikes “Tranny” 8.75″ tall and uncut
Grips- ODI “Longnecks”