Alejandro Marques puts the Profile Z Coaster to the test working the back wheel nicely, with a few lines I haven’t seen out of Alejandro before! Enjoy!
Some product news in this morning from Matthias Dandois! His signature “La Bastille” forks with Haro Bikes is now available, check below for the specs and details, here’s what MD had to say:
“After some changes to samples making sure we got it right, the La Bastille fork went into production and they are available now!
These are my signature Pro forks.
Here are the specs:
– 100% heat treated chromoly fork
– CNC 1 piece fluted steer tube with internal threads and integrated bearing race.
– Tapered fluted legs
– 15mm axle offset
– CNC alloy compression cap
– Black, Blue and Caramel.
My signature frame “La Bastille” is still available in every Haro retail shop!”
Shawn White over at Bizhouse in Sunny San Diego broke his cranks last week, so rather than buy another pair he made his own. The Bizhouse Turbo crank is born using a centre spine instead of one tube, 160mm length, 19mm Spindle, full 4130 ChroMo, and made in California. Right now these are just made for Shawn, but if there is enough interest he will start making them, contact Shawn if you are interested:Bizhouse@bizhouse.com
Just came across the first photo of new product coming out of St Martin since Alain Massabova took over running the company this year. Here is the Chase Gouin High Bred Bar thats going under the “Awethentrick” label for St Martin. Made in France, by Malo Tostivint. No word on specs, but these are due out summer 2016.
Plenty of updates also on the team over at: http://stmartinbmx.fr
Just caught a glimpse of the new Quest Bonsai bars on Steven Lapsley’s FB, that he is currently testing. You can pre-order a set at FlatandFuel… Should be available in early 2016.
Material: 4130 Chromoly with smooth-capped ends and knee-friendly design
Backsweep: 6 degrees
Upsweep: 3 degrees
Chrome – 31.36oz / 890g
Black ED – 30.56oz / 860g
A close up look at the all new 2016 Colony Apprentice Flatland complete bike which is available now via your favourite shop or mail order. You can find out even more about the bikes via the link below:
Quest CEO Danny Sirkin hit me up with the news their new Battle frame are now on route to Flatland Fuel and will available late next week. Check out the official press release below and photographs also!
“With a respectful design nod to Quamen, as well as other reputable frame companies, we set out to bring the "flatland look" back to flat frames. Lots of front end clearance, modern geometry, and all the features you’ve been looking for.”
The Battle from Quest.