Chase kills it for 10mins in this new edit for his latest Cult frame the Hawk V2. Great edit some much style and flow. And to make it even better for us 30+ crowd there are some Joe Rich clips. Give it a watch now!
Dan Conway kills it in this edit for his new signature Fit frame "The Savage".
We are super stoked to be premiering Push It To 11 from the legendary Baco crew. Come out and check out this must see film Baco documentary movie Push It To 11: the Bits of Baco, an entertaining 80 minute film about all things Baco, featuring interviews with all the Baco Boyz, 40+ industry friends, riders and BMX icons. You will not want to miss this classic piece of BMX history.
Movie will start around 9:30.
Roughly 18 months ago, we decided it was time for a change; an evolution, really. For years, race frames have featured an 1-1/8" head tube, and a euro bottom bracket shell - two things that represent old technology; old thinking. Let us introduce you to the Carbon – the most innovative race frame ever created.
Light, stiff, and durable is how we describe the perfect blend of M30-S and T-700 carbon that creates our Haro C730 Carbon frame. The carbon alone is enough to catch ones attention, but the features of the Carbon are equally as impressive as the material it's constructed from. Traditional frames use a Euro BB or BB30, which are 68mm wide while the Carbon utilizes a press-fit BB86 design, which is the heart of our PTC concept. The PTC (Power Transfer Center) bottom bracket is made up of an 86.5mm wide shell, allowing the down-tube, chain-stay, and seat-tube to taper to the outer width of the shell and create undoubtedly the stiffest, most responsive bottom bracket concept to hit the BMX market. Power gets transferred to the rear wheel faster and more efficiently than ever before. Simply put, this frame makes you faster.
The head-tube of the Carbon is a taper 1-1/8" – 1.5" design which not only stiffens up the front end of the bike, but also opens the door for a tapered steer carbon fork we’ve developed under Haro's race component line, CLiQ. The rear dropout of the Carbon is a slotted 20mm design and the frame comes with 3 different axle compatibilities allowing you to choose between running a 10mm, 15mm or 20mm axle.
Pro (20.5" TT / 14.75" RC) – Pro XL (21" TT / 15.2" RC) – Pro XXL (21.75" TT / 15.2" RC) – Long (21.75" / 17.2" RC)
Colors: Black/cyan – White/cyan
Weight: Pro XL frame is 2.7 pounds
We should be taking delivery sometime in April.
They are on the pricey side.
Both of these edit have so much style! Love those tire slides...
Jason has some sick lines in this edit. That rail at the end was huge.
Haro BLACKOUT's have just arrived at Mill Town. If you are looking for a high end race ready rig. Make sure you come in and pick up the BLACKOUT. The frame has been re-designed for 2014. It centers around Haro's PTC (Power Transfer Center) and a BB86 makes this one stiff & fast frame. Add in CLIQ's Weaponz cranks and Finisher forks with 20mm dropouts. This an amazing bike!
We are now taking pre-orders for the most iconic frame in BMX history. The Terrible One Barcode. Made by S&M with a few tweaks this version of the Barcode is sure to be a modern classic.
The small tweaks that have been made to this classic frame are as follows:
- True Temper front end
- tapered chain stay and seat stays, 7/8" tapering to 3/4"
- redesigned 3/16 heat treated dropouts
- new integrated seat clamp
- 8.66 stand over height
- 5 lbs even
Colors will be as follows:
Gloss Black, Gloss Clear, Navy Blue, & Translucent Orange
Top tube sizes will be:
20.75", 21.0" & 21.25"
Call the shop or send us an email and we will get you on the list for this amazing frame.
$200 non refundable deposit required.
Flybikes just posted a Stefan Lantschner bike check with his signature Montana frame. It looks so clean and so simple. Click the link for the full run down.. http://www.flybikes.com/en/2013/04/09/my_setup_stefan_lantschner.html