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FBM Bike Polo Frame Prototype

fbm bike polo frame   FBM Bike Polo Frame Prototype

FBM Bike Co gave a prototype frame of the new FBM Bike Polo. FBM, known for building solid bikes for BMXers, is now stepping into the fixed gear bike polo world.

The FBM Bike Polo Frame is hand built in Ithaca New York, while utilizing a higher bottom bracket to lessen the pedal strike on turns. A sleek head tube on the FBM polo frame to minimize toe overlap, long drop outs for cog options, v-brake bosses, and a longer top tube.

For riding a shorter wheelbase, enough clearance was made for 38mm tires. The frame pictured does not include a gusset, but will when produced. As of now, a release date is not known, but FBM is pushing for this fall. League of Bike Polo has nicknamed the frame “Battle Axe”.

Source: League of Bike Polo

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Kink Tocco – Darryl Tocco Signature BMX Frame

kink tocco darryl tocco signature bmx frame   Kink Tocco   Darryl Tocco Signature BMX Frame

Kink BMX launched the Kink Tocco, a signature BMX frame for Darryl Tocco. Available in metallic black and matte blue, the Kink Tocco frame comes in 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″. Weighing in at 4 pounds and 13 ounces (for the 20.5), the frame is made of 100% Seamless Japanese Sanko 4130 Chromoly. Other features are Integrated Campy Spec Head Tube, Integrated Seat Post Clamp, Investment Casting Hollow Dropouts with Integrated Chain Tensioners, and Fly Removable Seat Stay Brake Mounts and Cable Routing.

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Transition Blindside Frame

transition blindside 1 300x201   Transition Blindside FrameTransition Bikes releases the Blindside, a giant among the travel bike line-up for the company. Modified to meet downhill racers’ needs like compatibility with a lower bottom bracket and slack headtube, the Blindside comes in orange, white, black or raw.

The Blindside frame features Fox DHX 5.0 Coil 8.75″ x 2.75″ stroke or DHX 5.0 Air 8.75″ x 2.5″. It is made with the 6000 series heat treated aluminum and comes in three sizes of small, medium and large. It comes with a decal kit with colors black, white, green and red.

The frame weighs 7.6 lbs without rear shock. It is compatible with up to 8” dual crown forks and has a 73mm bottom bracket spacing. You can even use it for up to 8” rear disc break rotors and has a 12x135mm axle dropouts.

For complete bikes, it has a seat post of 30.0mm and 34.9mm seat clamp….

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Nemesis Project Trackfighter Plymouth Trick Fixed Gear Frame

nemesis project trackfighter plymouth trick fixed gear frame   Nemesis Project Trackfighter Plymouth Trick Fixed Gear Frame

Nemesis Project shares with us some stock photos of the new Trackfighter Plymouth frame, designed specifically around trick fixed gear riding. The Nemesis Project Trackfighter Plymouth Trick Fixed Gear Frame features a 4130 chromoly frame which is hand built, 3/16 rear dropouts for use with pegs, steel seatpost binder, and reinforced chainstays.

The Nemesis Project Trackfighter Plymouth frame is shown in translucent black, but will also release in raw, white, and translucent red. Retail price is between $600 and $650, and will release to Tokyo Fixed Gear, iMiNUSD, and Cultur mid way into July.

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Cinelli Laser Track Frame Re-Release

cinelli laser track frame re release   Cinelli Laser Track Frame Re Release

Whenever you see a Cinelli Laser Track Frame on eBay, you can except it to fetch at least $4,000. Even if you have the money, since the frames are limited, finding one is a task in itself. Today we have learned Cinelli will re-release the Laser Track Frame.

The original Cinelli Laser Track Frame was limited to 300, and released in the 1980s. Each original model was built by hand by Andrea Pesenti, designed by Antonio Colombo, and engineered by Paolo Erzegovesi. As of now, a release date, retail price, and availability is not known, but we are sure limited quantities will release.

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Deco BMX 2010 Products

new deco products 1 300x200   Deco BMX 2010 ProductsChad DeGroot has come up with a top of the line product for Deco. Currently released by Deco are frames, bars, forks and small components.

The Deco Self Titled Frame has a 74.5 head tube, a 71 seat tube and a rear end of 13.5 inches. The frame, which weighs 4lbs 15 oz (20.5 version), features a 11.87 MID bottom bracket height. It comes in a variety of sizes and colors. The sizes available are 20”, 20.5” and 21”. The colors now available are Raw, Black and Grey. There it also comes in Raw for custom painting. The frame has a $329.95 price tag.

Not to be left unnoticed is the Deco FuForks with steep 28mm rake FuForks and removable 990 tabs. It features a remarkable 1 piece machined steer, CR-MO blades and a full heat-treated CR-MO dropout at only a weight of 32.8 ounces. Its .8 oz. Compression bolt…

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Ragley TD-1 29er 2010 Mountain Bike Frame

ragley td 1 29er 2010 mountain bike frame   Ragley TD 1 29er 2010 Mountain Bike Frame

Ragley first launched about a year ago by none other than Richard Shedfire, and now they are releasing the new Ragley TD-1 29er frame for 2010. For 2010 the Ragley TD-1 29er is aimed towards a 440mm fork, which is different since most 29 inch mountain bikes use a 470 to 490mm fork. By using a shorter fork, this drops the handlebars by 30 – 50mm, allowing a better racing position.

The Ragley Ragley TD-1 29er 2010 frame is built by a familiar name Lynskey Performance, while each frame is manufactured in the USA. Featuring sliding dropouts, horizontal oval top tube, and curved seat tube. Presented is a aluminum model, but a retail friendly steel version will also release to accommodate your budget. Pre orders can now be placed from Ragley retailers, and holds a retail price of about $1,800 USD.

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