Thursday, February 25, 2010

 

Eds Stolen Bikes

Ed loves bikes & to see two of his prized cycles stolen from under his nose is heart breaking. Also he was going to buy a Gamoh rack from us for his Globe which is no longer going to happen. So like the poster states: BIG REWARD / CALL 07590031266. Bike thiefs burn in hell, street justice is coming!

 

Deathspray News


On the top are some bars Death Spray recently made up for Cinelli. These bars will be on display in the shop as soon as we can build up a bike to suite them.
Below is a sneak peak of a little project we've had in the works. The bike will be finished early next week.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

 

 

Macaframa back in stock


Finally Macaframa is back in stock! Thanks to every one who withstood the three month back order.

 

New Website Final Push


This isn't the first time I've posted that our website is close to competition but now I can honestly say that the website WILL BE up in the next two weeks. Our small crew of data punchers and photographers are working day and night, processing thousands, yes thousands of products. I'll leave it there but get ready & thanks for your patience!

Friday, February 19, 2010

 
Great video showing the Radio Shack Madone being finished. Looks like a mix of masking & vinyl cut stickers. The Trek compound looks amazing in the background.

 

Cobra Wing Carbon Bull Horns


Perfect for your Cinelli Mash build.

 

Builds








A few of our Winter builds. The brutal Winter seems to be contributing to all the bike being black. From the top - A Tonic Supernaut, Colnago C50, 14 Frame, Dolan Track Champ, Leader 722, Pro Lite, Figmo, Leader Trick Star.

 

Tune full carbon 58g saddle



These are some of the lightest saddles around. Full carbon body, even the rails are carbon. We brought one in for a display build but can bring them in for £230. 85kg weight limit.

 

Killroys in stock


Together with Columbus Tubing we manufactured a tube set just for this frame. It features reinforced parts to absorb and handle the stress of the jumps. We are proud to present the first freestyle frame in Niobium steel. The Columbus Niobium steel is a special micro alloyed steel with Manganese, Chrome, Nickel, Molybdenum and Niobium that is designed to provide superior mechanical properties. Each and every frame is carefully hand built by our frame builders in Italy.

GEOMETRY INFO

FRAME / double butted Columbus Spirit Niobium Steel, TIG welded
FORK / coming soon
COLOR / only FLAT BLACK
BOTTOM BRACKET / BSA EURO (we recommend to only use it w/ BMX Cranksets)
GROUND CLEARANCE / 285mm
SPACING REAR STAY / 120mm
SEAT POST Ø / 27.2mm
SEAT CLAMP Ø / 31.8mm
TUBE Ø / seat 31.7, top 31.7, diagonal 35
WEIGHT FRAME / 2.45 kg painted (size 52)

£575
All sizes in stock.

 

Charge Scissors In stock

This is the best value trick frame on the market. £230 frame, £90 for the scissor fork. These babies are tried & true. Long awaited after initial development & testing from Superted & sponsership for Tom La Marche, finally they're hitting the streets & people are loving them! ALl sizes and colours in stock.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

 

Leader V1.5 now in stock


Most sizes in stock. New & improved. Taking larger tyres, better dropouts, shorter top tube...

 

Leader Bike Warehouse shoot for Fixé from Matt Lingo on Vimeo.

Exactly as I imagined it !Leader are taking over! Leader bikes are available at our London store. We have stock on trick frames V1 & V2, the 725tr's & the 722's.


Monday, February 15, 2010

 

"Flat Out" Teaser from FLAT OUT PRODUCTIONS on Vimeo.


My good friend Patrick from Gorilla sent us a teaser for a new flick he's in; Flat Out. 1200km in 10 days in the Australian heat. Beautiful shots, beautiful music.


The Australian’s call it Walkabout, a chance to escape from the routine, heading into the empty wilderness to empty the body and soul of built up trash, we call it FLAT OUT.

Using the simplest and cleanest form of transport, a Track bike. Four cyclists, meet at the Sydney Opera House in Australia, to embark on a journey into extreme terrain during dangerous summer conditions, riding a massive 1200km of road in only ten days to the city of Melbourne.

With the monumental landscapes of Australia as the backdrop, a country and continent all in one that has some of the most diverse wildlife and landscapes on the planet, this challenging and hill ridden terrain proved the perfect situation to film a documentary. The riders were captured having to conquer their own inner demons to complete the journey within the ten days. Cycling an average 8 hours a day getting from one destination to the next, this experience allowed all of them to take stock and reflect, traveling on a more spiritual and inward journey. Each rider’s story being expressed individually using words, photos; drawings, music and a personal diary filmed on super 8 films. This will result in a film and book capturing the journey and experience from start to finish available later this year.

The question is… did they make it?

FLAT OUT is made up of individuals who share a common interest in riding Track bikes.

Producers / Founders:
Ian White & Patrick Seabase

Manager & Photographer:
Ian White / UK - Switzerland / Artist / Illustrator / Designer / Creative consultant

Cameraman:
Renaud Skyronka / France / Movie Maker / Track Bike Enthusiast

Riders:
Patrick Seabase / Switzerland / Fixed gear Switzerland / Gorilla Bicycles / Bicycle Film Festival

Pierre Emm aka Le Lama / France / Art Professor at the High school of Fine Arts Paris / Polo Player / Free Rider:

Henrik "Artoo" Kuerschner / Germany / CTRS member / Creative

Andrea Schilirò / Italy / Artist / Photographer / Athlete

we appreciate the support from ELEMENT elementskateboards.com / MAHAMAYA mahamaya.ch/ / Velocity velocityusa.com / GOrilla gorillabicycles.com / RETROSUPERFUTURE retrosuperfuture.com/super - THANK YOU

This is the first teaser, enjoy.


Thursday, February 04, 2010

 

Starfuckers Insanity!

Free Styler 2 from ryo ubota on Vimeo.


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