Posts Tagged ‘Speed’

Issue Two of Pull Magazine Now Online.

April 27th, 2011

Featuring Marc Willers in blue on one cover and Mike Redman ont he other, check it out here on

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So Cal Nationals.

April 18th, 2011

Check out the pro results from the So Cal Nationals over on The wifi at the hotel I stayed at was brutal and the wifi int he airport last night wasn’t any better. AM stuff will be up here tonight or tomorrow.

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Speed Oversized Axles Are Ready… Almost…

January 27th, 2011

If you’re confused looking at that I don’t blame you. Speed has reinvented the Axle. The frame kits ready to go with a special 20mm Frame, Fork and wheel set is set to be on sale for the low price of $1379.99, but don’t worry, they will be throwing in a free stem too!
As of now, only the frames are ready to ship, which means right now you can buy a frame to hang on your wall while waiting for the rest of the parts to come in! (or run it with some janky ass washers and regular wheels) While this might be an advancement inBMX which rarely happens, it won’t take off quick. Sinz are currently the only people producing 20mm axle wheels, which means those $500 Profile/Stealth/Chris King hubs you bought last season can be thrown int he trash. For more info check out the Speed news section but beware of the auto playing story on Dominique Daniels from some random radio show.

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Reno Day 2. Double Down on 13.

January 17th, 2011

If you’ve never been to the Grand Sierra, go next time you’re in Reno. And anytime you get dealt an 12 or 13, double down. It’s a sure thing.
Check out the gallery from day one here and day two here.

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Reno Day 1. *updated because I’m an idiot and forgot the link to the gallery*

January 16th, 2011

It’s been about 14 hours from the time I left my hotel this morning until now.
Check out the photos in my gallery.
I’m going to find out what this ‘grand sierra’ place is all about.

Marc Willers won pro. Corben Sharrah put up a damn good fight though. dR made his way to 3rd for hist Friday race back since last July.

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Intense-Phantom-On Trac splits up, shortens name.

December 16th, 2010

As seen over on, the IPOT team has split up into two separate groups becoming the Intense Factory team and the Speed factory team. Check the full release and story on BMXNews here, or check the rosters out after the jump.
Read more…

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Speed almost completes…

July 19th, 2010

This is the selling point. Really? What if someone put cranks that didn’t have proven stiffness on there? Or ran fat tires front and back? The frame’s stiffness only equates to so much more energy-transfer…

With (the Rolling Chassis), you don’t lose valuable power through flex. We’ve had people testing this for the past few months and one thing they all agree on is that the bike accelerates fast. Because more of your power goes into propelling the bike forward, you can go down the track faster using the same or less energy as you would on a normal bike.

Check out Mike’s story over on BMXNews

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