In the midst of stacking clips for Volume 1 of our upcoming video project, Broc has been quite busy stacking some heavy clips of his own to promote his new Anchor Fork & Nautical Seat. Click for a few more sneak peak photos of Broc’s upcoming products and stay tuned for the video dropping within the next few weeks.
Day 3 (last day) of Interbike 2015 is about to start and realized we haven’t done a blog post about all our new 2016 products yet. BMX Union, Vital, and Ride all did their videos and photos already on their sites. Our new goods out early next year is DeMarcus Paul’s War Horse series, that includes frame, fork, bar, seat and peg. Another new item is Drew Hoss’ Scepter fork also due out early next year also. Check them out after the jump for the complete run down. more
The last leg of our New York trip landed us at Dah Shop in New York City. It was a good turnout and we came up on a litle sidewalk space in between 4 lanes of traffic right down the street to set up a flat rail, some grind boxes, and a bunnhop bar. It was rad riding with the locals, Tyrone, and even some New York legends were in attendance as well. Thanks to Dah Shop for having us and everyone who came out and had a good time! Here’s a ton of photos from the day by Zachary Honahan and Myself. Click to expand gallery.
We couldn’t be more stoked on all the love ‘The Finer Things’ has been getting from our fans, shops, and now making it in the top 5 Nora Cup 2015 nominations. We’re also very proud of our man, Broc Raiford for getting nominated for Video Part Of The Year and also making it in the Readers’ Choice top 5. To us, we already won. Thanks again!
Yesterday’s shop stop at The Vicious Cycle in Long Island was a great one! Vicious is a relatively new shop and we had the honor of being their first visiting team. The local scene in central Long Island is definitely growing and we at Volume are happy to be a big part of that growth. Billy and this shop have been holding it down for us since day one, so it was great to pay them a visit and see what the shop is all about. Thanks again to Vicious for having us, and thanks to anyone who came out and had a good time…cheers guys! Photos by Austin Pendergast, Chris Germ, Marty Tannenbaum, and Myself. Click to expand gallery.
Here’s a pretty hefty blog update for you guys from our travels in the deepest depths of Long Island to the crusty streets of NYC. In a nutshell, the city has been good to us and we’ve spent the last few days pedaling around downtown & hitting spots uptown in search of all those great clips that make us happy. Photos by Mike Mastroni & DeMarcus Paul. Click to expand gallery.
So we’re here in the big apple for the next 6 days with the likes of Broc Raiford, DeMarcus Paul, and of course New York resident Billy Perry. This trip is primarily to wrap up filming for our next video project, plus some product promo stuff, and some bike shop visits as well. If you live in the area, you can catch us Tuesday at Vicious Cycle, and Wednesday at Dah Shop. Until then follow along with our daily blog updates, and on Insta with #VLMNYC. Thats all for now, click to expand gallery from Day 1.
As you may or may not know, Broc Raiford is an absolute powerhouse and is a big boy that needs forks that can take the abuse of all the gnarly sh*t he dishes out on a daily basis. He’s been testing his new Anchor forks throughout his The Finer Things part and as you can see through his section that they held up to some heavy bangers. This new RIDEbmx print ad is of Broc doing a upright hard truck while filming for his section. More info on the Anchor forks here>>. Click image to check out the full ad.
Instead of boring you with the usual caption of how good Broc is, you have to watch this in order to really grasp what goes down at a current street plaza contest. EVERYONE in here killed it and I’m just amazed on how good Broc did and what he threw down.
Broc Raiford print ad for our French distributor, Ezco that’s featured in the latest Soul mag. Captain bars are available now and features all new thicker 13 butted 4130 heat treated CRMO tubing that was designed with all the butting in all the stress points of the bar. Also features a widened box and raised cross bar for added strength.
Rise: 9″ & 9.25″
Crossbar OD: .75″
Crossbar Height: 6.75″
Crossbar Width: 11.3″
Material: 13 butted, heat treated CRMO. Thickest point is 1.8t (.070)
Weight: 33.5 oz