Andy Roode is a roode en…shout out to northern embassy.
Head back to April 2013 and you’ll notice we first dabbled in this now termed phrase ‘oil slick’ with a few of our parts. Go back even further and you might remember we cheekily dropped these hubs into the WTP envy complete bike at the 2012 Interbike. (more…)
Get a close look at these cranks and hear how they were made.
The Kolibri hub, one of the fastest rolling hubs on the market. See more of our hubs here.
The Unify seat is really the simplest form of seating you could hope for, with no hassle adjusting angles and offset, just drop it in and off you go. Have a look at this short video to see the quality of this simple BMX seat.
We have new clothing, its worth a shout out…Hit up your local dealer for more info. (more…)
Stems don’t have to be a bulky block of heavy dead weight, they can be beautiful, light where needed and curved in all the right places. Our group of stems have all been designed from the roots in our offices in Germany. They include features like a center bore hole for reduced weight, unique offset rear for improved clamping and zero offset for higher bar position. We also work hard to make every detail as clean as possible, our top bolts are recessed for example to create a clean look. (more…)
2013 was an unreal year for eclat as we really pushed ourselves in creating and designing interesting and life enduring BMX parts. For us, as BMX parts designers, that was one of our highlights. Saying that though, we did go to Hong Kong and along with Peter Adam our team made one of the stand out web edits of the year, they pushed themselves in ridiculous weather conditions too. Going to Hong Kong was pretty surreal for many reasons; the welcome we got was insane and being the first ever BMX team in history to go there was even more crazy. This year also saw the release of our insight video project Natives, which is nearing its finale with the last episode (Sean Burns) hitting the web next month. (more…)
The Venom peg uses a two-piece steel/plastic design based on the ‘classic sleeve’ system. Our aim was to create a plastic sleeve peg with a diameter similar to a standard steel peg. This lead us down the route of a steel/plastic design with a slim crmo inner peg wrapped in a generous thickness of our specially developed (for the Nathan Peg) hardwearing nylon compound. This interview was first seen on ride US and gives you an insight into the development of the peg itself. (more…)