Hucker's signature S&M frame
is now available in this bad ass trans blue color. I've always loved the graphics on this frame, but they look especially good on this color. Hit up your favorite S&M dealer to pick one of these bad boys up.
Looks like that fine looking camo wrapped Credence stem is going to have a couple of other little homies to go along with it. S&M
is also camo wrapping their top cap and 30 tooth, 19mm spline-drive L7 sprocket as well. So good!
Continuing on with bike checks, we have this one on Will Blount's new rig. Will recently parted ways with Sunday and dialed himself in a fresh Credence C.C.R.
in the third most popular trail frame color of all time. Hit up The Union
to get a gander at it!
S&M's Credence M.O.D.
is now available in two of the most popular colors of frames down in the woods. Flat black and gloss clear now join candy red and trans orange in the M.O.D. lineup.
is doing a small run of these camo Credence Turtleneck stems. While camo may be the oil slick of 2014, I can't even hate on this. I suggest you start bugging your local S&M dealer
NOW if you want one of these things! (more...)
Get em while you can! S&M just re-upped on chrome Credence bars
The integrated headset is something that is easy to over look and under appreciate these days. Long gone are the days of whacking on your frame with a hammer trying to get headset cups to go in. The Merged is back with their "Drawing Board" series, and up this time is a look at how S&M helped usher in a new age of hammer free headset installation. Give it a read HERE
No longer do you have to purchase a Turtleneck stem
to get one of these rad Credence Koozies. For a mere $1.99 you enjoy your favorite cold beverage in the same insulating device that the Credence crew does. You can pick up one of these suckers straight from the S&M store
S&M only made 14 of these limited edition camo powder coated C.C.R. frames, so if you want one you should immediately get your ass over to the S&M store!
No trails in this edit of the Credence Crew’s voyage to Puerto Rico, but that doesn’t mean I’m not stoked on it! Though I could have done without seeing as much of Nutter as I did at the end.