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Garrett Soundwave Bike on Ride BMX

You know Garrett Reeves is tough on bikes, so we wanted him to test the upcoming Soundwave frame. As you can see by his bike check on Ride BMX, the frame has been put to the test.  Black Magic and Garrett’s signature Ice Green versions of the frame will be available in late August and the Soundwave Special complete bike available in early August.  Choose Wisely!

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Garrett Reeves’ Soundwave

As you can see Garrett Reeves has been putting our upcoming Soundwave frame to the test.  Crankslides are not the friendliest to down tubes and top tubes which is why the new frame comes with Wave Tubing to protect from denting and cracking.  Throw in hollow dropouts with built in chain tensioners and 41 Thermal heat treating with a Lifetime Warranty and you have one of the strongest frame out there.  Look for the Soundwave to come in Garrett’s signature Ice Green color later this summer.

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Jake Seeley Broadcaster Bike Check

Jake Seeley has been riding and testing out a new frame for us called the Broadcaster.  This bike works so well for him that we are giving him a signature colorway and maybe something else.  More information coming later, but for now check out all the detail shots of his bike.

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Win Alex Magallan’s Sunday Kit!

That’s right you can win all the Sunday parts that Alex Magallan has on his bike by going over to Dan’s Comp!  You’ll have a chance to win a Black Magic Forecaster frame, chrome Tall T bars, chrome Morning 2.1 forks, Freeze stem, Sabretooth sprocket and Slim seat clamp. You’ll also win some shirts from the 2012 Spring Tshirt line, foam fingers and even some Ipath shoes.  Just follow this LINK and enter. Good luck!

Seth Peterson Bike Check

Seth Peterson just built up this beautiful Orange Soda Funday frame with matching Morning 2.1 forks and Triumph XL bars.  His bike couldn’t look much better, so good.  Check after the break for a parts list and an interview about his bike set up.

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Chris Burden over iced

Here’s a good photo of Atlanta flow guy Chris Burden making good use of giant block of sandstone.  It took a million years to make this rock and only a few moments for Chris to over ice the rock on his Third Wave.  Nice work Chris!