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Diogo Santos signature fork “Corvo”

Some months ago we begin a new project with Diogo Santos. He came to the office for we started drawing some ideas for our new street fork.
Yeah! Corvo Fork will be Diogo’s signature and we already received the prototypes to test. Here is a sneak peek, I could say that have nice details…

Along with the news of the fork I leave three recent photos of Diogo, by Ruben Pedrosa.

  

Distributor for Slovakia

We have been in contact with some companies interested to distribute mutantbikes for their country, Ride Distribution is one of the new ones that already receive our products and is starting to sell mutantbikes in Slovakia. To every riders and shops in the country get in contact with; Ride Distribution, info@ridedistribution.com, www.ridedistribution.com, phone number: 00421908161428

QBP Frost Bike 2013

Every years in February QBMX our distributor in USA make their own trade show to give the opotunity to the people can touch and check some new products. We didn’t had our own booth, but they show all our stuff and Kurt from BMX Union made a great coverage of all the brands, also Ride BMX made a good coverage that you can see over the links I left. For more details contact QBMX on Facebook or Instagram or by the phone at qbpbmx.com. Follow them.

 

Declan Brooks Bike Check

Declan fractured his hand and has been with a cast, once he can’t ride he decided to do a Bike Check with the last assembly he made and sent us the list of parts along with this photos. Follow him on facebook and instagram @declanbrooks and gives him a speedy recovery to see him shredd at Simple Session next month.

Frame : Mutant Bikes Tizona 21″ Black
Forks: Demolition Elite Forks Chrome
Bars: Vocal Local XL 29″ 8.25 rise Chrome
Stem: Mutant Bikes Top Loader proto-type stem Black
Gyro Plate: Vocal Bmx Black
Gyro: Vocal Bmx Shoot da Bs Black/Blue
Headset: Vocal Bmx Black
tyres: Fit FAF White wall (2.3, 2.1)
Rims: Mutant Bikes Storm rims Blue
spokes: Vocal bmx double butted black
Hubs: Mutant Bikes Owl Hubs Chrome
Cranks: Vocal Bmx Valentine cranks Chrome 175mm
Pedals: Wellgo Magnesium black
Sprocket: Vocal Bmx Ecliptic 28t Blue
chain: Shadow Conspiracy half Link
seatpost: Alienation Long post
Seat: shadow Conspiracy fat seat
brake lever: Odyssey Medium black
cables: Upper an Lower Vocal BMX Pro gyro
Caliper: Odyssey Springfield brake

     

 

 

Daniel Serra Bike Check

During the Rapataching tour we made 4 bike checks with 4 team riders, here is the 1st of 4th with Daniel Serra in this one, showing his setup with a lobo frame and so on! From now one and every friday’s in the next 4 weeks we’ll shoot out a new bike check, stay tuned!!
*only a small correction, the rims were the Storm prototypes but now he has new wheels (elecktraa rims and owl hubs)

Diogo Santos Street View

Our friend Lino filmed and edited this newest video with Diogo Santos riding street over some good spots in Portugal. Here is the comments he left about the edit.
“Around mid summer 2012 talked to Diogo to film some street riding with him, we worked together building a skatepark away from home witch gave us some time to film and with two weekends spent in Lisbon here’s what we got”
Filmed and edited by: Ricardo Lino
additional filming: Ruben José

Mutantbikes Owl Hubs | Fe-Male and Sliding System

We designed and developed the Fe-Male system to maintain the look of a female hub with the possibility to use pegs without bending axles or breaking bolts.
With the Fe-Male axle, you can use 14mm pegs, but if you don’t use pegs, you just need to put the spacer washers.
To tighten the hub is very simple, just adjust the wheel by hand on both sides, make sure the axle is minimally centered and then give the final tightening with a tool in just one side, it will be properly tightened because the axle slides from one side to the other.

The advantages of the Fe-Male axle are:
Easy to tight
One single axle for a male or female hub
Stronger

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