Stoked to finally announce we’ve received the first order of M2 frames into our Florida warehouse. These are available directly though us, online through mail orders such as J&R Bicycles, and abroad through some of the finest distributors in BMX!! If you have any questions, drop us a line or visit the M2 product page!
Hey everyone!! We’re happy to announce the long anticipated M2 alloy frames are almost ready to drop. They’ve been pushed back a couple times from their original launch date (which we apologize for) but they should be arriving the 17th of February. In preparation for their launch, we’ve added them to our frames page above. If you have any questions about the frames, check that page out, and if we haven’t answered your question, drop us an e-mail email@example.com – Thank you guys so very much for your support. -Db44
Want to learn a little about our Speedco Bicycles Factory Team? Check out the recently updated Team page in the navigation bar!
“I find it a huge honour and am grateful to have the opportunity to represent Speedco Bicycles for the foreseeable future. Speedco and Avian are producing top of the line products that will help me compete at the highest level.” –Ryan Martin
“I’m really stoked on the opportunity to sponsor such a talented kid. With three consecutive UCI World Championships and two wins at the Grands during his US debut, I think it’s safe to say he’s not slowing down any time soon! We are looking forward to giving Ryan the support he needs to win without the pressure of performing for a factory team sheet. Look for Ryan out front aboard his gloss red Speedco Velox carbon frame, equipped with all AVIAN components, when he starts his hunt for the 2016 USABMX National #1 Amateur title at the Gator Nationals in Oldsmar, Florida,” -Derek Betcher / Brand Manager
“Speedco is about passion and performance. I am happy to have a racer who is performing at the top of his class on the hottest new frame on the market. Ryan and Speedco will have a great year showing off the new product around the world from atop the podium”. -Kirk Morrison / CEO
There has been some questions about the chain tensioner configuration on the Velox Carbon so here’s a photo. On some of the studio shots, the small nut was installed inside the dropout on some of them which has mislead some customers. Here’s how it should look, the small nut secured against the dropout on the outside to keep the tensioner screw from backing out.
Just before Interbike we received our production samples with finished paint/graphic for the Velox carbon. We decided to make some changes to the all black gloss model and add some grey highlights. The other three colorways we’ve shot in the studio and added to the Frames page so check it out to learn more about what makes the Velox a game changer.
We’re still expecting to receive these frames early December, just in time for Christmas sales! We’ll have the Pro, Pro XL, and Pro XXL in four colorways which are: Gloss black/grey, Matte black/grey, Gloss black/yellow, and Gloss black/red. The smaller frames are a couple months behind and we’ll have updates for you on those here in the next couple weeks. We should be all setup to take pre-orders here in the near future also, so in the meantime follow us on Instagram for all the latest updates @Speedcobmx.
On Monday, Mike Carruth of BMXnews.com had Derek on his podcast show to discuss the Speedco Velox carbon. If you’re interested, you can check it out on BMXnews.com or click here.
Threw the Pro XL frame on the scale yesterday also. 44.30oz with BB installed which is 2.7lbs raw. It may be the lightest of all the carbon frames on the market of it’s size.
Without further ado, we’re so stoked to introduce to you the Speedco Velox carbon. This is the first build, and although we don’t have a scale on hand for the complete, we can tell you the raw frame (21″) is 2.65lbs. It features a BB86 shell, 73mm to 65mm massive tapered down-tube, tapered head tube, internally routed cable, and a 15mm dropout with integrated chain tensioner. This is the Pro XL, and it will also be available in Pro and Pro XXL (20.5 & 21.75) in November. Closely following the pro models will be the smaller version of the carbon in Junior, Expert, and Expert XL which are 18.5″, 19.25″ and 20″ top tubes. Retail on these frames is around $1100.00, and will be available in three different colorways to start. We’ll post a sample of the graphic packages soon.
Massive thank you to Gus at Profile Racing for the stem & hubs as well as Leo at Shimano for the DXR group, thanks also to the boss man Kirk for his detailed aesthetic suggestions with the design of this beauty. I’ll be on it this weekend in Las Vegas so come check it out! -DB44
Welcome to Speedco Bicycles 2015. We’ve been busy working on a carbon frame since January set to release in December and you’re gonna be stoked. It will be available in 6 sizes from Junior to Pro XXL, while the small sizes will be the lightest bikes on the market, the bigger sizes will be some of not only the lightest but best looking and most responsive frames available. As I write this, we’re about two weeks away from receiving our first frame sample and you can check it out at the Las Vegas National on July 10th ridden by Derek Betcher, and then again on August 21 when our Elite rider Logan Collins takes it to the front of USABMX Supercross series in Colorado. We’ll post photos of our first build so be sure and check back soon and follow us on Instagram & Twitter: @Speedcobmx