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Speedco Velox Carbon

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

Fork: Sinz Tapered Elite w/ carbon steerer
Stem: Profile Acoustic 48mm
Headset: Box Components
Handlebar: Blank 8″ 3up 6back
Grips: ODI
Lever: Shimano DXR
Hubs: Profile Elite matte black
Crank: Shimano DXR 175mm
BB: FSA ceramic BB86
Sprocket: Rennen Design 44t
Post: carbon pivotal
Seat: scratched up plastic pivotal
Pedals: Shimano M545
Chain: Shimano HG
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Welcome to Speedco Bicycles.

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