Jan 27, 2020 • News, Product 24″ R32 Forks, Hazard Lite Rims, and Path Pro Tires
May 9, 2019 • Product, Team 24″ R32 Forks and Hazard Lite Rims
24″ R32 Forks
- Proven 41-Thermal® processed 4130 chromoly
- Legendary lifetime replacement warranty
- Laboratory tested and team proven
- New, custom, seamless, tapered, butted and specially formed leg tube shaping for improved grind and guard clearance
- All-new steerer tube design improves fatigue strength and includes a built-in, integrated, lower headset seat race
- New, optimized, 4mm dropout shape for grind and peg clearance
- Updated 7075-T6 pre-load bolt, US Pat. No. 7,591,474
24″ Hazard Lite Rims
- Fully welded joint construction
- Directional spoke hole drilling
- Trademarked cross-section design
Feb 12, 2011 • Bike Checks, Team Jim Cielencki bike check & update
Jim C has a pretty sweet bike check and photo gallery up over at ESPN. In it, he talks about his 24″ Model C and what it’s like riding it and switch back and forth between the 20″.
I know you ride your Sunday cruiser more than a regular 20″ bike nowadays. Is there a specific reason for this? To be honest, I go back and forth between the 20″ and 24″ throughout the year. I run a BMX bike company, so I should have experience in both bikes. Before I started riding this bike in October, I rode my 20″ for a whole year straight. For me, it’s difficult to switch between the two just because the 24″ makes the 20″ feel small. The main reason why I ride the 24″ is that I like the idea of taking something you already know how to do and making it different. It’s like riding bigger stair sets or steeper rails, you want the challenge of taking something you already know and making it different or more difficult.
Click HERE to check it out.
Sep 24, 2009 • Bike Checks, Product (Tall) Bike Check
You may have seen some photos of this tall bike floating around the internet these past few days and we decided to put together a little bike check featuring all of the parts we ended up using to make it happen. The hardest part to make this bike a reality was having a solid steering mechanism (we ended up having to use 4 headsets) and getting the right sprocket size combos to get the chain tension right through out the whole drive-terrain. The end result is a ridiculously tall bike with a lot of parts and a top wheel that rolls backwards when the bike is rolling forwards.
A huge thanks goes out to Rob at CM Speed for doing the welding for us!
Sep 21, 2009 • Product 24″ HGS Spokes!
May 20, 2009 • Product Fluorescent Pink, White and Gold
We have two new color options available for our Hazard Lites and the Seven KA rim now comes in white. Both clock in at 17mm tall and Hazard Lites have a width of 32mm, while the Seven KAs are 34mm. The Seven KAs are built using 7000 series aluminum so they’re a little bit lighter in comparison. Both, however, are two of the lightest and strongest rims you can find and can’t go wrong with either one.
These rims are painted so they’re more suited for brakeless riders. The gold ones are available in 24″ versions. Contact your local shops or mail orders to lace up a pair!
May 1, 2009 • Product, Team, Videos 24″ Path and Aitken tires!
24 inch tires means more surface area for skidding!
If your 24″ Hazard Lite rims are getting lonely, our Path and Aitken tires are now available for your cruisers and 24″ freestyle machines. You can get Paths in 24×2.1″ and Aitkens in 24×2.25″ sizes. Download the wallpaper below then head over to your local shop and upgrade your tires.