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Monthly Archives: October 2011

  • Happy Halloween from Sparky's

    Posted on October 31, 2011 by Dave


    Most everyone at the office dressed up today, and our art department couldn't help but snap some pics for all to see. We hope your Halloween is sweet and filled with fun! Love this holiday...


    This post was posted in Sparkys Distribution, Holidays

  • Long & Low

    Posted on October 31, 2011 by Brien


    Are you a fan of Randy Taylor, but feel like you're too tall to ride his Loosefer frame? Mutiny's got you covered with their newest batch of Loosefer V3 frames, due to arrive at Sparky's in just a few weeks. The newest batch of Loosefer's will feature a 21.25" model, featuring a complimentary 13.75" rear end. Call your sales rep to pick your color and reserve your frame today.


    This post was posted in Mutiny

  • Fast Forward

    Posted on October 28, 2011 by Brien


    Wheels are an essential component of any decent BMX bike, but why spend a ton of money when you don't have to? Our Sputnic Forward wheelset is our best value, featuring welded 6061 rims & color-matched hubs. Call your rep today to see how you can save on some new 20"s.


    This post was posted in Sputnic

  • Sputnic Skyline V3 frame

    Posted on October 27, 2011 by Dave


    The Sputnic Skyline V3 frame comes in 20.75", 21" and 21.25" top tube. Measurements include a 13.5" slammed rear end (21.25" is 13.75" slammed), a 71.5 degree seat tube angle, a 75 degree head tube angle, with an overall weight of 4.8 lbs. Features on this frame include CNC machined heat treated grindable design mid B/B, integrated seat post clamp, removable brake mounts, and a perfect 8.5" standover height. Colors include gloss purple, matte tan and matte black. If you are looking to stock up on some new frames for your shop, contact your Sparky's rep about our specials on this and many other current products.


    This post was posted in Sputnic

  • Thumb-Shakin' Bone Deth News

    Posted on October 26, 2011 by Brien


    Bone Deth has crawled out of the crypt to make some news this week. First, Sean Burns built up a new Chrome-A-Toast Creepazoid; check Tables & Fables for more shots. Meanwhile, Kent Petersel clocked in from Estonia with some new footage. New Bone Deth frames & parts will be arriving at Sparky's in just a few weeks, so call your sales rep if you wanna get the weirdest bike on the block.


    This post was posted in Bone Deth

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