SMPL Eject Hub 6

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SMPL Eject Hub - SMPL & 43 Buyer's Guide - BMX Pictures - Vital BMX

This hub has been in the works for almost three years now. It came about as SMPL wanted to design a small, clean, lightweight hub that could still be used with pegs. Other hubs had been designed with thicker flanges to stand up for grind damage. But with this design, we worked a way around it, and made a “flangeless” hub with an optional hubguard. The hub features a female axle system and runs regular type spokes. It’s been tested since 2005, and has shown no problems in the process.

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6 comments
  • TheFreshest

    9/22/2007 2:31 PM

    bmx has gone past the rest of the bicycle industry ask any mountain biker if he's seen the new pivotal system or have some random bike shop employee work on nice street bike, most mountain bikers still think all bmxers only work on there bikes with hammers and adjustable wrenchs

  • johnboy

    9/17/2007 4:10 PM

    ma loooard! shes beautiful!

    o, n there on danscomp.

  • shadow1593

    9/16/2007 11:00 AM

    i wanna see that laced

  • AlexW

    9/14/2007 7:16 AM

    FUCK ME THATS NICE! When r theese 4 sale?

  • Bmxer Chris

    9/13/2007 3:50 PM

    this is so sick!!! is it out for sale yet?

  • dadlovesbmx

    9/11/2007 3:43 AM

    that is really sweet. i am glad bmx is finally catching up with the rest of the bicycle industry.