Latest Product Reviews


Bell Segment Helmet

“Bell segment”


The Good:

light, comfortable, the inner padding is really durable and doesnt soak up to much sweat

The Bad:

Nothing at all

Overall Review: <p>If your looking for a decent skid lid to keep you alive you should definitely have a look at a segment </p>

Demolition Momentum Tire

“Demo momentum”


The Good:

high pressure, sticky, light and looks half decent

The Bad:

really thin

Overall Review: <p>I wouldnt ride these on the street since they are so thin id assume it would be flat city. But since i only ride park these tyres are awesome and are a good substitute for Tioga Powerblocks for when you cant find them in a 2.1 </p>

Profile Mini Rear Hub

“Profile mini hub”


The Good:

Excellent engagement, plenty of parts available for upgrades/repairs, female or male axle and sound awesome

The Bad:

Expensive, the design could do with a makeover, aluminium hub body can get damaged easily when replacing bearings if your rough

Overall Review: <p>There is a reason why profile minis are the most popular hub, they just work and work well </p>

Demolition Trooper Aluminum Pedals

“Beautiful pedals”


The Good:

They look awesome and they come in nice colours

The Bad:

Not really a bad but they are a little too grippy at times

Overall Review: <p>Get rid of the plastic pedals and get a pair of these while your there get a pair of shin guards aswell or your gonna have a bad time </p>

Total BMX Hangover H2 Frame

“Good frame.”


The Good:

Colours are awesome, integrated chain tensioner and seat post clamp, nice geometry and the paint is pretty durable

The Bad:

Paint gets dirty very easily

Overall Review: <p>Good frame that you wont be disappointed with. If your in the market for a park frame with a low standover and a short Cs give it a run. </p>

Demolition Markit Seat

“Good seat...”


The Good:

Looks neat and is a good size

The Bad:

I've got it in black and its faded that much it's now grey and i mostly ride indoor parks so its not as if it sees much direct sunlight

Overall Review: <p>If your looking for a new seat and like the look of it, give it a go </p>

Odyssey Tom Dugan Fang Sprocket

“Good so far”


The Good:

Seems strong atm, looks good and my chain runs smoothly on it

The Bad:

None so far

Overall Review: <p>I got this sprocket in 28t while i'm waiting for my 28t Tree original to rock up to my LBS and it's been good so far, copped a few decent hits and is still spinning straight. </p>

Tree Bicycle Co. Original Sprocket Sprocket

“Strongest sprocket”


The Good:

Looks good and is insanely strong

The Bad:

Nothing at all

Overall Review: <p>The only reason why you would ever need to buy another sprocket after buying a tree original is because you want to change gearing and that's it </p>

Shadow Conspiracy Captive Fork

“Adjustable forks”


The Good:

Fairly light and have held up to plenty of abuse. Also has adjustable offset if your into that kinda thing.

The Bad:

If you need to remove your front wheel a lot to get your bike in and out of car you will quickly get over having to completely remove the bolt to get it out of the stays. Also sometimes putting the washers back in it can be a bit of a pain.

Overall Review: <p>The only reason i got these forks was because i bent mine and i got these on the cheap and after owning a pair i wouldnt buy another pair. I was initially excited over the adjustability but then again I have never put it into the 32mm offset so the added hassle of wheel removal hasnt been worth it for me. But if you are after a set of adjustable forks definitely give these a go. They look good are strong and the paint work is pretty durable. </p>