House of Stoke is a new component company, started by Adam Eldridge of Stanridge Speed. While the components are made overseas, they’re based on popular shapes, like a mid-reach, shallow drop track crit or road bar at a drastically discounted pricepoint. The first product out is the Chas Christiansen signature bar, featuring illustrations and words to keep the stoke alive. Carbon fiber, with a 140mm drop and a 84mm reach. Priced competitively at $207. Check out more at House of Stoke.
I love Tune‘s products. I use their skewers on my bikes, would kill for a set of their cranks and I’m stoked that they manufacture everything in the Black Forest, Germany. For their new catalog, the component manufacturers got a little creative. Check out the full catalog here!
From now until February 2014, Paul Components are offering up a different colored anodizing batch of all your favorite components each month, beginning with orange in August. They’ll also do custom anodizing for you at a flat rate of $75 per color. So if you can’t wait for green, or purple, you can place an order to get it sooner. Head over to Paul Components for more information!
Break out the Sodium Chloride, Ammonium Hydroxide and Ammonium Chloride. All-City‘s got some new copper parts that are begging for a nice purple-hued patina. Head to your LBS because these are limited.