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Shadow Conspiracy Structure Pedals


Ah Interbike, it’s like Comicon for bike nerds… The Union have extensive coverage of it going on over at their site and in their Shadow Conspiracy product round-up they briefly touch on the new Structure pedal.  Shadow have come up with the great idea of sandwiching replaceable plastic bodies onto an aluminium core via 4 allen bolts to give a more robust and longer lasting plastic pedal, it also uses 2 sealed bearings and a roller bearing; essentially giving the best properties of both metal and plastic.  Head over to The Union to catch more.


Shadow Raptor Freecoaster Available Now



The Shadow Raptor freecoaster hub is now available! Shadow have taken the traditional KHE style hub and put their own spin on it with a needle bearing driver and a new set of cone nuts. Go hit up your local shadow dealer today and start going backwards!

“We’ve taken the best features of the KHE internals and put them into one hub, along with some updated features that we feel will make it more durable and run with less resistance as well as have a consistent engagement – – Raptor CNC 6061 alloy hub shell – 14mm solid cro-mo male axle with 8mm hex broach – Cro-mo cones and inserts for durability – 9T 1pc CNC cro-mo driver with needle and cartridge bearings – Angular Contact Bearing and oversized cartridge in hub shell – Thrust bearing behind the clutch reduces drag during rollbacks” – 36H left or right drive – Weight: 23.2 oz. – Colors: black, raw polish

Trey Jones Bike Check


Shadow just posted up a new bike check with Trey Jones. Trey normally only runs Raw frames so it’s refreshing to see him on a nice and tidy looking Black and Chrome rig. Trey is running his signature Stone Cold frame form Cult as well as some prototype parts from Shadow like his signature 22mm Killer Cranks, a new 30t sprocket and his latest signature 1pc seat/post combo, all of which will be available later this year.

How To Install the Shadow Disaster Guard

Shadow’s new universal Disaster Guard is now available. Check out this neat how to the guys in Florida put together explaining how to install it properly. Now go smash stuff!

“We put this short “How To” video together to show the installation process our our new Disaster Guard. This should clear up any questions you may have about it. If you have any more questions please contact us through our Facebook or Instagram accounts and we can answer them for you.” – The Shadow Conspiracy