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Slayer Branded BMX Bikes Announced

05/13/2016
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(Classic Rock) A range of Slayer branded bikes have been revealed by manufacturer Subrosa. The Slayer Cradle To Grave range of bicycles will be available worldwide from October of this year, including a 20-inch BMX, a 26-inch cruiser and a 700cc fixed gear urban terrain hybrid.

Subrosa will also launch a limited edition Thunderbeast X Slayer frame and a Pivotal seat. Subrosa say: "We couldn't think of a bigger way to celebrate our 10th year as a brand than teaming up with Slayer to create some of the most badass BMX bikes ever seen.

"BMX has always had love for metal. Whether it's in the headphones of riders ripping through town, background music during a contest run, or the soundtrack to some of the most famous and influential video parts, Slayer has been a huge piece of it all." Read more here.

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