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North Shore Products is a bicycle company hailing from Sapporo, Japan. Formed by the riders for the riders, we are focused on designing MTB frames and parts as well as making movies and skate park ramps.

NSP is run by Masaki Kusahara, a bike rider who has experienced competitive trials, downhills and slalom as well as street riding on BMX and MTB bikes. Contents include product guide and blog posts. More and more functions and contents, such as mail order and how-to's, are plannded to be added as well.

Newest Articles

AKAIGAWA TOMO Challenge Cup report

Unfortunately, last year’s fever of the Red Bull Pump Track World Championship didn’t quite come back here this year as the Japan qualifier round in Hokkaido was canceled. To save the locals from the loss and tears, the venue and several members of the local scene have made it happen within the community, and that’s what [...]

July & August digest

It’s been a pretty good year for me riding-wise. My left ankle had been in a terrible condition since 2014, but surgeries and rehab seem to have finally started to pay off. Though I’ve been riding bits of street as well as some downhill races in the past five years, those riding days were never [...]

Spinner fork actually compatible with 27.5” wheels

Sorry, this article is only available in 日本語.

Tanatos frame actually compatible with Shimano cranks

When we conduct street interviews on Tanatos, the ultimate street MTB frame from our very own Libido Bike Co., we hear voices like these: “What’s street mountain biking anyway? I’m only interested in pump tracks, dirt jumps, slope style and skate parks, but not that one.” “They say the top and down tubes are triple butted [...]

6″ bottom bracket spindle now in stock

We now have 6-inch (152mm+) long bottom bracket spindles in stock. Measuring at 3/4″ (19.05mm) in diameter with the tested-and-proven 48-spline design, these shafts are basically compatible with any and all crank arms that follow the same standard, including the original and still popular Profile Racing cranks. Coming about 1/2″ longer than regular BMX ones, this [...]

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