"Incremental enhancements. Perpetual improvements. Revolutionary Innovation. When advancements are continuously made to every attribute of every component, the result is overall performance that is simply second to none. And to real cycling enthusiasts, there is nothing more gratifying then achieving the ultimate ride. And the best part is we just keep making it better. This is what SRAM is all about."
"We move forward with a desire to deliver the best possible components to our customers and a determined spirit of competition."
Surly is a leading manufacturer of bicycle frames, and was one of the first Fat Bike manufacturers.
"Every year bikes change, styles and trends evolve, old bikes are in need of repairs and new bikes are waiting for that personal touch. We provide the means to keep your bike on the road and fun to ride!"
"The world's best choose Cane Creek. A key element of Cane Creek's mission is to support the sport of cycling, including racing, charitable activities and cycling advocacy. Cane Creek believes strongly in the power of bicycles and their potential to effect positive change in our society. To that end, Cane Creek supports athletes and teams whose purpose encompasses more than competitive racing, such as getting more people on bikes, improving or promoting a healthy lifestyle, and making our world better through the use of a bike."
"Shimano practices good local citizenship, pursues continued access to those areas that are enjoyed by outdoor enthusiasts, and is committed to minimizing our impact on the environment."
"Upgrading your hubs, bottom brackets and pulleywheels will give you exactly what you need. CeramicSpeed bearings reduce friction, improve power transfer and have greater longevity."
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"Campagnolo puts all of its professionalism and expertise into the manufacture of its components in Via della Chimica plant in Vicenza. All production takes place exclusively within Campagnolo's own plants, so that product development can be a fully integrated part of the process. Every step in the process, from design and engineering to testing and industrialisation, takes place within Campagnolo facilities. Campagnolo even develops its own tools, machinery and technology so that it can produce only the very best components and wheels for racing bicycles."
Answer BMX makes BMX racing components.
Almost one century ago,in 1920,Yasujiro Tange founded a company that would become one the most iconic in bicycle industry. He gave this conpany his family name, and made it famous all over the world. Tange first produced forks and CrMo frame tubes. It quickly became synonymous of high japanese quality. During the golden ages of CrMo bikes,for road racing,and moreover BMX and MTB, Tange was considered as the best tubing maker by the biggest bikes brands, as well as be spoke frame builders. Today, CrMo is coming back and the new generation of Tange people decided to pay tribute to the man who wrote history by creating their own bike brand called Yasujiro. Yasujiro aims to show the way for modern CrMo bikes, a perfect combinaison of tradition and modernity for cyclists who want to (re) discover the unique taste of rinding steel.
"Simplicity is the hardest design principle to follow; It's at the heart of our approach to eclat."
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The bottom bracket shell width is the width, in millimeters, of the frame where the bottom bracket is mounted.
Bottom brackets must fit the frames interface type. For example, an english threaded bottom bracket can only be installed on a frame that accepts english threading.
GXP is a SRAM standard. The cranks have a 24mm spindle on the drive side and a 22mm spindle on the non-drive side.
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FSA’s MegaExo spindle is 24mm in diameter, uses a “Square Spline”.
FSA’s MegaExo Light spindle is 24mm in diameter, uses an “Arc Spline,” and is used on K-Force Light, SL-K Light, and the Team Issue cranks.
Shimano Hollowtech II is Shimano's 24mm spindle standard.
RaceFace EXI bottom brackets are for 24mm spindle cranks.
DUB is a SRAM standard, which stands for Durable Unified Bottom bracket. DUB cranks have a 28.99mm spindle.
RaceFace CINCH bottom brackets are for 30mm spindle cranks.
386 EVO bottom brackets are a variant of PF30. They accept cranks with a 30mm spindle and shell width of 86.5mm.
e*Thirteen P3 connect cranks use a 30mm spindle.
Rotor 3D+ is for 30mm spindle cranks.
Splined Bottom bracket specific to FSA Power Drive Cranks.
The FSA MegaEXO 19 is specific to FSA cranks with a 19mm spindle.
BB30 / PF30 bottom brackets accept cranks with 30mm spindles and are available in a variety of shell widths.
392 EVO bottom brackets are a variant of PF30. They accept cranks with a 30mm spindle and shell width of 91.5mm.
This is an older standard that was used on some Shimano cranks. Some common Octalink V1 cranks models include, XTR (BB-M952), Dura-Ace BB-7700, Ultegra (BB-6500) and 105 (BB-5500).
Some common Octalink V2 cranks models include Deore XT (ES70/71), Deore XL (ES70/71), Deore (ES50/51), FC-M752, FC-M751, FC-M572, FC-M571, FC-M510-8 & FC-M440-8 cranks.
MegaEVO is a threaded BB that allows you to use a BB392EVO crank on a standard frame with a BSA shell.
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