Driven by the vision of becoming a worldwide known manufacturer of bicycle components, DT Swiss expanded its product range over the years. Today DT Swiss has established itself as a leading manufacturer of spokes, nipples, hubs, rims, complete wheels as well as suspension systems.
"Park Tool has been manufacturing bicycle specific tools since 1963. Based out of St. Paul Minnesota, we are the world's largest bicycle tool manufacturer. A long-term dedication to quality, innovation, and customer service has made Park Tool the first choice of professional and home bicycle mechanics around the world."
Surly is a leading manufacturer of bicycle frames, and was one of the first Fat Bike manufacturers.
"At Birzman, our mission is simple, keep riders riding, exploring and living boundlessly. In doing all we can to keep you riding, we make commitments: We are committed to producing tools that are more functionally efficient and durable. We are committed to producing tools that share the same pride of place as your bicycle."
Out on the trail and on the open road is where enthusiast, pro-teams and pro-riders get to experience the Birzman difference.
These models are available for online purchasing and can be shipped directly to you.
We define color as the main color of the item. It may have accents or highlights in other colors.
In Store products are available to view in our showroom. In Store orders usually ship the same or next business day.
The ISO diameter is the true diameter of the rim and determines which tires are compatible.
Rims are drilled for specific tube valves. Schrader and Presta are the two common choices. Presta valves are the skinny, often threaded type.
Tire type is the type of tire the rim can accept. Some rims can only accept clincher tires. Others are tubeless only. Some are tubeless compatible
The drillings is the number of holes drilled in the rim for spokes. This will match your spoke count and must match with the hub.
The hub drilling is the number of spoke holes. It must match your rim spoke count.
This is hub spacing and is the width of the hub. It must match your fork specifications.
This should correspond to the type of brakes you have on the bike.
The cassette body type is the type of cassette and number of speeds the hub will accept.
This is hub spacing and is the width of the hub. It must match your frame specifications.
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