"From product design to test engineering to manufacturing, we own our entire process. We source material locally through long-standing partnerships and we respect and appreciate the natural environment. Together we strive to create the world's best bike racks."
"At Yakima, our engineers and designers are as passionate about the outdoors as you are. Whether it's road cycling, mountain biking, downhill skiing, telemarking, kayaking, mountain climbing or camping with friends or family; there is someone at Yakima doing it. We live it every day, we know what works and, more importantly, we know what doesn't."
"Hollywood Racks started in 1973 when we began making trunk-mounted racks in the back of our bike shop in Hollywood, California. Our aim was simple: We wanted to make good quality products that were easy to use and came fully assembled. "
"ORTLIEB products are characterized by tightly sealed closure systems such as roll closures, waterproof zippers, Velcro closure or sliding seal closures. "
Lazer is a leading manufacturer of bike helmets.
Burley is the worldwide leader in bicycle trailer design and has been for more than 35 years. They put their heart and soul into every trailer we make so you can be sure you are getting the absolute best in quality, durability and safety.
"The people at Kryptonite have a pure passion for creating the best security in the world. It's their innovative product designs, intimate knowledge of market trends and complete commitment to customers that will continue to keep the competition striving to reach the high bar Kryptonite sets and allows their customers to feel free to stop wherever they want."
"At Topeak, exciting new ideas for accessories are spinning at full speed and driving us ahead in a never ending cycle of innovation."
Surly is a leading manufacturer of bicycle frames, and was one of the first Fat Bike manufacturers.
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Trainer resistance is available in fluid, wind, magnetic and electronic. Magnetic trainers are most common and have fixed levels of resistance. Fluid trainers have progressive levels of resistance; the harder you pedal, the more resistance they provide. Wind trainers tend to be very noisy, as they generate their resistance from a fan. Electronic trainers require a power source and can often provide the most powerful and precise levels of resistance. They sometimes can include virtual reality interfaces for a more interactive experience.
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