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"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."
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.
"Industry Nine hubs are handmade in Asheville, NC"
"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."
"Ritchey bicycle components have been raced to victory in some of the biggest cycling competitions in the world including the UCI World Championships, the Tour de France and the Olympics and it all began in a simple garage in Menlo Park, California with Tom Ritchey.'
Fulcrum Wheels was established in July 2004, based on the idea of three aerospace engineers who are passionate about bicycles. The strong points of this young company include the use of unique patents, ongoing technological research, and the attractive and young-spirited design.
"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."
It's true. Our goal has never been to be the lightest. If it was, we would be. Plain and simple. We've been making wheels for the bicycle industry longer than most and we've seen technologies come and go.
However, there are a few timeless qualities that we have stuck to: 1. Durability is king. Regardless of crazy material cocktails or ingenious construction methods--if it leaves you walking off the trail, all the so-called technology is pointless. 2. Make it easy. Our tubeless set-ups are a breeze and considered industry best. 3. Make it perform. Whether it's race day or an afternoon shred, we want riders to be confident that their hoops are capable. 4. Go back to number one. Durable, lightweight, easy to set up with performance that rivals everything out there.
Sun Ringle. More reliable than you.
"At Topeak, exciting new ideas for accessories are spinning at full speed and driving us ahead in a never ending cycle of innovation."
"We didn't invent the wheel, we simply made it better."
"All-City's goal is to make a significant contribution to the equipment and culture of urban cycling. This is not a cash in, this is not a fad, this is our life, our love, our community and our dream. We are a company of riders making products for other riders."
"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."
Dimension makes quality components to repair or custom-fit the vast majority of bikes being ridden today, and provide the accessories that make them fun to ride.
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The hub drilling is the number of spoke holes. It must match your rim spoke count.
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.
This is hub spacing and is the width of the hub. It must match your fork specifications.
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