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.
"Whisky Parts Co. makes high quality carbon components designed with unique features that help you do more with your bike and stand out from the rest. We believe that our work can help every rider find a new level of confidence and performance with our sturdy and lightweight forks, bars, rims and more. So whether you are building a new bike or upgrading one you already have, you'll find an uncommon attention to detail in every product we offer."
"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."
"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."
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.
"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.'