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Rock Shox


Rock Shox has been at the forefront of the suspension technology game for a long time and their involvement with World Cup-level racing has allowed the everyday user to benefit from rapid technological advancements and refinements. From advanced damping cartridges to simple and effective axle designs, Rock Shox has a product to meet every rider's needs.

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Avid prides themselves on designing and manufacturing brake systems that allow you to remain in control regardless of the riding conditions you’re in. Where ever you are and whatever your riding style, Avid has a product to meet your needs and demands that will allow you to ride confidently and in control.

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From cranks to handlebars and stems, Truvativ offers you an incredibly wide range of products to give you control, balance, comfort and durability. Offering X-Glide technology on their drivetrain parts translates into a smoother and more efficient ride and a more responsive bike.




SRAM revolutionized the bike industry with the release of GripShift technology nearly 20 years ago. Today, they continue to push the envelope and offer shifting systems that integrate state-of-the-art materials and technology to bring high performing and durable components to the masses.

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Maxxis are known the world over as a leading manufacturer of high-end tires and they’ve gained this reputation by setting the bar for what a mountain bike tire should be. Revolutionary in their approach with tire compounds and tread designs, they take pride in catering to riders’ needs regardless of the terrain they ride, the level of competition they ride at, or the wheel size choices they make.

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Shimano is the pioneer in bicycle drivetrain manufacturing. Getting their start in the early 1960’s, they have always strived to combine pure performance and advanced technology with sleek and sharp designs. Light, strong and dependable, Shimano offers a range of products that benefits from the trickle-down of advances and developments in their high-end parts that are pushed to the limits by the planet’s top athletes. 

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Easton Cycling is two parts science and one part passion. Born at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, California, Easton Cycling exists for one reason — to make bikes better. Everything we do is based on performance. We embrace new materials, create new technologies and introduce industry standards all to make your bike ride smoother, go faster and last longer. Today Easton Cycling is the leader in composite design, engineering and manufacturing for the bicycle industry. They deliver a full range of carbon and aluminum wheel sets and components to manufacturers and riders globally.

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KMC Chain has consistently devoted itself to the production of premium bicycle chains for over three decades. Whether for 9, 10 or 11 speed drivetrains, KMC offers a wide array of chain options for every budget and every level of performance, but always offering the highest quality build and best performance.

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WTB was founded in Marin County, California in 1982, fueled by the need to create durable and reliable mountain bike-specific equipment. Back then mountain biking was a new and burgeoning sport, and mountain bikes weren’t much more than cobbled-together oddities. The original WTB crew was captivated by the experience of riding bikes on dirt trails, and they started creating more durable and functional components for their own bikes.

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Wolf Tooth Components


Based in Minnesota, USA, Wolf Tooth Components proudly manufacturers all of their components in their home state and have a focus on chainrings and drivetrain parts that accomodates all major brands and sizes. Beyond keeping it local, they pride themselves on having refined designs and using only the highest quality materials.




SunRace originated in Taiwan in 1972, initially providing entry-level products particularly to North and South America. The boom in sales of mountain bikes resulted in rapid expansion. Twenty-five years later, it had become clear that further growth would only result from higher level components and so commenced the process of taking the product range up-market. That procedure accelerated after internal hub gear supplier Sturmey-Archer was purchased in 2000. Sturmey-Archer was first established in England in 1902 when they invented the 3-speed internal gear hub. The purchase of Sturmey-Archer meant that SunRace now had a strong foothold in Europe with their sales and distribution company in the Netherlands. Supplying the European market demanded even higher level specifications resulting in large investments in engineering and Research and Development. SunRace products are now specified by the world’s leading bicycle manufacturers and are also used extensively in the aftermarket. Alongside the catalogue range, SunRace have also always used their R&D expertise in co-operation with OEM, to create customised product. That broad range has helped Sunrace to become a major player in the bike industry world-wide.

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