Tuesday, March 31, 2009


New Parts in from Profile BMX

New parts in from Profile BMX. The MTB HIP Stem is a quality addition to any track bike, especially as you can run it with 25.4 bars. The GAS Pedals are also incredible. They turn smoother than most track pedals & with a titanium axle are 1/2 the weight of Profile's previous model! If your gonna use BMX pedals & ride nothing but the best then these are for you!
 For collectors of old school parts Profile have reintroduced their 1979 Box Cranks. These would look very nice ridden fixed with a nice a Sugino Chainring but unfortunately their only making them 175-180mm! A little long for road use, still we can take orders as they are available in the UK, for £290!


BFF X San Marco

Get it here.


New Nar Furi

Monday, March 30, 2009

The Dodici's are all built up & as predicted super strong & rigid. 

Sunday, March 29, 2009


BMC being used Proper Style

notamessenger says, fuck your "fixie" from Corey Emond on Vimeo.

Saturday, March 28, 2009


Dodici Rims V2 !!

We've been waiting for these for a while! Finally a quality rim made specifically for our needs! Fast, beautiful & strong. Made in Italy. 40mm, aero profile. 3 section construction, these should be indestructible! Unlike the V1's these can be built standard with external nipples. These will be coming in Black, White, Polished & Raw! Raw means custom colours. 768 grams. We will have our first batch in next week & think prices will be around £58 per rim. 


New CCP Hoody

Balaclava hoody! 


80's NOS Italian

Rino Pedal sets, Excaliber Seat posts & 80mm Stems. All made in Italy. Check used & vintage and stems catergories.  

Friday, March 27, 2009


New TFG Stickers

We'll try & remember to stick the logo sticker in all orders, the Reaper can be bought in a set. 



I was in Milan earlier this week & saw some amazing stuff; The Cinelli / Colombus factory & office, Alberto Masi & Dodici! Check our new Flickr account for more photos. 

Friday, March 20, 2009


Royce Workshop

The Royce workshop; where solid titanium is churned into some of the best performing bottom bracket & hubs in the world!
 Royce was started in the 70's with the current owner Cliff Polton designing & manufacturing some of its leading components. After a rough spell in the late 80's Royce closed only to be bought out months later by Cliff. Since then Royce have put most of their focus into their hubs and bottom brackets. The quality of their components is almost unrivaled & has been noticed over the year by the likes of Chris Boardman who rode Royce through out his career as well as using a Royce bottom bracket in the Lotus bike in the 1992 olympics. As well as the the performance its worth noting the durability of the components. Cliff informed me that in his 30 years he now, just, replaced his tenth axle. He has customers that haven't opened up hubs in over ten years as well as one customer who rode from Alaska to the southern tip of Chile without a glitch.  
 Cliff Polton is the back bone of Royce. He designs, manufactures & markets his products as well as taking orders, assembling & dispatching. His attention to detail & strife for unconditional quality as well as the idea that cycle components can still be manufactured and sold bespoke is everything Royce is today. 

Thursday, March 19, 2009



We apologize for the site crash today. We've been experiencing problems with our new site causing products to drop off! I'm sure this can be very frustrating if you need to make a purchase. We are doing our best to try make sure this never happens again!


Royce Hubs In

Hubs in from Royce, there's a good article on Royce in Rouleur

Wednesday, March 18, 2009


PB Tools Rainbow Hex Set

A pretty edition to any tool kit. New rainbow Hex Kit from Swiss company PB Tools.



Nitto's new B211AA riser bars. 50mm rise with a light sweep. No need to cut them down at 485mm width.


Sugino Spares



New cogs in from Grunge. Very light & highly polished.

Sunday, March 15, 2009


Pedal.e.d. SS 09

New pieces in from Pedal.e.d. 


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