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Chromagbikes SramMedia's article
Jan 9, 2014 at 11:48
Jan 9, 2014
SRAM to Officially License X-SYNC Technology
rideonjon, you’ve taken the topic in a different direction now. These new claims are pretty broad and if you have any issue with product you are using or have bought from us, I encourage you to contact us directly. We do test our products on several levels including 3rd party lab testing and we take that very seriously. We stand by all of our products and if you’ve had a specific experience that leaves you unsatisfied, I hope you will call or email us so we can discuss it. -Ian
Chromagbikes SramMedia's article
Jan 8, 2014 at 16:43
Jan 8, 2014
SRAM to Officially License X-SYNC Technology
Rideonjon…we make a lot of different products and we rely on excellent craftsmen as our partners to make them. Mike Truelove and Chris Dekerf are great examples, and it’s interesting you mention them. If you buy one of our Canadian made frames it will have been made by one of these guys…and while they are independent, we consider them extended family…just like Peter and Chris down the road here who make our chainrings, stems etc. But even they cannot make everything from end to end. There are subcomponents that are made by other partners and this network of professionals makes it possible for us to create all the products we do. Every product we make is designed from the ground up…nothing is picked from a catalog and nothing is nearly as simple as slapping a graphic on a ready made item (including our saddles that are made by Velo – jfyfe your assumption is not correct). We conceptualize, study, design, prototype, and then find the best craftsmen to make it. This is a process that often takes years, and continues even after the product is made. So no, we aren’t all welders or machinists inside Chromag headquarters, but it takes a lot of different skills between getting the metal out of the ground and turning it into something you can ride.
Jan 8, 2014 at 15:05
Jan 8, 2014
What are my odds of you giving Mr. Hammons a punch in the arm from a little guy in Spearfish, SD???
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Chromagbikes SramMedia's article
Jan 7, 2014 at 16:11
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SRAM to Officially License X-SYNC Technology
rideonjon....there's a little more to it than that
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Dec 15, 2013 at 10:34
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should be mid-late Jan

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