Paul Components Announces Details for 30th Anniversary Open House October 19th

Sep 12, 2019
by Paul Component  
Paul Driving back from his first Interbike

PRESS RELEASE: Paul Components

How did we make it 30 years?! There have been some high points for sure. Like our derailleurs making it onto the covers of magazines, being spec’d as original equipment on Bianchi Singlespeeds, our parts mounted on bikes winning everything from land-speed records to National Championships, and making it on every hot bike at NAHBS to name a few. And yeah, there have been some low points, such as surviving on ramen when times were tough. Luckily, between the dedication of our hardworking staff and the loyalty of you passionate bike nerds, we’re still here cranking out the highest quality bicycle components, and we even have some very exciting secret new products in the works!

As much as we’ve loved our annual PAULoween cyclocross race (what a party!), we’ve decided to replace it this year with a 30th Anniversary Open House. That’s right, we’re opening our factory gates to the entire cycling community on October 19th from 2pm to 11pm. It’s a total Willy Wonka type of situation, with Paul himself giving tours of the machine shop, live music, movies, the best tacos in town, refreshments, custom bikes, and framebuilders in attendance.

The Schedule:

• 2pm Open House begins with custom bikes on display all day
• 2:30pm-6:30pm factory tours by Paul himself
• 4pm-10pm Jalapeño City Taco Truck
• 5pm-10pm Hosted Bar
• 7pm Movies: California Gold and Dirt Magic
• 8pm Live Music: Whifflehammer
• 11pm Party’s over dude, time to go
We hope you can join us!

Paul riding the Toilet Bowl in Upper Park


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 Jesus the brake hose routed outside the fork leg, gross
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 This company makes some of the greatest parts ever. Maybe not directed at the Pinkbike crowd. But much much respect anyhow. Dude designed a chain tensioner to work well with extra chain... so you could do 2-3 speeds up FRONT and one cog on the rear wheel...
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 Some of those rockshox lowers look like they were made for outside routing.

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