Stop! Look! Listen! Time to take a break and have a little look at the latest offerings from our friends at Funn MTB with regards to their Drop-In Brakes.
Funn MTB have been making quality parts for longer than most of you have been riding. There products have been the product of choice on many a pro's bike. So let's look at their new disk brake offering.
Break dance, you can do it... Seems you kids are running the show these days. Throwing down some serious styles straight outta Channel 4's Skins. (Ask someone with spots)
Now firstly can I apologies for popping these up and not warning you to wear sunglasses. Secondly that this isn't a full-on review (see what I did there?). It's just a quick glimpse of whats coming, not that you won't see it coming. Cycle related injuries on the road/highway may soon be at an all time low.
With the ever growing demand for wider riser bars and since the fastest DH racer in the world exclusively uses Full On bars. I knew it would be a matter of time before FUNN introduced a bar wider than 28".
For the 2007 season FUNN will be directly supporting a select group of riders from across the globe. Looking to challenge some of the bigger component companies out there we will include guys who will cover World Cup and Norba DH and 4x racing, Freeride and Dirtjumping events world wide.
When you ride your bike, FUNN is what it’s all about!! That is exactly what the blokes at FUNN MTB had in mind when they started making components – they wanted to develop products that would put a smile on your face and let you have fun on your bike.
They say time flies when you're having FUNN, well it must be true because it doesn't seem like ten years ago that we were developing our first range of products dedicated to Downhill and Dual Slalom as well as some of the first products in the market specifically for Mountain Bike dirt jumping
Technical details for each stem will follow, but first there are some details Ollie Thomas at FUNN wanted to share. FUNN’s design team developed RSX DIRECT stem for Iron Horse/Mad Catz team racer Sam Hill over the last winter to his specifications. He rode the first proto type all year and they will be available to the public in 2006. Sam also uses FUNN's Full On bars to complete his ultimate cockpit.