Project 321 is Under New Ownership, Hub Manufacturing Will Move to Canada

Oct 7, 2022 at 8:41
by Project321  
The heart of Project 321 high-engagement low-drag hubs - magnet actuated pawls.


We are excited to announce that Project 321 is under new ownership and moving north to Canada!

Here is what you need to know:

• Project 321 Inc., a newly created stand-alone Canadian entity, has acquired the Project 321 brand and its hub related assets;
• Project 321 Inc. has the capacity and ambition to scale into an industry leading cycling component manufacturer that will focus on OEM, aftermarket, and direct sales;
• A Generation 3 (“G3”) Project 321 hub is currently being tested and its official release date will be announced this quarter.
• The Generation 2 (“G2”) hub has been discontinued and is no longer available for sale; and
• Existing warranties will be honoured, and spare parts and service will continue to be available.

G3 hub teaser shots.


Early Days

Project 321 was founded 17 years ago by Jake Liles in Fresno, California, and initially produced motorcycle gas caps. The foray into bicycle components began in 2005 with the development of Lefty fork adapters. Bicycle hub manufacturing started in 2011, initially utilizing drive rings and pawls sourced from Industry Nine.

Project 321 introduced its magnet-actuated pawl hubs in January of 2017 with the launch of the G2 Hub. The G2 was equipped with a class-leading 216 points of engagement and unique optionality for both quiet and loud driver configuration. Overall, the G2 offered a compelling combination of high-engagement and low-drag, quickly developing a reputation for outstanding performance and reliability. In late 2017, Jake moved shop from Fresno to Bend, Oregon. The move enabled him to increase quality and production capacity by bringing nearly all manufacturing in-house. In the years following, Jake and his partner Sam grew Project 321 into an internationally recognized brand with a dedicated following.

Project 321 G2 hubs.

G3 Hub and Stan's

With over five years of experience manufacturing and refining the G2 hub design, Jake was confident that any issue observed in the field with early versions had been addressed with running design changes; the G2 was now tested and proven. True to his nature, Jake got restless and started thinking of a new and improved G3. Around the same time, Stan’s No Tubes approached Project 321 for help developing a rear hub, and Jake went to work on a new design.

Ownership Transition and Moving North

With the launch of the Stan’s MPluse hub (which includes several G3 components manufactured by Project 321), the global increase demand for cycling components, and the commitments of a growing family, Jake and Sam started to feel that it might be time to start to look to transition Project 321. Around this time, Jake was introduced to Bryden Richardson, the CEO of a precision manufacturing company that was exploring the idea of designing and manufacturing bicycle hubs.

It’s funny how the world can work, as they both had exactly what the other was looking for. Jake had a strong brand and a product known for quality and reliability. Bryden and his team had experience scaling businesses in precision manufacturing (North Arc Precision) and sporting goods components (TriggerTech). TriggerTech was founded in 2013 and has grown to become an industry leading supplier of trigger components to OEMs, aftermarket, and consumers in the firearms and crossbow space. To meet the growing needs of TriggerTech, North Arc Precision was created to act as a stand-alone precision manufacturing business with specific expertise in Wire EDM fabrication, CNC machining and complex assembly processes. North Arc Precision has the capacity and expertise to meet Project 321’s growing manufacturing needs on day one.

Research quickly turned to negotiations and after a few months Project 321 Inc. was formed as a stand-alone entity to acquire the brand and hub-related assets from Jake and Sam’s holding company, JLSO Inc.

Gearing up for Canadian Production.

What is Next?

Project 321 is moving all operations to a 42,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Mississauga, Ontario. From Canada, Project 321 will have the capacity and ambition to scale into an industry leading cycling component manufacturer that will supply OEMs, wholesalers, wheel builders, retail shops, and consumers directly.

A brand-new G3 hub is currently in is in the final stages of testing and its official release date will be announced this quarter.

G2 hub production has been discontinued, but service and spare parts will continue to be available. All existing warranties will be honored from the new Canadian headquarters.

bigquotesWe are excited to bring hub manufacturing to Canada and invite you to sign up to follow our story. To follow our progress and sign-up for Project 321 updates, click here. We look forward to working with you!The Project 321 Team


bigquotesTo Our Dear Customers, Friends and Family,

How do you begin to say goodbye to something that has been a part of your daily life for nearly seventeen years? For us it starts with THANK YOU.

Thank you to our customers. Who helped us to grow an unknown brand of quality American-made products from an idea in a garage to an international brand. Your trust and support means everything to us. Thank you to our employees, past and present. We never could have made it this far without a team of people who believed in our vision. Thank you to all of the friends we have made along the way. We could not have imagined some of the deep and lasting connections that have come from starting and running this company. Thank you to our families, especially our parents. Without you we could not have survived our children's early years! And thank you to the new owners of PROJECT321. Who have given us the opportunity to transition into a new phase of our lives and to watch the brand we started so many years ago develop in big and exciting ways.

This has been an amazing and unique journey and we are beyond grateful to everyone who has been part of it.

With Much Love and Gratitude,
Jake and Sam

Jake, Sam, and gang.

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  • 157 1
 This is how business works, and for every entrepreneur, this is what the end-goal truly is. Providing a steady living for yourself and others, doing what you love. And to have a larger company, tooled for success, be able to buy you out and carry on your companies legacy with ability to expand, all the while cashing out and being able to somewhat retire and put money towards new projects (no pun intended) is just icing on the cake. Congrats to Jake and his family, THAT is the American (or North American now?) dream!
  • 41 1
 Absolutely amazing post.

Too often we tear down those who succeed in business, and call Entrepreneurs ‘Sell Outs’ for realizing the dream.
  • 14 0
 @metroneck: totally, we often forget that without business, both large and small (and dare I say it....the institutions that help finance them), we wouldn't have these products that add so much joy to our lives.
  • 28 3
 I can't believe I'm hearing a pro-capitalism comment on pinkobike. This is a great day indeed!
  • 16 7
 @foggnm: Make no mistake, capitalism is hot garbage. But then, so is socialism. Somewhere in the middle is the sweet spot where real dreams like this thrive.
  • 14 28
flag conoat (Oct 12, 2022 at 13:54) (Below Threshold)
 @VonFalkenhausen: there is no viable comprimise between capitalism and socialism. both denature the other.

one of those systems has brought the world from 90% living in poverty to 10% in 125 years, the other has directly killed 100,000,000 people.
  • 5 1
 I don't know man... seeing small or medium brand being purchased by larger company even if it benefits that brand always makes me imagine scenarios when at the end there will be just a few big brands or even one for particular industry\product and you and me as a final consumer will suck a dick instead of choices and good old competitiveness.
  • 12 11
 @conoat: This is some profound analysis. In a world where information is so readily available, this is the take you're running with?
  • 12 16
flag conoat (Oct 12, 2022 at 14:44) (Below Threshold)
 @SinglespeedAssassin: In a world where the body count from socialism is 5 sec google search away, this: exists, you want to actually debate this? lol

show me the evidence, just one success story, of socialism working....go ahead.
  • 7 9
 @conoat: The burden of proof is on you. Great graph, though - it clearly shows that there are poor people. Impress me and show me how that's on account of socialism or any one other thing.
  • 6 25
flag conoat (Oct 12, 2022 at 15:10) (Below Threshold)
 @SinglespeedAssassin: LOL. I don't give a flying f*ck if you believe me or not. you can stay ignorant. It does nothing but make my life easier(stupid people are easier to compete with).

FWIW, "the burden of proof is on you" is exactly what I would say to you, since you are defending socialism....

you should get out from under Castro's illicit love child's skirt, and go have an honest look at what socialism does to people. Go talk to people that have escaped it's grasp....Cambodia, Venezuala, Cuba, China, etc etc etc.....
  • 14 4
 @conoat: It's cool, bro. Reading comprehension isn't for everyone.
  • 3 2
 @conoat: so you believe socialism is a genetic trait. Interesting.
  • 2 3
 @valrock: that’s never going happen. Smart driven people are always going to get tired of working for large companies and those with big enough balls are going to branch out on their own, innovate on what they know, and continue the cycle. There’s a choice to buy from a small company on virtually everything. It’s up to you if that is the most important thing to you. It very likely won’t be the cheapest price though.
  • 3 2
 @valrock: should have said some smart driven people. Big companies can be a great place to be. Depends on the company.
  • 1 1
 @VonFalkenhausen: I couldn't agree more, both economic structures sound lovely in theory (take your choice of which based on your proclivities) but they both fail for the same reason, the morality of individual people falls on a continuum of saintly to downright evil, and the bad apples will f*ck up (cheat, steal, stack the deck, etc.) the idealistic utopia for everyone else.
  • 1 1
 @jaytdubs: Indeed, I wouldn't argue that. The evolutionary advantages of greed have been fully played out and will eventually kill us all.
  • 4 1
 @jaytdubs: yes, but only capitalism....true, capitalism(not crony capitalism, or corporatism like is currently what passes as capitalism in the US and other western countries), has the mechanisms to combat those human inclinations....not only that, but those mechanisms if left to operate, make the system more resilent to further bad actors in the future.

communism/socialism work completely oppositely. They concentrate the worst of the worst at the top and reward ever more depravity.
  • 2 1
 @conoat: The end point of unfettered capitalism is just as grim as socialism or communism. Human nature is the true opponent to the success of any pure ideology, and while there may be some hybrid systems of compromise that can somewhat counter it, our pooch is still most likely screwed in the end.
  • 3 0
 @conoat: Oh yes, true capitalism, the likes of which we have never seen and only you understand, will bring us to salvation. Socialism, on the other hand, is very bad.
  • 2 0
 @conoat: yes, you make a really important distinction. I think folks get confused about our US economic system (its supporting institutions and resulting outcomes) as being an example (product of) of "pure capitalism", it most certainly is not. Croney capitalism, or corporatism, as you point out is much closer to what we have.
  • 3 1
 @SinglespeedAssassin: pure capitalism has been tried, and it worked right up until we decided to give some people power over others. Then it is corrupted by those people and used to enrich themselves. that isn't a knock on capitalism, it's a knock on authority. The inanimate system does nothing. people do. just like guns...

evidence in your latter sentence is very obvious and out in the open, if you choose to see it. Socialism almost always leads to genocide, famine and death. ALWAYS. History doesn't lie, but people sure do about history.
  • 1 0
 @conoat: You're so close and yet still so far. Pure capitalism is nothing more than a silly impossible fantasy, just like world peace and libertarianism. It has never worked because human greed eventually ruins everything, it's baked in and unavoidable. It is the primary thing that an attempt must be made to rein in to have any kind of tenuous grasp on a somewhat prosperous, peaceful, and just societal system, and that's really about the best you can hope for as history has proven again and again.
  • 1 1
 @VonFalkenhausen: human greed isn't a bad thing, though. greed is what gets you out of bed in the morning. A drive for resources, is innate in all living animals. Saying we need to dictate other's lives to them from an ivory tower, is laughable at the very least. It's evil if you look at it objectively.

the only humane and ethical system is anarchy
  • 46 0
 Not very often you hear about manufacturing being moved TO Canada. Interested to see what comes of this.
  • 6 4
 I appreciated the background info on this announcement. All except for the Ontario part. Wink
  • 5 0
 Came here to say just that. Now I’ll be looking at these hubs for my next build. Awesome!
  • 14 1
 I would love to rock a set of these. Lazer-engraved maple leaves please!
  • 1 11
flag ceecee (Oct 12, 2022 at 7:25) (Below Threshold)
 @rrolly: but Suits was filmed there on the land of a First Nation
  • 11 6
 Wasn’t it South Park that did a whole thing about Canadians coming down to “steal all the jobs”? (Spoof on the American conservative “talking point” about Mexicans stealing jobs.) Haha. But seriously, kudos to the 321 team. I’ve been on a G2 hub for four seasons now - it’s an excellent product!
  • 3 5
 @sngltrkmnd: I totally neg propped you when I meant to positive prop you! Opps!
  • 3 3
 @privateer-wheels: I plus'd it for you
  • 6 0
 Well i just hope that the price conversation rate wont be three to one....badum tiss
  • 9 0
 @rrolly: I for one support the move to Ontario. My theory is the more good manufacturing jobs in Ontario, especially in the bike industry, the less Ontarians trying to move to Sea to Sky
  • 4 0
 the low value of the canadian dollar compared to the U$D and not having to pay for health insurance might also be a factor
  • 9 0
 I run a manufacturing company here in Calgary. Canada is rapidly becoming more competitive in the manufacturing space with supply chain troubles overseas and the relatively weak Canadian dollar.
  • 1 0
 @ShawMac: wise, very wise. Less Leaf fans here is always a win, haha.
  • 9 0
 Probably going to result in draggier hubs due to all the maple syrup contamination.
  • 1 0
 @privateer-wheels: Haha Mark you’re a good egg!
  • 3 0
 @ShawMac: Doesn't hurt that the golden horseshoe has like 8 major universities and probably 12 colleges. Or that 50%ish of the population lives in the corridor between montreal and Windsor either! For real though, the area has a ton of tech and engineering chops.

Congrats and welcome to worst case ontario!
  • 27 2
 As the owner of a set of G2 hubs for a number of years now, I really can't see how they would be upgraded! The stock bearings are ridiculously smooth and the freehub has such a noticeable lack of drag, the wheels just spin forever in the work stand. On the trail it means more speed. I'd come off a few sets of King (and a very brief but poor experience with Hope pro 4) . I hope the brand stays true to its roots, shame to see it go to s#*t.
  • 3 2
 So you are saying they are way better than Hope, but what about Kings?
  • 6 0
 @pakleni: I own White Industries, Hope, Chris King & I9, My Project321's are probably my best set.

I just hope P321 continue to use genuine EZO bearings. So much better than Enduro and whatever those propriety ones are in Kings.
  • 9 3
 @krka73: better than king bearings. How so? Because they spin longer in the stand? King ones roll better when weighted than in a stand and they last FOREVER
  • 11 0
 @Frank191: No. The EZO's in my P321's have far outlasted my King bearings riding in the same conditions.

FOREVER has not been my experience with Kings.

Not to mention the P321's freehub doesn't tighten up in freezing temps.
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flag Thegnarberries (Oct 12, 2022 at 7:34) (Below Threshold)
 @krka73: Nobody will admit it for whatever reason(unless they are a king fan and actually understand the engineering), but king bearings have anyone and everyone beat, period.
  • 6 0
 @krka73: I’m an Onyx RP rider, but I wish my Onyx hubs had King bearings.
That said, props P321. Enjoy what lays ahead.
  • 6 2
 @Thegnarberries: That's great, my understanding (or lack thereof) of bearing "engineering" doesn't change my experience. Of the ones I own in the list above, the only ones I would NOT buy again are Hope & King. There are mega-fanboys of both, fine with me, enjoy.
  • 2 0
 @krka73: I own kings cause I think they are beautiful, not cause they are the best, hahah. I will definitely look at some Canadian made P321 when they are ready. King hubs may have good bearings, but I'd had to warranty parts. NOT flawless. God they look and sound good in matte slate, though.
  • 3 0
 @jesse-effing-edwards: They are beautiful, and I'm not telling anyone not to buy them, or that they made a mistake buying them. Just saying what I experienced with mine.
  • 3 1
 @krka73: I don't recommend them, personally. They can last a long time, but require maintenance, which isn't for everyone. I run crap ibis hubs that came with my other bike and were set and forget for over two years of pretty heavy riding for a quarter of the price. Kings aren't practical, but can perform well for a long time if maintained, but so can lots of hubs. There are some things I just like indulging in sometimes.
  • 9 0
 @Frank191: eh King is highly overrated and that’s from someone who’s sold a ton of them and was a king fan. There is nothing wrong with them but they’re not that special. The reason they feel so good in your hands on the showroom is they use an extremely low viscosity grease and their bearing don’t even have real seals more like a dust cover. Ride them through a true muddy wonder and see how good they feel after and then tear it apart and see how much grit has managed to get into the hub. I’ve never owned hope Huns but built wheels for other with them and they’ve been solid but the most underrated hubs I’ve experienced are hadleys, smooth, adjustable preload, and the urethane seals on the axles work very well, low stage and always clean inside.
  • 1 0
 @Jesse221: ugh, I've been trying to ignore my desire for Hadleys as I don't NEED new wheels, but those sounds so good, rear anyway. I don't care about front hubs.
  • 2 0
 @Thegnarberries: I mean, my $15 22 year old shimano M525 has outlasted anything. Repack it once in a blue moon, with some grease I find in the shed, commuted year round in Canada for 15 and now daily in NZ. Miles on miles on miles. That’s an impressive a feat. A $700 proprietary bearing/grease/hub better outlast it at the very least.
  • 1 0
 @jesse-effing-edwards: lol yea I feel ya. Since going the reserve route I’m not building my own wheels anymore but man did I love my hadleys. Hubs in general have all gotten pretty good though so now I just ride what they came with (in this case i9 1/1) and if the bearings fail I can always buy a premium bearing of the same size. But I can already see the axles aren’t sealed like the hadleys so more crap will get in, I’m surprised hadleys aren’t more popular in the UK wheee they’d really shine.
  • 1 0
 @Jesse221: It's cause they don't have a website, or do marketing, or seemingly want to make money at all. Get them an insta profile with some cool-guy pics, slightly contemporary site to order from, and you'd see way more people on them. No one knows they exist, it's ridiculous. They get nothing but good reviews.
  • 2 0
 @pakleni: yeah I would rate them above king hubs for the trail speed. I run the high engagement quiet pawls. When coasting, the lower amount of resistance in the hub allows you to keep speed for longer and with less input. The louder the hub generally the more resistance it will have.
Quality is on par with King as far as build and finish.
  • 35 7
 Technically it’s moving down to Canada
  • 1 1
 How so?
  • 4 2
 hmmmmm glass houses, Mr.Detroit.
  • 16 0
 @jeffrocx: consult a map
  • 49 0
 Love the downvotes from the easily offended Canadians who think you mean down politically or economically and get their knickers in a knot. Mississauga is actually south of Bend, Oregon... Very Clever canow18.. And thanks for teaching us Canadians some geography.
  • 6 0
 @S4-916: Hahah, half of Detroit doesn't even have glass windows let alone glass houses, but we can be witty, to a degree
  • 2 0
 @slowerthanmydentist: Ontario is ridiculously South compared to the rest of the 48th. Thunder Bay is the same longitude as the rest of the border.... realistically. And Mississauga is about a 13+ hour drive away. So yes. Very yes.
  • 27 5
 Triggertech is great. The Rem700 diamond trigger is unbelievably crisp. Triggers are far more precise machining than hubs, will be a good match. Pew Pew.
  • 11 0
 I tried a set of P321 hubs 3-4 years ago and the rear hub would never stay constantly leaked fluid to the point where I had Jake issue me a refund, and from there went to Onyx. Hopefully he fixed all of those leaking issues.
  • 7 0
 I guess that explains why nothing has been available recently and emails weren't being answered. I wanted a set of their hubs for a couple wheel builds recently but couldn't get them, or any response as to when they might be available again. I guess we still don't know that...
  • 31 0
 Hey there! My apologies for any delay in or lack of reply. Part of this transition has been changing over web servers, and there was a period where emails seem to have been lost. Jake dug in and was able to retrieve a bunch and he, Sam, and I, have been tag teaming replying to them together. If you've not received a reply to an email, then I sincerely apologize, your email may have been lost permanently. It was not in Jake's nature to leave people hanging, nor is it in ours. On new hubs, we'll kindly ask for your patience on that one, and promise you that it will be worth the wait. We are between product generations here as you can tell, and our team and Jake are fully focused on nailing the new G3 hubs. We currently have G3 hubs in testing, and we want to be sure we nail all aspects of the new design so we can do our customers justice with the update, and turn out hubs we are completely confident in and proud to call Project 321. Hubs you'll be proud to build up yourself.
  • 9 2
 I'm not sure how I feel about this. I've been a P321 proponent since they were a tiny company in Fresno. I guess as long as Jake stays with the team then I can remain a fan. That guy is awesome.
  • 5 6
 sounds more like they've sold the business and the new owners want to close the US operations, doesnt say how many people they're making redundant conveniently
  • 6 1
 @xrob: what about new jobs?
  • 20 0
 How the heck am I supposed to know how good this is? There isn’t one mention of synergy of the freemium content for hyperlocal, cloud locations.
  • 25 0
 @xrob: Hey there! to answer your question, zero people were laid off or made redundant. Project 321 down in Bend was a fairly tight family operation, and they will continue manufacturing automotive parts.
  • 3 0
 @Project321: but what about Jake?
  • 34 0
 @nickfranko: Jake is currently working with us on the new G3 design, and still very involved at this stage. We think he's fantastic, and really enjoy working with him!

His only concern is that his partner Sam has too much free time on her hands now to go shopping, and their house is quickly filling up with new throw pillows.
  • 3 0
 I am pretty sure some heart and soul will be retained here. And keeping manufacturing in North America is cool to see!
  • 3 0
 @Project321: throw pillows #MATP
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 @Project321: This almost made me spit out my Mt Dew.

Happy to see the new owners (and Crew) know the family so well! Having known Jake and Same since before P321 existed a part of me is a little sad. So much love and dedication went into each and every part made there. However I won't miss running pawls.... at all.... ever.

Good Luck on the new adventure Bryden and crew and Congrats to Jake and Sam!
Well Deserved!
  • 15 7
 It's 2022 and many people want lightweight and (close to) silent hubs.
Colorful, loud, expensive and solid is available already.
  • 7 1
 They're not very loud. I have the "loud" pawls and I can hear my buddies Hydra a bike or two behind me more than my own hub.
I've had two major failures with spring actuated pawls so I'm a big fan of the magnetic pawls - that's what P321 is bringing to the table.
  • 9 3
 Let the silent revolution continue! For some reason I don't mind the loud hubs in the jump parks, but on the trails that sound takes away so much from the experience for me.
  • 10 0
 @rrolly: I like my noisy DT240 hubs, gives the bears a heads up I’mma barreling through on solo rides
  • 13 1
 I prefer the sound of a loud bike over bike bells, which annoy the fvck out of me. Which is why my bike creaks.
  • 5 1
 @rrolly: Hydra hubs and others annoy me to no end. You’ll never see me on an I9 hub until they figure out how to grease it so it makes only a small amount of noise, as I’m not about the be the BEEES guy
  • 12 1
 @2pi: Loud hubs save lives.
  • 13 2
 @S4-916: If your DT240 hub is noisy it's time to clean/lube the drive rings.
  • 2 0
 @JSTootell: dinnerbells.
  • 5 1
 Speak for yourself. As an old guy I love loud hubs. I always change out the factory lube for Dri Slide to make them even louder than normal too.
  • 3 2
 Onyx - total silence and 0 degree engagement, maybe not the lightest though.
  • 3 0
 @nickfranko: I9 Hydra comes with grease, nearly no noise at all! I was badtripping the first time I had those.... silence wtf!! After putting some dumond oil like the torch hubs had, it started to make some noise. Torch sound was much better than Hydra but well, just to say that they are nearly silent!
  • 2 3
 @Planet-26: so have I with Hydras - 2 complete failures in 2 years. But don’t bother trying to warranty them, they’re just tell you that your rear axle was loose and that’s why the hub is wrecked.
  • 6 0
 The silver lining in an era of overpriced bike parts is 2nd tier stuff that's as good or better than the "best" components. I9 1/1 and DT350 hubs come to mind as outstanding products at a reasonable(ish) price.

Hopefully scaling up production of P321 hubs will allow for another good hub option in that price bracket.
  • 7 0
 This is exciting! I know some of the people who will be involved on the Canadian side, and they don't mess around. Good things to come. Can't wait to try these hubs out.
  • 7 1
 I have two Trigger Tech triggers including the diamond. Highly precised pieces of machining. New G3 hubs are going to be amazing I bet.
  • 5 0
 My P321's with the silent pawls have been excellent. Glad that my next set will be made in Canada. Look forward to seeing the G3 updates. Happy to see an ever growing group of small Canadian manufactures.
  • 4 0
 I have 2 wheel sets on 321 hubs, no issues after 3000 miles on my first set. As someone who owns or recently owned most brands of hubs (Chris Kings, Hadley, Hope, DT, RaceFace) the 321s are the best combo of light weight, high POE, low drag, low servicing intervals, and somewhat reasonable price.

I hope they can slightly lower the price as they expand capacity
  • 5 0
 Great service, but 2 seals later mine has just always leaked ... do any g2's not leak?
  • 3 0
 @rxdog1: mine has not
  • 6 0
 I've had good luck with mine! They're 6 years old now
  • 19 0
 Please reach out to us via DM - lets chat on those seals and see what we can do to remedy your problem!
  • 1 0
 @Project321: will do, thanks
  • 10 5
 Sick staff photo, all the child labor! Really keepin’ the ways of the past current, I salute the!
  • 5 0
 I'm convinced, these P321 hubs sound very promising and I'll use them for my next wheel build.
  • 3 0
 @Project321: Thank you for making such a rad hub. Only had one issue with mine since I purchased it in 2019 (hub axle snapped), and you got me a replacement in no time. Love how quiet and smooth it is to this day!
  • 4 2
 I look at this, while I put light grease in my Formula's (italy) free hub to silent everything.
I'm confused now,and my BMX background's doens't help me here!
Help me find the light guys
  • 8 6
 And in other news We Are One will be moving production from Kamloops to Bentonville, Arkansas...The Waltons exclaimed "We just decided to" after their most recent bike related acquisition.
  • 9 3
 Make a silent hub
  • 4 0
 Make a silent hub so all I can hear is the rattling of my internally routed cables and the slap of my chain.
  • 2 0
 Congratulations and thanks for all the hard work, Jake. Great respect for what you've built. Hope to get out to Bend again soon.
  • 1 0
 I thought only all my wheels even when they look absolutely true shake the bike and make that sound like in the video at the end Big Grin I can finally get a good sleep knowing that normal Big Grin
  • 3 0
 Agreed, Jake is a solid guy!
  • 3 0
 Hopefully they don't go the same way Adidas took 5.10.
  • 3 1
 For a second there I was hoping that WR1 bought that company and they move them to Kamloops. ;@)
  • 1 1
 @VonFalkenhausen: the actual definition of Capitalisim-Capitalism is an economic system based on the private ownership of the means of production and their operation for profit. Don't see much fault there?
  • 1 0
 Not a big student of history, eh?
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  • 1 0
 what is the wait time for production? I’m very curious about premium Canadian made hubs.
  • 1 0
 When will silent paws be available for g2 hubs :/
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 I thought it was just me.
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 @Planet-26: ah I see thanks
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 W P321. W Ontario
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