Eurobike 2022: Even More Interesting Products from European Manufacturers

Jul 19, 2022 at 13:06
by TEBP  
Sturdy Cycles

Sturdy 3D printed cranks
Sturdy Cycles 3D printed Titanium crank

His Custom Bike Highness - Dangerholm - took no less than three of his new bikes to Eurobike 2022. One of them was equipped with the very rare and stunning 3D printed Titanium cranks from Sturdy Cycles, along with a matching chainring and pulley wheels.

Sturdy 3D printed cranks
Sturdy Titanium pulley wheels



Squire Bike Locks

Squire locks - 20 kg
The strongest padlock in the world

The UK-made Squire Behemoth Padlock & Chain Set comes in at 20 kg (44 lbs) and is rated "Sold Secure Diamond Motorcycle". It features the Stronghold SS100CS, which is most likely the world's strongest production padlock (4.3 kg / 9.5 lbs). You'll need two different keys to open the padlock which is aimed at motorcyclists, but maybe it might just be the lock you want to take on your next bikepacking trip?

Youtube phenomenon LockPickingLawyer had a closer look at the padlock and even resorted to some unconventional tactics using firearms to break it.

Squire also makes locks that can be opened with a smartphone. They feature military-grade encryption and are Sold Secure Diamond Bicycle approved.

Squire locks




ND Tuned

ND Tuned 120 mm fork prototype 3d printed
ND Tuned 3D printed fork prototype

The suspension gurus from Portugal had a 3D printed fork mock-up at their booth. They are planning to build a super light 120 mm fork that should weigh in at around 960 - 990 g. A full carbon steerer/crown unit as well as one-piece carbon lowers and bridge will help to keep the weight low, as will the empty left leg of the fork. That's right, the air spring and the damping will all go into the right leg of the fork.

It will be possible to remove the 32 mm aluminium stanchions from the crown if needed. The size of the negative and positive air chambers will be adjustable. They are planning to use sliding bushings, which should improve the suspension performance under braking.




ZF / Brake Force One

ZF Brake force one concept vehicle
This looks like a good partystarter

Brakeforce One gained quite a lot of fame some years ago for making disc brakes that used water instead of oil. Today, Brakeforce One is a company of ZF and they are working on interesting concept vehicles.

The LKF BarCycle has an integrated drink cooler, can go 45 km/h (28 mph), has a 4 kW hub motor and an engine brake with recuperation.




Revolute

Revolute gear hub
The 6-speed Revolute gear hub shifts under load without issues

For all those of you who want an encapsulated drivetrain but are worried about shifting under load, the Revolute hub might be an option. I tested it at the show and it really does shift under load. The shifting action is not the smoothest, but it works well.



Cybro Industries No. 06 carbon gearbox hardtail

Cybro No. 6 hardtail
Frame stiffness will not be a concern

We've covered the Cybro No. 06 hardtail before, but it's just too good not to show it again. With a 180 mm fork, 27.5" wheels, a Pinion gearbox with Cinq trigger shifter, 203 mm rotors and a uber-reinforced frame, it looks like it's ready to take on any Rampage jump. The frames are made-to-measure and the wait time is around 4 months.

Cybro No. 6
Cybro 203mm brake mount



Nicolai Bicycles Nucleon 16 with Lal Bikes Supre Drive

Nicolai Nucleon 16

Apart from Cercle the World, this bike was probably the most photographed at Eurobike 2022. If you haven't read our in-depth article on it, here's a link.

Nicolai Nucleon 16
Nicolai hardtail






Airolube

Airolube products

Airolube products will not only add some colour to your bike cave, they are also plant-based and biodegradable. Many of their products are based on locally grown rapeseed oil.

They have a vast product range that contains everything from chain lube and chain wax to grease and degreasers.

Airolube products





Spurcycle

Spur Cycle rear mirror
This might be the next big thing in XC racing

The team at Spurcycle is working on a tiny rear mirror, however the final design has not been finalised yet.

Spur Cycle rear mirror



Veer Cycle

Veer belt drive
The Veer Split Belt

Veer Cycle from the US had their Split Belt at the show, which is a spliced belt drive that can be retrofitted onto most frames and riveted back together.

The advantage of this system is that your frame doesn't need to have a split chain stay or seat stay in order to install the belt. In total there are 35 rivets that hold the belt together. Veer Cycle offers a consumer-grade and a professional riveting tool.

Apart from the cogs and the Split Belt, they also had a new tensioner at the show, which is attached to the frame with two bolts that are similar to flat mount brake mounts. Veer is also working on a shifting system for belt drives.

Veer
Veer belt drive tensioner




Pirope

New Pirope hub with ratchet system
The new Pirope hub

Pirope is best known for making lightweight textile spokes, but they also showed us their new 42 t hub which will save some weight over the current version.

New Pirope hub
Pirope coloured spokes

Website: https://pirope.net/
Instagram: @pi_rope


Mokumono

Mokumono Delta S
Mokumono Delta S

Mokumono is a Dutch company that makes some interesting e-bikes. The Delta S comes in at 16 kg and the frame is made in the Netherlands, using an automated frame production process.

Mokumono Delta S




Trickstuff

New Trickstuff C42 caliper
The new Trickstuff C42 caliper

The C42 caliper will use the more common brake pads which are also used in Sram Guide brakes, rather than the Hope-style brake pads which were used in the C41 caliper. They also improved the bleeding procedure.

Once the flat-mount C22 calipers will become available, they will be an interesting upgrade for many bikes.

New Trickstuff C22 caliper
Trickstuff C22 caliper




44Elf

44Elf pepper mill
44Elf pepper mill

Tim from 44Elf likes to turn bike products into furniture and other useful bits, such as this peppermill. A perfect gift for all your friends that already own 20 bottle openers.



Bike Groovy

Bike Groovy bike wash station
Bike Groovy Bike Wash

The company that started the Bike Groovy brand specialises in cutting fluids, oil skimmers and similar products. The Bike Groovy is aimed at bike shops, hotels and mountain resorts, so customers can wash their bikes with little impact on the environment. As they use hot water (60°C) which removes dirt more easily than cold water, their system uses only 1.5 to 2 liters of water per minute and a minimal amount of their own bike cleaner. Of course, the Bike Groovy also features an oil skimmer, so grease and oil are seperated from the water.

Bike Groovy bike wash station
How do you get your bike dirty again after cleaning it at a bike show? The secret is "Groovy Mole": a mix of 20% high quality Austrian molehills and 80% water.




147 Comments

  • 177 0
 Whats is this, a mirror for ants?!
  • 10 0
 deep cut
  • 16 1
 It has to be at least three times this size for people to fit
  • 37 1
 For Nino
  • 38 0
 @PregoRoll: safety warning for Nino: 'Objects (or other riders) in the mirror are closer than they appear '.
  • 7 0
 To be honest, it's kinda cute
  • 6 1
 If ant's could ride a seadoo.....they'd need mirrors.Figure it oot.
  • 22 0
 I present to you the Spurcycle Mirror for Cyclists who can't see good.
  • 2 0
 Its one use for your iPhone sim tray thingamydoodad
  • 6 0
 That mirror is cool AF actually. Would love to try one for communting and racing.
  • 8 8
 Wow, you're ridiculously good at comments, maybe you could do that as a career.
  • 2 1
 Obviously made for XC riders, DH and Enduro riders are much too large to fit in that thing!
  • 3 0
 Cut off his head, legs come looking for you.
  • 4 0
 @watchmen: F^% you, Shoresy. Smile
  • 2 0
 @Feideaux: Fer, what?
  • 56 1
 "military-grade encryption" means nothing. Everyone has access to the same AES-256 encryption protocol. In fact PB itself uses it for https connections.
  • 94 0
 Damn. I was going to screech modem noises at it until it opened.
  • 5 0
 It'll probably be full of potentially unpatchable security vulnerabilities anyway.
  • 3 1
 Usually it means FIPS certification which means someone has done a checklist to ensure dumb cipher suites like 3DES aren’t supported. But yes whatevs. Your FPGA farm ain’t brute forcing it unless they use the number 9 as an RNG.
  • 3 0
 A military-grade observation.
  • 5 0
 It won't survive Y2K, though.
  • 4 0
 Is be more worried about my phone running out of battery... D'Oh!
  • 4 0
 @Mtmw: FIPS 140-2/3 certification is commercial grade, but I get you. I highly doubt a commercial product is using non-commercial algorithms.
  • 43 0
 Cybro no bottle mount? Nobro.
  • 57 0
 Drybro
  • 51 0
 Don‘t Crybro
  • 3 0
 Brotlle mount.
  • 4 0
 Looks like that cybro has a cracked rear stay. Don't know about that rampage thing...
  • 5 0
 Whybro?
  • 3 1
 He just dehydrated and died, bro.
  • 2 1
 That don't Flybro.
  • 1 0
 @number44: first Loudon reference I've noted.
  • 32 0
 @ Cybro Industries No. 06 carbon gearbox hardtail

Front Traingle rated to 45000psi
Rear chain stay rate to 37psi


Well balanced design for a gorilla that does nose wheelies all day long…
  • 3 0
 Kind of looks like the seat stay has already cracked at the junction with the rear axle fitting...
  • 19 1
 Trickstuff releases some more stuff you can't buy
  • 1 7
flag rrolly (Jul 20, 2022 at 8:54) (Below Threshold)
 They "upgraded" by taking Guide pads??? Having experienced the "maybe-we'll-stop-at-some-point" of Guide R's, I don't think that is an upgrade.
  • 7 0
 @rrolly: It's just the shape. Trickstuff makes their own brake pads.
  • 17 1
 Thank God for the Nicolai so rad! Love those Nicolai bikes .
  • 7 0
 I can’t wait to not be able to afford it!
  • 2 2
 Just needs a gearbox and it'll be almost perfect
  • 7 0
 I hope Spurcycle slapped a patent on that micro-mirror. Don't want to see them run into as many copycat knockoff versions, that they have with their bells - which are great, albeit $$$.
  • 9 1
 maybe I'm alone here but the only thing out of all this that i find remotely useful is the pepper grinder. Oh, and the Nicolai.
  • 2 0
 I had to check the pepper mill out but at 80 Euro each will probably pass. Brilliant thing though.
  • 5 0
 The guys at ND tuned are awesome and make really innovative stuff. Purchased some stanchions and a steerer tube a few years back and the quality was so good!
  • 3 0
 Don't know if it was mentioned before,they also provide the carbon steerer tube on the new Intend fork.
  • 3 0
 @nozes: Imagine being so good, that a German manufacturer buys stuff from you instead of producing his own.
  • 3 0
 Brakeforce One is super cool.

It it’s a trike, and just a motorized trike. Not an etrike, not a pedal trike.

Do electric motorbikes get a pass now? Or will PinkBike start reporting on the latest KTM, Honda, Yamaha gas powered stuff next??
  • 8 3
 Isn’t all oil plant based? The only difference between oil and rapeseed oil is speed from plant to oil
  • 2 0
 There might also be a small difference when it comes to toxicity ;-)
  • 6 0
 While, technically, you are correct, I don't think you're gonna get a business loan on a 10 million year turn around...
  • 2 0
 I always thought that there was oild derived from raw petroleum. Also, oil from different plants have different properties to our body, as also different boiling points. There is a reason they chose rapeseed oil.
  • 1 0
 If we want to be pedantic, most oil and natural gas are from biomass in the oceans, not land based plants. Land vegetation's largest contribution is coal.
  • 3 1
 3D printing titanium is great, we’re going to be seeing a lot less of it over the next 18 months at least though. The powder was already in high demand and expensive. I was told at a recent budget meeting that we’ve been quoted 3X the price of the batch we bought last year due to Ukraine related sanctions. Our supplier also offered to buy back any stock we have surplus to requirements at a significant premium over what we paid. Everyone is scrambling for it right now.
  • 6 2
 Shout out to Dward Designs, who make the Ti jockey wheels on the Dangerholm bike…
  • 2 2
 I’ll second that, I’m unlikely to ever be a customer but the stuff looks lovely.
  • 2 2
 Never realized narrow-wide jockey wheels were a thing. Does anyone ever drop a chain off their (narrow-narrow) tension pulley? I'm not one to drool over that kind of stuff but if it improves the ride one way or another it is a welcome development.
  • 6 0
 @vinay: pretty sure sram use NW jockey wheels on their mechs.
  • 1 2
 From what I know, these specific jockey wheels and the chainring are made by Sturdy Cycles, but Dward makes very nice ones too.
  • 3 1
 @tomhoward379: they do. They're a pain in the arse and I've never noticed a loss in performance changing to after market non narrow wide ones.
  • 8 0
 @vinay: they do nothing but cause problems when it's wrongly aligned with the chain.
  • 3 0
 @inked-up-metalhead: yup, absolute 100% total pita when you manage to jump one tooth on a narrow wide jockey wheel in a race run!
  • 2 1
 @TEBP: Made for sturdy cycles by Dward are they not?
  • 1 0
 Yep. Got those jockey wheels and one of his bottom brackets. Currently saving for a chainring....
  • 1 0
 @inked-up-metalhead: So, it doesn't improve the ride? It isn't for me then, not going to compromise on the riding fun. That said, I'm sure someone like Dangerholm will be able to take the product, convert it to narrow-narrow and make it even lighter in the process.
  • 5 0
 Jumping on this one a bit late - I used to make Tom's jockey wheels and a couple of his chainrings too, but now have my own separate designs for both so that he can keep his own component designs exclusive to his (rather excellent) bikes.

I do all the machining on each pair of his cranks and bb lug components though, so you can see at least some of my work in the pictures above!

Ed (that guy from Dward)
  • 2 0
 Sub-1000g suspension fork is pretty insane, wonder if it's going to see any meaningful production levels (or if it's any good). For reference a SiD SL, afaik the lightest production option, is like 1300g.
  • 7 2
 If the spring and damper are both on one side, why not just make a lefty
  • 3 0
 @hamncheez: Would require a completely different design philosophy and coming up with a hub as I doubt Cannondale is keen to supply to others.
  • 3 0
 @bce: when the lefty was more widespread many hub companies had their version of the lefty hub. Which is probably very close wheelchair hubs too so probably not the issue.
  • 4 1
 @hamncheez: The weight penalties for the 1 leg stiffness increase are not worth it
  • 2 0
 @SonofBovril: New lefties are fairly light, no? Someone correct me if I'm wrong
  • 4 1
 And that is for lighter riders. Heavier hiters are going for the 35mm stanchions, so 1600g for Rockshox, and 1738g for Fox 34. Lefty Ocho is 1448g, so lighter and stiffer. While sub 1000g is mind blowing, we might never see this in WC races, and might be stiff enough for 50g riders or suitable for gravel riding.
  • 2 2
 Light, good, cheap. Pick two
  • 3 0
 @fruitsd79: That's "light, strong, cheap".
  • 1 1
 @barp: nobody is looking at these forks for strength. Nobody.
  • 2 0
 @fruitsd79: Be that as it may, you were butchering a very famous quote from Keith Bontrager, who gave us ""Strong, light, cheap: pick two."

Furthermore, "good" could refer to "strong", "light", or "cheap", depending on subjectivity.
  • 1 1
 you must be invited to all the parties Bontrager has.
  • 4 0
 Another Eurobike thread read. Another shrug of the shoulders of underwhelmdness.
  • 9 5
 Thanks for the firearm warning, that could have been very triggering...
  • 4 1
 Yeah they're never going to wear mirrors in XC, takes away the "didn't see you" excuse.
  • 1 0
 I wonder how much it is going to vibrate as you ride. If it does work, I can imagine it would be nice to see where your opponents are. Not just for XC, but for 4X and BMX racing too.
  • 3 0
 That small 6speed gear box speaks to me! I really only use about 6 of my 12 speeds, so I could use this!!
  • 1 0
 Totally agree with you and I'm surprised more people haven't commented on it. Very interested in the final weight of it and how it compares with a standard drivetrain. Their website says less than 2kg
  • 3 0
 @derekr: I absolutely hate rear mechs. I mean, yes they get the job done, but they also break is so many ways and are so wasteful. 1-2 chains a year, maybe a cassette a year, all that lube after dirty rides (most), chain protection on frames etc. and then you can smash it off a rock hidden in the grass. 12spd range is good, but I just barely use the smaller cogs as I don't really pedal down hills much and also would happily give up small changes between gears for bigger jumps if it meant all the benefits of having a contained transmission, like every other vehicle in history.
  • 1 0
 I think one complaint people have about geared rear hubs is that it adds to the unsprung weight of the bike, affecting suspension performance. It says it is below 2kg so at least it is not more than that, but I don't know how much lower it really is. How much of an issue this is obviously depends on your requirements and also on whether your bike has rear suspension. The only issue I can think of with a hardtail could be the rearward shift in mass center. People who have difficulties weighting the front of their bike will have slightly more difficulties with this hub.

That said, there may be more than enough advantages for one to accept the weight (and the 1000 euro for a rear hub with gearing). I might get a Rohloff too one day for winter riding. Seems great to be able to put the bike away dirty. But then of course the first step should be to just try singlespeed and see if that's good enough to get my kicks.
  • 1 0
 @jesse-effing-edwards: Also hate rear mechs! It's the Achilles heal that I don't need when out on an adventure somewhere. I currently run an 11-36 10sp cassette with two rings removed (so 8sp) with a Zee FR derailleur to try to increase clearance from rocks etc. I run a 26T front ring as my Knolly has a really low anti-squat to start with and I'm not going that fast these days anyway!

@vinay yes I get the unsprung weight thing and have ridden a FS with a Rohloff and I really didn't like it... too heavy which is why I'm interested in the actual weight of this one; in theory, less material should be required for a 6sp vs a 14sp.
  • 1 0
 @derekr: Imagine a dirt bike with the transmission exposed to the elements? Ridiculous. It's legacy roady thinking. I'm sure the planned obsolescence of rear mechs and parts is desirable to sram and shimano too. I wonder if this compact unit could be put into the frame like a pinion?
  • 1 0
 @derekr: Well yeah, always good to investigate your options and if this one does what you want then great. It doesn't seem particularly small though (judging from the pictures on their website, showing it installed in a bike) and the claim of it being lighter than 2kg worries me a little. 2kg is not particularly light for a hub. I'm really bad weight weenie numbers but my estimation of a combo of a hub, 400% range cassette and derailleur would be around 1kg or so. That said, I rarely ride it now (but primarily keep it for people to ride with me) but I've got a 2007 Cannondale Prophet which I built with a hub from FireEye (which I think is over 600g or so), 11-34t cassette but with an axle mounted 2007 Shimano Saint rear mech (which is the only axle mounted one which wasn't rapid rise). So that combination must have been over 1kg and it worked fine.

As for your current setup, I also run a Zee rear mech on my primary mountainbike but it works just fine with a 11-36 cassette. No need to remove sprockets, it won't make the rear mech any smaller. I do use a 34t oval front ring though, so I do appreciate the 36t rear ring sometimes. I won't claim I'm riding that much faster than you, but you I do stand up most of the times so my cadence may be lower yet I'll be spinning a heavier gear.

@jesse-effing-edwards : Nicolai has been putting Rohloff rear hubs into frames before they got Pinion and Effigear and loads of brands have been putting Shimano Nexus or Alfine rear hubs inside their frames. So yeah, it could be done. But considering the price of this one (even compared to Rohloff), I think it would be a niche that'd be interested. I actually think that there would still be more than a few who would like to have a Nexus or Alfine hub installed in their frames instead. Despite what people say, I think the drag is acceptable. And as these are being produced and sold in huge quantities, they are actually fairly affordable, available and serviceable.
  • 1 0
 @vinay:

Sign me up for anything but an XC racebike. They are more expensive, but I've bought 3 chains at like 60 bucks, a rear mech for 120, cassette for 100 plus some labour, so I'm looking at like 500 bucks after two years and more expenses to come!
  • 1 0
 @vinay: Thanks for the info. I removed the two rings to reduce lateral pull on the chain... I often pull my kids with a towwhee and sometimes break chains... although I now have a KMC ebike chain which seems to be doing well so far.

My Knolly has a 157 rear end, I spaced the cassette outward (away from the spokes) and used a non-boost oval ring with the offset in an outward manner... seems to work well.
  • 2 1
 @derekr: I don’t get the mass thing at all , when I’m on the path to being world champ which I’m guessing is going to be similar for most of us and never going to happen then it might be important for the rest of us then it’s more likely this week you will happily eat 500-1000g more than you should and not bat an eyelid as for a bicycle the mass difference of both systems when you add them and take one from the other is about 200g
  • 2 1
 @Compositepro: the extra mass is unsprung vs attached to the front triangle. It makes the suspension feel funny. Smile
  • 2 0
 @derekr: mate at our level im pretty convinced it’s moot reminds me of when I used to race bikes and you would get kids have a steady season in 50th place riding their s works epic
  • 1 1
 @Compositepro: different strokes for different folks!
  • 2 1
 So the veer belt works on frames without a split but to tension the belt you need a tensioner mount that doesn't exist on said frame. Veered off a bit there.
  • 2 0
 Then if you got a custom frame built, wouldn't you put a split in seatstay to use non split belt and sliding drops? Removing the need for either product?? Please correct me if I has the wrong end of the stick.
  • 2 0
 @littleskull99: You can use the Veer belt on most bikes as long as you have horizontal dropouts or an eccentric bottom bracket to tension the belt.
  • 1 0
 I’ve got a Veer belt setup ready to install on, something yet to be determined. Not sure why I bought it, but I will get around to using it one day. Maybe on a DJ bike.
  • 2 0
 RIP to ballsack of whoever accidentally jumps out of the saddle on the Mokumono
  • 3 0
 Splits your duo down there to mono. Hence the name...
  • 3 0
 The mirror reminds me of the cellphones in Zoolander
  • 3 0
 Where is a banana update? We need to know.
  • 1 0
 Most exciting thing in this list is the pepper grinder/shaker lol, cool stuff yes but that's a nice piece of kit for the ultra bike enthusiast
  • 1 0
 The Mokumono looks like some art college kids hung around the bottle depot for just the right amount of time.
  • 2 0
 And that chainring by sturdy cycles....... ahhmahgah That looks killer
  • 3 1
 The HG freehub shape attached to the rotor mounts is unnerving.
  • 16 1
 It’s a pepper grinder mate not exactly a stressful situation for your old hub
  • 2 0
 @Worley1: I'm not worried about it breaking, it's just the backwards-ness of the whole design
  • 4 2
 20kg bike lock good for bike packing? Lol
  • 9 0
 Ironic statement was ironic.
  • 1 0
 better not slip and fall on that Mokumono top tube.... that thing will slice you in 2!
  • 3 2
 Until that lock is sent to the Lockpocking Lawyer I will not believe any claims.
  • 3 0
 Um. Right there in the article.

"Youtube phenomenon LockPickingLawyer had a closer look at the padlock and even resorted to some unconventional tactics using firearms to break it."
  • 2 0
 @hellanorcal: You expect me to read before commenting!?

But really, I noticed right after and then felt like a dumbass. I wish we had a delete option.
  • 1 0
 @pisgahgnar: this guy knows how it goes
  • 2 0
 Watch the Spurcycle mirror cost $80
  • 1 0
 Anyone notice lockpicking lawyers video is from 2019 and not 2022? Thought this was for new tech?
  • 3 2
 The chainring and jockey wheels are dward designs not sturdy cycles
  • 2 1
 I don’t *think* Dward make Sturdy’s chain rings (though he does make his own now). He does the machine work on the cranks though.
  • 1 1
 @tomhoward379: sturdy 3d print the cranks and make the sturdy frames but “outsource” the chainring etc work to dward to make for him
  • 1 0
 @Worley1: from my conversations with both of them (I’ve ordered a fair bit from both), I’m pretty sure Dward don’t do the chainrings. I’d been asking him to make one for me for ages before Sturdy started selling them separately from frames, and Dward sold their own. Dward publicise that they do the machining for the cranks, why not the rings?
  • 2 0
 @tomhoward379: maybe its what he's tooled up for to make a living when i got out of the custom making thing world people were really doing it for the exposure theres not a lot of money in making ti rings so i cant imagine selling to a framebuilder then him sticking his markup on is swoon worthy enough when you could just go to the guy selling the things out his own door , stranger things have happened though
  • 2 2
 @tomhoward379: well...I've just ordered a chainring from Edward so right now I hate you.
Just joking, obviously!!!!
  • 1 0
 Ah yes, FDM printed lower + crown and steerer
  • 1 0
 One wrong move and you will stay mono with the Mokumono
  • 1 0
 A 44 pound bike lock would be perfect for bikepacking??
  • 1 0
 Calling LockPickingLawyer
  • 4 0
 click on 1, 2 is binding
  • 1 0
 Anyone else imagining crashing and that mirror going straight in your eye?
  • 2 0
 Worlds fastest chili bin
  • 2 1
 The Trickstuff name finally makes more sense. One step up from Vaporware.
  • 1 0
 gagging to take my 4.3kg padlock on a bike tour across the land.
  • 2 2
 Lube made from rapeseed???
  • 16 0
 I like my lube to be wax based not rape based
  • 2 0
 Mustard gas is made from rapeseed also according to some guy at a bike shop...
  • 6 2
 Thats canola oil for the Yanks (yankers?) in the audience.
  • 1 0
 The cheapest of grocery store oils @kabanosipyvo:
  • 2 0
 @DCF: I am also a fan of wax based lubes despite literally growing Canola on my farm. I’ve just added bees wax to my paraffin cocktail. I’m looking forward to seeing how it performs in the long term.
  • 1 1
 Dat Tiny Mirror Hurt My Eye Balls 0_O
  • 2 0
 Yeah,good luck focusing on that in a muddy,sweaty xc race situation
  • 5 0
 @lenniDK: Fluckiger already order a pre-production sample
  • 1 0
 ND tuned are great!!!!
  • 1 0
 mmmmm rapeseed





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