WPL-oils

Whistler Performance Lubricants is a brand of high performance, biobased bike lubricants and cleaners from Whistler, BC. www.wploils.com

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WPL-oils pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 28, 2019 at 9:29
Feb 28, 2019
Round Up: 5 Lubes for Wet Weather Riding
@vinay: Yes it would be interesting to have that comparison done. The advantage our products have over competitors are in the performance aspect of the product. We are commonly viewed as having a better quality product than other bio-based brands. We also have distributors in Europe so you can acquire it there and not have it shipped from Canada!
WPL-oils pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 28, 2019 at 9:27
Feb 28, 2019
Round Up: 5 Lubes for Wet Weather Riding
@smittypete: no plastic bottles are biodegradable by our standards. There exist bio-based polymer bottles however these are hard to find and there are also recycled plastic bottles but they are always plastic in the end and will not biodegrade for many hundreds of years. This is an unfortunate reality of plastic. Please recycle.
WPL-oils pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 28, 2019 at 9:19
Feb 28, 2019
Round Up: 5 Lubes for Wet Weather Riding
@erlingba: Except for WPL bio-based lubes. We are fully plant-based and actually eco-friendly.
WPL-oils pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 28, 2019 at 9:18
Feb 28, 2019
Round Up: 5 Lubes for Wet Weather Riding
@WAKIdesigns: I have cooked eggs with our ForkBoost and Wet Chain Lube products. It tasted like garbage but we have done as you have asked.
WPL-oils pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 26, 2019 at 10:40
Feb 26, 2019
Round Up: 5 Lubes for Wet Weather Riding
@gooutsidetoday: Everyone is entitled to an opinion, just please be aware that toxic substances do wash off your bike into the environment anytime you clean the bike. If you are using a conventional dry lube, the petroleum-based wax is flaking off into the trails as you are riding. There is a similar problem in winter sports with ski waxes washing into bodies of water. Europe just banned the use of ski waxes containing PTFEs for any racing level other than Pro. And like touching ski wax, touching these lubricants can lead to contamination of your own blood. May not be a huge deal, but if you think it is, use a bio-based lube. Be mindful of "eco" lubes that contain petroleum or PTFEs!
WPL-oils pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 26, 2019 at 10:21
Feb 26, 2019
Round Up: 5 Lubes for Wet Weather Riding
For all of you who actually care about the environment, please be aware that the Joe's No Flats "eco" lube uses PTFE's which are not eco-friendly in the slightest. WPL uses actual bio-based materials as ingredients.
WPL-oils ReilShiftMedia's article
Aug 30, 2017 at 13:15
Aug 30, 2017
The Pacific Northwest Earthquake - Video
Rad video! Glad we were part of it.
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