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raceface deityusa's article
May 13, 2020 at 11:52
May 13, 2020
Deity Announces Deftrap Nylon Pedal
@Asmodai: Race Face did in fact design the Chester pedal - in partnership with the vendor. Just saying ;)
raceface sarahmoore's article
Apr 8, 2020 at 11:09
Apr 8, 2020
6 New Knee Pads - Pond Beaver 2020
The RF ROAM knees are CE certified for impact protection. We proudly use D3O foam pieces in our protection line because it offers fully CE certified impact protection. We designed the ROAM to be comfortable on longer riders - we involved our roster of top end racers and riders in developing this new knee pad to be sure we were delivering all day pedaling comfort and protection.
raceface raceface's article
Apr 2, 2020 at 11:57
Apr 2, 2020
Race Face Launches Micro Spline Cassette Body
100% you can! This Vault Micro Spline cassette body will fit any and all RF Vault hubs.
raceface sarahmoore's article
Mar 20, 2020 at 15:10
Mar 20, 2020
First Look: Race Face T2 Tailgate Pad
@Bkbroila: We used an employee's RAM 1500 a lot during the development of this T2 pad. It will work on the RAM - for sure!
raceface sarahmoore's article
Mar 19, 2020 at 18:48
Mar 19, 2020
First Look: Race Face T2 Tailgate Pad
@DeltaNiner: Yes! Road + Gravel bikes will work on the pad as well. We tested with all sorts of bikes to make sure it could handle it all.
raceface sarahmoore's article
Mar 19, 2020 at 18:47
Mar 19, 2020
First Look: Race Face T2 Tailgate Pad
@lgs42: Hey there. 100% can verify this pd will work on your Ram 1500. We were using a similar truck during the development of this new T2 pad....you are good to go!
raceface sarahmoore's article
Mar 19, 2020 at 15:12
Mar 19, 2020
First Look: Race Face T2 Tailgate Pad
@UNITEDFREERIDE: No social media interns over here bud....lol. Thanks for your feedback - lets dive in to your comments : 1) We definitely have additional padding and protection where the frame contacts the pad + rear inner edge of the tailgate. The images in this PB article do not accurately display the pad in its usable position. You can check the images of the pad in use in our IG post from today - https://www.instagram.com/p/B97End7BqcA/ Slide 4 shows how the foam bumpers cradle the downtube to eliminate any side to side flop of the bike and the additional layers of foam padding under the downtube contact area is also visible. 2) If you reference slide 5 of our IG post (link above) you will see that there is some additional padding situated above the adjustable camera/gate latch window. This will provide similar protection for the fork stanchions as when a bike is installed with the foam bumper underneath. The adjustable panel of the rear cam window is also padded for additional protection for a bike located in the center. 3) Not entirely clear on what you are referring to here but think you mean the foam panels on the rear of the pad. When the pad is in its correct position these foam panels divide the bikes from each other and prevent any side to side movement or flopping. You can again refer to Slide 4 of that IG post to see the rear foam panels in action. 4) The patent pending RF exclusive adjustment system works kind of like an accordion....the straps allow you to cinch the pad in to take the shape of your particular trucks tailgate shape. The material section underneath the adjustment straps is made to 'accordion' to fit the shape as the adjustment straps are set on install. Refer to slides 2+3 of our IG post as that shows how the adjustment feature allows for the pad to take the shape of any tailgate. We have not seen any rotation issue with wide lipped tailgates. We have tried this pad on tons of trucks, new and old and this pad can fit them ALL - no BS. The images in that IG post are all on a 2017 Ford F350 - a full size truck. We offer the T2 pad in two simple sizes: Small/Medium (for Mid-sized and below) and L/XL (for Full Size). The S/M pad is rated to carry 5 bikes and the L/XL model has secure positions to carry 6 bikes - it would be possible to fit additional bikes on the edges of the L/XL size but those bikes would not have the security of a downtube strap - there would be padding available for protecting the downtube and fork in this case of carrying beyond 6 bikes. 5) The lock grommets are located on each end of the rear in truck section of the pad, allowing riders to loop a cable through the tailgate pad into loops on the inside of the truck box, as well as through the bike frames. In all likelihood, a long enough cable would be used, allowing the tailgate to be opened with the cable in place. Due to the small size of the rear section of the pad inside the box, there was no way to move the grommet closer to where the tailgate hinges. This long cable could easily be placed or even secured to prevent any cable on bike damage Thanks again for your interest and feedback!
raceface sarahmoore's article
Mar 19, 2020 at 14:07
Mar 19, 2020
First Look: Race Face T2 Tailgate Pad
@tattooedmillionaire: And if using this new T2 pad the fit would be even better on that RAM tailgate because the new adjustment feature to allow the pad to shape around a curved tailgate or fit on wide tailgate designs. Check our IG post to see some images that show that adjustment system in action: https://www.instagram.com/p/B97End7BqcA/
raceface sarahmoore's article
Mar 19, 2020 at 14:02
Mar 19, 2020
First Look: Race Face T2 Tailgate Pad
@Austinin: This new T2 pad has an adjustable panel that will allow you to adjust the pad to allow full usage of your back-up cam and gate latch handle.
raceface sarahmoore's article
Mar 19, 2020 at 14:00
Mar 19, 2020
First Look: Race Face T2 Tailgate Pad
@smashnuk: Not at all the same thing really. If you look at our IG post today you can see that there is padding under the downtube when a bike is onboard. The workings of the rear foam bumper pieces also . We regularly transport our personal and athlete bikes on our TG pads and we 100% trust in them to keep the bikes safe and secure. https://www.instagram.com/p/B97End7BqcA/
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