Welcome to the Hambini Engineering website. This website started off as my place on the internet for me to detail technical aspects of bikes, cars and my love of engineering. This is largely in conjunction with my YouTube channel where content mainly involves bikes and cars.
Hambini products are rated extremely highly, the average rating for technical proficiency and quality is 4.95 out of 5. All products are sold directly, there are no distributors or retail outlets. Genuine Hambini products can only be purchased from this website.
Since starting the website and the combined YouTube channel, I have become one of the largest stockists of bicycle bearings in the UK, I supply many of the UK's wheelbuilders preodminantly with NTN bearings. The current offering is NTN, SKF and FAG. This portfolio will be increased to cover Timken and NSK in the near future.
- Hambini Ford Focus RS Mk3 Short Shifter 2015 Onwards£189.00Out of stock
10.06.2018 BLOG UPGRADE
I am installing a blog onto my website so I can have a few more technical articles and links etc. As part of this the website will be down from around 6pm on 10 June until I finish it. As I'm not IT literate, I'm not sure when that will be. Thanks Hambini
25.05.2018 SERVER UPGRADES
The shopping cart system has been upgraded. I'm in the process of fixing some of the lingering issues like the reviews. Thanks Hambini
27.04.2018 UPGRADE OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
Due to demand, I am completely upgrading my manufacturing systems to allow me to better cater for increased supply. Thanks Hambini
Recent posts from the Hambini Blog
In this video, I take you through the engineering that I went through to fix a Trek Madone BB90 bottom bracket. You get to see some of the real engineering decisions involved in trying to get a fix at a reasonable cost.
Please note, I will not warranty the fitting of any Hambini Bottom Bracket on any bike frames made by filament bicycles. A recent experience involving a customer with a frame has led me to believe the quality control and assurance practices they use are not in line with engineering best practices. Furthermore, the way the individual in charge of the company deals with issues is sadly lacking.