The British company Dolan (based near Ormskirk in Lancashire, England) have been famous for supplying bikes to many household names over the years and specifically in the field of track cycling. In the late nineties, they started to import frames from the far east. A Dolan DR1 bike frame was initially brought in to Mapdec…
Introduction This is a review of the ENGWE folding fat bike. It is an aluminium bodied fat bike that is manufactured in China. It is available through the website Banggood. For UK readers, the bike may be available on a participating employer’s cycle to work scheme – it will depend on how it is administered….
The Elves Vanyar is a one piece moulded carbon fiber frame produced by the Taiwanese/Chinese company Elves. The frame was sent in by a viewer and thus the purchase was anonymous. Overall the frame was nothing more than average albeit no worse than the likes of the named brands Cannondale/Canyon etc
Introduction Shimano have had some issues with their high end cranksets in recent times. It seems as though the Ultegra and Dura Ace cranksets are the primary units affected. There have been many reports of the cranksets fracturing in half. Some of these have been under modest load on turbo trainers whilst others have been…
Documents leaked by Durianrider indicate that Specialized is about to launch an extensive product recall on their S-Works Tarmac SL7 series of bikes owing to a potential failure of the steerer fork.
This Scott Foil had it’s aerodynamic credentials severely burned on the Hambini barbecue. Staggeringly, the frame was the user’s second. The first was found to be out of specification. This frame was also found to be out of specification.
Joe from China Cycling reviewed a Hambini Bottom bracket against a Token Cycling bottom bracket
This video uploaded by youtuber Peak Torque shows a Hambini BB having it’s engineering tolerances judged. Some key points It’s a BB86 Shimano Racing Edition Bottom Bracket The bottom bracket tolerances are accurate to 0.005mm, that is less than the diameter of a human sperm cell. The eccentricity was found to be 0.010mm (0.0005inch), the…
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