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SKS Germany introduces MIG “Made in Germany” MTB Team

SKS, world-famous producer of bicycle fenders and pumps, is showing its national pride by allying itself with other German bicycle, component & accessory manufacturers to form a “Made in Germany” MTB Team. Precision engineering and high quality have long been elements of pride for manufacturers ...    Read More »

UBP Adds Two New Staff Members

  January 15, 2008 (Ashland, OR) - United Bicycle Parts ("UBP") continues to expand and is pleased to announce two new staff additions. Dylan Robbins has been hired as the company’s newest Inside Sales and Customer Service Representative. Dylan is an accomplished sales professional with a str ...    Read More »

PRO-LITE and ON ONE now available from UBP!

  November 13, 2007 (Ashland, OR) - United Bicycle Parts ("UBP") is very pleased to announce it has expanded its product offerings to include two new high profile lines, Pro-Lite and On One. Pro-Lite is perhaps best known for their proprietary branded top quality road, track and Tri/TT wheels. ...    Read More »

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Nokon knock-offs?

It seems there are substantially cheaper copies of the Nokon MTB brake cable set out there- IRD's Metawire (out of production, it seems), Aztec's Powerlines, and Alligator's I-Link. Are there any substantial differences between these? Also, it seems like a few years back, a lot of people were using ... Read More »

Nokon derailluer cables

Does anyone use the Nokon derailluer cables. Pros/Cons?? Are they worth the money? Are the cables just a standard or they specific to the Nokon cable housings?Read More »

Nokon cables on Air 9 (alu)

This weekend I've build up my Air 9 frame and when trying to install a Nokon cable set I ran into difficulties. It looks like there is not enough room to fit the outer cable shell through the cable stops of the toptube. I've searched the forum a bit and found one or two Air 9's with Nokon sets inst ... Read More »

Gore RideOn or NOKON Cables

about to put new cables on the Mach 5, any thoughts on Gore RideOn vs. the NOKON? [url]http://www.competitivecyclist.com/mountain-bikes/components/nokon/cables.1556.html[/url] [url]http://www.competitivecyclist.com/mountain-bikes/product-components/2010-gore-rideon-extra-long-sealed-low-friction ... Read More »

Nokon cables, are they really worth the $100?

Any experience with these cables? They are incredibly expensive, but look cool as hell! Plus all the advantages of decreased friction, virtually no cable housing compresion, longer cable life, etc... All of this supposedly equates to more acurate, crisp, and frictionless shifting. Is this all true? ... Read More »

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