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The CLD, Center Lock Disc, is a splined disc interface this has allowed us to make our lightest disc hub to date without sacrificing any durability. The CLD hubset is compatible with all Shimano center lock discs including the Ice 140mm rotors. The CLD comes in a low spoke count of 24h and available in hole drilling sizes up to 36h accommodating most rims. Compatible with multiple front axle types such as QR, 12mm thru or 15mm thru and compatible with QR or 12x142mm rear axle types (boost hubs here). The ease of removing and reinstalling the disc rotor along with the other benefits center lock disc brake systems offer to the rider makes this hubset perfect for your next road, cyclocross, or mountain disc bike.
$330.00 - $350.00
The elegant White Industries' track hubset was designed in the traditional vintage style with high flanges and window cutouts. Solid threaded axles are graced with bronze axle nuts to draw attention to the beauty of the hub. The track hub has 120mm track-specific spacing and is available in both single fixed or flip/flop fixed/free configurations. The fixed side uses White Industries' splined design, which eliminates the issue of stripped cogs and the freewheel side is designed with a traditional English threaded 1.37 x 24 tpi interface White Industries splined cogs are made out of 8620 case hardened steel with an electroless nickel plate finish. Cogs are available in sizes 14T-20T and in both 3/32" and 1/8" widths. Ideal use: track, fixed gear Additional information: Weight: 430g Hole counts: 24, 28, 32, 36 Colors: polished silver Flange diameter: 72.5mm Center to flange: 29mm (drive) / 34mm (non-drive) Made in the USA
White Industries' Eric's Eccentric ENO hub is used to convert a multi-speed bike with vertical dropouts into a single-speed/fixed gear. Most bicycle frames today are made with vertical dropouts, so converting a bike into a single speed presents the problem of how to tension the chain. The eccentric rear hub allows the rider to adjust the chain tension by rotating the elliptical axle ends up and back in the dropouts. As the hub rotates back, the chain is pulled into tension.
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