REVOLUTION COMPONENTS

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Revolution components manufacture high quality, super durable mountain bike components, right here in Christchurch. Their chainrings are CNC machined from 7075-T6 alloy and hard anodised to stand up to extreme use. The narrow wide design offers exceptional chain retention in all conditions.


Revolution Components is a home grown collaboration between workmates James Roworth and Richard Craig.  With their day jobs in engineering design and precision CNC machining, both were tired of the throw-away, marketing lead mentality in the cycle industry, so they set about building more durable products - starting with 1x chainrings and replacement cassette parts.  The prototypes were tested locally in all sorts of conditions before they settled on the final specification and design.  A range of sizes in most common PCD’s and direct mount splines are available ex stock.  

 

All parts are made in Christchurch from European aircraft grade alloys and coated with a Military spec hard anodising.  The black coating on the wear surfaces is what really sets the product apart, the hard anodising's natural colour is a muddy brown, so it’s dyed black for consistency and has roughly double the life span of any of the other “pretty coloured” coatings you see out there.

 

Now selling into 10 countries and new products being added regularly, the boys are making a lasting impression on riders worldwide.

 

Revolution Components – Black wear it matters.

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Giveaway

Thanks to Revolution Components we have a Direct Mount Narrow/Wide Chainring and an awesome Revolution Components - Black wear it matters tee to give away. To enter email us on hq@licencetoride.co.nz to tell us where Revolution Components' mountain bike components are made (visit Revolution Components for the answer). Competition closes 31 March 2017, the winner will be announced in the Ride newsletter.