For demanding mountain bike rides
Today, the company Race Face belongs to the global market leaders for bike components like handlebars, stems and seat posts. The company is based in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The North Shore Mountains offer perfect conditions to put all cycling products through their paces in extreme situations. Therefore, every single component has a high quality standard. Each accessory is characterized by a low weight, an innovative design and especially good workmanship. Excellent technologies and the use of special alloys make Race Face products the perfect choice in extreme terrain and are the reason why the company sponsors an internationally successful team today.
Bike components by Race Face – for demanding mountain bike rides
For high safety in the saddle, the technologies of bike accessories should be made to last. Race Face handlebars are designed for demanding mountain bike rides. Yet, the aluminium bars can also be used on hybrid or touring bikes. In order to avoid dangers on the road and during wild manoeuvres, these bike accessories are blasted. Smooth transitions and a butted design increase stability and durability. The bike handlebars by the Canadian expert for bike components are available in different versions and with various sweeps. Whichever Race Face handlebar model you use: The material properties impress on all downhill tracks, no matter how rough they may be.
Race Face MTB – saddles and seatposts for extreme MTB terrain
It’s not only the skills of mountain bikers that are important, but also the technology of their equipment. How safely and successfully a rider is on the saddle is often a matter of the right seat post. The Race Face models are all easily, quickly and precisely adjustable thanks to an innovative clamp head. The surface finish, too, has been carefully selected. To make sure rocks, roots and branches won’t leave any imprints on the seat post, the surfaces are blasted and anodized. For safe cross-country rides, Race Face offers mountain bike stems that perfectly master the challenges extreme terrains pose to mountain bikers.