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Unmatched durability

Assembled for increased longevity.

Ceramic bearings for all roads.

Our ceramic bearings can last up to ten times longer than ordinary bearings. This durability is due to the incredible resistance of ceramics to extreme conditions of heat and speed. In addition to the natural properties of the material, the smooth surface of the ceramic balls contributes to the longevity of the bearings and their increased resistance to shocks.

Ceramic bearings are not necessarily suitable for all roads or applications. It all depends on the operating conditions and specific requirements of each application.

Durability proves our quality.

Ceramic bearings are considered more durable than traditional steel bearings due to their exceptional properties.

Ceramic bearings have increased resistance to corrosion, making them particularly useful in applications where environmental conditions can be aggressive. Additionally, ceramic bearings are not affected by galvanic corrosion, which can occur when different metals come into contact in a humid environment.

Ceramic bearings also have increased resistance to temperature and heat, making them more reliable in high-temperature applications.

Furthermore, ceramic bearings are generally lighter and smaller than steel bearings, making them easier to handle and install in narrow applications.

Although ceramic bearings are more expensive than steel bearings, their increased durability can offset this additional cost in the long run by avoiding the expenses associated with frequent replacements and production downtime.

Our ceramic bearings are inspected at every stage of the manufacturing process. Nothing is left to chance to provide you with high-end products designed to make your cycling efforts successful. Whether you are an amateur or a professional, the craftsmanship of our products guarantees you the best speed experience and optimization of your cycling performance.


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