Are White Industry hubs good?

Are White Industry hubs good?

White Industries offers some excellent product that come in certain colors that are no longer available from Chris King like Pink, Purple and Gold. They also come in at a slightly lower price point for a pair of hubs without much of a compromise on quality, reliability or serviceability.

Are White Industries hubs loud?

Overall, it is a relatively quiet hub I would say.

What is eccentric hub?

The Eccentric ENO hub is used to convert a frame with vertical dropouts for use with a single-speed/fixed gear setup. It uses a unique eccentric axle assembly that can be rotated to allow chain tension to be adjusted when vertical dropouts are your limiting factor.

Are velocity hubs good?

The Velocity hubs are very good. I am pushing 13,000 miles on them and have had no issues with them since I received them. I haven’t even had to service the hubs and they have done their job perfectly. They are a little heavier than the Ultegra hubs but it’s not even noticeable.

How does an eccentric hub work?

This clever hub helps you adjust your chain length by having an axle that is off centre (eccentric) by 7.5mm. By putting the offset axle-bolts into your dropouts you can then twist the axle in an arc away from the bottom bracket and correct the chain tension then tighten up the bolts once the slack has been taken up.

What is eccentric bottom bracket?

An Eccentric Bottom Bracket (EBB) is a device used to add tension to a bike chain or belt rather than a traditional deraulleur. A traditional bottom threads into the EBB in off center location, which allows tension to be increased or decreased by rotating the EBB clockwise or counterclockwise.

What is ATB hub?

The workhorse of our ATB hub line. Built with a steel axle and cassette body to withstand rigorous abuse. A completely sealed cassette body mechanism is complemented by sealed cartridge hub shell bearings for a long service life.

How do eccentric bottom brackets work?

How do bottom brackets work?

The bottom bracket on a bicycle connects the crankset (chainset) to the bicycle and allows the crankset to rotate freely. It contains a spindle to which the crankset attaches, and the bearings that allow the spindle and crankset to rotate. The chainrings and pedals attach to the cranks.

What are sliding dropouts?

A sliding dropout on a bicycle is a dropout that allows you the flexibility of being able to move your rear wheel back or forwards. By doing so, you can increase your chain’s tension or change the handling and feel of how your bike rides.

Do all bottom brackets fit all bikes?

Most road bikes that use a threaded bottom bracket measure 68mm wide and most cross country/trail mountain bikes measure 73mm. Bottom Bracket and crank manufacturers continue to make their setups work with this English threaded frames. Everything from SRAM, Shimano, Raceface, E*thirteen, Praxis, Hope and many more.