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PUL-ALU-1214-R

Innovation and design have led Kogel Bearings to reimagine its ceramic bearing derailleur pulleys. The next generation of ceramic derailleur pulleys, ‘Gen-2’ from Kogel have been available since the summer but now take over the range of road specific pulley sets.

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The 2018 Lincoln GP winner has been a customer of Kogel throughout 2018 and we are really pleased to have the opportunity to sponsor Alex and offer him the performance advantages of Kogel Bearings

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news-reduce-drivetrain-friction

You can install wonderful, fancy ceramic bearings, but the effort is quickly lost if you do not pay attention to ALL parts of your drivetrain and how you operate it. In this article we will have a look at how you can get your bike to be as efficient as possible.

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CERAMIC BEARINGS FOR MOUNTAIN BIKES

Ceramic bearings on mountain bikes are a controversial topic, a surefire way to start a heated discussion over an after ride pint.

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CANNONDALE BB30A AND PF30A EXPLAINED

Let’s slap a BB30 sticker on it!
Before we get started, there is a good chance your Cannondale frame has a BB30 logo on the down tube. Cannondale is the company that invented the BB30 standard in the early 2000s and they printed a gazillion stickers that they are still trying to get rid of today.

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Ceramic bearings vs steel bearings

If there is one thing we see a lot in comments sections about ceramic bearings, it is people claiming ceramic bearings do not offer benefits and are not worth their cost. Let’s analyze the pros, cons and applications.

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HOW TO INSTALL PRESSFIT BOTTOM BRACKETS

Pressing bottom brackets in frames can be a daunting task. It is not necessarily difficult, but if things go south, your ceramic bearings and frame are at risk. For this reason, the official kogel bearings recommendation is to have your parts installed by a qualified mechanic.

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A JOURNEY TO GREAT DUNN FELL

Roads over 400m are fairly plentiful in North England and in Wales, but after that, it starts to get fairly thin and airy in the UK. The highest ‘Col’ is in Scotland, Cairnwell Pass, Aviemore which rises to 670m (2,198ft) over 8.1kms. Scotland also has some much higher roads which aren’t Col’s or passes

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DAN COOPER WINS AT CRYSTAL PALACE

Winning a round of the popular Crystal Palace Crits in 2017 was one of my season goals for a number of reasons and it was going to test me. The circuit is punchy, technical and attracts some impressive talent from the amatuer racing circles in London.

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NEW KOGEL BEARINGS GOLD MINI COLLECTION

Taking inspiration from Greek mythology, our latest run of bottom brackets is named after King Midas, who wished for everything he touched to turn into GOLD

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