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The daddy of internal gear hubs
Flip flop is a thing of the past
Fixed or free? It’s your choice
Much-hyped hub that almost lives up to the fuss
Screaming demon of fast take-up
A new level in hub gear performance
PowerTap SL Front Hub
PowerTap Freehub Body For SL Hub
Hub dynamo lighting is the ultimate upgrade accessory for anything ranging from a utility touring bike to a tourer, and they generally outlast battery-powered alternatives by years if not decades
The new Flea hubs are a lighter version of Sun Ringle's heavy duty Abbah hubs.
As ever the DMR boys are looking to explore new avenues
Been around since the dawn of MTB's and still one of the best you can get
Hope's Pro IIs have been about for a while now and fast became a favourite. The improved drive system - four pawls running round a 24-tooth ratchet - which gives a super quick and accurate pick-up while still being easy and quick to strip and service.
The Hope Pro 2 is a new cross-platform hub - light enough for a trail bike but with downhill bike strength. It's available in lots of sizes and a trials version too
This Surly disc hub is designed for singlespeeders of all varieties. The burly shell is machined from forged aluminium and the hub runs on a solid M9 chromoly bolt-on spindle that stays where you put it.
Shimano's entry-level hubs have always impressed us with the ease with which they can be serviced. With the benefit of angular contact bearings they now provide radial and lateral support for greater durability of the moving parts.
Profile Racing have a reputation for making smooth rolling hubs and almost indestructible cranks for the fastest BMX and mountain bike racers in the world. The mountain bike hubs are available in several version
Shimano's XT label issynonymous with quality and reliability, while offering true value for moneycompared to similar more costly hubs. These Centre Lock disc units are simplebut tough small flange hubs with aluminium shells.