Everybody loves a brand that does things their own way, and Lazer are a perfect combination of Belgian cycling heritage and a healthy dose of imagination. Whether it’s the award-winning Rollsys retention system, the Champs Elysees-conquering Z1 or the genre defining Revolution helmet, Lazer don’t just do things differently, they do them better.
CatEye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, lights and reflectors to cyclists in the world. Founded in 1954 in Osaka, Japan, CatEye has always been a leader in innovation and technology.
When you think cycling, you think Shimano. The Japanese brand is arguably the biggest name in the sport, and have been at the forefront of component design for nearly 100 years. From Shozaburo Shimano’s original freewheel in 1921 to the latest Dura-Ace r9100 groupset, Shimano are one of the leading protagonists in the global cycling industry, blazing a trail for others to follow.
PRO is one of the most dynamic bicycle accessory brands in the market. Over the last decade, the Shimano-owned PRO brand has grown considerably into a major player in the bicycle accessory market.
Joe’s No-Flats provides the bicycle market with the world’s most effective anti-puncture award-winning sealant.
More than 100 years of experience in the development and production of bicycle tyres has made Continental the outstanding company that it is today. As a result, Continental has accumulated more medals at European, World, and Olympic games than any other brand.
At Pearl Izumi, innovation is more than just a buzzword – it’s a creed. It infiltrates everything we do, and we consider our products incomplete without it.
In 1994 Paul Maples, a retired research chemist was determined to find a way to end the messy inconvenience and performance inefficiencies caused by the dirt, grease and grime build up on his chain.