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Tech news, August 28, 2007

Carbon Drive Systems aims to replace conventional chains
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The heart of the system is a toothed polyurethane belt
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Carefully shaped tooth profiles
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Aggressive ports allow for mud evacuation.
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The belt itself was largely developed by the folks
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Cogs and chainrings are CNC-machined
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The non-separating belt
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The 'keystone' dropout
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Carbon Drive Systems is currently working
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Sterling silver makes for a nice head tube badge!
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When was the last time you saw this lacing pattern?
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If you want a pineapple wheel for yourself, here's where to go.
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Truvativ founder Micki Kozuschek is back
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Cleverly designed saddle bags
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The interior is similarly well thought out.
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Lezyne aims to deliver premium design
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Solid bases on the tool bits
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The Rock Shox SID carries on for another season…
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…but with retro graphics to commemorate
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This is Rock Shox's cream of the crop in XC race forks
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Rotor will expand its range of Q-Ring offerings
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Owners of new XTR M970 cranksets
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All of the new rings will feature
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