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Tech Tip #47: Profile ZCoaster Rebuild Tutorial

We’ve been getting quite a few inquiries on how to rebuild a Profile Zcoaster.Gus Lanzilotta has built quite a few here at the factory so we had him walk you through it.We hope this helps? For an explosion of the hub’s internals, click here:

January 21, 2019

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Profile’s Elite BMX Disk Hub: All you need to know.

We’ve been getting quite a few inquiries on our Elite Bmx Disk Brake Rear Hub. It’s been catching on within the bmx trails scene: There’s really no better way to have absolutely dialed-in brakes when cruising full speed through the woods. And if you’re into fufanus and abubacas, it’s a […]

August 8, 2018

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Tech Tip #46: Sprocket Size to Spindle Compatible.

Over the years, due to variances and popularity of both sprocket and crank spindle sizes, Profile has manufactured a gamut to cover as much compatibility as possible. First, we’ll start with Profile BOLT ON sprockets that will work on 19mm cranks. For reference, below is the most common Profile adapters […]

March 21, 2018

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Profile’s Tech Tip #45: What is in a Profile Mini Rear Hub (14mm)?

Here is a photo with exploded images of the complete internals of a Profile Mini Rear hub. As with all Profile Racing product, you can buy replacement parts for everything we make. We also advise getting hub rebuilds done through your local bike shop as they have the proper press […]

February 27, 2018

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Profile’s Tech Tip #44: What is in a Profile ZCoaster®

Here is a photo with exploded images of the complete internals of a Profile ZCoaster® hub. ( Protected by U.S. Pat. No. 9,599,172 ) As with all Profile Racing product, you can buy replacement parts for everything we make. We also advise getting hub rebuilds done through your local bike shop as […]

February 2, 2018

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Profile’s Tech Tip #43: Rim Size versus Tire Size

A common misconception is that rim size reflects tire size. Although rim size remains static, tire size is not only labelled differently but varies between brands. Below is a graph using Sun Rims combined with Maxxis tires. Although some tires can be manipulated to fit on other size rims, this […]

December 29, 2017

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Profile’s Tech Tip #41: Hub guards, the WHOLE range.

Madera and Profile come from the same factory and share some of the same components. Both companies’ hubs should be used with and have special hub guards available. These guards are specifically designed for our hubs and do a great job of protecting your investment as well as making riding […]

November 17, 2017

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