Profile Racing’s Legacy: Week 11, 1979.

So, here we are in 1979. Profile has moved to St. Petersburg, FL. Jim (Alley) has re-established his machine shop and race car business and the Alley’s two children have discovered BMX racing. In short, Jim goes to the track and watches his children practice. And, seeing the kids on […]

March 22, 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 #37: Classic 19mm vs. 22mm Column Cranks

Depending on what style of riding you’re doing, the debate can get heated as to which Profile Crank set will work better for you on the freestyle end of things. Below, I will list some facts and offer what I’ve seen work over time and what works for which of […]

October 5, 2017

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Profile’s Tech Tip #28: What puts the Elite in our Elite Cranks

What sets the Profile Elite Cranks apart from the rest? Well, let’s get to brass tax… The features of Profile Elite cranks: – Handcrafted in the USA from 4340 heat-treated chromoly for maximum strength and stiffness. – Features a standard 22mm, 6LV4 Titanium Spindle. – The Crank set includes a […]

July 21, 2017

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