On this episode of Inside Profile Racing, our head machinist, Dave Fisher, walks us through the difference between flat, vintage cups and Profile “Hop Up” cups. American Bottom Brackets have become, once again, one of our most popular Botton Brackets. Check it!
For years, we’ve been getting requests to do a re-up of our Iconic, mid school sprocket: The Profile Whippit. Finally, we have an open machine to set those in motion… Making its debut in 1996, the Profile Whippit was the last sprocket we had in production before things shifted to […]
Our “Inside Profile Racing” series offers a quick glance into the very small parts that are often time consuming, that make up our components line. This episode covers the manufacturing go our Cog Lock Rings for our Elite, Mini, and Elite MTB cassette hub, cog drivers. Thanks for your continued […]
As Matt Coplon walked through our factory this week, this is what he discovered… What was scheduled as an Episode of our Tech Tuesday, turned into an Inside Profile Racing, instead. Inside Profile Racing: End Mill Recycling. This episode covers some recycling that we do, in house, reusing crank production […]
Inside Profile Racing: C-4 Hub Guard Production. Our “Inside Profile Racing” series offers a quick glance into the very small parts that are often time consuming, that make up our components line. Thanks for your continued support of Profile Racing.
In 2023 we’ll hit 15 years of Mark Mulville’s Profile Push Stem. In celebration, we asked Mark three questions regarding its inception, history and longevity. Thanks to Mark for decades of support! Enjoy!
Profile Elite Titanium drivers now make our hubs compatible for E-Bikes. We’ve been getting a lot of requests for these through our IBD’s; our new titanium driver option now makes our existing Elite MTB hub variations compatible to E-Bikes. This new driver (photo attached) will work with our existing Elite […]
A little sneak peak of what we have in the works….
Thanks to Our Bmx for this comprehensive video on the production of our Stems. Made in our factory in the US: Corey Alley takes you through the journey here. Thanks for the support.