One of the oldest products in our wheel house. And it still stands the test of time. Everything you need to know about our classic 19mm cranks for freestyle application is right here:
Profile’s Original 19mm Spline Drive Sprocket. Multiple sizes, multiple colors. 10 years strong. Have any questions? We can answer them all here.
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 […]
So you have a 14mm axle in your Profile Mini, Totem, Elite or Madera V-2 Rear hub and want to switch it to 3/8? Let us guide you. Considering the Profile/Madera hub shell bearings are exactly the same for 3/8 and 14mm, all you need is the 3/8 axle conversion […]
The Profile Mini Rear 14mm Hub has become an industry staple over the past 16 years. In celebration of it’s 16 birthday, let’s crack into the internal assembly. Although we recommend you using a press, you can also follow the step-by-step tutorial here, using some common wrenches: http://www.profileracing.com/profile-14mm-mini-cassette-hub-overhaul/ The components […]
Besides questions on proper spindle length and crank installation, how to convert a 3/8 axle to 14mm (and vide-versa) in a Profile Mini/Madera V-2 Rear Hub is one of the most common. We want to thanks Gary at Elite Cycle Imports (our Aussie Distro) and Bmx Ultra for putting together […]
The most common tech question we get here at the shop: If I have an outboard BB kit, what spindle length works best? Rule of thumb: 5-5/8″ for an inboard, 6″ for an outboard. Let Profile’s Gus Lanzilotta go into more detail here. We hope this helps?
The differences between the Profile Mini and Elite Driver Mechanisms. In 1996, Profile engineered the first bmx specific cassette hub. This concept was to both allow for easier cog replacement (and later, complete driver: 9, 10, and 11t) as well as complete driver rebuilds. It is much easier to replace […]
In 2001, Profile introduced our Mini Front Hub to the race scene. A simple design using cone compression and a minimal amount of internal parts (Shell, Bearings, Axle/Cones, and Bolts). Through a year’s worth of testing (a lot of toothpicks on Jersey Barriers), it was re-released as a universal hub […]