Displaying posts with tag: Straitline

Video: Factory Tour – Straitline Components


It’s always fun to visit a manufacturing facility to see how great products are made. We visited Straitline Components to see what they’ve been up to lately and have some shots of their facility inside for you to check out … Continue reading

2011 Straitline AMP Flat Pedals


During Crankworx this year Straitline Components had some of their new AMP pedals on display. Check out some impressions and more pictures inside of the production colors they’re planning on offering.

Straitline Prototype Pedal – AMP – All Mountain Pedal


Straitline Components finally sent us a seek peek at their new pedal called the AMP. A bit more svelte than their current pedal and its got some curves to boot. See more inside.

Straitline Components Race Ring Chainrings


Straitline Components has been hanging tough, and working on some new chain rings that they’re calling Racerings. Available in a variety of chain ring sizes, these single ring chain rings look almost ready to rock and roll. See inside for … Continue reading

Straitline Avid Elixir Replacement Levers


If you’ve familiar with Straitline, you should know they make awesome replacement ergonomic brake levers. If you’re after a replacement brake lever for your Avid Elixir brakes, Straitline now makes them. Details inside.

Spotlight: Straitline Silent Guide


Have you seen the Straitline Silent Guide?  Curious to learn more?  Details inside.

Preview: Straitline Components SSC Stem


Straitline has a few new products that are rolling out very soon. They’ve developed a new pinch stem (SSC – Split Steerer Clamp) that is a little bit cheaper than their wedge stem with a few different features. Read more … Continue reading

Review: Straitline Components Pedals


Straitline Components has been producing some very fine bike components for the past year. Beautifully CNC machined products is what you can expect from Straitline with precision that is hard to match.  We’ve been riding the Straitline pedals for awhile … Continue reading