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New full carbon seat mounting for M5 Carbon High Racer ready!

March 14th, 2007To the top
New full carbon seat mounting for M5 Carbon High Racer ready!To offer a maximum choice in available seat angles, we now have a third type carbon seat support for the Carbon High Racer.

This new ultra light weight carbon component has been manufactured with a fourfold steel mould.
New full carbon seat mounting for M5 Carbon High Racer ready!New full carbon seat mounting for M5 Carbon High Racer ready!
 

Lightweight brake not only on recumbents

February 22nd, 2007To the top
Lightweight brake not only on recumbentsThe M5 lightweight brake also looks good on this bike from Poshbike! Also check poshbikes.com
 

TiCa Low Racer receives Honorable Mention at election European Bike of the Year

February 19th, 2007To the top

And we didn't even subscribe for participation!

TiCa Low Racer receives Honorable Mention at election European Bike of the YearBentrider Online about the Honorable Mention of our TiCa Low Racer:

By rewarding M5's new titanium and carbon fiber iteration of its venerable Low Racer, we're actually honoring M5 for all of the innovation they've shown this year. They've introduced everything from ultra-light brakes to carbon fiber forks and hubs. They're lightweight parts are even starting to show up on some very high-end road bikes. Congrats to Bram Moens and continue pushing the envelope in 2007!



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T-50 rim with M5 straight pull hub

February 17th, 2007To the top
T-50 rim with M5 straight pull hubT-50 rim with Sapim CX Ray black aero spokes and M5 20 holes straight pull hub

Nicely visible are the distinctive uni directional carbon fibres at the sides and the carbon fabric for the re-enforced brake and spoke hole areas.
T-50 rim with M5 straight pull hubT-50 rim with M5 straight pull hubT-50 rim with M5 straight pull hub
 

M5 lightweight hubs

February 9th, 2007To the top

Light weight front and rear hubs with flange

(Pictures will follow later)

General
The newly developed light weight hubs are both fully built from alu 7075-T6. The hubs are like our lightweight crankset constructed according to the FEM method. For an extra price both the front and rear hub can be equipped with ceramic bearings. There's no body weight limitation for the hubs.Available with body which fits Shimano or Campagnolo

Front hub
The new M5 front hub with flange only weighs 33 grammes. Available with 16, 20 or 24 holes. Assemblingwidth is 100 mm.

Rear hub

Another sample of "light and yet stiff": the M5 rear hub of 167 grammes. Available with 20,24 or 28 holes. The axle is 15 mm in diameter and has quadruple bearings. Additional advantage is that the whole hub system has become more stiff because the left bearing is situated as close as possible to the left dropout. Assemblingwidth: 130 or 135 mm. Flangewidth: 56 mm. When ceramic bearings are used, the weight is reduced to 159 grammes!

M5 lightweight front hub: € 78.51
(EU citizens: € 95.00, incl. 21% VAT) [in shoppingcart]

M5 lightweight front hub with ceramic bearings: € 119.83
(EU citizens: € 145.00, incl. 21% VAT) [in shoppingcart]

M5 lightweight rear hub with: € 205.79
(EU citizens: € 249.00, incl. 21% VAT) [in shoppingcart]

M5 lightweight rear hub with ceramic bearings: € 288.43
(EU citizens: € 349.00, incl. 21% VAT) [in shoppingcart]

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