Loaded Precision Announces New Carbon Collection at Interbike

 
September 18, 2013

Loaded Precision, Inc., producers of state of the art, high end mountain bike components released its new Carbon Collection at Interbike in Las Vegas. “We’re pushing the envelope on making the lightest, most durable products on the planet,” said Michael Mulder, owner of Loaded Precision, Inc. “It’s our plan to continue to be a major innovator, creating the finest products in the mountain bike industry.” The new carbon components use a Uni-Directional (UD) carbon fiber material which has a matte finish. Within the line, the new Napalm Carbon handlebars involve a completely new proprietary carbon layup process that allows the bars to be formed in a 1 layup pass instead of the typical 3 piece assembly. This process significantly cuts wight and adds durability. See this short video showing the process and testing:

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The Carbon Collection includes:

  • X-lite Ultra Carbon Seatpost
    • Weight: 148g (27.2/300mm)
    • Length: 400mm
    • Diameter: 27.2mm/30.9mm/31.6mm
  • Napalm Carbon Stem
    • Weight: 91g (90mm length)
    • Length: 90mm, 100mm, 110mm, 120mm
  • Napalm Carbon Riser Bar
    • Weight: 114g
    • Width: 680mm
    • Rise: 15mm
  • Napalm Carbon Flat Bar
    • Weight:118g
    • Width:710mm
  • AmXc Carbon Bar
    • Weight: 210g
    • Width 760mm
  • X-lite Carbon Riser Bar
    • Weight: 133g
    • Width: 680mm
    • Rise: 15mm
  • X-lite Carbon Flat Bar
    • Weight: 142g
    • Width: 710mm
  • Full Line of Carbon Wheelsets and Hubs weighing as low as 1298g and available with Loaded Hubs or DT Swiss Hubs
    • X-lite Ultra Carbon – 27.5″ and 29″
    • X-lite Carbon – 29″
    • AmX Carbon – 27.5”

 

Stay tuned as we try and get our hands on some samples for review.  In the mean time visit www.loadedusa.com

About WingNutt

Rider, Racer, Owner of MyBikeStand.com. A long history in racing and riding, from BMX and freestyle to Downhill, Dual Slalom, 4X and even some Road races spans nearly 25 years. Spent some time working in bike shops. I love to ride my bike.

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