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Seven Evergreen SL

When Merlin Metalworks packed up and moved to Tennessee in the middle '90s, Rob Vandermark, their lead bike designer, had a decision to make, to go with the flow, or push forward on his own. With a core team from Merlin, he started Seven Cycles, pioneering the idea of fully-custom bike building on a short timeline. Twenty years and more than 30,000 bikes later, Seven stands in the vanguard of American custom bike building.

Greg Minnaar on his record breaking run at Ft. William

When racing the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup the Santa Cruz Syndicate only rides the fastest and most dependable parts available. With bearings that wear in, not out, Chris King hubs get faster every race.

A titanium Moots will live forever, and almost always look new.

We developed our new matte finish with titanium in mind and knew we had to parter with one of the best titanium builders out there to release it. Moots called on 36 years of experience to build this immaculate Routt RSL. To really make it come together, they sent us all of the aluminum finishing on the bike to take a dip in our new Limited Edition Matte Emerald, and they added Emerald decals to match.

Breadwinner W/// Sport Lolo

Could it be any better? A custom Breadwinner W/// Sport Lolo, in a limited edition motorsport inspired paint job with detailed finishing and running full King parts: headset, bottom bracket, and hubs. 

If you go with ENVE or HED rims they are built by our wheel department too!

Santa Cruz V10 29er

The Santa Cruz V10 now has a 29er big brother. No matter how you feel about 29er mountain bikes, the stopwatch doesn't lie. Tracks are faster, times are tighter, and eking another second out of a 4-minute track can be the difference between a World Cup win and missing the podium entirely.

2017 brings new colors and a new finish to Chris King Precision Components. In addition to our high polish hubs we now offer a specialty matte finish in three colors, paired with black axles and driveshells. A unique finish able to stealthily blend in of stand out as the crown jewel.

The 2017 Santa Cruz Syndicate has harvested two new recruits. Luca Shaw and Loris Vergier have pledged allegiance with Greg Minnaar at the helm.

The 20 year old recruits join South African veteran Greg Minnaar; 3 time World Champion and the only man to have 19 World Cup DH race wins to his name.

Under Minnaar’s mentorship, the young American and Frenchman will have support from some of the most experienced people in the sport.

Steve Peat may have stepped back from World Cup racing, but remains on hand to share two decades of knowledge on areas such as race preparation, line-spotting, and bike set-up.

To commemorate the 40th anniversary of Chris King Precision Components, we have pulled together a very limited offering of collector’s kits in our “Olive Crate” colorway. The color name is a throw back to the large agriculture crates that Chris poached from a nearby olive orchard and used to move his shop to Portland over ten years ago. The parts also feature a labor intensive brushed finish that is something we have never offered before and unique to this offering.

After months of development we are proud to announce that Boost compatible ISO B 148×12 rear and 110×15 front hubs are in stock and ready to ship.  These new hubs feature our patented Ring Drive system for 72 simultaneous points of engagement all manufactured in-house in Portland, OR.

Pretty & Strong doesn’t just materialize in October during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it’s a year-round effort that we’re proud say we’ve supported for over a decade now. In 2004, Chris King Precision Components launched a limited edition series of pink headsets and hubs in an effort to raise awareness for breast cancer research. Based on the success and positive feedback we received on this project, in September 2006 we added Pretty & Strong pink as an in-line color choice. A portion of the proceeds from each Pretty & Strong sale is donated to the Oregon and SW Washington affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® to help fund breast cancer research.

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