Industry Nine's Hydra comes to the trail with lightning-quick engagement, quality construction, simple service, tuneable noise & volume, and very low drag right out of the box.
In 2019 the Hydra hubs, which are being reviewed here, replaced the Torch hubs of old and brought about improved bearing life, decreased resistance and are freakishly fast.
DT's renowned 240 hubs get a revision that's intended to increase their reliability even further.
A complete overhaul to the ratchet system promises lighter weight with increased durability.
Super Boost Plus is the latest standard for rear axle spacing. We go into detail and explain the pros, cons and tech facts to find out if it’s here to stay.
The Canadian wheel company releases its latest hub and announces Microspline compatibility.
Race Face is offering an ultra-durable package for those wanting to run Shimano 12-speed drivetrains.
I started thinking about the most expensive bike part on the market that I could also claim to be a fantastic value and the Chris King rear hub came out on the top of my list.
The new Hex Drive Hub from Spank Industries provides fast, 3.5-degree engagement with oversized bearings and an advanced seal system for durability and low maintenance.
Jeff is the sort of mechanic who has travelled on theEWS circuit and wrenched for the Canadian team at World Championships.
Another brand offering a Shimano 12-speed compatible freehub, yew!
Onyx Racing hubs spin for so long! This translates to the trail with a sense of free-speed and you'll find yourself coasting for longer.