Your bicycle is your passion, a place of joy and enlightenment that outsiders see only as pain and toil. You awaken anticipating the ride. You go to sleep planning the next one. When your bike lets you down it feels like a betrayal. What's that noise? Why is it creaking? Why do I feel slower when I'm working harder than ever? These are questions you should never have to ask. With BBInfinite, these questions will be long forgotten in moments.
We have invested in the industry's finest CNC machines in order to produce aerospace quality components that offer years of troubled free, exceptional performance. Delivering world class quality to your door is the BBInfinite way.
Make no mistake, we are a small operation and relish the opportunity that provides.
We win by delivering a 1st class product in a way that you are unaccustomed to in today's environment. You will be treated as if you we're family from the first email, click of a buy button, or a return request. If you have any doubts take a look at our twitter feed.
BBInfinite was built using an e-commerce strategy from the start. In fact to date approximately 97% of our business is done through this website. This strategy has allowed us to deliver American Made goods with competitive price points compared to overseas produced competition.
When Wes's daughter Jade was born he decided it was time to be as close to home as possible. After 5 years in Little Rocks downtown core, we renovated my basement in my small suburban neighborhood. A 10 minute drive from downtown Little Rock, the basement doubles as our Headquarters and Techicnal office where we can engineer and prototype parts before they are manufactured in bulk. We'd love to have you drop us a line.
I recently got a call from a customer who said, "I installed a BBInfinite module and my bike is still creaking. What do I do now?" The good news was that, even though his creak was never the bottom bracket, he still made the right choice in going with BBInfinite to enhance his performance and increase durability of his bottom bracket over time.
That said; he was not the first guy to still have a creaking,Read More
To extract, or not to extract, that is the answer.
First, let me just say that I feel your pain. I hate special tools. I hate having to buy special tools just because some engineer didn't figure I'd ever have to, say, change a headlight bulb in my car---because how often do those burn out, really---and so he buried the access panel under a bunch of things that are behind other things that are held in by tamperproof T-27Read More
You've pressed in bottom bracket after bottom bracket to make that creak go away and yet the infernal noise remains, taunting you with each pedal stroke.
It's time to hit pause for a moment.
Many of us in this position have been so laser-focused on the bottom bracket as the culprit that we've neglected to take a serious look at all the usual suspects.Read More