My dude Kapo has been swooped up by LDG, so proud of him and he’s gonna kill it. Welcome to the show my dude. Matt lingo took some rad shots of Kapo getting fast ‘n’ loose on his new whip, peep more over at RecFail.
Get on it!!!
Our most popular frameset, the LD:Labs Aluminum Aero, is back in-stock and available in a new color palette. The new MK2 version of our best-selling frameset features a fully CNC machined bottom bracket and headtube, updated geometry, and a selection of sleek new matte anodized finishes.
LDG has a new Tool.
Our new LDG ADAMANTIUM Multi-Tool features 17-4 Stainless Steel that is rigorously heat treated for unparalleled strength.
Featuring a 14MM, 15MM and LDG specific tri-lock ring teeth pattern, this tool allows proper torquing of LDG lock rings without having to worry about stripping the cutouts. We’ve designed this tool specifically for use with our proprietary lock ring cutouts to apply more torque dispersed over a wider area.
Don’t be caught using cheap tools that bend!
Check out the new cog design our friends at LDG sent over. Their take on it is pretty cool and I would love to hear some opinions on it.
Introducing our new pinned construction cog, this design took months to develop the proper tolerances for achieving its unique mechanical construction.
We took a different approach to traditional cog design and started thinking out the box. The outer teeth are CNC’d from 7075-T6 heat-treated aluminum and mechanically fastened through six stainless steel, and two brass pins, to the body. The body is sculpted from a solid piece of stainless steel and precision crafted to house the outside teeth. The amount of precision it takes to pin the outer cog to the body meant that we had to machine all facets of the material to ensure the pins would properly seat. The outside cog was anodized black and then further machined for a two-tone look.
The first production run of 15T will be available soon, followed by a release of the 16T, 17T and 18T sizes shortly after. Pricing will be set at $59.99 each.
Last week I talked about the LDG 700C, that I have been riding around for the last month or so. Livery has released those completes and they are ready for purchase. At $749.99 dollars, it’s a great deal for a complete bike.
Our Complete Bike marks the essence of what our brand encompasses; Craftsmanship, quality, and attention to details. Our complete bike has been methodically designed, as a whole system, for consistent component interaction, and a result that is cohesive with our vision as a company.
While long overdue, we’ve now finally released our LDG 700c Complete Bike with the best components LDG has to offer. This will not be your average complete bike with sub-par components and lackluster design. We’ve taken the time to include all the details, such as our CNC’d Crankset, 6-Bolt Lock On Hubset, Aluminum Riser Bars, and our innovative allen hardware dropout system.
• Frame & Fork: LDG 700c Complete Frame + Fork
• Dropouts: LDG Allen Hardware Dropout System
• Headset: LDG 1-1/8″ Integrated
• Crankset: LDG CNC Crank Arms w/ CNC Chainring
• Chain: Half-Link Chain
• Cog: LDG 7075-T6 Full CNC Aluminum Cog
• Stem: Easton EC30
• Handlebars: LDG Aluminum Riser Bar MK2
• Grips: LDG Cross Rib Grip
• Seatpost: Easton EC30
• Saddle: LDG Standard Saddle
• Pedals: LDG Standard Track Pedals
• Toe Clips: LDG Single Toe Cages
• Toe Straps: LDG Single Toe Straps
• Wheelset: LDG CNC’d Front + Rear Hub, Black Outer Hoops, Black Spoke Nipples, Black Spokes
LDG in the house! Great edit. I’ve got a little surprise in store from LDG as well, look for that this week.
Our Homeboy Jason Clary is getting snapped up by sponsors left and right. LDG got him on the their team last month and DZR Shoes just swooped him up. Congrats Jason! Super stoked for you! Keep it up, and keep racing. Now you gotta come down here and race in LA, we’ll have some big races coming up for you next year. I love seeing that being a street racer can get you places, and sponsorships. Maybe I need to get back on my game…
*Photo by Leo Furmasky