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warren
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Posted - 06/21/2011 :  09:27:02  Show Profile  Visit warren's Homepage  Reply with Quote
TerraCycle Elite Idlers Press Release
For Release 23 June 2011



TerraCycle is proud to announce a new generation of Elite idlers- lighter, tougher, and even better looking than ever. We believe in continuously improving all our products, and are always making little improvements here and there as we go. Sometimes, to get better, it takes more than tweaking things, and you need a complete redesign to get to the performance level you want to reach. This is one of those times.

Years in the making, our new Elite idlers are lighter, even tougher than before, and sport a whole new look. By completely redesigning them, we were able to reduce weight by up to 11% and further improve their already legendary reliability. At the same time, we gave them a light new “see through” look and added some very stylish color accents. If you like the SRAM Red Group, you’ll love the new look.

By redesigning our tooling and production flow, we were able to shave grams and add finishing touches like edge rounding, tapered side plates, and more. The result is a very finished, very stylish idler with a heart of titanium, ceramic, and stainless steel. An idler you’ll be proud to own, an idler that will serve you impeccably for many years and many, many miles.

Features
· Lighter than ever- only 75g in the 15T Ti, 8mm Hybrid Ceramic version, for example.
· Tougher than ever- a new box beam around core design handles the toughest chainlines with ease.
· More stylish than ever- tapered side plates, central windows, and dramatic red accent rings combine to for an exciting new look.
· Durable dual bearing design on all Power side idlers
· Fully rebuildable- if you bang up a side plate, for instance, all parts can be replaced individually.

Configurations Offered

In the tradition of our Elite series, a wide variety of configurations is offered, to perfectly fit nearly any bike or trike.

Sizes: 65mm (14T), 70mm (15T), and 101mm (23T). AL cog option on 23T, all others are titanium only.
Bearings: 8mm Hybrid Ceramic, 10mm, 12mm, 3/8 inch, and 5/8 inch
Matching Return side (70mm, 8 and 10mm bearings only)
Over/Under (70mm, 15T)

We also offer a complete range of spacers, chainkeepers, and mounts.

Pricing and Availability

Everything is described on the TerraCycle website, and is available on the website and at TerraCycle Dealers.

Pricing for the different bearing sizes is similar, though only 8mm bearings available in ceramic. Matching spacers, chainkeepers, and mounts are available both separately and with kit pricing.

Contact
TerraCycle, Inc.
www.terracycle.com
info@terracycle.com
In North America: 1-800-371-5871
Outside North America and Europe: +1 503 231 9798 (GMT-8)
In the EU and Europe, Icletta GmBH, www.icletta.com +49 6150 5922966 info@icletta.com

Jack
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Netherlands
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Posted - 06/21/2011 :  14:49:24  Show Profile  Visit Jack's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Warren,
interesting news. I am happy to see Pat at our event Cycle Vision, i just hope he will bring some of this candy with him.
There will be a lecture given by him and there will be lots of recumbent enthousiasts there.
Perhaps you are interested in that news too, http://www.ligfiets.net will be overflowing with news this week on racing, bikes, parts etc.
Many greetings and thanks,
Jack Dekker, editor in chief www.ligfiets.net
chairman Cycle Vision organisation Committee
honorary member dutch human powered vehicles association NVHPV
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TravisP
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USA
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Posted - 06/21/2011 :  18:29:34  Show Profile  Visit TravisP's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Well then. I guess "For Release 23 June 2011" isn't set in stone. :)
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warren
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USA
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Posted - 06/22/2011 :  05:32:14  Show Profile  Visit warren's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Considering they were already on the Terracycle web site, I guess not.
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