August 04, 2017

 Lots of interest and questions about the Time RXRS bike at our last couple of pop ups. It looks stunning in the flesh, especially if you like red bikes ! Time’s strap line is ‘Distinctive Technology’ and their history and culture is marked out by innovation .

 Interesting facts about Time 

  • Time bikes are built in France and the carbon is manufactured there, quite rare for carbon lay ups to be done outside of Asia these days
  • Time invented the first floating clipless pedals in the late 80’s which allowed for lateral movement of the riders foot.
  • Tom Boonen rode a Time bike when he won the world road race championships in Madrid, as did Paolo Bettini and more recently Thomas Voeckler and Sylvain Chavanel.



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