There are three types of headset in the Record™ groupset: Threadless™, Hiddenset™ and the traditional threaded headset. The Threadless™ headset has been designed for unthreaded fork steerers. It is extremely light and allows fast sensitive adjustment. It is distinguished by its weight and working life. The Hiddenset™ headset is integrated into the head tube of the frame, conferring an extremely elegant look to the bicycle. Light, smooth, long lasting and easy to install, the Record headset is available in the standard version or with a TTC™ cap. RECORD™ headset BC 1"x24tpi - height 36.5mm - 104g RECORD™ THREADLESS™ headset 1", 1-1/8" for unthreaded fork tube - height 24.5mm - composite cover and light alloy fixing screw - grease-port for fast lubrication 110g RECORD™ HIDDENSET™ headset 1-1/8", 1-1/8" TTC internal headset for unthreaded fork tube - version 1-1/8”: height 5.9 mm, - version 1-1/8” TTC™: height 15.9 mm - patent pending system - composite and light alloy fixing screw and cap
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On orders under $99 we charge $5 flat-rate freight. This is so we can give our customers (that's you!) the most competitive pricing available for small parts and accessories. There are no hidden shipping costs and you know exactly what you're paying for.
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You purchase your bike from evocycles.co.nz
Our expert mechanic pulls your bike out of the box and builds it to 100%, excluding accessories (i.e racks and baskets). We tune the brakes and gears then test ride to ensure everything runs smoothly.
We then take off a few simple parts to fit the bike into the box. We double check to ensure all the parts are enclosed, before sealing the box and sending to you.
Your bike arrives!
You use 2-3 common tools to fit a few simple parts. If you get stuck, use our help centre and bike assembly guides or give us a call and we'll talk you through the process.