Ruder Berna Eightper Taiwan Made BMX Fixed Gear Bike Silver Seat Post
The core philosophy & concepts of Eightper are to make quality products that last for infinity. As mentioned before, Winston has always wanted to make bikes that met the stringent standards of boutique manufacturing and he picked 8 core concept designs out of 100 that met such standard and further deriving the brand name Eightper. In the near future, we look forward to produce bikes that will change the traditional view of single speed bikes and hopefully gathering a clan of Eightpers.
We also provide you professional components for the Fixed Gear, Fixie Bike, they are Made In Taiwan with stylish deaign and stable quality.
Remark:1. All of the specific could be changed with your demand
2. The following table of specific is only for reference, you could decide the spec by yourself.
25.4/27.2/31.6mm Fixed gear seat post road bike seat post
Forged 6061 Alloy fixed gear seat post road bike seat post
250mm/300mm fixed gear seat post fixie bike seat post
Coating/ anodize colors fixed gear seat post fixie bike seat post
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Welding: if we call a frame as Soul of a bike, this then the welding would be Soul of the frame. Welding is a main factor to decide the quality of the bikes, not just for good looking, it is also related to the Strength of the frame. By the way, we only use high quality material which is made in Taiwan, some frame on the market is made by recycle steel.
Detail parts of the frame: if you see the detail closer you could found our head tube, drop out, top bridge (brake), bottom bridge(stronger, logo) are used designing quality material.
Paint Material: YS paint material is very famous on the bike industry by its high quality. We only use YS material for your bike, the color is flash and passed the EN standard. Lots of frame on the market is used nameless material paint.
Frame regulating: after the frame welding is finished, we will use many molds to regulate the frame to make sure every angle and space is correct. After that, when you put all of the components on the frame, it would be smoothly, the wheels would be straight on