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Health & Fitness / Business Areas of Chemical Supply Providers
« Last post by HERPIM on February 05, 2014, 05:40:49 AM »
Good quality chemical supply providers are a vital aspect of chemical industry and having a reliable chemical supply provider will help your business grow beyond expectations. As there are plenty of chemical supplies available in the market, it will be very difficult to make a decision about a perfect chemical supplier. Seeking the services of a high quality chemical supplier is essential to survive in chemical market. Safe chemical transportation, timely delivery, proper chemical packaging and top quality chemical materials are the requirements of an ideal chemical supplier. A chemical company needs approval and recognition of various governmental agencies in order to operate in the country. Prominent chemical companies use high technology, proper packaging, advanced chemical filling facility and hi tech equipments. Chemical supply providers produce raw materials for industrial processes and manufacturing. It is very important to conduct a detailed analysis of various raw materials before selecting a chemical supplier.
Checking the production quality and standards is essential before signing up an agreement with a chemical supply organization. Finding a good quality chemical supplier is not at all tough and you can find lots of companies on the internet. As many industries require chemical substances in large quantities, chemical supplies are an important business segment of chemical industry. Industrial requirements of various chemicals have grown tremendously in the previous two decades. It opened up huge opportunities for different chemical supply providers in the market. Chemical supply is considered as a deal which should be approached with great responsibility. Majority of chemical supply companies in the world distribute both synthetic and natural chemicals.
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Routes & Trails / Re: What's your favourite trails?
« Last post by Nukeproof Paul on August 11, 2013, 08:20:33 AM »
Gisburn is cool.... You ever been to dalby forest?... Would like to go there one day

No buddy I haven't... Where is that?
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Routes & Trails / Re: What's your favourite trails?
« Last post by Guitardaz69 on August 11, 2013, 08:18:55 AM »
Gisburn is cool.... You ever been to dalby forest?... Would like to go there one day
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Videos / Antur Stinog.. Great weekend with the LOTF crew..
« Last post by Nukeproof Paul on August 03, 2013, 05:28:27 PM »
Antur Stiniog Red Run


Antur Stiniog Blue Run


Antur Stiniog Double Black Run, With Craig's Off...
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Routes & Trails / What's your favourite trails?
« Last post by Nukeproof Paul on February 25, 2013, 10:09:03 PM »
Well not really been to many, but loved Cannock and as a local has to be Gisburn Forest..
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Videos / Gisburn New Section
« Last post by Nukeproof Paul on February 17, 2013, 10:52:36 PM »
New section at Gisburn, Great fun really enjoyed it..


Gisburn - New Section
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General MTB Chat / New NOIR T40 720mm wide bars
« Last post by Nukeproof Paul on March 25, 2012, 01:45:57 PM »
More bar means more control, more power, more comfort. So we've added an even wider bar option to the NOIR carbon bar family. The NOIR T40 carbon riser bar. Powerful 720mm width bar.

Available in three colors: red, blue and silver. Whether you're grinding up a climb or fighting through the woods, NOIR T40 is wider and bolder than ever before.

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Videos / Team Commencal - Riding Addiction, Pietermaritzburg, 2012 WC RD1
« Last post by Nukeproof Paul on March 25, 2012, 01:42:42 PM »
Here is an edit from the Team Commencal Riding Addiction crew at the first World Cup round of 2012 held in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.

The edit features Myriam Nicole, Thibault Ruffin and Gaetan Ruffin, all riding the Commencal Supreme DHv3.

Team Commencal - Riding Addiction, Pietermaritzburg, 2012 WC #1
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Videos / Sam Pilgrim new video
« Last post by Nukeproof Paul on March 25, 2012, 01:36:17 PM »
Sam Pilgrim recently released a new video of his annual trip to California, where he visits before the season start's to dial in some new and old tricks!



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General MTB Chat / Four-piston power for new SRAM XO Trail disc brakes
« Last post by Nukeproof Paul on March 25, 2012, 01:12:38 PM »


SRAM have today launched a new family of XO disc brakes, a 315g cross country flavour and the XO Trail for more robust riding duties, weighing 340g.

The heavier of the two, XO Trail, employs a four-piston caliper design to boost the power as high as possible. We havenít seen four piston brakes for years, not since the days when the Hope M4 was my favourite brake of choice.



Important changes that most will welcome include simpler and better sealing around the lever, making, hopefully, for less bleeding. Pivot bearings in the lever are sealed, which should prevent them getting a bit wobbly after a while.



Meanwhile, if weigh is a concern then the lighter two piston XO brake will be right up your street.

Both share a new 170mm rotor, for those who canít decide between a 160mm or 180mm rotor size when building their bikes.
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