2017 International Bicycle Festival will be taken place 3 days from Friday, 08. Dec to Sunday, 10. Dec. 2017 at the Exhibition Hall in Shenzhen, China, sincerely welcome to visit Kinesis booth no. A20a.
For most frames (excluding suspension frames) under the condition of the surface raw finished, the leadtime is 70 days; if painting is demanded, it will be 80 days. Concerning forks under the condition of the surface raw finished, the leadtime is 50 days, when painting is necessary, the leadtime goes to 55 days. When it comes to suspension frames, the leadtime is 120 days with the surface raw finished
The Tensile strength chart also indicates the strength and durability of frames; that is, frames of Kinesium own the best durability and strength. Kinesium is our patent material, and we are honored to present such a high-quality frame for you.
You can find Kinesis aftermarket agents in Kinesis web site. Choose one of the agents which is the nearest to you and contact them by the information shown on the web page. Our agents will be always at your service and willing to suggest the best way to deliver the goods you purchase and the most convenient way for payment.
Hydroforming is an industrial technique wherein special liquids are injected into the frame tubes with tremendous pressure. Lines and curves are formed on the tubes following the pattern on the mold. The advantages of this technique are as below:
First, you can get tubes to your highly aesthetic standard, and at the same time you don't need gussets on such tubes for the strength concern. Thus it is amazing that you don't have to pay for the cost of adding extra weight for this extra special design, isn't it surprising?
Moreover, such technique can be applied to any part of a bicycle frame and to 6000 and 7000 series alloy tubes. The limits of bike designation is in this way widely broadened.
We are proud to say that Kinesis is absolutely the pioneer to put hydroforming technology into mass bicycle frame production and the most experienced and well-skilled frame factory in such technique. Why go for an ordinary frame, when you can have a work of art?