All Bearings to buy for every bicycle.

Bicycle bearings are the small components inside a bicycle that allow parts to move smoothly and efficiently. There are several types of bearings commonly used in bicycles, including:

  • Ball bearings: These are the most common type of bicycle bearings. They consist of small steel balls that roll in a groove and are used in a variety of applications such as hubs, bottom brackets, and headsets.
  • Needle bearings: These bearings are used in areas where there is high radial load and limited space. They consist of cylindrical rollers that are much longer than they are wide and are commonly found in suspension systems.
  • Tapered roller bearings: These bearings have tapered rollers that are used to support large radial and axial loads. They are commonly found in hubs and bottom brackets.
  • Angular contact bearings: These bearings have a raceway on both the inner and outer ring, allowing them to support both radial and axial loads. They are commonly found in headsets, hubs, and bottom brackets.
  • Ceramic bearings: These bearings are made from ceramic materials. Materials can be silicon nitride, which offer increased stiffness, durability, and corrosion resistance. They are commonly found in high-end bicycles and racing applications.

Regardless of the type of bearing, it's important to keep them properly lubricated and free from contaminants to ensure smooth operation and long lifespan.

All bearings for MTB, Mountain, CX, Road and other bicycles you can find here.

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