Zyro’s Fresh Goods Part Two

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As we’re snowed in due to the permawinter here’s part two of fresh goods from Zyro.

Hopefully normal service and spring will be resumed next week…


Now that's a caliper


HS11 - Classic rim brake with a ton of power
HS11 Old school leverage


MT4 built with Carbotecture and dual piston fixed caliper
MTS saves weight over the MT4 with hollow pin tech.
MT6 - lighter again with an aluminium lever and clamp
MT8 - Magura's lightest brake
MT8 - Carbotecture SL master and Carbolay lever
MT8 Caliper - dual piston with one piece design for stiffness
Coming soon?
TS6 - for trail, enduro and xc
TS8 - superstiff with DAD tech, that's Double Arch design to you and me


The slightly mild Terminator
SMIDSY proof Night Vision Evo Jacket
Complete with removal Lightstick LED/Terminator eye
If spring ever comes; the Gradient Short Sleeve Jersey
Matching Mayhem shorts in black
or Blue
We're liking the Apex baggy styling
Gripping stuff
and what you're ride buddies will see
Ladies get the Synchro stretch baggy
and Synchro 3/4 baggy
with classy design features
Camo for gromits with the Children's Spark baggy
Varium Jacket for the spring reality
Waterproof, breathable and stretch construction with pit zips should cover most bases.
New Attack 360 Jacket - full on waterproof with removable hood
Nice design touches inside too


Rider 21 - GPS computer with barometer for real time logging
Rider 40 - Training enabled for competitive riders
Rider 50 with 1:50k OS mapping
Rider 60 - coming soon touch screen full on training and navigation machine


All the flavours in bar form, they're very edible...
Geltastic to help with Torq's rule of threes
Recovery aids and drinkable energy to keep you fully fueled.
Handy refills now available


Right that’s your lot for this week. I’m heading off to the airport. See you next week for the return of Fresh Goods Friday

Comments (5)

    “Now that’s a caliper”
    The mounting holes are round, not slotted? How do you centre the caliper on the rotor?

    Think you’ll find it’d for a motorbike. You can see “BMW K100” on the laminate behind the calliper.

    Yah, radial fork motorbike caliper, think that one was standard fitment on the Aprilia SVX and maybe some katooms. 4-pot 4-pad.

    I wonder if any of that Altura stuff lasts more than one user before falling appart at the seams…

    I like the taste of Torq bars, but since they’ve shrunk to 45g they have become poor value compared to others and you have to faff with opening more of them on a long event.

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