Razorback 2.0 is here!

February 09, 2015 0 Comments

Predator has been digging into its product line to find out what awesome components and parts could be better manufactured to both enhance riding ability and aesthetically refresh the bike market's fashionable appeal. We're starting 2015 with a completely redesigned, remolded, and reintroduced Razorback 2.0 racing number holder. Originally designed and produced in 2010, the Razorback is a carbon fiber race number mount. A carbon lovers greatest miniature accessory. This mounting piece featured a 1.5 inch hand-laid carbon plate that strengthened the number card to prevent bending in the wind. An o-ring thread attached the mount to the frame and helped dampen vibration to alleviate number card rotation during use. Predator's 2015 edition of the Razorback now features a larger plate with more surface area to hold the number card even sturdier. The thread mounting system has been altered into a hexagonal carbon piece to prevent over-tightening and a potential slip in marriage between the thread and carbon exoskeleton. The carbon arm plate is still 1.5 inches in length but is also now more aero in design as our hand-laid carbon materials are now precisely and finely cut by CNC, computer numerical cutting. Edges are exact, smooth, and aesthetically pleasing. Our Razorback's are even more mightier than before! For racers looking for a little more swag in their setup, Predator is pleased to announce the Razorback 2.0!


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