Fire Alarm Cable 2.0/2 Steel Wires Armoured Control Cable FPLR Fire Retardant Fire Cable
PVC Coated Galvanized Inner Brake Cable
Galvanized Inner Brake Cable
1.5mm or 1.0-3.0mm
2M or as required
Head or nipple
alloy,custom size such as 4*4mm for shifting cable; 6*7mm for brake cable
Minimum breaking strength
Cable cover structure
1P,2P, and SP
Cover color options
black, white,single color as red, blue;laser cover
less than 40ppm
1)100pc/ppbag, 1000pcs/ctn 2)as customer's request
500 pcs Brake Cable
within 3 working days
(1)Stainless Steel PVC coated bike brake cable, Greater strength, toughness
(2)The outer housing is treated with special technology, to achieve the smallest deformation when at work, to ensure the brakes are sensitive
(3)New PVC material, cold, heat and oxidation resistance, suitable for a variety of extreme climatic conditions riding.
(4)2m Cable housing, Front Brake cable- 1.1m, Rear Brake Cable-1.7m; Cable ferrules, cable ends, and S-bucklesare available.
(5)Universal bike brake cable . Suitable for all types of bicycle, mountain bike, road bike, folding bike
Material: PVC Plastic + Stainless Steel bike brake cable
Length of Derailleur Cable: 2m
External Diameter of Derailleur Cable: 4mm
Everyone who has been playing cars for so many years must not know it. The origin of motor sports has a history of more than 100 years. Racing brings people exciting events, and at the same time has produced a rich motor sports culture.
Modern motorsports have reached unprecedented levels in terms of scale and guarantee. But more than a hundred years ago, those pioneers of motor sports traveled thousands of miles across unknown continents with simple equipment. They not only participated in a competition, but also interpreted the soul of motor sports for us.
It was only ten years from the production of the first car to the holding of the first car race. In 1885, the world's first carriage-style tricycle was officially born. In the following years, Europe entered the manufacturing stage of the automobile industry, and several brands of automobiles were born. When Europe built a car, everyone wanted to fight for the first place: one said that the performance of its own vehicle was the best, and the other said that its own car was the most secure and reliable. In the end, no one was convinced. As a result, the two sides organized a car race.
In 1894, a magazine called Le Pitit Journal in Paris organized a car race. This was a race to test the stability of cars. The winning condition was "the vehicle is safe to drive, easy to maneuver, and low maintenance cost". . This is also the first World Automobile Competition held. The entire race has a mileage of 127 kilometers. The outcome of the race is determined by a referee committee. Members of this referee committee must complete the race with the race vehicle, make an evaluation report based on the driving situation of the car, and select the winner of the race.