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Pedal Revolution lives and breathes bikes and cycling accessories. We've been in business for 20 years - 9 of which have been online - and have built a reputation for the best brands, excellent prices, fantastic cycling knowledge and great customer service.

Over the last 7 years we've developed an addiction to all things Titanium and work with companies such as Van Nicholas, Kinesis, J Guillem and Lynskey. We understand that we’re now Europe's biggest dealer in Titanium road bikes – and have between 15 and 20 bikes built up for customers to test at any one time.   

We help customers build bikes from frame. We provide a full fitting service and work with customers to specify all the required items for their new bike - frame type and size, groupset, crank length, cassette size, stem size, bar width - and so on, so that they get the perfect bike for them.

We offer a highly secure shopping environment (via sagepay) and next day delivery service on all orders over £20 across the UK (mainland). We also deliver around the world. So, happy shopping! If you've any queries or questions please call us on 01553 97 00 97 and all comments are gratefully received through info@pedalrevolution.co.uk

26 Nelson Business ParkBergen Way North Lynn Industrial Estate PE30 2DE

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Disc Brakes

A disc brake consists of a rotor attached to the wheel hub that rotates with the wheel and a caliper with pads that squeeze the rotor to provide stopping power. Disc brakes may be actuated mechanically by cable, or hydraulically. Disc brake are most popular (and most commonly used) with mountain bikers due to the immense stopping power however they are now transitioning to road bikes thanks to advancements in materials and steerer fork designs. During long road descents a disc brake with good heat shedding offers road riders better breaking without cooking the brakes so you can rely on your brakes and hit very high speeds. Couple a disc brake with a tapered steerer and fork judder is a thing of the past. Mechanical disc brakes are actuated with a cable and hydraulic disc brakes are actuated via hydraulic lines.

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63 - 67 Bethel Street
Norwich
NR2 1NR
Tel: 01603 614400
26 Nelson Business Centre
Bergen Way
North Lynn Ind Estate
King's Lynn
PE30 2DE
Tel: 01553 97 00 97
23 -31 Baker Street
Gorleston-on-Sea
NR31 6QT
Tel: 01493 656800
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