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Chris King x The Robert Axle Project Limited Edition thru axles beautifully match CK parts

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Here’s a chance to lighten up your bike and throw in some extra style. The Robert Axle Project has been turning out light weight replacement bolt-on thru axles from their Bend, Oregon headquarters for awhile now. But recently, they’ve teamed up with another Oregon legend in the bicycle world, Chris King Precision Components. Together, they’re offering a line of limited edition thru axles with CK flair.

Chris King x The Robert Axle Project Limited Edition thru axles beautifully match CK parts

According to The Robert Axle Project, they supplied Chris King with their axles and the axle finder for the website, and then Chris King has anodized them in matching colors to their own products.

Chris King x The Robert Axle Project Limited Edition thru axles beautifully match CK parts

Chris King x The Robert Axle Project Limited Edition thru axles beautifully match CK parts

Currently, Chris King is offering both Road/Gravel and MTB axles with 12 and 15mm versions in various fitments. If you’re not sure of what axle you need, the Fit Finder on the page will walk you through the steps, and then once you know the size you can pick a color. Each axle is priced at $60, and availability is limited.

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robertaxleproject.com

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Kay
Kay
4 years ago

Too bad only about 1% of the beautiful anodize is showing, you know, when you actually mount the axle.

Cal
Cal
4 years ago
Reply to  Kay

What rubbish. It’s at least 1.5% visible.

Padrote
Padrote
4 years ago

the only word that makes sense in the name of that company is “axle”

Dave
4 years ago
Reply to  Padrote

They originally launched to provide BOB trailer-compatible axles for through-axle bikes, hence the name. I replaced the self destructing QR thru axles on my Trek 920 with their pieces. I can’t say the price seems reasonable, but the product is fantastic. Simple, light, strong, works great.

Nick
Nick
4 years ago

That matte bourbon color hi set will look sick on my Cervelo Aspero!

Andy Ra
4 years ago

yeay…finally something I can ask for x-mas…a 60$ axle :O

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