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Gear Roundup: FLECTR Clip wearable reflector, Rohloff-compatible rotors, more!

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In this roundup, we feature a handful of small items that might otherwise slip through the cracks (and might make great gift ideas?). First, FLECTR is at it again with more safety reflectors – that double as a wearable item. Next, Magura is officially in the Rohloff-compatible market, with two disc brake rotor sizes. Finally, have you ever wanted a VW bus… on your bike?

FLECTR Clip wearable reflector

Better known for their reflective wheel stickers, FLECTR is expanding into more options. The new FLECTR Clip can be installed on your bike, a bag, or right on your body…

Made with highly reflective microprismatic film, the device is available in different color options.

The strap mount version measures 116 x 62mm, while the saddle and magnetic versions measure 86 x 62mm. The FLECTR Clip was supported under a Kickstarter campaign, with expected delivery in January 2020.

Magura Storm HC Rohloff-compatible rotors

In response to popular demand, Magura announced a special 4-bolt version of their Storm HC disc brake rotors, made for Rohloff hubs. They’re available in 160 and 180mm versions, and retail for $69.00 each.

X-Zone VW Bus stem

We don’t have many details just yet, but X-Zone decided to show off their CNC machining skills with a unique VW bus aluminum stem. The Taiwan-based company makes a variety of products, focusing on kids’ push bikes, tricycles, bells, and other accessories. We spied the bus version at a tradeshow, and look forward to more fun options.


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Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot
4 years ago

Need that VW Bus stem in 120mm -10°

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