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Hope Tech Releases Limited Range of Pink Ano Brakes, Hubs, Pedals & Stems

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Hope Tech limited edition Pink anodized mountain bike hubs brakes stems and pedals

Hope Tech has just announced a re-release of pink anodized components.

They’re admittedly aimed at the fairer riders among us, but we have a feeling they’ll find a home on plenty of guys’ bikes, too. The run will encompass their Evo X2 brakes, Pro 2 Evo hubs, F20 flat pedals and several variations of their Freeride/XC stems. Available now, and like everything else they make (save for their new handlebars), they’re fully CNC machined in Barnoldswick, England with finishing in the UK.

Click through for specs and claimed weights…

Hope Tech Evo X2 brakes

  • Fully CNC machined in Barnoldswick, England
  • Externally adjustable Tech Evo lever (great for those with a slightly smaller reach)
  • Choice of black or braided hose
  • Fixed or floating 6 bolt pink centred rotors in: 140, 160, 183, or 203mm
  • Weight from 340g

Hope Pro 2 Evo Hubs

  • 32 hole front and rear (6 bolt compatible), available in the following combinations:
  • Front: 9, 15, 20mm and QR
  • Rear: 135mm (QR, 10mm (through and bolt-in), 12mm through and XX1 compatible) 142mm – X12 or XX1 compatible
  • CNC machined in Barnoldswick, England, built and hand finished in the UK
  • Weight: front: 185g (QR) and rear 285g (QR)

Hope F20 pedals

  •  20 replaceable pins per pedal provide excellent traction and grip
  • Slightly concaved platform is supported by one Norglide bush and 3 cartridge bearings in a fully sealed chamber to ensure a long lasting and maintenance free running
  • Weight: 390g per pair

Freeride / Cross-country stem

  • Two oversized bar options available:
  • Cross-country: 90mm length, 0 degree rise
  • Enduro/freeride: 50mm length, 0 degree rise
  • CNC machined in Barnoldswick, England from 2014 T6 aluminium
  • Weight from 144g
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Hammerhead Bicycles
11 years ago


11 years ago

My ’90s vintage purple ano’d parts faded to this exact color under the Texas sun…

I'm So Hard(tail)
I'm So Hard(tail)
11 years ago

Despite the name-calling, I would rock those brakes without batting an eye.

11 years ago

I had the pink Hope calipers on a few bikes back in the day, coupled with a pink King headset. Might have to bring that style back.

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