Jamie’s Tourmalet

Jamie’s Tourmalet

Jamie from Trinity Sports Management needed a box for his trip to Tour Down Under – here it is (in RAL1015 powder-coat finish).

 

As he said, the box was “Turning heads all over Aus.”

Tourmalet workstand set now available!

Tourmalet workstand set now available!

These have been a while in development but are now shipping. Thank you to the four test pilots for all your valuable feedback!

Convert your Tourmalet box into a fully functioning workstand with these two lightweight fittings – these are attached using the latches on the box for a secure fit.

Rear wheels and pedals can be installed to frame to allow full function of drivetrain and rear brakes.

The front fitting clamps the front for dropout (both QR and thru-axle hubs versions available) whilst the rear fitting supports the bottom bracket shell, secured by a strap. There is plenty of fore and aft movement available to accommodate all bikes from the shortest track bike to longer touring machines.

Front fitting has a handy tray for organising tools and components

Fully compatible with all Tourmalet boxes shipped to date.

Available here or as an option when ordering a new Tourmalet box.

 

Pure white

Pure white

This Ventoux Road in white winged its way to Japan last week – sometimes the most simple colour schemes have the most impact…

Back in the studio

Back in the studio

Last week we were back in the studio in Plymouth with Tobie Loates Photography to shoot the MTB variant of the Ventoux. This box is printed in the new “Spokes” design, our new standard graphics. The full suite of photos including details of all the axle fitting variants will be uploaded to the website product pages as soon as possible.

TSA locks

TSA locks

From December 1st 2019, shipments of all boxes will feature latches with integrated Transport Security Administration (TSA) recognised locks – this in response to customer requests for enhanced security.

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Photo shoot for new box graphics

Photo shoot for new box graphics

In the studio this week with Tobie Loates ( www.tobieloatesphotography.com ) to shoot new print designs which will become the new standard graphics for all Tourmalet and Ventoux models.

The full set of studio images will be added to the website product pages over the coming weeks – more news then!