Museum of Mountain Bike Art & Technology




 Before cassettes, hubs were pretty simple to make.  Machine out a chunk of aluminum, drill some spoke holes, shove a couple of sealed cartridge bearing in the end, machine some freewheel threads and you're ready for market.  With the advent of cassettes, it got a lot more complicated.  Some manufacturers gave up and other came to take their place.  Some of the new guys used materials such as titanium, Lexan and carbon fiber.  Check out the galleries below to see some of their efforts. Eventually, we will have quite a few models listed so we have broken it down into three sections: Hubs from A-CHubs from D-M and Hubs from N-Z.  There is also a separate gallery for hub parts and accessories.


The slideshow below contains hubs from A-C

Includes: Bullseye



The slideshow below contains hubs from D-M

Includes:  Isolator, Hi-E, Mavic



The slideshow below contains hubs from N-Z

Includes: Nuke Proof, Tioga, White Industries



The slideshow below contains hub parts and accessories

Includes: quick release skewers, cassettes