There are now around 100 lubricants that deliver amazing day in day out performance. How do you separate out which lubricant delivers on its marketing claims and which brings little more to market than just great marketing?
How do you know who makes the fastest chain/s? Or the longest lasting? (or sometimes a pretty good balance of those two key attributes).
If you race and want to save a bunch of watts currently being lost in your drive train efficiency based on extremely robust and independent testing & facts – ZFC is the site for you.
If you train a lot and are tired of ripping through chains and cassettes as well as fighting a never ending and time consuming battle to keep drivetrain clean – ZFC is the site for you.
If you ride casually / commute and don’t care about watts but you do care about parts longevity, low drivetrain maintenance and running costs – ZFC is the site for you.
If you like the nerdy side of cycling and want to see open independent test results as well as full detail on test protocols – ZFC is the site for you. Make a cuppa (or 3) and strap yourself in.
The bicycle is a truly magnificent machine. Life is too short to ride high friction, high parts wearing, dirty gritty drivetrains.
Welcome to Zero Friction Cycling and say goodbye to easily avoidable friction.
Welcome to Zero Friction Cycling and say hello to objective testing and facts vs marketing hyperbole.
(*Note we do also offer outstanding bearing upgrades – our two very carefully assessed and selected bearing suppliers – Kogel and HSC – both offer a great genuine upgrade on stock bearings, and at a fair and sane price. Is it worth spending $100 to $300 to genuinely save some watts on average stock bearings? in my view yes. Is it worth spending another couple hundred of top of that with some brands to save an extra 0.05w – maybe – on what Kogel and HSC offer – that becomes a more difficult recommendation. I do not believe you can find better genuine watts saving + dependable performance bearing upgrades for the $ versus Kogel / HSC).
** ALSO if you purchase an ultrasonic cleaned and waxed chain, you are eligible to send an existing new unused chain to Zero Friction Cycling to be ultrasonic clean & waxed for just the price of return shipping the chain. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to organise this free clean and wax service!