Improved Performance from Aztec Powerlines

(PRWEB) July 21, 2005

Following the successful launch of the United States has made the cable system with a patented anti-compression direct link, in 2003, Aztec Powerlines now claim to have improved the performance of their products in important key areas. Capitalizing on higher production volumes acquired with the popularity of the product, manufacturer, Delta Cycle Corporation have invested in improved products for both the brake Aztec Powerlines and cable systems in speed.

Reengineering of all components of the external cable that includes the special self lubricating liner inner and outer sheath of precision metal bonds has allowed the system to be easier to install and set up accurately. The result is a cleaner feel, especially on the critical speed cable assembly without the need for frequent adjustment of the system ‘beds in’. Campagnolo equipped bike not miss performance gains of special cables that are compatible Powerlines son interiors are also available.

“Every cyclist is interested in getting better braking performance and change. We recognize that it is for us to improve our product in every way possible to improve the experience for cyclists when using our product, “said Delta? s marketing director Jeff Greenstein. “Frankly, get valuable feedback from both riders helped us better understand the product of

About Delta Cycle Corp.

Delta Cycle

based in Massachusetts provided the cycling industry with innovative products for the past 15 years. Delta sells its products under its brands and Delta Aztec home and abroad. All items are designed in Foxborough, USA office headed by Philip J. Karl, director of design at Delta. The products are available from bike shops and leading sports shops or

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