Respro pollution masks

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Yes the haze has gone – That’s just fantastic for all but owning a pollution mask that is washable, looks good and have replaceable filters for different PM situations that you can carry with you anywhere. That’s what owning a Respro is about – Protection for your health and lungs.

Allergy Mask – $60
NiteSight Mask (Reflective) – $60
City Mask – $50
Sportsta Mask $70
Cinqro Mask – $100
FB-1 Mask – $75

City maskThe City™ anti-pollution mask offers screening from the inhalation of nuisance dusts and odours associated with vehicle exhaust emissions. The filter (DACC) used in the mask, has been specifically developed for filtering a wide variety of nuisance dusts and odours commonly found in major cities.  The two Techno™ exhalation valves allow unwanted heat, carbon dioxide and water vapour out ensuring comfort as well as function. Rated PM10.0

respro cyclist2The Respro® Sportsta™ mask combines Hepa-Type filtration performance associated with sub-micron pollutants such as pollen and other irritant dusts, with a lightweight Neotex aerated mask. The 1-3-37Sportsta™ mask offers maximum ventilation without sacrificing filtration. To maximize rider performance, state of the art Powa™ valves are a standard feature and a must for all who ride to their limits. I just love the mesh design.

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The Sportsta™ mask is usable in all outdoor sports pursuits where high levels of non-toxic dusts are present.

Not only are Respro lab certified, the are a team that looks into how better and wider can they offer products that truly protect you.

The Cinqro™ mask is the most recent addition to the Respro®range. It focuses on the ‘urban trainer’, the ‘home runner’ or cinqro-mask-white-with-maskthe multi-sport end user where breathing rates are typically higher than your average commuter.

The two new Powa™ Elite valves on the Cinqro™ mask allow for faster air flow when working out at elevated breathing patterns, i.e. when you are giving it the beans from A to B. This equates to less back-pressure, less dampness in the filter, improved filtration and lower inhalation resistance, which in turn leads to improved comfort and performance.

fb-1 firemanNotable is the FB-1™

Developed in conjunction with the St Austell Watch of the UK Fire Brigade Services, the FB-1™ mask is the Firefighters mask of choice. The FB-1™ dustmask is now provided to firefighters all over the world to protect them from contamination in circumstances where breathing apparatus would not normally be considered or used. The FB-1™ mask and its filter have been designed and
manufactured to EN149 (European Standard for filtering face pieces) and is capable of filtering respirable sub-micron particulates.allergy

Luminari is focusing her efforts on 3 areas:

Outdoor sports: Cycling, Running and Public Safety. We carry the Allergy, Sportsta, City. Cinqro and FB-1 masks.

USPs for Respro:

  1. The Neoprene makes it washable so no smelly sweat stained smells from perspiration
  2. Replaceable filters for different particulate addressing PM10 to PM0.3Bj air
  3. Upgradable valves for those activities that required you to breathe harder and faster

KEEP one in your travel bag especially if you have to travel to polluted cities. Dhaka

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Time Pedals – Many say they are the best in their class

For TIME, performance and biomechanics are one and the same. Customisable pedals
Xpresso series.

TIME has revolutionized clipless pedal technology and introduces its newest generation : Xpresso. The Iclic concept – pre-open clipless system (TIME patent) – allows more intuitive engagement without any rubbing. Moreover, the carbon flexion blade and the oversize 700 mm2 platform gives the pedal a record surface area/ weight factor. Pedals start from 66.5g!

Only by respecting the natural movements of your legs and joints, with angular and lateral float, as well as precise adjustment to the sensation or “feel” of the float, and with adjustable Q-factor Adjustment, can you decrease the risk of joint trauma and optimize performance following 3 points: security, ergonomics and performance.

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What technologies help our users and riders? For Road bikers the Xpress are amazing, light, built for performance. Large Surface Area -Reduce pedal hot spots. Low Stack Height –  More efficient power transfer. iClic System- Pre-opened pedal engagement (TIME patent)Xpresso 12

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Turning our attention onto MTB pedals. starting from 124g and filled with innovations and technologies. The ATAC System combines an ultra light design with and exceptional mud and debris clearing system, thanks to its self-cleaning concept with an easy engagement and a mastered step-out. It is the preferred pedal of elite cyclocross and mtb riders. Simple Step-in – Optimal angle for simple and fast step-in. Release Angle – NEW! 10º of release angle – ATAC EASY Cleats Cleats allow choice of release angle (13º or 17º) – ATAC Cleats.Self-cleaning- Clip in action cleans out any debris. Aluminum Body – Large platform overbuilt for durability. Oversized Axle -Large diameter axle for solid power transmission and stability in all conditions. We are recruiting dealers* for these pedals. IF your preferred dealer does not range them. You can order them direct and we will mail it to you!

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Tech Tip is for bikes with OCL Joints. Tightening OCL Hinge Shaft. Please read.

Please check the tightness of the OCL Joint Hinge Shafts on a weekly basis if you ride the bike frequently. If you ride only occasionally, checking once a month is sufficient.
What models are affected?

Castro D8, Castro Duo, Castro P7i, Eclipse P18, Eclipse P18L, Eclipse P24h, Eclipse P7i, Eclipse P9, Eclipse S11i, Eclipse S18, Eclipse Uno, Eclipse X20, Link D16, Link D7i, Link D8, Link N8, Link P24h, Link P7i, Link P9, Link Uno, Node D16, Node D7i, Node D8, Swoop D7i, Swoop D8, Swoop Duo, Verge Duo, Verge P18, Verge P20, Verge P9, Verge P9L, Verge S11i, Verge S27h, Verge X10, Verge X18, Verge X20, Verge X30h
Hinge Shaft Location on OCL Joint. The OCL Joint has two (2) Hinge Shafts: one on top and one on the bottom.
Tools Needed:
Torque Wrench or 5 mm Hex Key
Instructions:
1. Open the OCL Frame Lever

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2. Remove the Hinge Shaft Plug if present. Both the upper and lower Hinge Shafts should be tightened with a Torque Wrench to a value of 10-12 Nm. Tighten the Hinge Shaft all the way down to achieve required torque value. Depending on the condition of the bike, tightening the Hinge Shaft may require force greater than 10-12 Nm. Please ensure that both Hinge Shafts are tightened so that they are fully seated and can no longer rotate.

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3. Close the OCL Frame Lever.

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Note: Please check that the Adjustment Bolt is properly adjusted to achieve a closing force of 60 – 80 N. To understand how to adjust the Frame Lever, please refer to this video

If you are unsure how to do this operation, please take your bike to your local bike dealer that you bought the bike for help.

If you find that the Hinge Shaft rotates freely without resistance, please stop riding and bring your bike to your bike dealer that you bought the bike for a service inspection.

Tern bicycles limited voluntary recall – please log in your details. ONLY frames beginning with “AI”

Hi everyone,

important_notice

We received notice that there is a limited voluntary recall.  Please take note that even though your bike may begin with “AI”, your bike may NOT be part of the recall. We understand that Tern is conducting a limited voluntary recall of select batches of Link frames manufactured between August 2011 and April 2012.

The purpose of the link is to submit your bike information to confirm if your bike is affected or not.

Models in this Recall

The recall is for select batches of bikes produced between August 2011 and April 2012. Models include:

  • Link D7i
  • Link D8
  • Link D24
  • Link P7i Coaster Brake
  • Link P7i V-Brake
  • Link P9
  • Link P24h
  • Link Uno

What do I have to do?

STEP 1: Check your Frame Number

If you own one of the above models, the first step is to check your bike’s Frame Number.

Your Frame Number is a unique 10-digit alphanumeric number (e.g. AI11334567) stamped underneath the bottom bracket.

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If your Frame Number begins with “AI”, your bike MAY be part of the recall and you should follow the steps below.

If your Frame Number does NOT begin with “AI”, then your bike is NOT part of this recall.

STEP 2: What to Do

If your Frame Number starts with “AI”, please STOP riding your bicycle and use the form below to submit the requested info, plus photos of your Service Tag Number and Frame Number.

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By submitting this form, you give permission to Tern, its distributors and dealers to contact you regarding this recall. Please log into http://www.ternbicycles.com/support/notice/14/05

Please indicate your dealer invoice number and date of purchase so we can expedite the verifications if the bike is included in this recall.