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K-Edge and Tomac Announce Collaboration



K-Edge and Tomac Announce Collaboration

Boise, Idaho based K-Edge Cycling Solutions, a division of AceCo Sport Group
and Lincoln, Nebraska based Tomac Bikes have collaborated on what could be
considered the most technically advanced chain suck frame protection ever
developed. The K-Edge Anti-Chain Suck (ACS) was specifically designed for
Tomac’s soon to be introduced Supermatic 120 carbon fiber superbike.

“When I saw the clean design and CNC detailing on the K-Edge Chain Catcher,”
says Tomac owner Joel Smith “I instantly contacted the guys at K-Edge to design something for our new Supermatic.”

The ACS is CNC machined from aluminum billet and has two fully adjustable
pucks that can be moved to fit a variety of chainring sizes. The ACS fits between the BB shell and the frame and is both compact and lightweight at 28 grams.

“Typically carbon fiber frames are protected by a small aluminum plate glued to
the frame,“ says K-Edge’s Joe Savola. “We took a whole other approach. We
wanted to keep the chain from ever having the opportunity to reach the frame.
The adjustable puck system provides both maximum protection and

The K-Edge ACS is being built exclusively for Tomac and will come standard on the Supermatic 120. K-Edge Cycling Solutions has an aftermarket version in the works that is scheduled for release early next year.

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For additional information, contact Joe Savola at K-Edge Cycling Solutions, 208-343-7712 or Joel Smith at Tomac Bikes,, 402-261-3988.

Tomac Bikes is headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. Tomac Bikes strives
for high performance, innovation, and superior products.

Contact: Joel Smith
Tomac Bikes

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