Paul Components Reviews and News


Paul Components Boxcar stem review

A stem is a stem. Except this one just happens to be made in American — and it comes in anodized purple.

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Project Alloy trail bike


For the same money, should you go for a carbon frame with a budget build kit or an alloy frame with a higher end spec?

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Set N’ Forget Paul Component thru axles


OEM thru axles are ok, but they’re often finicky and plastic. Paul Components thought they could do better.

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The Angry Singlespeeder: The balance between old and new


After nearly 30 years, Paul Price is keeping the American-made mountain bike components dream alive. The Angry Singlespeeder explains how he does it.

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Best of Interbike: The coolest new bike products for 2016


What’s the best thing you saw? It’s the No. 1 question we hear after every trade show. And here is our answer. The following — in our collective opinion — represents the newest, coolest and most interesting stuff our Mtbr crew came across throughout the course of the 2015 Interbike trade show.

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Paul Component’s stem cap Camera Mount puts GoPro front-and-center


Fresh Product – Paul Component’s stem cap Camera Mount puts GoPro front-and-center.

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Paul Components Tall and Handsome


The “Tall and Handsome” is definitely not the lightest seat post ever made, but it could be the sexiest, most secure, and easiest to adjust post you’ve ever used. I (Paul) use Brooks saddles exclusively and for me they can never get back enough on the other American made post so I made my own. […]

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