Maxima Racing Oils Announces Bike Division

October 9, 2015 11:10am | by:

San Diego, CAMaxima Racing Oils, a vertical manufacturer of high performance lubricants is proud to announce its expansion into the bike industry with the launch of Maxima BIKE, a complete line of performance lubricants for all bicycle needs.

The complete portfolio offers bike specific products, including dropper-style wet/dry/wax chain lubes and PLUSH MTB specific suspension fluids. Also included in the line are progressive crossover products such as, BIO Wash cleaner, SG-920 specialty seal grease, Racing Hi-Temp brake fluid, and a safe-guarded secret of World Cup mechanics in SC1"New Bike In a Can."

The grassroots formulas in the Maxima BIKE lubricants are derived from their successful powersports products, which have been put to the test in their thirty-six years of racing heritage. Not to be confused, Maxima's first endeavor in the bicycle industry goes back as early as 1994, where custom suspension and chain wax formulas have been produced for many top bicycle companies.

Chain Lubes

Available in three different formulas, a wet, dry, and wax-based chain lube can be used for the specific riding conditions any rider may encounter, whether in the dirt or on the road

Suspension Products

PLUSH MTB specific suspension fluids are revolutionary to the suspension world. The first bicycle specific suspension fluid designed to eliminate stiction, reduce breakaway friction/stick-slip, and be fully compatible with the unique internals of today's advanced suspension systems. PLUSH provides an ultra-smooth action through the whole range of travel.

For the shop professional or the do-it-yourselfer, Maxima's suspension products also include SG-920 Seal Grease, Assembly Lube, and Suspension Clean aerosol spray.

Ancillary Products

Completing the line, many other products are available, such as Maxima BIO Wash, MPPL (Multi-Purpose Penetrant Lube), Contact Cleaner, Waterproof Grease, Assembly Lube, Racing Brake Fluid, and a safe guarded secret of World Cup mechanics in SC1 "New Bike In a Can."