Since 1987 Pace has been generating some of the industry's most innovative product designs. Taking the principle of blending functionality, high performance and a liberal splash of Pace style, their unique and highly individual range of parts are often copied but rarely bettered.
Pace Cycles are recognised as one of the cycle industry's suspension pioneers, and through the years their engineers have developed many industry firsts such as rear mounted fork bridges and brakes, hollow crowns, grease ports, remote lockouts and the use of composites to name but a few. And their latest 2003 lightweight cross-country Hollowform fork range continues this trend with its Patent Pending hollow carbon fibre bridge-slider assembly.
Whilst their range of handbuilt framesets remain the industry's quality benchmark.
Based on the fringe of the North York Moors National Park, Yorkshire, England, Pace is ideally situated to both develop and test its range of forks, frames and clothing. All products are designed and assembled in house, and every weld and precision fork part is produced by a single driving force - their passion and total commitment to mountain biking.