The Ranger GR1 is everything you love about the Ranger, but with built-in tabs for gyros.
Yes, now you too can get to the end of your run without worrying about how many barspins you did, or if you'll need to throw in an oppo whip to free up some precious brake line!
Developed with the likes of Brandon Semenuk and Marcel Hunt, the GR1 means you can ditch those awkward upper gyro plates (that never really worked properly anyway), and get your brake to work perfectly and run the exact stack height you want.
The tabs are offset, so you can run it upside down if you need a little extra room between the stem and your gyro.
Available in 31mm only, machined and assembled in Whistler BC.
CNC Machining is a process in which a piece of raw material or stock is cut into a final desired shape using a computer controlled machine and often several different machine tools. Depending on the operation in question different tools are called, for example ball mills, end mills, thread mills, taps and slitting saws to name a few, all have different uses and come in all manner of shapes and sizes.
Machining produces extremely accurate parts, often to within 0.001" (I know, Canada is mostly metric but the industry predominately uses imperial units), and is renowned for creating a very high-end look with 3D surfacing and clean, strong edges which forging cannot produce.
Because every aspect of the part must be "cut out" machined parts take a long time to produce. A Ranger body for example takes 20 minutes to machine (the face plate is made separately), then it still needs to be deburred, quality checked, anodised, laser etched and assembled.
Our CNC Machined parts are generally more expensive than our Forged parts.