What we do
In 2020 two competing companies released their data acquisition systems for public sale. Until that point, they had only been used by a small number of the world's fastest downhill racers.
The aim of Dialled was to take World Cup level suspension set-up to the grassroots racer and the everyday rider. After all, the suspension components used are the same.
Whether you are a serious racer or an amateur rider looking to get the most from your bike, book now to release the potential of your bike.
We can cater for everything from a one day suspension set-up through to team camps. We offer the use of both the Motion Instruments system used by the likes of Greg Minaar and the BYB system used by Commencal Muc-off. These are the two systems used by almost all professional racers now.
We are also the first in the UK to use Brake Ace and will be offering analysis days very soon.
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One Giant Leap, Llangollen
Bike Park Wales
Dyfi Bike Park
Forest of Dean
Caersws Bike Park
"Dave is a pleasure to work with. He's knowledgeable, personable and got my bikes riding like a dream! Highly recommended!"
Brands we specialise in
We're happy to research and work with practically any bike. However, our ambassador program has given us a much deeper insight into certain bikes including Santa Cruz, Trek, Scott, Saracen and Forbidden.
Take a look at just some of the brands we worked with and the achievements of our riders.
"Honestly, that's mad. Well impressed" - Alyssa Podesta
Suspension set-up is not something that only racers can benefit from. A good set-up will make your bike climb better, descend better, find more grip, feel more lively and generally make it more fun to ride.
You don't need to be an expert either. If you are able to say "that felt better" or "that felt worse" then you know enough.
Why wouldn't you want to get the most out of your bike?
Interested in becoming a brand ambassador?
Drop us an email or Instagram message and tell us what you are all about.
(check out the blog 'Looking forwards to a new year'. You'll get some tips)