Rinasclta Knowledge Base

Welcome to the ultimate Rinasclta Bike Knowledge Base! Are you one of those adventurous souls who are passionate about building your own bike from scratch? Then, you’ve come to the right place! Here, we’ve gathered all the information you need to take your two-wheeled dreams from an idea to a reality. Get ready to dive into the world of cycling like never before. From selecting the right components to putting the final touches, this knowledge base is your one-stop-shop for all things bike building. So, grab your toolkit, fasten your helmet, and let’s get started on your DIY biking adventure!

How We Test Our Products

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Safety Test Standard

ISO 4210-6:2015(Now 2023 Version): Cycles — Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 6: Frame and fork test methods

EN Standards 14764, 14765, 14766 and 14781

AS/NZS Standard 1927:1998

Get ready to experience the ultimate in safety and performance with our carbon fiber bike frames! At Rinasclta bike, we take the safety of our riders seriously and that’s why all of our frames undergo rigorous testing based on the EN ISO 4210-6:2015 safety standard. This standard, also known as Cycles – Safety requirements for bicycles- Part 6: Frame and fork test methods (ISO 4210-6:2015), sets the bar for quality and safety in the cycling industry.

Our frames undergo a series of tests, including the impact test (falling mass), frame and front fork assembly-Impact test (falling frame), frame fatigue test with pedalling forces, frame fatigue test with horizontal forces, and fatigue test with a vertical force.

In addition, our forks also undergo thorough testing, including the front fork static bending test, front fork rearward impact test, front fork bending fatigue test and rearward impact test, and the fork intended for use with hub or disc brakes static brake-torque test and brake mount fatigue test. We believe that our riders deserve the best, and that’s why we’ve taken every precaution to ensure that our carbon fiber bike frames are safe, reliable, and perform at the highest level. So, whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, you can feel confident that you’re riding with the best.

1.H/T Stiffness 90N-m/deg above
2.BB Stiffness 170N/mm above
3.Rear Triangle Stiffness (single side) 18N/mm above
4.Rear Triangle Stiffness (both side) 38N/mm above
5.Frame / Fork assembly- impact test (falling mass)Racing Height: 212mmNo damage a/f testing
MTB Height: 360mm
6.Fore shockROAD:ST:70KG,BB:0 kg,HT:0 kgNo damage a/f testing
7.LCF(Frame-fatique test with horizontal forces ROAD:100000 no damage
MTB:500000 no damage
8.CSF(Frame-fatique tset with pulling forces) 100000 w/ no damage
9.CSF(Frame-fatique tset with pulling forces)ROAD:Left & Right force: 230kg100000 w/ no damage
MTB:Left & Right force: 230kg
10.Frame Fatique test with Vertical forces 50000 w/ no damage
11.Vibration fatigueROAD:ST:70KG,BB:0 kg,HT:0 kg30000 w/ no damage
12.Disc brake fatigueForce: 60kgf, Frequency: 3Hz30000 w/ no damage
13.H/T Strength 300kgf above
14.S/T Strength 350kgf above


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Bike Safety Checklist: Essential Items to Check Before Your Next Ride

Riding a bike is a fun and healthy activity, but it’s important to make sure your bike is in good working order before each ride. This can help prevent accidents and ensure a smooth and enjoyable ride. Here is a bike safety checklist of essential items to check before your next ride:

  1. Nuts, bolts, screws, and other fasteners: Regularly check that all nuts, bolts, screws, and other fasteners are tight. Loose fasteners can cause the bike to shift or fall apart during a ride, which can be dangerous. Use a torque wrench to tighten fasteners to the manufacturer’s specifications.

  2. Tires & Wheels: Check the tire pressure before each ride to make sure they are properly inflated. Also, inspect the tires for cuts, cracks, or other damage that can cause a flat or blowout while riding. Make sure the wheels are properly aligned and the spokes are tight.

  3. Brakes: Check the brake pads for wear and replace them if necessary. Make sure the brake cables are properly adjusted and not frayed or damaged. Test the brakes to make sure they are working properly and provide enough stopping power.

  4. Wheel retention system: Ensure that the quick-release lever on the wheel retention system is securely closed. The quick-release lever should be tight enough to hold the wheel in place, but not so tight that it’s difficult to open.

  5. Seat post: Check that the seat post is securely fastened and tightened to the correct height. The seat should not move or slip while riding.

  6. Handlebar and saddle alignment: Make sure the handlebars and saddle are properly aligned and not twisted. This can help prevent discomfort and injury while riding.

  7. Handlebar ends: Check that the handlebar ends are securely fastened and not loose. Handlebar ends that are loose or missing can cause the handlebars to shift or come off during a ride.

In conclusion, conducting a safety check before each ride can help prevent accidents and ensure a safe and enjoyable ride. Don’t forget to check these essential items before your next ride!

Fastener Torque Specifications

AxleSolid axle nuts (non-quick-release type)29.4-44
Cassette sprocket lockring
Hub cone locking nut
Chris King12.2
Freehub body
Shimano® XTR w/ 14mm Hex45–50
Threaded headset locknut
Chris King® Gripnut type14.6–17
Stem binder bolt: Quill type for threaded headsets
Generic brand range16-18
Threadless stem steering column binder bolts
FSA® carbon8.8
Syncros® cotter bolt type10.1
Time® Monolink5
Race Face®6.2
Stem handlebar binder: 1 or 2 binder bolts
Control Tech®13.6–16.3
Stem handlebar binder: 4-bolt faceplate
Control Tech®13.6–16.3
Deda® magnesium8
FSA® OS-115 carbon8.8
Race Face®6.2
Time® Monolink6
MTB handlebar end extensions
Cane Creek®7.9
Control Tech®16.3
Seat rail binder
Control Tech® two-bolt type16.3
Control Tech® one-bolt type33.9
Syncros®5 each bolt
Time® Monolink5
Truvativ®M8 bolt: 22–24
M6 bolt: 6–7.1
Seat post binder*Campagnolo®4–6.8
NOTE: Seat posts require only minimal tightening to not slip downward. Avoid over tightening.
Bottom bracket: cartridge type
Shimano® Hollowtech® II34.5–49.1
Campagnolo® (three-piece type)70
Campagnolo® Ultra-Torque® cups35
Race Face®47.5
White Industries™27