All-City: Copper Parts Dropper May 11, 2012

Break out the Sodium Chloride, Ammonium Hydroxide and Ammonium Chloride. All-City‘s got some new copper parts that are begging for a nice purple-hued patina. Head to your LBS because these are limited.

  • Wonder how long that plating will last on the cog

    • I have a TREE Lite sprocket that’s copper plated. Still fine after like 4 years.

    • Jeff

      I’ve been riding one for about four months and so far it’s held up perfectly.

  • a great way to match the rivets on a Brooks saddle methinks

  • Nuck Chorris

    FUBAR Bicycle Products has had these copper track cogs for at least 6mo, and they’re not limited stock at all.