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Riply 296: “I just tested this morning and it’s TOP. You can go do hard and slippery things solo it seriously helps. We were 3, I said to the other 2 not to help me on ultra slippery slab and climbing well. I place my cable, I clung to a tree and I started to try to climb, each took cm thou not waste a bit. It is always bursting to pass a hard thing alone but the other 2 have slipped several times on the slab fell several times and are at the bottom where I have never slipped. Another cool item, I slipped by pushing 2 times next to the bike, my supports were stolen and just hold on to the handlebars, the bike does not fall and me neither.“
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Stuckmate required many calculations, prototyping, multiple versions and two patents. Here is the history of the product and its design.
The idea of stuckmate was born off road.
Whenever faced with a tricky climb, we would ask for help or help a friend become unstuck. However we’d often find that the person with the strap in their backpack had already gone, or was waiting further along the track (sounds familiar?). We would pull as hard as we could, but the guy on the bike would always become unbalanced by the uneven effort of the helpers
Even worse… stalled in a quagmire, we would jumping to secure our mate’s bike… and end the ride wet! Ah! If only he’d had a strap tied to the front of the bike, wrapped around the handlebars, he could have thrown it to us! Of course, it’s dangerous to have a wrapped strap around the handlebars… it could catch on branches or in the front wheel…
But what if the strap were stored safely in a box?… Eureka!
The first components are finally here!
Stress tests results are sound, and with a first start position, Guillaume Bourrand (FreerideConcept), former follower of Marc BOURGEOIS on the World Enduro Championship and French Enduro Championship, is using Stuckmate on one of the toughest races of the world … the Romaniacs!!!
Stuckmate is really designed and made in France
From the patent and all resistance calculations to specifically developed components and packaging, we chose French suppliers to offer you the best quality. Discover here our partners.
Industrial Property : Cabinet BLEGER-RHEIN-POUPON – Reims (51)
BLEGER–RHEIN-POUPON advises on intellectual property and related rights (technological survey, domain names, unfair competition, contracts). Its mission is to assist in the procurement, maintenance, operation and defense of industrial property rights (patents, trademarks, designs …) and related rights.
Resistance calculations : DINCCS-Micado – Charleville-Mézières (08)
The DINCCS Technical Center (Technical Center Dedicated to Digital Engineering / Collaborative Design / Simulation) provides technical support, tools for SMEs to design parts complying with a set of mechanical loads, including the use of topological numerical optimization that minimizes the volume of material used and thus the mass of the parts.
Textile cable: Cousin-Trestec – Werviq (59)
Located in the North of France, COUSIN Trestec specializes in the manufacture of ropes and textile braids. Its competence is developed through a clientele of various fields such as industry, offshore, lifting, handling, automotive but also boating, climbing, paragliding …
Pull handle: Lambin et Ravau – Comines (59)