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Are ceramic wheel bearings any good?
There are bearings in the wheel hubs, the headset, bottom bracket, pedals and jockey wheels, and they’re commonly made from steel. There has been a lot of hype about ceramic bearings in recent years and many people claim they offer a performance upgrade.
Why are ceramic ball bearings so important?
The importance of ball bearings is far greater than their size might suggest, which is why the cycling industry is making such a fuss over ceramic balls. Here鈥檚 the deal: ceramic balls are generally rounder, smoother, harder and lighter than steel balls, so should theoretically provide less friction and greater longevity.
Are ceramic bearings worth the hype?
A lot of it is hype. Ceramic bearings are used in industrial machines because they spin at 25,000rpm and there are significant advantages, but a bike wheel only spins at, say, 300rpm, so the differences compared to the very high-quality steel balls we were already using is very slight.鈥?/div>Are ceramic bearings worth it? | Cyclist
Why hybrid ceramic bearings?
In 1997 Dave read about ceramic bearings and started his research on why at the higher running speeds, those hybrid ceramic bearings were being used. The ceramic balls are 60% lighter and offer 40% less friction over the steel balls.