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USE Tula Spin Stix Titanium Road Skewers


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A wheel skewer is a thing of necessity, and at the same time, a component that's a great place to add a personal touch to your bike. These USE Tula Spin Stix Titanium Road Skewers come in four anodized colors so that you can match your kit or add just a touch of dazzle to your steed.

From a usage perspective, Tula Spin Stix offer more than just color options. They are a twist on the traditional quick release skewer design. The difference is that they twist to tighten, rather than using cam pressure to secure the wheel in the dropout. Righty tighty, left loosey -- it's that simple. The genius in the design is that once the skewer nut is set, all that's required to properly secure the wheel is a 3/4 turn with the aerodynamically sculpted Tula fly nut.

USE Tula Spin Stix Titanium Road Skewers have CNC machined 7075 aluminum ends connected by a sturdy titanium rod. They're anodized in Black, Blue, Red, and Silver with laser etched graphics. Besides looking good, they're super light at 55 grams for the pair.

  • CNC machined 7075 aluminum ends connected by titanium rods
  • Aerodynamically sculpted fly nuts

Tech Specs

[axle] titanium, [lever, nut] aluminum
[front] 5x100 mm, [rear] 5x130 mm
Compatible Components:
road wheels
Recommended Use:
road racing

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Wheel Skewer NOT Quick Release

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

My fault for not reading the description closer! This is NOT a quick release like I expected. You install the wheel with the skewer, then twist the nut until it's finger tight. Finally, you twist the "fly nut" lever almost another complete turn to tighten the wheel. It can be tricky to position the fly nut lever so that it doesn't rub frame or fork. This system may be lighter, but it's definitely not quicker for on/off. The system does the job, but I far prefer a traditional quick release set-up.

How well does the "twist" to lock feature of this skewer work? Is it as secure as the typical cam-lock skewers?

The twist lock on these skewers works as well as your typical cam-lock skewers. Some riders actually feel these are more secure than the cam style skewers.

Are these skewers as reliable as standard...

Are these skewers as reliable as standard QR cams? Thanks.

Super reliable and easy to use, I actually feel more confident using these than regular skewers.

hi I am a big guy I weigh 285 and enjoy...

hi I am a big guy I weigh 285 and enjoy mountain biking I am looking for a bike and gear that will support me. and the torture I do to it

Best Answer

Hi John I don't these would be relevant for you as they are road skewers.