Ceramic Speed was founded by Jacob Csizmadia in 1999 with key sevices of upgrading bicycles and other sporting equipment.
Jacob held a world record in 1998 for 24 hr inline skating, and was the first to break the 500 km barrier. In 1997 the record stood at 402 km and the progress to 505 km in 1998 was mostly caused by the shift from steel to ceramic bearings. After that he started specialising in race bike upgrading, and has worked closely together with international teams at the Tour de France.
Jacob personally supervises upgrades of bicycles for professional teams and individual racing enthusiasts, to ensure unsurpassed quality, performance and high value.
The most important goal is not to participate in the race. The most important goal is to win!
With CeramicSpeed you have a better chance than your competitors!
Upgrades are available for Zipp, Mavic and Campagnolo wheels plus Campagnolo, Shimano and Sram derailleurs and bottom brackets.