Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Steamer Industries featured on Dirt website once again!


Pretty happy to have the product featured on Dirt which is one of the biggest mountainbiking websites in the world!

Thanks again to David Quinlan for filming and editing the video, and Billy at dirt for getting it on there homepage!

Thursday, 30 June 2011

New Product - Steamer Industries Anglesets

Here they are, the inclusive Steamer Industries first ever angle reducer cups, these cups come with a 2 degree offset. Really happy with how these turned out..

Should be selling for around the €70 mark.. contact me if intrested in a set.

A Night with Steamer Industries- How its made..

More Mountain Biking Videos

Just a big of an insight into how I make my products and the environment I work in..

Cheers to David Quinlan for making the video - visit his own blog here - http://classyas.wordpress.com

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Custom Steamer Product: Sunn Radical lowering shock shuttle

This is a new product I have recently machined up for a mate who rides on board a Sunn Radical. Only slightly heavier than the stock product it gives a good way to adjust the bike for different tracks and make the bike handle better in general

Can be fitted with 3, 2, 1 and zero offset so get optimal Geo for any track. 

Contact Kev if intrested in the product.

Thursday, 7 April 2011

DHR Exclusive.

Steamer Industries recently got an old Turner DHR in to be updated and restored.
The bike came into me with a sick paint job but mechanically and geometrically was a bit outdated.
The the linkage and swingarm in needed a good bit of fixing.
I fitted a new linkage, bearings bolts and seals.
I then drilled the swingarm to update the geometry, there were also a few pinch bolts I had to drill out and re-thread in the too.
After all this was done I went around the the whole bike and gave it a full service and set up the suspension for the rider.

After all this the DHR was ready for the hill!
Came in a bit haggard but is now solid!
Geo before   BB 14.6"   HA 65 deg
Geo after      BB 13.65" HA 63 deg

Customer came to collect her toady and was very happy with the result.

Keep 'em tidy!

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Steamer Industries Maxle Kit

Maxle Kit

Had a friend over recently with a maxle in rag order, came up with this simple solution.

No more faffing about with stupid dodgy maxles with this on your bike. Lighter, stronger, simple and  effective.

Made from 6082 T6 aluminium and uses a polymer washer so as not to damage your fork lower and is SUPER light

Sits flush and looks clean ( only available in Ireland.)

Maxle Kits are a perfect solution to fixing a broken maxle or to end the hassle with the complicated system in place at the moment. Not just a fix but also an upgrade! 

Kits range from € 20 including fitting. New maxles cost up to 80 euro, why bother when you can fix or upgrade at Steamer Industries. 

Anyone intrested contact Kev at 

Contact me at Kevin@watermarkeng.ie or  +353 851331104 

Monday, 21 March 2011

Southerndownhill Review

Big thanks to Matt Wrag for posting up this review on the Southern Downhill.

Great description and photos, awesome to see so many people stoked on this product proceeds going towards funding first season in Elites and a another season of testing and prototypes.

Cheers K_DOG

Saturday, 19 March 2011

Mount Kit Guide


Follow the link to see what size bushing will fit your bike, include the size while ordering to make things easier for me and yourself. Follow the simple instructions provided in the Mount Kit guide

Thanks KC

Friday, 18 March 2011

Filming with Through The Roots

Recently the usual heads and I had the chance to do some filming with students producing a film about mountainbiking in Ireland. We rode in Carrick and Djouce Woods.

Weekend in the mountains on pinkbike.com

The crew will be posting updates throughout the filming via their facebook page.


Wicklow, IRE

Rear/Bottom Offsetter
Front/Top Offsetter
Custom Hangar
Kevin Coughlan
DHR Square
Gavin Kelly
DHR Round
Eoin Ó'Siochrú
Nigel Glynn
Stephen Mellon

moar »

More soon KC.

Dirt Magazine Website Feature- Steamer Industries


Yesterday I was on the phone to Steve Jones from Dirt Magazine talking about my Offset Bushings. Luckily I now have a feature on the DIRT Website and orders have rocketed. Read the article on the website (follow the link above to get a real insight to the bushings, how they work and how they are made.


A Night with Steamer Industries

Pictures a friend took one night I was at work on the offsetters for a mates Ironhorse Sunday http://classyas.wordpress.com/2011/02/11/a-night-in-steamer-industries/