Aire Velo Bearings range of steel, stainless steel and ceramic (Si3N4) balls can be used anywhere on the bike but are usually used either in the headset or the wheels. Read more further down the page or browse through products below.
The steel and stainless steel balls are supplied as Grade 10 balls which refers to how precise the ball surface & dimensions are. Most bearings used within the industrial sector have balls specified as Grade 100 so Grade 10 is a very precise ball. The ceramic (Si3N4) balls are supplied as Grade 5 balls which is the highest level of precision you can get for loose balls so they will probably be the smoothest running part on your bike.
All sizes and materials of balls that we offer are supplied in packs of 10 due to their size & minimal cost, including grade 5 and grade 10 balls.
Loose stainless steel and ceramic balls bearings can be purchased online from Aire Velo Bearings, with packs of 10, 50, 100 and 250 available for. The different options available include:
If you need help trying to determine which ball bearing size you require, Aire Velo Bearings can help you moving forward. We have years of experience when it comes to bike bearings, specialising in headset bearings, bottom bracket bearings, wheel bearings, hub bearings and pedal bearings. Our team can talk to you about you different options and point you in the direction of the product you need.
Loose ball bearings are available for a range of bicycle applications. Whether you require packs of steel balls, packs of stainless steel balls or packs of ceramic balls, we have the products here to suit a range of needs. Please take the time to browse through the variety of different sized solid steel balls and ceramic balls within our product range.
Ball bearings are a type of rolling element that use similarly sized balls to maintain the separation between the bearing races. The bearing balls themselves are the smooth, spherical balls that can be found within ball bearings, although they have other uses too.
Bearing balls come in different grades, including 3, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 1000 and 2000. The smaller the number in the grade, the higher precision.
Air Velo Bearings have loose ball bearing packs available in grades 5 and 10, for the highest levels of precision when you need it most.
A: The ball grades refer to how precise the ball surface and its dimensions are. Most bearings used within the industrial sector have balls specified as Grade 100, meaning Grade 10 is a very precise ball.
A: We also offer packs of 10, 50, and 100.
A: You can order a pack containing one size.