Silverfish Finance

We are pleased to announce that we are now offering 0% finance on our ex-demo and clearance bikes. Finance applications can be made via email in three easy steps.

  1. Register on our website here
  2. Send us an email including the name of the bike you are interested in, your full name, address, Silverfish UK account number, email address and mobile number
  3. Fill out the application provided to you via email or text by our finance partner

Emails should be sent to sales@silverfish-uk.com with the subject reading “Finance Application”.

For further details you can visit our Finance FAQ page. Alternatively you can make your finance application during office hours by phone.

Tel:01752 843 882

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Frequently Asked Questions - REVL
I am having trouble centring my brake. What should I do?
The centre pivot can be used to centre your REVL brake. Insert a 5mm allen key into the front of the centre pivot and turn in either direction until, when actuating the brake lever, the arms move the same distance on both sides. It only takes a slight adjustment of the spring to make to properly centre your brake. If you've centred your brake and it won't stay centred, the cable housing is usual...
Are REVL brakes compatible with the new Dura-Ace 7900?
I hear the REVL Rockarolla is interchangeable. What's up with that? The Hive offers two rocker options, labeled with the approximate leverage ratio provided by the rocker. The force gain is either "1.3"or "1.4". The 1.3 leverage ratio is appropriate for Dura-Ace 7800 and prior, Campagnolo, and SRAM products. 1.4 is for Dura Ace 7900, and UltegraSL/6700. Note: 1.4 can be run on any lever for mor...
I have carbon rims. Can I use the stock pads supplied?

REVL brakes come stock with Swissstop pads.

You can use these, but it is not recommended. Since the construction and resin in each brand of carbon rim is different, you should defer to your carbon rim supplier's recommended brake pad.

Do REVL brakes really have braking force equivalent to top-level dual pivots?

Yes. We've engineered a cam that increases mechanical advantage in the system. The result is we can build a brake that performs as well as dual pivot competitors, but has a significant weight advantage.

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