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3T Mountain Team Stem 3T Mountain Team Stem
With its 7075 T6 body and titanium bolts, the Mountain Team Stem is the lightest offering in 3T's off-road line, comparing quite favorably with many road-specific stems. Low weight isn't synonymous with low reliability, though, and the already durable 7075 T6 alloy is made even more resistant to torsional flex with a squared cross section. The wide stem clamping plate further contributes to the stem's stiff reliability.
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Avid Juicy/BB7 Disc Brake Pad Avid Juicy/BB7 Disc Brake Pad
This rectangular pad set, enough for one brake, works with all of the Juicy hydraulic brakes and the cable-operated BB7. Since you never want to ride metal on metal, it's always good to have two sets of pads around, so you don't need to hustle to find pads when you suddenly realize you need to replace your old pads the Friday night before a big weekend of riding. Included in the kit are two pads and a spreader spring for one brake. Choose organic or metallic compound.
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Avid Post Mount Brake Adapter Avid Post Mount Brake Adapter
Finagle your mismatched brake rotors and post mounts into a coherent speed-regulating package with the Avid Post Mount Brake Adapters. Just find your rotor size and fork/frame interface, then pick the adapter kit that's right for your current setup. Easy peasy.
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Civilian Bicycle Co. Sliding Dropouts Civilian Bicycle Co. Sliding Dropouts
The Sliding Dropouts found on a Civilian Bicycle Co. steed have the derailleur hanger integrated. And if you're riding a Civilian how its builder intended, you're bound to tweak that hanger at sometime. So, Mr. Hart thought ahead and made these droupouts available on their own. These sliders are made from 7075 T6 aluminum, and they offer a precise alignment of the derailleur for sure shifting. They'll fit the Luddite, Young Turk, Vive Le Roi, Le Roi Le Veut, and Corduroy Rebel. Please note that these are sold individually as dropouts for the Single Speed Drive-side, Drive-side with Hanger, Non-drive with Disc Tabs, and Non-drive without Disc Tabs.
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Deity Components Blacklabel 15 Riser Bar Deity Components Blacklabel 15 Riser Bar
With strength proven on World Cup downhill courses and accolades accumulated from industry publications, the Deity Components Blacklabel 15 Riser Bar brings renowned strength and control to your favorite sled. Touted as one of the lightest downhill bars available, this bar is made from custom gradient butted 7075 T6 aluminum and finished off with a dual tone bead blasted and mirror polished anodized finish that adds a pop of style to rowdy runs. With myriad colorway options, you can match your ride or pick a bar that stands out on the trail with confidence that you're also getting lightweight, responsive control.
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Deity Components Blacklabel 25 Riser Bar Deity Components Blacklabel 25 Riser Bar
Many bars come with claims of massive durability, but few have been proven on the toughest downhill courses like the Deity Components Blacklabel 25 Riser Bar. Made from custom gradient butted 7075 T6 aluminum, this bar delivers durable strength and responsive control in a package that Deity credits as the lightest wide downhill bar available. Knowing that we all dig a little bit of style to go with the function, Deity Components utilizes a two tone bead blast and mirror polished finish and offers this bar in a wide variety of colorways to go as traditional or extravagant as you'd like with the look.
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Deity Components Blacklabel 38 Riser Bar Deity Components Blacklabel 38 Riser Bar
Deity continues to plug along in their Nampa, ID facility crafting quality products for mountain bikers, by mountain bikers. The Blacklabel 38 Riser Bar takes what the brand has learned over the years of working with the sport's greatest athletes and distills it into a bar that is no-nonsense and just as eager to tackle the trails as you are. The handlebar of choice for the Scott/Velosolutions and Norco Factory Racing World Cup teams, the Blacklabel certainly has the World Cup pedigree and comes in enough colorways to ensure your whip looks pro-factory. Custom butted 7075 T73 aluminum is carefully shaped to upsweeps, backsweeps, and angles honed over years of development and riding, that are more than just numbers on a piece of paper, they allow these bars to become an extension of you and a connection to the bike. Consistently a favorite of many a mountain bike publication, the bars have an amazing feel and offer incredible control. The center bore area is widened to increase strength while still delivering a comfortable, stable, and responsive feel that is unmatched. This bar is ready to guide the front end of your DH, enduro, or all-mountain rig down the steepest, gnarliest terrain you dare.
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DT Swiss 240s Front Hub DT Swiss 240s Front Hub
The DT Swiss 240s Front Hub is the obvious pairing for a 240s rear, but what's less obvious to the uninitiated is that they make a strong argument for the perfect hubs on which to build your ideal set of hoops. Legendary durability, minimal maintenance, top-notch quality, and timeless design makes them hard to beat. The 240s front hubs use a forged aluminum shell that houses stainless steel bearings (balls and races), which are known for their famous durability. And thanks to the DT Swiss labyrinth seal system -- non-contacting seals that utilize an asymmetrical path to resist moisture, muck, and grit -- your bearings will keep their magical smoothness over the long haul. While the front hub you see here has nomenclature that designates it for road bikes, its construction is identical to that of the company's 240s mountain hubs, making these more than strong enough for rim-brake mountain bike duty or cyclocross. The DT Swiss 240s Front Hub comes in one color only. It has a standard quick-release front axle, and is available in versions that can accommodate 20-, 24-, 28, and 32-hole wheel configurations.
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DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Front Hub - CenterLock Disc DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Front Hub - CenterLock Disc
The DT Swiss 240s Hub System is legendary, meaning no one will second-guess you for wanting to build up your wheelset with one. If that set happens to be one you'd like to build with straight-pull spokes on a bike that's going to run Shimano CenterLock Rotors, then you'd be wise to opt for this, the DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull CenterLock Disc Front Hub. The 240s front hubs use a forged aluminum shell that houses stainless steel bearings (balls and races), which are known for their famous durability. And thanks to the DT Swiss labyrinth seal system -- non-contacting seals that utilize an asymmetrical path to resist moisture, muck, and grit -- your bearings will keep their magical smoothness over the long haul. The minimal shell design remains tremendously strong while maintaining incredibly low weight, thanks to the lack of a flange that would normally be in place to anchor J-bend spokes. Please note that you'll need rotor adapters to mount any rotors other than Shimano CenterLock rotors.
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DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Rear Hub - CenterLock Disc DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Rear Hub - CenterLock Disc
Designed for use with CenterLock rotors, straight-pull spokes, and mountain bikes with 142mm rear thru-axles, the DT Swiss 240s Straight Pull Rear CenterLock Disc Hub is built on DT's proven 240 platform, and it's ready for whatever you are. The 240s rear hubs use a forged aluminum shell that houses stainless steel bearings (balls and races), which are known for their famous durability. And thanks to the DT Swiss labyrinth seal system -- non-contacting seals that utilize an asymmetrical path to resist moisture, muck, and grit -- your bearings will keep their magical smoothness over the long haul. In addition to the way it sings on fast descents, the 240s' Star Ratchet freehub system is legendary for its simplicity, durability, and instant power transfer. The ratcheting freehub offers tool-free access for routine cleaning and lubrication, and the freehub body is made of aluminum to maintain a lightweight package. Thanks to the fact that we now live in a world of 10- and 11-speed drivetrains, many hub and wheelset configurations have asymmetrical, highly dished rear wheels. This asymmetry often doesn't allow adequate spoke tension on the non-drive side of the wheel, causing unequal loads and an inherently weak wheel. DT Swiss concentrated on this problem when it developed the 240s Rear Hub. Its optimized geometry improves the wheel's symmetry, giving you tons of reliability and resistance to detensioning. The configuration for straight-pull spokes saves further weight, too, as the flanges that normally would anchor J-bend spokes are eliminated.
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DT Swiss RWS Aluminum Lever Thru Bolt DT Swiss RWS Aluminum Lever Thru Bolt
This RWS Thru Bolt w/Aluminum Lever is the latest version of DT's RWS technology. Where the standard RWS Thru Bolt uses a carbon reinforced plastic lever arm, you'll get a lever made from machined aluminum here. The weight is exactly the same, and you'll perhaps get more durability in the event of a crash with these alloy bits, not to mention the appeal of the more sculpted look. RWS stands for Ratchet Wheelmounting System. It has the look of a quick release (minus the springs), but in place of a lever attached to a cam, there's a lever attached to a bolt head. Turn the lever clockwise to tighten. When there is sufficient resistance (15nm), stop turning. Press the red button to position the lever in a place where it won't get knocked around. You're done, and the benefits are pretty obvious. It provides up to 50% greater clamping force than with a conventional quick release, which can be a great thing when riding a disc brake in front as it will resist the twisting forces better. And, they make it super easy to pop your wheels off your bike. The oversized shafts are high-strength, light weight 7075 aluminum, as are the lever arms. Want it off' Just start turning the lever counter-clockwise to loosen. The DT Swiss RWS Thru Bolt w/ Aluminum Lever is available to fit three hub configurations -- Front 9x100mm, Rear 10x135mm, Rear 12x142mm (Syntace X-12 type). The weights are as follows: 49g (front 9 x 100) 63g (rear 10 x 135.)
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DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline 29in Wheel DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline 29in Wheel
Lighter than its XM counterpart, DT Swiss' XR 1501 Spline 29in Wheel is intended for traditional crosscountry riding and racing. It favors weight savings, but without sacrificing too much in the strength department. In fact, the XR 1501's rims share the same Strength Boost Welding Technology as XM rims, meaning that you're able to ride with confidence over the rough stuff. The XR 1501's rim is narrower than the XM, providing an excellent platform for straight ahead speed. However, to compensate from the narrower width, DT Swiss' Strength Boost Welding Technology was employed to ensure that your wheels makes it through the rough stuff in one piece. Essentially, this process uses two small inserts that stabilize the rim during welding in order to increase structural integrity. Adding to the strength picture are straight-pull spokes. These DT Swiss spokes are double-butted for weight reduction, however, this process doesn't sacrifice strength. Additionally, the elimination of J-bend spokes, or spoke elbows, ditches one of the more common fail points of a mountain wheel. The best part is that these straight-pull spokes are replaceable with traditional tools, making home maintenance a simplified affair. At the nipple, DT Swiss injects its patented liquid to prevent backing out and to ensure durability. At the hub, DT Swiss' favored star ratcheting system takes care of reliability by handling extremely high loads with minimal amount of mechanical drag. And, like the spokes, it doesn't require proprietary tools in order to provide routine maintenance. In terms of braking, the hubs have a six-bolt rotor interface, and for added stiffness, they're available with a 15mm front thru- axle and a X-12 rear thru-axle. The DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline 29in Wheels are available in the color Black. The front comes equipped with a 15mm thru-axle, and the rear is available with 12x142mm thru-axle. Please note that these wheels are sold individually, and that the freehub body comes wi...
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Easton XD Driver Easton XD Driver
Drivetrains are constantly evolving. It can be tough to keep up with the options, and expensive to try to stay on top. The good folks at Easton feel your pain, and they know that you love your Easton wheels. That's why they made the Easton XD Driver--so you can keep your Eastons and keep up with the XX1 Joneses.Unfortunately, SRAM's 11-speed XX1 group requires a totally different freehub body than the standard 9- or 10-speed SRAM or Shimano freehub body. The XD Driver solves this problem. It's compatible with Easton's M1-121, M1-221, M1-321, and M1-322 hubs, so your late model Easton wheels are probably covered. However, you'll want to check the part number printed on your hub before ordering.
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Ergon GA1 Evo Grips Ergon GA1 Evo Grips
Designed for all-mountain and gravity-oriented disciplines, the Ergon GA1 Evo Grips feature a rounder, more traditional profile. The shape is subtler, than Ergon's other grips, yet they still feature a position- and hand-specific design. For function, the grips have been contoured for easy grasping. And for comfort, Ergon has padded the GA1 Evo grips with a combination of soft rubber and center gel for enhanced damping. Both attributes have been heightened with the GA1's left- and right-specific design, where each grip is contoured to fit the hand that it was designed for. For a simple setup, Ergon marks 'left' and 'right' on each grip, as well as 'up,' so that you know which way to orient the grips. The grips are locked into place via slim, lightweight aluminum clamps at the end of the bars. The Ergon GA1 Evo Grips are available in the colors Black, Blue, Green, Red, and White. Please note that they are not designed to work with twist shifters, and that any customizing of the grip will invalidate the warranty.
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Ergon GE1 Grips Ergon GE1 Grips
Whether you want a pop of bright color or a more muted approach, the Ergon GE1 Grips provide a traditional grip style with an ever so slightly sculpted angle for a comfy, controlled flight down the trail.
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Ergon GP1 Grip Ergon GP1 Grip
The Ergon GP1 grip is a great starting point for an exploration of Ergon's wares. The grip has two kinds of rubber, a harder rubber on the outside and a soft, patterned and textured Kraton rubber pad that both grips the hand or glove and offers great support. Each grip is held in place by a forged aluminum alloy clamp set by an Allen key. By comparison, the GP1 is a bit more forgiving than the race-oriented GX1. So those looking for the most comfort, look no further. Since the grip is a unique shape, the wing shaped support is right where some glove makers are putting extra padding these days and provides more support for the palm of the hand. It's great that the clamp is what holds it in place. This way, the grip can be slid on and the clamp left loose so a rider can get a feel for where the ideal position is. Most likely, people will have it at level or slightly below level, but having a clamp so the grip can be set and reset until the position is dialed is a sweet convenience. Those who do drop-offs or spend lots of time with their butt behind their saddle might want the grips lower still. The Ergon GP1 grip comes in six versions -- standard, SRAM, and Nexus/Rohloff widths in small and large. The size does not refer to the length but the thickness of the grip. The people at Ergon tell us that macho types assume they should have large unless otherwise indicated, so consider this a warning. Ergon has found that most people, except those who have huge mitts, go with the small. The smaller diameter is lighter, a bit stiffer, and easy to grab. Those with big hands and those who spend long, long days in the saddle might want to lean towards large. The grip is 54mm at its widest (measured front to back). The GP1 Standard small and large are both 140mm. The GP1 SRAM small and large are both 94. 5mm long. The Nexus/ Rohloff set has a full length left side grip and the right grip is 96. 5mm long to accommodate the twist shifter. The clamp tightens via a 4mm Allen k...
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FOX Racing Shox 32 Float 29 120 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork - 2017 FOX Racing Shox 32 Float 29 120 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork - 2017
Blurring the lines between cross-country efficiency and trail-taming travel, the 2017 FOX Racing Shox 32 Float 29 120 3Pos-Adj FIT 4 Fork is aptly suited for achieving PRs on your local network and dismantling formidable stretches of trail alike. The 32 Float's 120mm of travel gives your 29er a plush feel across widely varying terrain, ranging from unruly rock gardens to root-latticed singletrack--all without sacrificing speed or feeling unwieldy across tight XC courses. The Float air spring is lightweight and provides excellent small-bump compliance. Its progressiveness can be adjusted with the addition of air volume spacers (sold separately), giving riders the ability to customize its feel for varying disciplines and terrain types. And like all of Fox's Factory forks, the 32 Float uses a buttery-smooth Kashima coating for improved sensitivity and enhanced durability. Carrying over the revised FIT4 damper found on 2016 Float models, the latest 32 Float serves up 3-position adjustability, with the ability to switch between Open, Medium, and Firm settings on-the-fly. When it's fully open, the FIT4 damper gives riders 22 clicks of low-speed compression adjustment for fine-tuning its feel to the terrain at hand. Slightly revised for 2017, the FIT4 damper is tuned for improved sensitivity without sacrificing overall support.
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FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27.5 100 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Boost Fork - 2017 FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27.5 100 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Boost Fork - 2017
After 2016's massive overhaul of FOX Racing Shox's fork line, the majority of its forks extend those changes into 2017 without any further tinkering with one big exception. The 2017 FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27. 5 100 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Boost Fork gets an entirely new chassis and returns lean, mean, and ready to shred XC courses. Billed as one of the lightest suspension forks available, this fork features a narrowed crown and the company's all-new Step-Cast lower leg design. Step Cast manifests as small cutouts in the lowers of the fork that open up extra clearance for rotors and spokes while simultaneously allowing the fork's stance to narrow by a whopping 10mm. This means less overall material and lowered weight, which, when paired with the hollowed out stepped lowers, results in claims that this fork clocks in as one of the lightest on the market. Whether you're out for a social spin or revving up on the start line, this featherweight construction paired with a stiff Boost axle makes for precise, responsive handling and flat out fun on almost any trail. The FIT4 damper returns unchanged from last year save a few minor tweaks and additional machining to fit within the new stepped lowers. This includes the puffed out, 10mm shaft, which increases oil flow to the base valve, allowing the fork to ride high for quick, controlled recovery during everything from big, square hits to successive, small impacts. The 3-position Fit4 system also takes the reins from the old CTD system, changing the names from the overly-prescriptive categories of Climb, Trail, and Descend to a graduating scale covering Firm, Medium, and Open. While this change may read like an exercise in semantics, it entails a radical realignment of the 32 Float's capabilities that addresses virtually every issue we've had with CTD's damper in the past. FIT4 also migrates the adjustable sub settings from CTD's median Trail mode to the new Open setting. Open encompasses both Descend and Trail in order to ...
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FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27.5 100 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork - 2017 FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27.5 100 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork - 2017
While 2016 saw a major overhauling of FOX Racing Shox's line of forks, 2017 sees those changes extended without any additional updates--with the exception of the 32 Float 100mm family. The 2017 32 Float SC 27. 5 100 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork arrives on the scene with a completely revamped chassis. It features FOX's all-new Step-Cast lower leg design and a narrowed steerer, along with claims that it's one of the lightest suspension forks on the market. Step-Cast manifests as small cutouts in the lowers of the fork that open up extra clearance for rotors and spokes while simultaneously allowing the fork's stance to narrow by a whopping 10mm. This means less overall material and lowered weight, which, when paired with the hollow, stepped lowers, results in claims that this fork clocks in as one of the lightest on the market. Whether you're out for a social spin or revving up on the start line, this featherweight construction paired with a stiff Boost axle makes for precise, responsive handling and flat out fun on almost any trail. The FIT4 damper returns unchanged from last year save a few minor tweaks and additional machining to fit within the new stepped lowers. This includes the puffed out, 10mm shaft, which increases oil flow to the base valve, allowing the fork to ride high for quick, controlled recovery during everything from big, square hits to successive, small impacts. The 3-position Fit4 system also takes the reins from the old CTD system, changing the names from the overly-prescriptive categories of Climb, Trail, and Descend to a graduating scale covering Firm, Medium, and Open. While this change may read like an exercise in semantics, it entails a radical realignment of the 32 Float's capabilities that addresses virtually every issue we've had with CTD's damper in the past. FIT4 also migrates the adjustable sub settings from CTD's median Trail mode to the new Open setting. Open encompasses both Descend and Trail in order to take full advantage of the fork's h...
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FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 29 100 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Boost Fork - 2017 FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 29 100 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Boost Fork - 2017
While the majority of the FOX Racing Shox fork lineup returns for 2017 relatively unchanged after the massive 2016 overhaul, the 32 Float SC 29 100 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Boost Fork drops in as the one big exception. It boasts a completely redesigned chassis and returns leaner, meaner, and chomping at the bit to hit the trail and shred. Touted as one of the lightest suspension forks in production, the 32 Float SC incorporates FOX's all-new Step-Cast lower leg design and a narrowed stance. Step-Cast presents as stepped cutouts in the lowers of the fork that open up extra clearance for rotors and spokes while simultaneously allowing the fork's stance to narrow by 10mm. This means less overall material and weight, which, when paired with hollow construction, results in claims that this fork clocks in as one of the lightest on the market. Whether you're out for a social spin with friends or sizing up the competition on the start line, this fork's featherweight construction paired with its stiff Boost axle makes for precise, responsive handling and flat out fun on almost any trail. The FIT4 damper returns unchanged from last year save a few minor tweaks and additional machining to fit within the new stepped lowers. This includes the puffed out, 10mm shaft, which increases oil flow to the base valve and allows the fork to ride high for quick, controlled recovery during everything from big, square hits to successive, small impacts. The 3-position Fit4 system also takes the reins from the old CTD system, changing the names from the overly-prescriptive categories of Climb, Trail, and Descend to a graduating scale covering Firm, Medium, and Open. While this change may read like an exercise in semantics, it entails a radical realignment of the 32 Float's capabilities that addresses virtually every issue we've had with CTD's damper in the past. FIT4 also migrates the adjustable sub settings from CTD's median Trail mode to the new Open setting. If you were to lay the FIT4's setting...
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FOX Racing Shox 34 Float 27.5 150 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork - 2017 FOX Racing Shox 34 Float 27.5 150 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork - 2017
After last year's much lauded overhaul, the 2017 Fox Racing Shox 34 Float 27. 5 150 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork returns relatively unchanged. The steerer, crown, uppers, lowers, and Float Air spring all shed weight compared to earlier versions while at the same time increasing stiffness for a snappy, responsive ride. Of course, weight savings are great on paper, but the fork really makes its bacon by dint of on-trail functionality. The Fit4's Damper's puffed out, 10mm shaft increases oil flow to the base valve, allowing the fork to ride high for quick, controlled recovery during everything from big, square hits to successive, small impacts. The 3-position Fit4 system also takes the reins from the old CTD system, changing the names from the overly-prescriptive categories of Climb, Trail, and Descend to a graduating scale covering Firm, Medium, and Open. While this change may read like an exercise in semantics, it entails a radical realignment of the 34 Float's capabilities that addresses virtually every issue we've had with the CTD damper in the past. Perhaps the most welcome change from earlier Fit dampers is that Fit4 migrates the adjustable sub settings from CTD's median Trail mode to the new Open setting. Open encompasses both Descend and Trail in order to take full advantage of the fork's high ride by handling most compression duties. This makes the fork that much more relevant to all-mountain situations, combining better small-bump compliance with more confident tracking through rock gardens and rough terrain. It doesn't wallow and handling stays on point. The Medium setting migrates much deeper into the firm side of compression than the Trail setting did, so it'll suffice in most conditions that don't require use of the big-bottomed Open setting. The Firm setting remains self-explanatory: an XC lock-out for turning on the afterburners when terrain allows. It'll likely see much less use in the new system, but we still appreciate Firm while riding to the trailhead ...
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FOX Racing Shox 34 Float 27.5 160 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Boost Fork - 2017 FOX Racing Shox 34 Float 27.5 160 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Boost Fork - 2017
Striking just the right balance between relatively stiff tracking and lightweight efficiency, the Fox 34 Float 27. 5 160 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Boost Fork gives your long-travel trail bike the rock-gobbling plushness needed to conquer technical terrain without the heavier feel of a 36 Float. Please note, this fork isn't directly available from Fox, instead it's an OE model we pulled from complete bike builds. Generally, Fox doesn't make the 34 Float in models over 150 millimeters of travel, but this fork goes into 160-millimeter territory for those wanting a long-travel option for their trail bike. Ultimately, it's a great choice if you're seeking a lightweight build for your trail bike, instead of going the route of a 36 Float. This particular version of the 34 Float enjoys the 3-position adjustability of its Fit4 damper, which gives you the option of running it Open, Medium, or Firm. In Open mode, you'll find low-speed compression tuning for getting its feel just right to the terrain at hand. Medium gives you a bit more efficiency on those long climbs and smooth trails where stiffening up the front end makes sense. And for times when a practical lock-out is needed, the Firm mode comes in handy for fire road climbs and asphalt slogs back to the trail head. Just in case you forget to unlock it, it comes with a blow-off that prevents damage when you hit a bump or pothole in Firm mode.
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FOX Racing Shox 34 TALAS 27.5 150-120 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork - 2017 FOX Racing Shox 34 TALAS 27.5 150-120 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork - 2017
We don't think it's a stretch to assert that FOX Racing Shox's TALAS technology carries with it a futuristic air, one that suggests where mountain bike travel could be headed with time. As it is now, the 34 TALAS 27. 5 150-120 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork offers its rider the choice to set the fork to either 150mm of bump-devouring plushness or 120mm of well-placed, responsive cush. This adjustability matches the trend toward do-it-all 27. 5in frames that we've seen dominating the industry as of late because if your trail bike was designed to go enduro on big lines yet climb like a nimble XC frame, it will only be as capable as its suspension. For 2017, FOX keeps its focus on leveling the playing field across its line, updating standards and letting the strong improvements it's made over the past two years stand unchanged for the most part. Introductions like FIT4 continue much as we've known them, receiving a slight retune for improved sensitivity this year. The FIT4 damper allows you to use the fork's travel in more clearly defined categories of Firm, Medium, and Open settings. The latter also includes a range of sub settings, which give room to fine-tune just how open you want the fork to ride, depending on how rowdy you plan on getting. Medium has become a responsive setting suited to lightly rooted flats and fast, rock-lined singletrack. We'd reserve the Firm setting purely for climbs on smooth singletrack and fire road transitions, as its name doesn't overstate its lockout abilities.
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FOX Racing Shox 36 Float 29 150 HSC/LSC FIT Fork (51mm Rake) - 2017 FOX Racing Shox 36 Float 29 150 HSC/LSC FIT Fork (51mm Rake) - 2017
With all the changes we saw in the 2016 line of FOX Racing Shox forks, it's nice to see them back relatively unchanged for the 2017 model year. As such, the 2017 FOX Racing Shox 36 Float 29 150 HSC/LSC FIT Fork (51mm Rake) is back with the much-loved updates that took the enduro and XC worlds by storm.As with the 2016 version, the crown and magnesium lowers are lighter, lower, and stiffer than previous iterations, which makes for easier work cleaning steep climbs between downhill fun zones. The changes also net shorter axle-to-crown measurements across the board, so the frame's head angle doesn't drastically change between forks. While the materials in the chassis are roughly the same, FOX opts for a newly formulated, higher-viscosity proprietary fork oil for smoother, more responsive travel.The new Float air spring also enjoys significant revision over the pre-2016 model, with FOX seeing off the old negative coil spring in favor a dual-chamber air spring. This neat trick of metal-to-air alchemy may be the single biggest contributor to the fork's weight loss, and when it's paired with the reduced number of smoother seals, it means the fork requires less force to initiate travel. It maintains excellent small bump compliance without completely obscuring your feel for the trail. The air spring can also be dialed to ramp-up harder by customizing its compression curve with internal spacers, and the other leg's HSC/LSC FIT damper lets you tune the fork's behavior to complement your own approach toward big hits, slow inputs, and everything in between.
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FOX Racing Shox 36 TALAS 29 160-130 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork (51mm Rake) - 2017 FOX Racing Shox 36 TALAS 29 160-130 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork (51mm Rake) - 2017
The 2017 FOX Racing Shox 36 TALAS 29 160-130 3Pos-Adj FIT4 Fork (51mm Rake) is something of a unicorn, blending climbing prowess and descending ability into one exceptionally versatile package. It offers 30mm of adjustable travel with the flip of a switch so you can confidently tackle rowdy drops and technical trails without losing efficiency on the ascents.The fork's adjustable travel allows riders to drop the front end to a trail-worthy 130mm of travel for enhanced climbing efficiency without the unwieldy feel inherent in longer-travel forks. Suddenly, pedaling up long fire roads, steep singletrack, and unrelenting switchbacks is much easier, allowing you to save energy for the wicked descent. And when it's time to get rowdy on the downhill, simply flick the TALAS switch to its maximum setting for 160mm of plush, terrain-gobbling travel.The FIT4 Damper's puffed out, 10mm shaft increases oil flow to the base valve, allowing the fork to ride high for quick, controlled recovery during everything from big, square hits to successive, small impacts. The 3-position FIT4 system also takes the reigns from the old CTD system, changing the names from the overly-prescriptive categories of Climb, Trail, and Descend to a graduating scale covering Firm, Medium, and Open. While this change may read like an exercise in semantics, it entails a radical realignment of the 36 Float's capabilities that addresses virtually every issue we've had with CTD's damper in the past.FIT4 also migrates the adjustable sub settings from CTD's median Trail mode to the new Open setting. Open encompasses both Descend and Trail in order to take full advantage of the fork's high ride by handling most compression duties. This makes the fork that much more relevant to all-mountain situations, combining better small-bump compliance with more confident tracking through rock gardens and rough terrain.The Medium setting migrates much deeper into the firm side of compression than the Trail setting did, ...
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Ibis 738 27.5in Boost Wheelset Ibis 738 27.5in Boost Wheelset
When the trail ahead looms in formidable proportions, you'll be happy to have the Ibis 738 27. 5in Boost Wheelset under your ride. Its massive 34mm internal rim width and burly 38mm external width lays down a giant, stable footprint for confident grip in loose situations. The 738 allows super-low tire pressure in the range of 10-18 PSI with 2. 8-inch tires, which means more traction and less jarring from rock gardens and other lumpy trail imperfections. If you're more of the rounded profile 2. 24-2. 5-inch tire type, these rims also let you drop the pressure to somewhere in the realm of 18-25 PSI for low-pressure advantages. As an added bonus, Boost hub widths equate to unrelenting stiffness, which in turn makes for increases precision and responsiveness through rough, technical trails. The 738 boasts aluminum construction for a price-conscious wheelset with proven durability demanded by aggressive trail riders. Tipping the scales at a respective 1880 grams, it's certainly competitive for such a wide wheelset designed for plus-sized tires. Each wheel is laced with 32 Pilar spokes for dependable strength. They're available with a HG driver for Shimano/SRAM 9/10-speed drivetrains or a XD driver for SRAM's exceptional 11 or 12-speed one-by drivetrains.
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Ibis 938 29in Boost Wheelset Ibis 938 29in Boost Wheelset
Laying down a massive footprint with its 34mm internal width, the Ibis 938 29in Boost Wheelset gives riders a stout solution for conquering formidable stretches of trail. The 938 facilitates super-low pressures in the range of 10-18psi with 2. 8 inch plus-sized tires. Riding a plus-sized tire in its optimum pressure range increases traction while smoothing out rock gardens and bumpy imperfections on the trail. This is especially important if you're riding a plus-sized 29er hardtail on terrain usually reserved for full-suspension bikes. The wheelset's Boosted hub width equates to unrelenting stiffness, which is an area that's affected the handling of 29ers since their inception. By increasing the front and rear hubs to a respective 110 and 148mm in width, the 938 achieves a comparable stiffness to 26-inch (front) and 27. 5-inch (rear) wheels. Ultimately, this means higher levels of precision and unflappable confidence when you're holding a line through the roughest sections of trail. The 938 boasts aluminum construction for a price-conscious wheelset with proven durability demanded by abusive trail riders. Tipping the scales at a respective 1935 grams, it's certainly competitive for such a wide wheelset designed for plus-sized 29ers. Each wheel is laced with 32 Pillar double butted spokes in a three-cross pattern for dependable strength. They're available with a HG driver for Shimano/SRAM 9/10-speed drivetrains or a XD driver for SRAM's exceptional XX1 drivetrain.
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Jagwire Mountain Elite Link Shift Cable Kit Jagwire Mountain Elite Link Shift Cable Kit
In a sea of knobby-tired rigs, the Jagwire Mountain Elite Link Shift Cable Kit lets your whip stand out from the crowd with an eye-catching aluminum link design that delivers impeccable shifting for confident gear changes. Jagwire has long been known for producing high-quality cables and housing, and its newest offering manages to be lighter and more durable than traditional housing while eliminating compression for consistent shifting with every lever click. The aluminum link construction resists corrosion while allowing the housing to navigate tight corners and frame transitions without risk of kinking, which makes for smooth, reliable, and precise shifting action. The housing also features a slick-lube liner that works with the Teflon-coated cable to drastically reduce friction compared to non-lubed cable systems for further improved function and exceptional durability.
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Look Cycle S-Track Carbon Ti Pedals Look Cycle S-Track Carbon Ti Pedals
Versatile, lightweight, and reliable, the Look Cycles S-Track Carbon Ti Pedals is ready to tackle any and all enduro, all-mountain, or cross-country rides. A first in the mountain biking world, the S-Track offers a dual-contact surface area which not only allows spikes to be installed by adjusting the cleat height with different sized shims being slipped under the cleat, but also promotes power transmission and provides exceptional comfort. The combination of an injected carbon fiber body, titanium axle, and carbon deflector helps make the pedal crazy light without sacrificing durability, while its patented removable cage system increases the pedal's flexibility and makes cleaning easier. The S-Track provides +/- 3 degrees of float for added comfort without being too wiggly, and its S-shaped spring-wire acts as a torsion bar that allows you to instantly insert and remove your cleat as desired, yet prevents inconvenient cleat removal. Then, the DCS cleat (Dynamic Cleat System) itself was constructed to relinquish mud to let you clip in and out with ease even in the most demanding conditions.
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Look Cycle S-Track Pedals Look Cycle S-Track Pedals
When it comes to pedaling efficiency, few manufacturers can claim the experience or the technical know-how that Look can. With that experience, the move from pavement to dirt wasn't a huge leap. The Look S-Track Pedal has made a huge impact on the mountain bike industry, and has excelled where other pedals have fallen short.The S-Track implements a large 460 square millimeter interface to translate your strength to the bike. This large area also provides a stable platform for greater bike control. The S-Track also boasts the largest bearing surface area on the market for smooth operation and outstanding bearing durability. The patented removable cage system increases the pedal's flexibility and makes cleaning easier. Look also addressed the mud-clearing issue with its DCS (Dynamic Cleat System), so mud won't be a problem, even in wet conditions.The S-Track provides +/- 3 degrees of float for added comfort. The disengage angle is 15 degrees, so you won't eject accidentally. The S-track is also equipped with waterproof sealed bearings to reduce maintenance. The Look S-Track Pedal is available in Black.
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Magura USA MT7 Next Magura USA MT7 Next
They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks, but Magura's new MT7 Next hydraulic disc brakes prove that the venerable German dirt-hound hasn't stopped learning just yet. The company's been making mountain bike brakes as long as anybody, and the new MT7 is extra light but has enough stopping power to keep gravity maniacs and enduro chargers more than happy. Carbotecture SL brake body, which uses a superlight and strong composite reservoir to save weight, was cribbed from Magura's MT series. A lever made of forged aluminum weighs almost nothing and has a highly ergonomic design for easy use with one or two fingers, and has tool-free bite-point and lever throw adjusters so you can dial in the braking setup of your dreams, so you don't lock up your brakes without really meaning to. Best of all is the four-piston forged alloy caliper. Inspired by Magura's killer motocross and superbike brakes, it uses individual brake pads for every pistion--that's four brake pads, if you weren't counting--which gives you unparalleled modulation and stopping power. The setup also employs Magura's magnetiXchange system, which uses a high-power magnet for pad retention, meaning the pads are easy to swap when they need to be replaced. The M7 is also designed to run on Magura's Royal Blood mineral oil, which is highly resistant to overheating and easier to use than standard brake fluids.
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Mavic Crossmax Pro WTS 29in Wheel Mavic Crossmax Pro WTS 29in Wheel
Mavic has proven again and again that you don't need expensive carbon hoops to leave your competition coughing on your dust on the cross-country course. The aluminum Crossmax Pro WTS 29in Wheel boasts classic Mavic reliability and nearly bombproof durability in a lightweight, race-ready package at a fraction of its carbon fiber contemporaries' costs. The standout feature setting the Pro apart from the rest of Mavic's Crossmax line is the inclusion of Zicral spokes. Most spokes of the knobby wrapped wheel persuasion are steel, which is reliable but heavy and fairly elastic. Zicral is Mavic's secret weapon, and plays a large role in shaping the Pro's trail presence. Stiffer, lighter, and stronger than steel, Zicral represents Mavic's road-race A game adapted for the XC world. The trade-off is a slightly harsher ride, but lower-than-clincher tubeless PSI tolerances balance that out with a bit of extra cushion. At the rim, Mavic's Inter Spoke Milling 4 Dimensions (ISM 4D) process is the newest version of its signature milling process. ISM 4D removes unnecessary material to eliminate grams and reduce rotational mass along the wheel's circumference. The OG ISM limited milling to the rim's inner face. It's successor, ISM 3D, expanded its attention to the sidewalls, and ISM 4D takes things a step further, smoothing the rim's transitional angles to further reduce weight without sacrificing strength. While Mavic's ISM 4D keeps rotating weight low, the Instant Transfer System 4 (ITS-4) rear hub ensures that efficiency isn't wasted by sluggish, unresponsive engagement. IST-4 is a four pawl system that alternates engagement between two pairs of pawls. Since both pairs engage at different points in the freehub's rotation, the gap between engagement points falls to just 7. 5 degrees of free play. This snappy engagement stands out when surging for position off the line and jumping out of corners, but it shines even brighter with knife-like precision on technical climbs that ...
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Mavic Crossmax SL Pro LTD WTS 27.5in Wheelset Mavic Crossmax SL Pro LTD WTS 27.5in Wheelset
Mavic's Crossmax SL Pro LTD WTS 27. 5in Wheelset may self-identify as an XC race platform, but the adoption of the new 27. 5in wheel standard means that it can also nimbly navigate rock gardens and steep climbs without the wheel flop of its larger, 29er counterpart. Its number one job remains speed, though, and few of the wheelset's features play as large a role in its ability to accelerate and hold speed across varying terrain as Mavic's Inter Spoke Milling 4 Dimensions (ISM 4D) process. ISM 4D removes excess material in targeted areas so as not affect durability, netting a lower rotational mass and reducing the wheel's tendency to remain at rest. Less inertial resistance means more forward progress, so after you've cleaned that slow, techy line, they'll be ready to fire on all cylinders. While Mavic's ISM 4D is responsible for keeping the rim weight down, the Instant Transfer System 4 (ITS-4) rear hub ensures that all that low-weight efficiency isn't wasted by sluggish, unresponsive engagement. IST-4 is a four pawl system that alternates engagement between two pairs of pawls. Since both pairs engage at different points in the freehub's rotation, the gap between engagement points falls to just 7. 5 degrees of free play. This nigh-immediate engagement is nice for sprinting in finales and while jockeying for position in mass starts, but it really makes its butter on technical climbs that require you to pick through trail furniture and pop over rock gutters. The 17mm monoblonc axle is about as stiff as they come, and it tapers down to 12mm thru axle compatibility to take advantage of the new, more efficient standard of oversized dropouts. The Crossmax SL Pro LTD WTS system is finished with Mavic's new Crossmax Pulse tires, which combine a dual compound build with a fast tread pattern that provides a bit more clearance for mud and debris than the typical hard pack-only XC tire. The center strip is built for unyielding speed, though the option to run the Pulse/Cro...
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Mavic Crossride Light 27.5in WTS Wheelset Mavic Crossride Light 27.5in WTS Wheelset
If you're looking for a bombproof wheelset that can weather whatever the trail throws your way without breaking your wallet, look no further than the Mavic Crossride Light 27. 5in WTS Wheelset. Featuring Mavic's renowned durability and complete with a versatile set of Mavic Crossride Quest tires, these wheels are ready to shred right out of the box. Mavic utilizes a revamped aluminum rim with a wider, 21mm internal width to provide a solid tire platform that reduces sidewall bulge compared to previous iterations for a smooth, comfortable, and precisely confident ride. At the center sits Mavic's TS-2 freehub system, which features two simultaneously engaging pawls and a light, stiff Monobloc axle compatible with both Shimano/SRAM and SRAM XD freehubs. The hubset boasts sealed cartridges to lock out dirt for smooth spinning through any amount of dust, mud, and muck.
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Mavic Crossride Light 29in WTS Wheelset Mavic Crossride Light 29in WTS Wheelset
The Mavic Crossride Light 29in WTS Wheelset brings Mavic's renowned durability to any day on the trail with a wallet-friendly price that leaves some cash left over for all-important post-ride bevvies. Outfitted with Mavic's versatile Crossride Quest tires, these wheels spin up fast to weather the bumps for epic adventures and trail-shredding fun. Mavic utilizes a revamped aluminum rim with a wider, 21mm internal width to provide a solid tire platform that reduces sidewall bulge compared to previous iterations for a smooth, comfortable, and precisely confident ride. At the center sits Mavic's TS-2 freehub system, which features two simultaneously engaging pawls and a light, stiff Monobloc axle compatible with both Shimano/SRAM and SRAM XD freehubs. The hubset boasts sealed cartridges to lock out dirt for smooth spinning through any amount of dust, mud, and muck. The Mavic Crossride Light 29in WTS Wheelset comes outfitted with a 15QR front and 12 x 142mm rear axle combination, and is easily converted to quick-release axle standards with separately sold end caps.
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Mavic XA Elite WTS 27.5in Boost Wheelset Mavic XA Elite WTS 27.5in Boost Wheelset
There's nothing a mid-sized tire likes more than a wide platform to mount on, and Mavic's XA Elite WTS 27. 5in Boost Wheelset ensures that the tire gets its rims. The combination provides a generous platform for a proper mid-sized tire--and by "proper," we mean a tire whose girth is built for wider rims in order to ensure that the knobby cornering grip doesn't migrate up onto the center strip. The combination of a wide rim and a plump tire make for higher stiffness, more traction, and added cushion that in turn doesn't migrate into the mushiness of plus-sized tires. The rim is classically Mavic: light, stiff, and as durable as alloy hoops come. The low weight comes courtesy of Mavic's oh-so-French ISM 4D process of extruding and machining the rim--ooo-la-la!--a process that's now in its fourth generation. With each successive iteration, ISM has gotten more and more extreme, removing extra material and rounding off the squared edges of previous versions. The strategic milling ensures that lost material doesn't equate to lost stiffness; however, this new generation is admittedly helped in the stiffness department by the wider rim and the improved spoke bracing angle of Boost hubs. The XA Elite's rims also lose a bit of material from the inside, where Mavic has eliminated the bead hook in an update to its original Universal Standard Tubeless (UST) tire bed design. UST first surfaced in the late '90s, when Mavic teamed up with Michelin and Hutchinson to effectively kill the tube. As with most things bike-related, Mavic proved that it was ahead of its time, and it took tubeless a while to catch on in the popular imagination. Now, of course, it's everywhere, and Mavic celebrated the technology's renaissance by introducing yet another development; namely, the hookless beads mentioned above. Though it's counter-intuitive at first, eliminating the apparent security of a bead hook actually makes the tire more secure. Stronger tire beads, bead channels in the rim's tire bed...
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Mavic XA Elite WTS 27.5in Wheelset Mavic XA Elite WTS 27.5in Wheelset
We're hard pressed to think of a trail scenario where Mavic's XA Elite WTS 27. 5in Wheelset isn't an appropriate choice. The French brand's signature rim machining means that the Elite drops some significant weight compared to the less expensive Crossride, and the generous internal width pairs perfectly with the included mid-width tires for all-mountain outings. The wheels present less resistance to the pedal stroke on chunky climbs, and the plump tires roll through rocks while staying glued to the trail and providing added cushion. The rims' horst and graben profile comes courtesy of Mavic's Inter Spoke Milling 4 Dimensions (ISM 4D), which involves the strategic removal of rim material in areas that don't affect stiffness or durability. The result isn't quite as light as the superlative all-carbon XA Pro rims, but the Elites do come with the added benefit of peace of mind. Every baby head, log rollover, and rim strike won't cause your heart to skip a beat wondering if your carbon wonder hoops have come through intact--the XA Elite's predecessors have a long track record of durability. The XA Elite's rims also lose a bit of material from the inside, where Mavic has eliminated the bead hook in an update to its original Universal Standard Tubeless (UST) tire bed design. UST first surfaced in the late '90s, when Mavic teamed up with Michelin and Hutchinson to effectively kill the tube. As with most things bike-related, Mavic proved that it was ahead of its time, and it took tubeless a while to catch on in the popular imagination. Now, of course, it's everywhere, and Mavic celebrated the technology's renaissance by introducing yet another development; namely, the hookless beads mentioned above. Though it's counterintuitive at first, eliminating the apparent security of a bead hook actually makes the tire more secure. Stronger tire beads, bead channels in the rim's tire bed, the elimination of an artificial weak point at the base of the bead hook--the reasons are leg...
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Mavic XA Elite WTS 29in Boost Wheelset Mavic XA Elite WTS 29in Boost Wheelset
The mid-travel 29er is no longer a novelty, and Mavic's 29in XA Elite WTS Boost Wheelset adds the final element to push wagon wheels into proper all-mountain territory: rim width. The rim's 25mm internal width lets 2. 35in tires fill out with more air volume. More volume means lower PSI, which in turn translates to more traction, more cushion, and--when paired with the durable Crossmax Quest tires--fewer flats. The wide rims are matched with equally wide Boost hubs, which improve spoke bracing angle and overall wheel stiffness to eliminate the one issue we've had with wagon wheels: noodliness. Despite its huge diameter and width, the rim is still classically Mavic: light, stiff, and as durable as alloy hoops come. The low weight comes courtesy of Mavic's oh-so-French ISM 4D process of extruding and machining the rim, a process that's now in its fourth generation. With each successive iteration, ISM has gotten more and more extreme, removing extra material and rounding off the squared edges of previous verisons. The strategic milling ensures that lost material doesn't equate to lost stiffness; however, this new generation is admittedly helped in the stiffness department by the wider rim and the improved spoke bracing angle of Boost hubs. The XA Elite's rims also lose a bit of material from the inside, where Mavic has eliminated the bead hook in an update to its original Universal Standard Tubeless (UST) tire bed design. UST first surfaced in the late '90s, when Mavic teamed up with Michelin and Hutchinson to effectively kill the tube. As with most things bike-related, Mavic proved that it was ahead of its time, and it took tubeless a while to catch on in the popular imagination. Now, of course, it's everywhere, and Mavic celebrated the technology's renaissance by introducing yet another development; namely, the hookless beads mentioned above. Though it's counterintuitive at first, eliminating the apparent security of a bead hook actually makes the tire more secur...
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Mavic XA Elite WTS Wheelset - 29in Mavic XA Elite WTS Wheelset - 29in
29ers are now well and truly invested in the all-mountain game, and the wide rims on Mavic's 29in XA Elite WTS Wheelset further cement wagon wheels' claim to big terrain fame. The rim's 25mm internal width lets 2. 35in tires fill out with more air volume. More volume means lower PSI, which in turn translates to more traction, more cushion, and--when paired with Mavic's surprisingly durable Crossmax Quest tires--fewer flats. And that's all in addition to the natural aggression of the high angle attack that 29ers bring to hardpack and light terrain. Despite its huge diameter and width, the rim is still classically Mavic: light, stiff, and as durable as alloy hoops come. The low weight comes courtesy of Mavic's oh-so-French ISM 4D process of extruding and machining the rim, a process that's now in its fourth generation. With each successive iteration, ISM has gotten more and more extreme, removing extra material and rounding off the squared edges of previous verisons. The strategic milling ensures that lost material doesn't equate to lost stiffness; however, this new generation is admittedly helped in the stiffness department by the wider rim and the improved spoke bracing angle of Boost hubs. The XA Elite's rims also lose a bit of material from the inside, where Mavic has eliminated the bead hook in an update to its original Universal Standard Tubeless (UST) tire bed design. UST first surfaced in the late '90s, when Mavic teamed up with Michelin and Hutchinson to effectively kill the tube. As with most things bike-related, Mavic proved that it was ahead of its time, and it took tubeless a while to catch on in the popular imagination. Now, of course, it's everywhere, and Mavic celebrated the technology's renaissance by introducing yet another development; namely, the hookless beads mentioned above. Though it's counterintuitive at first, eliminating the apparent security of a bead hook actually makes the tire more secure. Stronger tire beads, bead channels in the ri...
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Maxxis Aggressor EXO/TR Tire - 29in Maxxis Aggressor EXO/TR Tire - 29in
Get ready to shred singletrack and bomb gnarly descents with the Maxxis Aggressor EXO/TR Tire - 29in. We can't promise it'll make you a better rider, but its rugged, versatile construction grips hard so you can focus on the line instead of scrubbing so much speed. The tubeless-ready Aggressor features a durable 60 TPI casing along with Maxxis' EXO sidewall protection to ward off flats. The knobby tread design features hard edges and reinforced side knobs to grip through loose, unpredictable stretches of trail and keep you from washing out on tight corners. Take the Aggressors on smooth hardpack and they'll do just fine, but you'll really see them shine on the loosest, least consistent sections of trail.
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Maxxis Ardent L.U.S.T./UST Tires - 29in Maxxis Ardent L.U.S.T./UST Tires - 29in
Big, tough, and smooth all at once, the Maxxis Ardent L. U. S. T./UST 29in Tires give the large-wheeled crowd trail-smoothing volume and confidence-inspiring traction. With aggressive blocky side tread and ramped center knobs, the Ardent TR corners like a boss and stops on a dime while maintaining a surprisingly low rolling resistance, making it perfect for soft, hard, and loose ground -- virtually any terrain you can imagine. These tires are acronym/initialism-heavy, so let us explain. The Ardent L. U. S. T./UST is tubeless ready -- compatible with Mavic's Universal Standard Tubeless system -- and features Lighweight Ultimate Sidewall Technology (L. U. S. T.), which doubles the standard of 60 TPI to 120 for extra durability and suppleness. The foldable bead snaps easily onto your rim, and the dual-compound rubber serves up a winning combination of speed in the center, grip on the shoulders, and durability all around. At 2. 25 inches wide, the Ardent TR is also the perfect width for just about any application, so you can slap it on front, back, or both and hit the trails in every condition.
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Maxxis Ardent Race Tire - 27.5 Maxxis Ardent Race Tire - 27.5
The original Ardent tire is a tough, versatile Maxxis classic, but the new Ardent Race 27. 5in Tire takes a good thing and makes it even better. By condensing the tread and making the knobs shallower, Maxxis made the Ardent Race considerably faster without seriously reducing grip, but still kept the same ramped central knobs and burlier shoulder knobs for plenty of traction in the corners, especially in reasonably firm conditions. The Ardent Race also uses Maxxis' 3C Maxx Speed rubber compound, which blends three different rubbers to provide the optimal blend of durability, speed, and grip. Speaking of durability, the Ardent Race is available with EXO sidewall protection for increased burliness, if you're worried about tearing up your tires in tough terrain. Both EXO and non-EXO versions also utilize a super-supple 120 thread-per-inch casing, which smooths out rough trails and keeps you connected to the trail for ultimate control.
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Maxxis Chronicle EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus Maxxis Chronicle EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus
The Maxxis Chronicle EXO/TR 27. 5in Plus Tire brings beefy functionality that crosses boundaries between flowy trail adventures one weekend and epic bikepacking adventures the next. This versatile tire meets the demand for a tire that can do it all with a tread design built to roll fast while providing ample grip in corners, loose sand, and other tricky trail situations. The Chronicle's foldable bead is tubeless ready and features a 120 TPI casing and a dual compound for pliable durability and additional grip. For added puncture resistance, the sidewalls boast EXO protection to ward off ride-disrupting flats and keep you rolling smoothly to your destination.
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Maxxis Chronicle Tire - 27.5 Plus Maxxis Chronicle Tire - 27.5 Plus
With a wide, grippy tread pattern and fast-rolling dual compound rubber construction, Maxxis' 27. 5 Plus Chronicle Tire makes an impressive introduction to the "plus" tire world. The plush 27. 5+ standard is making itself known all over the trails, and it looks like it's here to stay for the time being. Maxxis shapes the square, squat knobs lowest at the center and steadily higher towards the shoulders to provide dependable grip on everything from off-camber corners covered in loose dirt and gravel to snowy singletrack, but it does so without sacrificing the tire's ability to take off on smooth straightaways. It's worth noting that the Chronicle has gained considerable attention in the bikepacking world for its ability to adapt to myriad trail conditions that riders may experience in any given day, and though Maxxis calls it out for being best-suited to looser stuff, the Chronicle also rolls consistently well beyond those conditions.
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Maxxis Chronicle Tire - 29 Plus Maxxis Chronicle Tire - 29 Plus
If you've been paying attention to the latest mountain bike tire offerings, you've probably seen the rise in popularity of 29 Plus tires -- they're bigger and burlier than 29ers, lighter and nimbler than their fat bike counterparts, and adept at handling a variety of rough, inconsistent terrain. Maxxis developed its Chronical 29 Plus so that you can use the same tire for an afternoon trail ride down technical rock gardens as you do for a weekend bikepacking adventure along snowy trails and muddy singletrack. A consistent tread gives the Chronicle excellent grip when cornering, and the fast-rolling dual compound rubber will keep you sailing over small bumps with confidence.
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Maxxis Crossmark EXO TR Tire - 29in Maxxis Crossmark EXO TR Tire - 29in
When 29ers first appeared in the off-road world, the resident naysayers in the scene tried to relegate them to non-technical hardpack. While wagon wheels have since proved their worth on all terrains, Maxxis' 29in Crossmark EXO TR Tire was among the first to ensure pure speed for 29ers on fast singletrack. The Crossmark's fast-rolling center ridge and grippy side knobs remain unchanged, but the addition of EXO sidewall protection and a tubeless-ready bead means that the tires are no more bound by the strictures of traditional technology than 29ers themselves were bound by the short-sightedness of non-believers.
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Maxxis Crossmark Tire - 29in Maxxis Crossmark Tire - 29in
A quick peek at the Maxxis Crossmark 29-inch tire makes it abundantly clear that it's built for minimal rolling resistance and gobs of cornering grip. It was developed specifically for World Cup cross country, where efficiency is prized, and control is the difference between popping the champagne and getting carted off the course by the medical staff. It has countless race wins to its name and has earned itself a devoted following. Frankly, there are few tires that can match it when you need to put down smokin' fast laps on a race track, or your favorite XC trails. The Maxxis Crossmark 29-inch Tire is available in a 29 x 2. 1-inch size and in the color Black. Please note that this tire does not include either rim tape or sealant.
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Maxxis Forekaster EXO/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Forekaster EXO/TR Tire - 27.5in
Predicting the weather is almost impossible during the shoulder seasons, especially when you're trying to do it on your way out the door for a ride. Unless you're a meteorologist, give it up already. Wrap the new Maxxis Forekaster EXO/TR Tire around your hoops as soon as the weather starts to take a turn after dry summer days, and barrel into anything knowing it'll have your back. Where your weather reading comes up short, the Forekaster takes over, tracking loose, muddy trails where you may not even expect them and hanging on reliably when you jam on the brakes coming into a steep, slick descent. Adaptability is key to enjoying the trails under the sketchy conditions that set in late in the season, so Maxxis trusts dual-compound rubber to give the Forekaster confident grip when you rally over steep berms faster than you should. Once you're back on a straightaway, the tire's fast-rolling center and 120 TPI takes over, accelerating quickly to help you make the most of a rare dry stretch of trail under tree cover. Maxxis shapes the squared knobs to medium-height, then spaced them evenly to allow them to shed mud and keep you from getting bogged down on a long ride. Along the center, wide, cupped knobs back you up when you fly into a descent covered in slushy snow faster than you should and slam on the brakes. The tire won't clean up all your mistakes but it'll certainly try.
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Maxxis Forekaster EXO/TR Tire - 29in Maxxis Forekaster EXO/TR Tire - 29in
You're no meteorologist, and when you decide it's time to ride, you're not scanning any radars before you go. Throwing on your baggies and packing whatever food you can scrounge up is about the extent of preparation you undergo before hitting the singletrack. If this strategy often finds you navigating rain-slicked, unpredictable trail conditions under angry skies, you could make things much easier on yourself with Maxxis' Forekaster EXO/TR 29in Tire. Designed with mid-height tread blocks spaced evenly throughout the dual-compound rubber tire, the Forekaster features a tubeless-ready construction and the added reassurance of Maxxis' EXO protection. Confidently able to blast through loose gravel, sloppy mud, and changing trail conditions with a center channel of wider, cupped knobs complementing the allover blocks, the tire was created specifically with XC in mind. Though its billed as a late season star, we wouldn't hesitate to wrap our rims in the Forekaster in rainy, wet locales all year long for casual weekend rides and on rainy race days alike.
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Maxxis High Roller II 3C EXO TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis High Roller II 3C EXO TR Tire - 27.5in
The Maxxis High Roller II 3C EXO TR Tires have a more aggressive, open tread pattern than their predecessors that makes for speed and confidence on lightly techy courses. The High Roller II's slimmer knobs clear muck and debris for riding in the mid-zone between boggy mush and hardpack while still exceeding expectations in dry conditions. It may sound like we're promoting the High Roller II as a strong contender for king of the all-around racing tires. Because we are. The signature High Roller tread pattern is complemented by the sticky dual compound, which imbues the shoulder knobs with fast cornering on hardpack and predictable engagement with rain-slicked roots and rocks. The pattern describes a squared-off profile that makes for a consistent feel while leaning through terrain and also improves braking and lowers rolling resistance on fast, hard singletrack.
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Maxxis High Roller II 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis High Roller II 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in
Reinforced with the burly protection of Double Down casing, the Maxxis High Roller II 3C/Double Down/TR Tire withstands the punishment of aggressive riders and enduro racers plunging into rock-strewn descents, launching natural drops, and cornering at high speeds. The Double Down construction places a butyl insert within two 120TPI casing layers, maximizing protection from harsh hits, technical terrain, and sharp rocks, albeit with a slight weight penalty over the EXO version of the tire. Delving into the High Roller II's preferred riding conditions, its open and aggressive tread is ideal for everything from loose-over-hard to medium density and wet soil types. It clears mud well, so you'll feel confident in wetter months and rainy climates. Modified shoulder knobs really dig into the underlying soil and rock, improving overall traction and braking control at high speeds. Ultimately, its versatility and aggressive feel make it a favorite choice around the Competitive Cyclist office here along Utah's Wasatch Range, usually paired with an Ardent on the rear for rolling speed out back. This version of the High Roller II features 3C Maxx Terra compound, which is a triple compound rubber that's hardest along the base, layered with softer compounds for maximum control when you're railing corners and dropping into rocky terrain. Since it's a bit softer than dual-compound tires, it gives up a bit in rolling resistance and tread longevity in favor of maximum control and adept handling.
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Maxxis High Roller II 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5+ Maxxis High Roller II 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5+
If you've been riding for a few years, chances are good you've rocked a High Roller tire on at least one of your bikes. This classic Maxxis model has shined on trail and all-mountain bikes for years, and now, it's growing up in a new 27. 5+ size. The High Roller II 3C/EXO/TR 27. 5+ Tire comes ready to be wrapped around your new plus rims to take you and your enduro beast into the winter months. You and the High Roller had a blast floating and blasting through rugged old-school singletrack and desert slickrock all summer, and now instead of parting ways for the winter, you can team up to keep hootin' and hollerin' over snowy, slushy trails. What you would've viewed as a complete mess of a trail just last year is now fair game, as the High Roller II's signature wide, square knobs hang on better than ever with the extra volume of 27. 5+. Maxxis trusts its triple-compound 3C Maxx Terra to balance cornering grip with low rolling resistance in the straights, and it adds its dense EXO armor to guard against punctures on especially rocky, unpredictable terrain.
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Maxxis High Roller II 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 29in Maxxis High Roller II 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 29in
Seeking unrelenting traction for aggressive riding across technical terrain' Look no further than the Maxxis High Roller II 3C/EXO/TR 29in Tire for a tubeless-ready tire with grippy 3C Maxx Terra rubber compound paired with an aggressive tread pattern. EXO construction reinforces the sidewalls with a densely woven fabric that's lighter than burlier Double Down versions. EXO is ideal for embarking on trails with sharp rocks and thorny vegetation, giving you an extra element of protection when you're rallying across the rough stuff. Looking at the High Roller II's aggressive tread pattern, it's clear that it's ideal for a wide variety of trail surfaces, from loose-over-hard to medium and downright wet conditions. It clears mud well, so you'll feel confident on this tire in wetter months and rainy environments. Modified shoulder knobs dig tenaciously into underlying soil and rock, improving overall traction and braking control at high speeds. Ultimately, its versatility and aggressive feel make it a favorite choice around the Competitive Cyclist office here along Utah's Wasatch Range, usually paired with an Ardent out back for a bit more rolling speed. This particular version of the High Roller II features 3C Maxx Terra compound, which is a triple compound rubber that's hardest along the base, layered with softer compound rubber for maximum control when you're railing corners and dropping into rocky descents. Since it's a bit softer than dual-compound tires, you'll find it gives up a bit in rolling resistance and tread longevity in favor of maximum control and adept handling.
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Maxxis High Roller II EXO Tire - Tubeless Ready - 27.5in Maxxis High Roller II EXO Tire - Tubeless Ready - 27.5in
At first glance, it's obvious that the Maxxis High Roller II Exo Tire has a downhill background. While it's billed as an XC or all-mountain tire, this is no weight-weenie race tire designed for folks who toss and turn at night, worried about grams and rolling resistance. The High Roller II is an aggressive tire, designed to rail white-knuckle turns down sketchy, steep sections of singletrack. However, despite its aggressive appearance, the High Roller II is a legitimate all-mountain or aggressive XC tire with the low weight and pedal-ability to support this claim. With its sharp, aggressive side lugs, the High Roller II is easily recognized. These lugs are a softer compound than the aggressive center lugs, which are designed for braking or accelerating, depending on whether the tire is on the front or the back of the bike. The 60tpi casing with EXO protection keeps the weight down, and the tires are tubeless-ready.
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Maxxis High Roller II EXO Tire - Tubeless Ready - 29 Maxxis High Roller II EXO Tire - Tubeless Ready - 29
Certain tires have a reputation for all-mountain radness, but few are as ubiquitous as the Maxxis High Roller II Exo 29in Tire. It has everything you need in a do-it-all tire, from Maxxis' legendary dual-compound rubber to a seriously versatile 2. 3in width and bombproof EXO casing. Flat knobs in the center keep the High Roller rollin' fast, and sharp, chunky side knobs and solid shoulders hold up under serious cornering stress so you don't find yourself on the ground. With a count of 60 threads per inch, the High Roller is about average when it comes to suppleness, but durable enough to bash down rocks without causing you to wince and worry. And, like all Maxxis tires, it's tubeless compatible, so you can ditch the innards and embrace the enhanced durability and lower-pressure capabilities of direct inflation.
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Maxxis High Roller II EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus Maxxis High Roller II EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus
The Maxxis High Roller II EXO/TR 27. 5 Plus Tire leads the plus-tire charge with enhanced all-mountain capabilities, EXO sidewall protection, and beefier volume than the highly decorated original High Roller. That extra volume means better traction in loose conditions and a bit of extra cushion over roots, rocks, and washboard access roads.The High Roller II carries over the respected reputation of descending mastery, easily recognized in the ramped, square braking-edge knobs which dig without forgiving to rearward flex. Complementing that, softer compound side knobs with additional buttressing enhance cornering threshold and bolster traction in adverse terrain. The 60tpi casing, with EXO protection, tips the scales just a hair over the thousand-gram mark, and are tubeless-ready.
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Maxxis Ikon 3C/EXO Tire - 29in Maxxis Ikon 3C/EXO Tire - 29in
The Maxxis Ikon eXC/3C/EXO is a race-ready tire built to perform in any condition. The Ikon is made from three rubber compounds and features 120TPI casing with EXO protection, which provides added pinch flat protection and abrasion resistance at the sidewall. Most importantly, EXO enhances protection without excessive material, keeping the tire light. The casing is wrapped in a tread pattern that handles well in both buff and loamy conditions, due to the way Maxxis spaced the center lugs and raised side knobs. To provide excellent traction in any condition, Maxxis used the harder, 3C compound for the center knobs to resist wear and flex. However, the flexible casing allows the Icon to adapt and permits the softer side compound to grab.
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Maxxis Ikon 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Ikon 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5in
27. 5in wheels won their place in the already crowded wheel size market with their scrappy ability to transition between 26 and 29in terrain. Given that flexibility, it's only fitting that their tires can keep up, and the Maxxis Ikon 3C/EXO/TR 27. 5in Tire is equal to the task. It's a lightweight, tubeless-ready tire that mixes biting knobs with the triple rubber 3C compound to create a truly versatile tire. The Ikon uses a 120tpi casing with EXO protection, which involves adding pinch flat and abrasion protection at the sidewall for an enhanced resistance to cuts. The casing is then wrapped in a tread pattern that favors both buff and loamy conditions due to the spacing between the center lugs and the raised side knobs. The center lugs are also ramped to resist folding under braking and acceleration. Maxxis made the center knobs from a harder compound. So, it resists wear and flex in the knobs while taking advantage of the supple casing's ability to conform to irregularities and permitting the softer side compound to grab in corners and while navigating off camber over wet roots and rocks.
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Maxxis Ikon 3C/TR Tire -29in Maxxis Ikon 3C/TR Tire -29in
Low profile tires are the go-to if you know without a doubt that the trail conditions won't change, but the two things you can count on out there are unpredictable surfaces and the potential for any sort of weather. That's where the race-ready 29in Maxxis Ikon 3C/TR Tire comes out to play. Built to roll fast while providing excellent grip across conditions ranging from hardpack to loose dirt, these tires can handle myriad conditions over the course of a ride. This lightweight, tubeless-ready tire mixes biting knobs with three rubber compounds to create a truly versatile profile. The supple 120 TPI casing is wrapped in a tread pattern that favors both buff and loamy conditions with moderate spacing between the center lugs and the raised side knobs. Those center lugs are also ramped to resist folding under braking and acceleration and the 3C Max Speed compound bridges the traction gap from packed to loose terrain. Maxxis fashions the center knobs from a harder compound to resist wear and flex while the supple casing allows the tire to conform to irregularities in the trail and lets the softer side compound hook up and grip. As a result, you gain a positive traction over wet roots and rocks and seamless transitions from straightaways into turns.
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Maxxis Ikon Plus 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5+ Maxxis Ikon Plus 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5+
The Maxxis Ikon Plus 3C/EXO/TR 27. 5+ Tire combines the sprightly, responsive feel we've grown to love in the original Ikon with updated knobs to best make use of a plus-sized tire's extra volume and contact patch for a screaming good time through trail conditions veering into the loose and sketchy. This tubeless-ready tire mixes biting knobs with three rubber compounds to create a truly versatile ride. The supple 120 TPI casing is wrapped in a tread pattern that favors loose over hardpack conditions with moderate spacing between the center lugs and the raised side knobs. Those center lugs are also ramped to resist folding under braking and acceleration and the 3C Max Speed compound helps bridge the traction gap from packed to loose terrain. Maxxis fashions the center knobs from a harder compound to resist wear and flex in the knobs while the supple casing allows the tire to conform to irregularities in the trail and lets the softer side compound hook-up and grip. As a result, you gain a positive traction over wet roots and rocks and seamless transitions from straightaways into turns.
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Maxxis Ikon Plus EXO/TR Tire - 27.5+ Maxxis Ikon Plus EXO/TR Tire - 27.5+
Ditch the puffy tire wobbles and keep that high volume, low pressure awesomeness with the Maxxis Ikon Plus EXO/TR 27. 5+ Tire. Pairing the fast, responsive feel of its skinnier, original Ikon sibling, this tire brings a fast, responsive feel that'll rocket off the start line or tackle a chill weekend shred over hard pack to loose dirt conditions. This tubeless-ready tire mixes biting knobs with a dual rubber compound to create a truly versatile ride. The supple 120 TPI casing is wrapped in a tread pattern that favors loose over hardpack conditions with moderate spacing between the center lugs and the raised side knobs. Those center lugs are also ramped to resist folding under braking and acceleration, while EXO protection fends off ride-interrupting flats. You'll gain positive traction over wet roots and rocks and seamless transitions from straightaways into turns.
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Maxxis Mammoth EXO Fat Bike Tire - 26in Maxxis Mammoth EXO Fat Bike Tire - 26in
Maxxis' Mammoth EXO was the brand's first foray into the world of fat bike tires, and like the ancient beast it's named for, it's prepared to roam over any amount of mud, snow, or sand you put in front of it without a second thought. Unlike its namesake, though, we think this tire is around for the long haul. Made with fast-rolling dual compound rubber, the Mammoth won't get slowed down on hardpack with its low-profile center tread, and whether you're turning in loose sand or on groomed snow trails, the tall side knobs make for consistent, reliable cornering. Maxxis reinforces the 120 TPI Mammoth with its EXO protection, and at 1270g, it won't be the lightest tire in your garage, but it's what you'll want to be on when the going gets tough.
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Maxxis Minion DHF - 29in Maxxis Minion DHF - 29in
Tackle muddy, technical rocky descents with confidence on the burly Maxxis Minion DHF 29in tire. Designed for aggressive riding, the Minion is enduro bred to bomb through a range of terrain and trail conditions, and in keeping with its namesake, loyally stick with you while you're navigating challenging lines. The Minion's triple compound construction suits it to rugged, enduro rides. It relies on a firm, durable base layer topped by two progressively softer layers to keep the tires glued to the trail when conditions get slippery and loose. We like the way the softer layers pair with the mix of directionally ramped center knobs and tall, channel-cut knobs along the sides to keep rolling resistance low on fast straightaways but grab quickly in tight corners.Between the dependable 60 TPI casing and the tubeless-ready construction, you can also count on the Minion to not bail if you hit an occasional rock or frequent rock gardens. With this mix of features, whether you're riding through mud, loose dirt, or any messy mix of conditions, we'd count on this tire to barrel through it all without hesitation.
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Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in
Tailored to aggressive trails and technical descents, the Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/Double Down/TR 27. 5in Tire sets the standard in traction and control when you're pushing things to the absolute limit. This particular version of the Minion DHF features 3C Maxx Terra compound, which is a triple-compound rubber that's harder along the base layer, getting progressively softer along the top layers for heightened traction and control. Since it's a bit softer than traditional dual-compound tires, you'll notice an increase in overall grip, albeit with a minor compromise in rolling resistance and tread longevity. Overall, it's a great choice if you're seeking the best in traction and control, especially as a burly front tire for tracking across the rough stuff. The Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/Double Down/TR 27. 5in Tire excels over a wide variety of conditions, from loose-over-hard to medium-packed dirt and loose, drifty surfaces. Its directional ramped knobs facilitate straight-line control at high speeds, with channel-cut knobs for aggressive cornering traction along the shoulders. This version is beefed-up with the Double Down Casing for peace of mind when you're dropping into the roughest of descents with sharp rocks, rock rolls, and bigger drops. This casing is reinforced with a butyl layer, which gives it robust toughness without the hefty weight of a dedicated downhill tire.
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Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 26in Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 26in
Maxxis set out to craft a tire that would loyally lead wherever you tell it to go -- in most cases, down muddy, rocky, technical descents -- and the result is the burly Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR Tire. Constructed specifically for aggressive enduro riding, the Minion was made to blast through a range of trail conditions and terrain, and like its namesake, to loyally stick with you while you're sticking challenging lines. The Minion's triple compound construction suits it to rugged, enduro rides. It relies on a firm, durable base layer topped by two progressively softer layers to keep the tires glued to the trail when conditions get slippery and loose. We like the way the softer layers pair with the mix of directionally ramped center knobs and tall, channel-cut knobs along the sides to keep rolling resistance low on fast straightaways but grab quickly in tight corners. Between the dependable 60 TPI casing and the tubeless-ready construction, you can also count on the Minion to not bail if you hit an occasional rock or frequent rock gardens. With this mix of features, whether you're riding through mud, loose dirt, or any messy mix of conditions, we'd count on this tire to barrel through it all without hesitation.
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Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus
The only thing nagging at you since you upgraded to your shiny new plus-sized frame has been what to do with your beloved stable of Maxxis tires. Tire loyalty is a real thing, but fortunately, your favorite brand already knows that. Grab the Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR 27. 5 Plus Tire and wrap it around your rims ASAP then get back out on the trails. Whether you're sending big, burly lines on your favorite singletrack or devouring real pow fat bike-style on winter trails, the Minion DHF brings the plus-sized plushness and stability you've come to expect from your new frame, along with the same confidence-inspiring grip you've always loved about it. As usual, the Minion's tall, square topography was created specifically for use up-front. Charge it with barreling through loose, unpredictable terrain and it'll greedily answer your calls every time. Maxxis lightens up the design by using its versatile 3C Maxx Terra compound for the tire's construction; with three different compounds, you gain grip and precision on corners, without entirely sacrificing low rolling resistance when you want to open it up on a straightaway. For protection on harsh, rocky lines, Maxxis' EXO protection acts as the Minion's invisible armor. This thin casing on the tire's interior beefs up the sidewalls without weighing you down, and as if that weren't enough, 120 TPI smooths out and lightens up your ride too.
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Maxxis Minion DHF EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus Maxxis Minion DHF EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus
In its decade-plus existence, the Maxxis Minion DHF has sat at the helm of trail and enduro sleds and dug in around switchbacks, floated through rock gardens, and straightlined singletrack more times than anyone can count. The classic tire continues its trail dominance in a new plus version with the Minion DHF EXO/TR 27. 5 Plus Tire. We can't think of many better ways to get rowdy on the trails than wrapping your beefy plus-sized front rim in a Minion DHF. This higher-volume version comes endowed with the same assortment of tall, square knobs that made its predecessor so successful, and when considering the added plushness and stability compared to 29 and 27. 5 that 27. 5 Plus brings, the Minion DHF stands to give you a hell of a ride. Maxxis uses dual-compound rubber to construct the Minion DHF to give it stable grip in corners and the ability to take off on smooth sections. Equipping this version of the tire to excel in the kind of sharp, repetitive rock gardens that often slice open sidewalls, Maxxis surrounds the Minion DHF in EXO protective casing. We can't promise you'll never flat, but you definitely shouldn't hold your breath when you round a quick corner and slam through a rock-encrusted section of trail. Plus, since it comes tubeless-ready, you'll be hard-pressed to flat during a ride unless you're trying to.
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Maxxis Minion DHF Wide Trail 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Minion DHF Wide Trail 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5in
Unless you recently returned from a vacation to Mars, you've noticed the "wider is better" trend taking over the mountain bike world. Maxxis is getting in on the game with its new Minion DHF Wide Trail 3C/EXO/TR 27. 5in Tire, which despite its name isn't actually wider than the original Minion, but features a tweaked tread pattern that's designed to offer better grip when mounted on wider rims. By changing (slightly) the location and orientation of the knobs, Maxxis was able to direct cornering force straight into the edge knobs at smaller lean angles, so you get the killer grip of the classic Minion without having to lay your wide-rimmed ride all the way down and risk washing out -- a distinct possibility with traditional tires mounted on wide rims. The tread isn't the only part of the Minion WT designed to improve traction. It's tubeless ready, so you can run it at lower pressures to improve grip, and comes in both 3C Maxx Grip and 3C Maxx Terra editions, the former of which is harder and more trail-friendly than the softer, DH-crushing latter. Both tires feature Maxxis' EXO casing, which is pliable but made to take a rocky beating, so you don't end up with sliced rubbers after shredding the pointy rocks and sharp-edged drops of trails like Moab's Porcupine Rim. Also of note is the DHF's comfort on soggy trails, which is in contrast to the DHR's jones for hardpack, loose dirt, and dry trails.
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Maxxis Minion DHF WT Wide Trail 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Minion DHF WT Wide Trail 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in
Some all-mountain shredders don't need it all to feel good. But that's not us. If it's not you, either, then Dr. Maxxis is prescribing 27. 5in of the Minion DHF WT Wide Trail 3C/Double Down/TR Tire. While its cup runneth over with all manner of Maxxis tech, this little enduro pill's active ingredient is its Double Down armor, which involves two layers of 120 TPI casing and a butyl insert for gravity-grade protection at an all-mountain weight. Take two and meet us at the trailhead in the morning. Despite not measuring in the 2. 8in range, the Minion WT still accommodates the current trend of wider rims with an equally expanded tread pattern. The tweaked design lets the tire sit fat without the risk of the shoulder knobs migrating to areas of trail contact that they're not meant for -- a distinct possibility with narrow tires on wide rims. This preserves the rolling speed and cornering confidence that keep us coming back to the dual-compound Minion party, and it also makes the DHF model's reliability on soggy trails that much more appealing. Sitting fat also equates to more air volume, which in turn makes for a plusher, less flat-prone, and higher traction ride -- all of which properties are further boosted by running the Minion tubeless. This particular Minion also features Maxxis' 3C Maxx Grip compound blend, which involves a harder base layer and progressively softer outer layers to maintain durability and preserve grip and trail feel. Like the Double Down puncture-resistance, 3C Maxx Grip is typically seen on Maxxis' DH line, so it's welcome medicine for any all-mountain nutter who regularly ends up on the far side of the ragged edge.
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Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 29in Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 29in
Whether you're rolling loose, floaty trails or fast-rolling hardpack, the Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/Double Down/TR 29in Tire's versatility makes it a go-to choice for downhill and freeride adventures. The DHR borrows the shoulder lugs from its sibling, the DHF to take on a slightly wider stance than the original DHR. The center lugs, which were once completely separated, are now nearly joined for a bit of a paddle effect. Together these improvements mean better cornering and improved braking, especially in loose conditions.Maxxis' Double Down dual-ply casing construction provides slightly heavier, downhill-worthy protection compared to EXO. While this does add a bit of weight, it makes up for that small compromise with increased durability through hard-charging runs and heart-dropping descents.
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Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus
Designed with paddle knobs running down the center for decreased rolling resistance and increased braking power on steep trails, the Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 27. 5 Plus Tire is an optimal choice for running on the rear of your plus-sized trail bike. Unlike the Minion DHF, which can be run as an aggressive tire on the front or rear, the Minion DHR II is purposely suited for the rear for its powerful braking capabilities when you're descending on steep trails. This particular version features a high-volume casing that allows you to drastically lower its pressure for greater bump compliance and loads of traction on the trail. This particular version brings even greater traction to your plus-sized trail rig with its 3C Maxx Terra compound, comprised of three different compounds of rubber that are progressively softer towards the upper layers touching the trail surface. Ultimately, this produces an insanely grippy tire with heightened levels of grip and overall control on the trail, albeit with a slight penalty in rolling resistance and tread longevity. This means you'll feel like you have unbelievable grip when you're riding at high speeds, braking on sketchy sections of trail, and railing corners. EXO protection gives you additional resistance to pesky flats caused from abrasive trail surfaces, such as sharp rocks and thorny vegetation. It's a great feature to have on a plus-sized tires, which are prone to getting flats due to their lower riding pressures and wider trail footprint. Plus, EXO protection gives you this added protection without a major increase in rolling weight, so you won't notice the reinforcement slowing you down on long climbs.
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Maxxis Minion DHR II EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus Maxxis Minion DHR II EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus
If you thought the OG Minion DHR gripped hard and cornered on rails, buckle up your seatbelt for the Maxxis Minion DHR II EXO/TR 27. 5 Plus Tire. It's burly shoulder lugs and wide stance sets the bar for plus-sized gravity and free-ride tires, digging in for aggressive turns and biting in for accelerations and confident braking. The center lugs, which were markedly spaced in its predecessor, now sit nearly joined at the center for a fast-rolling, paddle-like effect. Together, these tread features mean improved cornering and better braking, especially in loose, dusty conditions.In addition to that burly tread pattern, Maxxis includes EXO sidewall protection for increased durability and a tubeless-ready bead so you can lose the tube and drop the pressure for a smoother, pinch-flat-free ride.
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Maxxis Minion DHR II- 27.5 Maxxis Minion DHR II- 27.5
The Maxxis Minion DHR II 27. 5-inch Tire improves upon the solid design of its predecessor to give you reliable performance on the toughest, most technical trails. The DHR II's redesigned shoulder knobs offer a wider stance and better cornering than the original DHR, and the paddle-like knobs on the center tread improve breaking and provide better traction on loose ground. The center tread features ramped knobs for improved acceleration and sipes for smooth transitions. The Minion DHR II has 60tpi casing and is equipped with EXO sidewall protection technology, a semi-rigid fabric that is incorporated into the sidewall to prevent flats and abrasion.
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Maxxis Minion FBF EXO/TR Tire - 26in Maxxis Minion FBF EXO/TR Tire - 26in
Maxxis' cult favorite tire, the Minion, is working its way into every cycling tire category the company offers. And we think the reasons are obvious to anyone who's ridden it. The front-specific Minion FBF EXO/TR 26in fat bike Tire retains all of the go-anywhere burliness and reliability that made the enduro version so popular, but it's adapted to the world of snow and sand. The Minion FBF offers an impressive mix of grip and speed because it's constructed with the same aggressive, squared-off Minion DHF tread blocks you'll recognize from trail and enduro versions of the tire. Like those other iterations, it stays glued during trail or off-trail rides through mushy snow and mud and is especially adept at holding its own while cornering. On smooth singletrack, groomed snow, and the occasional paved trailhead approach, the 120 TPI will keep the tires from dragging.
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Maxxis Minion FBR EXO/TR Tire - 26in Maxxis Minion FBR EXO/TR Tire - 26in
Not content with letting trail and enduro riders have all of the fun on its beloved Minion, Maxxis has updated the crowd-pleasing tire to let fat bikes in on the game. Like a solid pair of mountaineering boots, the Minion FBR EXO/TR Tire will ready your burly fat bike for just about any conditions -- the looser and less predictable, the better. The Minion FBR is a rear-specific design meant to be paired with the compatible Minion FBF in front. The end goal is granting loyal grip in slick corners and along messy sections of trail without slowing you down when you reach smooth ribbons of snow-covered singletrack. Maxxis incorporates its tall, square, side knobs to dig in on corners. It then adds ramped, paddle-like knobs along the center channel for low rolling resistance on flatter sections of trail. This construction, combined with a 120 TPI and the tire's tubeless-ready construction, brings durability and responsiveness to the fat bike platform -- exactly what we've come to expect from any Maxxis Minion model.
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Maxxis Minion SS EXO/TR Tire - 29in Maxxis Minion SS EXO/TR Tire - 29in
Bridging the space between speedy, low-profile cross-country tires and burly downhill tires, the Maxxis Minion SS EXO/TR 29-in Tire features a mixed knob profile that combines the best of both worlds to add an epic touch to any enduro ride. Short, ramped knobs line the middle of the tire to roll fast, while the same fat side knobs found on the original downhill Minion grip hard through corners and over loose trails. This tire features a foldable bead, is tubeless ready, and is constructed with a 60 TPI casing and a Dual compound for pliable durability and grip. As an added bonus, EXO sidewall protection fends off pesky rocks and trail obstacles to prevent ride-ending tire tears as you bomb towards the finish line.
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Maxxis Minion SS Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Minion SS Tire - 27.5in
New to the lineup for 2016, the Maxxis 27. 5in Minion SS Tire bridges the gap between fast, low-profile XC tires and beefy downhill tires with a mixed knob profile that brings you the best of both worlds for maximum enduro fun. Featuring clumps of short, ramped knobs down the middle for rolling speed and the fat side knobs found on the original downhill Minion, the Minion SS rolls fast and grips hard in corners and loose trail conditions. This tire's foldable bead is tubeless-ready and features 60 TPI casing and a dual compound for pliable durability and grip. As an added bonus, EXO sidewall protection fends off pesky rocks and trail obstacles to prevent ride-ending tire tears as you bomb towards the finish line.
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Maxxis Rekon 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5+ Maxxis Rekon 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5+
The Maxxis Rekon 3C/EXO/TR 27. 5+ Tire boasts beefy, widely spaced knobs built to carve all manner of trail conditions. With siped knob edges and ramped middle knobs, the Rekon pairs high-traction grip with fast rolling speed, and wraps it all up in a plush plus-sized package to smoothly rock everything from hard pack to loose and dusty. This tubeless-ready tire mixes biting knobs with three rubber compounds to create a truly versatile ride. The supple 120 TPI casing is wrapped in a tread pattern that favors loose conditions without slowing you down on hardpack. It features moderate spacing between the center lugs and closely clustered side knobs for sure cornering bite. Those center lugs are also ramped to resist folding under braking and acceleration and the 3C Max Speed compound bridges the traction gap from packed to loose terrain. Maxxis fashions the center knobs from a harder compound to resist wear and flex while the supple casing allows the tire to conform to irregularities in the trail. The softer side compound hooks-up and grips while leaning through switchbacks or bogging through loose trails. As a result, you gain a positive traction over wet roots and rocks and seamless transitions from straightaways into turns.
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Maxxis Rekon EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus Maxxis Rekon EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus
With widely spaced, beefy knobs designed to grab onto a wide variety of trail surfaces and conditions, the Maxxis Rekon EXO/TR 27. 5 Plus Tire has earned its reputation as a favorite among the plus-sized wheel crowd. Its siped knob edges and ramped middle knobs pair high traction grip with smooth rolling speed to tough it out through loose and mucky bogs without slowing you down too much during hard and fast sections. This tubeless-ready tire mixes biting knobs with three rubber compounds to create a truly versatile ride. The 60 TPI casing is wrapped in a tread pattern that favors loose over hardpack, and it's equipped with moderate spacing between the center lugs and closely clustered side knobs for sure cornering bite. Those center lugs are also ramped to resist folding under braking and acceleration, while EXO protection fends off ride interrupting flats. You'll gain positive traction over wet roots and rocks and seamless transitions from straightaways into turns
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Maxxis Shorty 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 29in Maxxis Shorty 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 29in
Seeing as how it was originally built to devour the loosest, muddiest downhill courses with ease, it's no surprise that the Maxxis Shorty became an instant favorite on the downhill circuit. Slightly tweaked to provide a trail option, the 29in Maxxis Shorty 3C/EXO/TR Tire uses mid-depth spikes to dig in on rowdy, mucky, and all-around saturated trail adventures. The Shorty's foldable bead is tubeless ready to rock on your favorite wheels, featuring 60 TPI casing and the 3C Maxx Terra compound for pliable durability and grip. And then as an added bonus, EXO sidewall protection fends off troublesome rocks and trail obstacles to prevent ride-ending tire tears.
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Maxxis Shorty 3C/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Shorty 3C/TR Tire - 27.5in
The 27. 5in Maxxis Shorty 3C Tubeless Ready Tire began life as a gravity tire built for filthy courses. Given that trail riding feels more and more like enduro feels more and more like DH, it's only appropriate that the tire has made its way into the 2. 3in all-mountain game. It's got a body of mid-depth spikes that help it dig-in on questionable surfaces, and the triple compound spreads grip, fast-rolling, and puncture resistance across the tire's carcass.
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Maxxis Shorty Wide Trail 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Shorty Wide Trail 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in
An instant favorite of the World Cup DH racers at Maxxis, the Shorty Wide Trail 3C/Double Down/TR 27. 5in Tire handles high-octane descents, turbulent rock gardens, and narrow corners with equal aplomb. This tire's foldable bead is ready to roll tubeless on your favorite wheels, featuring 120 TPI casing and the 3C Maxx Terra compound for pliable durability and grip on rowdy trails. The mid-depth spikes dig in on loose, muddy, or just downright soaked trail conditions, and its tread pattern is consistent throughout to allow the fast-rolling dual compound rubber to grip well whether you're taking a tight corner or climbing in sand.
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Maxxis Shorty Wide Trail 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 29in Maxxis Shorty Wide Trail 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 29in
When conditions are far from perfect, turn to the Maxxis Shorty Wide Trail 3C/EXO/TR Tire for an abundance of reliable traction. With varying tread heights and staggered side knobs, this tire eats up blown-out corners, and loose and sloppy terrain while providing predictable traction and stability. It also features a 3C Maxx Terra compound that uses a harder, longer-lasting baselayer with two progressively softer top layers in order to optimize traction and stability on the trail. Then, the EXO sidewall protection wards off mid-ride flats, while a tubeless-ready design provides you with all the benefits of a UST tubeless tire without the added weight.
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Maxxis Snyper Tire - 24in Maxxis Snyper Tire - 24in
The 24in Snyper Tire is Maxxis' nod to the BMX cyclist whose tastes skew away from the urban alley cat scene and toward the dirtier side of things. Manicured skatepark sessions are fine, but trying to snipe lines between birthday party crews on two-wheeled scooters does eventually get old. When the soccer moms and scooter groms runneth over, retiring to the dirt park is the only recourse, and no tire handles that transition better than the dual-compound Snyper. The hard center line reduces rolling resistance to gather speed between ramps, and the softer shoulders grip in turns or during sketchy landings when you don't quite complete the full rotation.
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Maxxis Tomahawk 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 29in Maxxis Tomahawk 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 29in
It's hard to ignore the fact that the bike industry has been churning out a new class of discipline-bending, do-it-all trail and enduro machines with fewer limitations than ever. Fast climbs, cushy descents, and everything in between are par for the course for these new unshakeable monsters. If you're going to be riding one, it deserves the right set of boots to best put its abilities on display, and Maxxis' Tomahawk 3C/EXO/TR Tire aims to be that pair of boots. Designed to succeed throughout a huge range of all-mountain rowdiness, the Tomahawk is an aggressive, adaptable tire begging to earn a spot on the shuttle for your next ride. Equipping a tire to roll quickly on straightaways and corner without skidding out generally means knobs with a slightly lower center profile paired with more aggressive sidewall knobs. Maxxis took this strategy to the extreme on the Tomahawk, giving it center tread that looks like it's been flattened with a hammer, towered over by a set of squared-off side knobs eager to latch onto the trail on loose switchbacks. This drastic combination results in a tire that's as well prepared to fly over the flats as it is to barrel down rock-encrusted descents, with the added reassurance of Maxxis' EXO protection warding off flats. The triple compound, or 3C Maxx Terra, construction Maxxis uses gives the tire the consistency to back up the knobs' highly specialized positioning; harder rubber along the center softens to suppler material on the sidewalls for confident cornering and speedy fire road transitions.
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Maxxis Tomahawk Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Tomahawk Double Down/TR Tire - 27.5in
Maxxis' Tomahawk Double Down is designed for all-mountain and enduro riding just like its sibling, the Tomahawk EXO. The key difference between the two is in the casing and overall weight: Maxxis' Double Down casing compound provides slightly heavier, downhill-inspired protection for the Tomahawk Double Down than EXO. This new compound has a TPI of 120 compared to the EXO's 60, and because of that, the tires' claimed weight tips the scales at just over 1,000g. Besides the casing, the overall features of the two Tomahawk models are the same. The Double Down adeptly navigates muddy trails and pounds rocks using consistent, widely spaced knobs throughout, while the square profile makes the tires quick and reliable while cornering. Maxxis ensures that the tires' centers are fast-rolling for dry conditions as well -- with the added assurance of the Double Down casing, you can add these to your already versatile 27. 5 and know they'll be ready for anything.
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Maxxis Tomahawk EXO/TR Tire - 27.5in Maxxis Tomahawk EXO/TR Tire - 27.5in
If you're riding a 27. 5, you might as well have a tire in your lineup that is as much of a delight on trail rides as the bike itself. Maxxis' Tomahawk EXO TR Tire is made out of Maxxis' 3C Maxx Terra rubber compound, which falls in the middle of the brand's offerings in terms of grip and rolling resistance, so it will go when you want it to and hang on without feeling sluggish on more technical terrain. The center tread offers low rolling resistance while you accelerate along hardpack and singletrack, while the square profile and tall side knobs provide confidence as you test your 27. 5 's handling on tight switchbacks over unpredictable root lattices. Maxxis kept the knobs open to allow the tires to clear debris and mud, and reinforced the sidewalls with EXO sidewall protection to help you avoid flats.
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Mercury Wheels X1 Carbon Enduro 27.5in DT Swiss 240 Wheelset Mercury Wheels X1 Carbon Enduro 27.5in DT Swiss 240 Wheelset
Mercury Wheels is conveniently located just up the road from the Competitive Cyclist offices, so we've had the opportunity to spend some time putting its X1 Carbon Enduro 27. 5in DT Swiss 240 Wheelset through the ringer on the local trail systems. We can attest that these rims are stiff and responsive with DT Swiss' venerable 240 hubs ensuring they roll fast and smooth no matter the terrain. The rims are built with a hookless bead, which--contrary to what common sense might suggest--makes the rim-to-tire bead connection more reliable. Burping and tire blow-offs are actually more common with hooked rims, and hookless models also demonstrate improved tire retention. By eliminating the ridge of material constituting the hook, hookless beads also enjoy increased structural integrity, which is a definite plus when you consider that the X1 Carbon Enduro is built to handle the big hits of enduro and all-mountain riding. We've found that mounting some tire brands can be a little tricky, but once they're on, the bead holds a tubeless setup steady. In addition to that hookless bead, Mercury employs a hefty 26mm internal rim width designed to support the wider tires preferred by today's enduro shredders. This wider rim lets the tire take on a fuller shape with straighter sidewalls than the light bulb associated with narrower rims, which in turn provides increased stability and more rubber on the ground at any given time. On the trail, this means better cornering and increased grip with the added bonus of fewer pinch flats compliments of that rounder shape.
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Mercury Wheels X3 27.5 Plus Boost Wheelset Mercury Wheels X3 27.5 Plus Boost Wheelset
There are some virtues to the five-inch tires on fat bikes, including traction, plushness, the joy of riding not only off-road but off-trail. Unfortunately, those virtues come with the vice of a ride that feels plodding compared to a jittery, low-travel XC bike. Mercury Wheels' X3 27. 5 Plus Boost Wheelset goes some way toward bridging the gap between those two extremes, combining an extra-wide footprint with Boost axles to complement today's breed of high-clearance, all-mountain framesets. These bikes tend to have aggressively proportioned rear triangles with slacked-out front ends, and the X3 27. 5 Plus Boost wheels max out that dynamism with equal parts torsional stiffness and plus-sized traction. The only limit is a given frame's tire clearance. The rims consist of all-mountain-inspired, lightweight, stiff aluminum that lives up to the trail-furniture-be-damned attitude that their efficient ride quality inspires. While alloy wheels aren't as stiff as carbon, a 40mm external width and the improved spoke bracing angle of Boost axles conspire to reduce flex while climbing and barreling through lines. This is a full 5mm wider than the standard X3 rim, and the internal width of 35mm means the Plus rims can just about swallow their skinnier counterparts. That width also lets plus-sized tires plump out to their preferred girth, allowing for a larger contact patch and lower PSI.
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Mercury Wheels X3 27.5in Wheelset Mercury Wheels X3 27.5in Wheelset
Our first taste of Mercury, Utah's own sandaled god of speed, came on the road in the form of the US championship-winning M5 carbon wheels. We were converted pretty handily, and several Competitive staffers can be seen on the roads spinning the distinctive logo. Given this enthusiasm, we obviously had no choice but to jump at the chance to also stock Mercury's X3 27. 5in Wheelset for our off-road adventures. After all, life isn't (just) carbon and Lycra; sometimes we find that a little alloy and a lot of dirt are the tickets to staying motivated to hit our cycling goals -- especially if the goal is just to have fun on cranks. The X3 rims are an XC-specific model, built from a lightweight, stiff aluminum that lives up to the trail-furniture-be-damned attitude that their efficient ride quality inspires. At 24mm, the tubeless-ready rims are a touch wider than many traditional XC race models, so they'll seat slightly fatter tires at a lower PSI with less chance of rolling off while leaving hot tracks across a berm. In addition to a safer setup, the wider rims also allow more tire volume, grippier cornering, and less rolling resistance. Mercury's six-bolt rear hub is convertible for use with either 135 or 142mm axles, so they're compatible with most current frames and they're proof against the dimensions of what looks to be the likely future standard. Though the adapter isn't included here, it's nice to know it's available. The fact that they're built for 27. 5in tires means they're future-proof in that regard, too, as the superior angle of attack and nimble handling of the greater than/less than tire size makes a strong argument for its off-road hegemony going forward.
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Mercury Wheels X3 Enduro 27.5in Boost Wheelset Mercury Wheels X3 Enduro 27.5in Boost Wheelset
Designed for enduro and all-mountain riding, the Mercury Wheels X3 Enduro 27. 5in Boost Wheelset is built around a 6-bolt hubs and Sapim Race double-butted spokes. The 28-spoke, two-cross lacing pattern makes for a laterally stiff wheel with just enough pliancy to offer up a calmer and more stable ride through the rough stuff. Made out of a lightweight, durable alloy, the X3 Enduro delivers a worthy upgrade from the stock rim you've been riding without coming close to breaking the bank. And while we admit that alloy isn't as stiff as carbon, the improved spoke bracing angle of Boost axles works to reduce flex while crushing hill climbs and cleaning jarring lines without a second thought. With a 29mm internal width, the X3 will eagerly awaits your big new tires with open arms with its plush platform that maintains trail dexterity while it softens your ride.
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Mercury Wheels X3 Enduro 29in Boost Wheelset Mercury Wheels X3 Enduro 29in Boost Wheelset
Whoever said less is more clearly had never been on a mountain bike. On dirt, a few curves and a lot of squish have become hugely desirable traits, and ones we anticipate seeing a whole lot more of in coming years. Of course, you can't fully benefit from your pudgy, fun-loving new set of donuts if you try to wrap them over too-narrow rims that make them feel sloppy, so invest in the Mercury X3 Enduro 29in Boost Wheelset to give them the expansive partners they deserve. Made out of a lightweight, durable alloy, the X3 Enduro makes a worthy upgrade for the stock hoops you've been meaning to replace, and it won't blow your entire trail travel fund for the summer. While alloy isn't as stiff as carbon, the improved spoke bracing angle of Boost axles conspires to reduce flex while dancing up climbs and cleaning jarring lines. With a 29mm internal width, the X3 will welcome your plump new tires with open arms onto a plush platform that maintains trail dexterity while it softens your ride. Though any enduro beast stands to gain plushness wider tires and rims deliver, slacked-out hardtail 29ers just might stand to benefit most from added squish in the front and back.
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Michelin 26in Airstop Presta Mountain Tube Michelin 26in Airstop Presta Mountain Tube
While we often stand on our soapbox to advocate tubeless technology for mountain bike tires, the truth remains that we always carry tubes with us on serious adventures into the backwoods. At that point we want something economical and reliable. These Michelin MTB Airstop Presta Tubes are all of that thanks to their traditional butyl rubber construction. Of course, tubeless or tubes is a personal choice and if you use tubes on a regular basis, Michelin Airstop Tubes are perfect for that as well. They're light enough and offer excellent puncture protection. They'll work in any 26" mountain bike tire from 1. 5 - 2. 2" widths.
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Michelin Wild Grip'r Tire - 29in Michelin Wild Grip'r Tire - 29in
Modern mountain bike tires have to be versatile, as it's increasingly difficult and expensive to switch tires for different conditions. To bridge the elusive gap between buff singletrack, greasy trails, and rocky terrain, the 29-in Wild Grip'r Tire relies on a new tread design and Michelin's respected rubber expertise. A low-profile, high-durometer tire equals fast-paced fun on hard packed trails. Inversely, if that tire finds itself in mud, deft handling skills are required to keep the rubber-side down. The slightly elongated center knobs that are found on this Wild Grip'r 29er provide efficiency and control by resisting deflection under acceleration and braking on packed dirt. Yet, they're space well enough to still bite and shed on the opposite end of the spectrum. That's one way that the Wild Grip'r covers two extremes, and another is its transition knobs. These intermediate blocks are siped and variable, so they conform to irregular terrain. Meanwhile, reinforced side lugs deform less and give a positive indication of traction limits. And like the center knobs, these are all spaced to prevent traction loss due to buildup. Optimized tread is only part of the tire equation, and as aforementioned, Michelin chose a compound specific to this multi-purpose tire. This engineered rubber composite has a durometer of 63a, which marginally favors hard packed trails over grip for increased longevity. The casing is a single ply with a TPI count of 60 in order to increase durability without weighing things down. The Michelin Wild Grip'r 29in Tire has a folding Aramid bead and is available in a 29x2. 25-inch size. Please note that this tire is tubeless-ready, but it does not include either tire sealant or rim tape.
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Michelin Wild Race'r Tire - 29in Michelin Wild Race'r Tire - 29in
When speed is on the menu, low-profile knobs are essential to prevent energy loss. This often comes as a sacrifice in the traction department. But, with the Michelin Wild Race'r 29in Tire, intelligent knob construction reduces that negative impact. To start with, this tubeless twenty-niner tire's hollow, diamond-shaped blocks alternate between being bridged together and being solo. This happens along the center tread zone, and it helps to reduce flex under acceleration and braking. Additionally, it enables a conforming level of flex when needed. Meanwhile, the bridging ties into the side transition blocks. This gives the tire consistent traction during turn-in, and it ramps up as lean angle is increased. The enhanced traction is from more aggressive knobs, with additional siping. Along the Wild Race'r Tire's outer-edge, reinforced triangles dig in to loose soil for confidence inspiring handling. The Michelin Wild Race'r 29in Tire has a folding UST Aramid bead and is available in either a 2. 1 or 2. 25-inch width. Please note that this tire is sold individually, and that it does not include either tire sealant or rim tape.
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Michelin Wild Race'r Ultimate Advanced Tire - 29in Michelin Wild Race'r Ultimate Advanced Tire - 29in
The Michelin Wild Race'r Ultimate Advanced 29in Tire boasts a rare combination of fast rolling efficiency and aggressive traction. This unlikely combination owes its existence to intelligent knob construction and Michelin's GUM-X series compound, which work together to offer the perfect balance of grip, efficiency, and durability. This tubeless 29er tire's hollow, diamond-shaped blocks alternate between being bridged together and being solo along the center tread zone to reduce tread flex under acceleration and braking. Set at 45 degrees, the blocks are situated to increase ground contact and grip the dirt. Along the shoulders, Michelin incorporates an updated tread pattern utilizing more aggressively shaped knobs to increase lateral grip for confident handling.
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MRP Ribbon 130 Boost Fork - 29/27.5 Plus MRP Ribbon 130 Boost Fork - 29/27.5 Plus
With more adjustments than just about any fork on the market, the performance-obsessed engineers at MRP designed the Ribbon 130 Boost 29/27. 5in Plus Fork to hold up against the hard-hitting demands of all-mountain ripping while offering up a totally custom feel to meet your specific riding needs and adapt local trail systems. Not only did MRP succeed in this ambitious endeavor of creating a fine-tunable fork for discerning riders and suspension geeks, but they did so while keeping its weight competitively low at only 4. 2 pounds. This particular Ribbon fork features 130-millimeters of terrain-taming travel for your all-mountain and enduro adventures. Boost axle spacing makes for precise tracking of the front wheel over more turbulent sections of the trail, while the 35-millimeter stanchions offer reduced flex and stiff tracking over the aforementioned rough stuff. Since the Ribbon is named after the infamous Grand Junction trail that's touted as one of the most "unique slab rock trails that's as fast as your bike will permit," it makes sense that the Ribbon is built to excel on the steepest descents at high speeds, but also easily pick apart technical terrain with methodical precision. Then, the Ribbon's FulFill air spring gives you the fine-tunable feel of independently adjustable positive and negative air chambers, which is ideal if you want to customize your fork's operation and feel to near-obsessive realms. Whether you need it to be smooth and supple off-the-top or incredibly supportive, the Ribbon is your fork of choice with its independent air chambers. By integrating Ramp Control technology into the Ribbon, MRP ensures you won't have to add or remove volume spacers ever again. This technology delivers 16-position adjustment with the twist of a knob, tuning your fork's behavior to handle harsh hits where you'd normally bottom out. Meanwhile, PSST valves bleed out the lowers when drastic changes in elevation and temperature mess with the operation and f...
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MRP Ribbon 140 Boost Fork - 29/27.5 Plus MRP Ribbon 140 Boost Fork - 29/27.5 Plus
Offering adjustability out the wazoo, the performance-driven engineers at MRP designed the Ribbon 140 Boost 29/27. 5in Plus Fork to hold up against punishing all-mountain ripping while serving up a custom feel that meets your specific riding needs and adapts easily to local trail systems. In addition to creating a fine-tunable fork for discerning riders and suspension geeks, MRP also was able to keep its weight competitively low at a mere 4. 2 pounds. This particular Ribbon fork features 140-millimeters of terrain-mastering travel for your all-mountain and enduro endeavors. Boost axle spacing brings you precise front wheel tracking over more rambunctious sections of the trail, while the 35-millimeter stanchions' reduced flex and stiff tracking helps adapt to the bumps and divots of the aforementioned rough stuff. Seeing as how the Ribbon is named after the infamous Grand Junction trail that's regarded as one of the most "unique slab rock trails that's as fast as your bike will permit," it only makes sense that the Ribbon is designed to handle the steepest descents at high speeds, but also pick apart technical terrain with surgical precision. Ribbon's FulFill air spring provides you with the fine-tunable feel of independently adjustable positive and negative air chambers, which is ideal when you want to customize your fork's operation and feel to your obsessive specifications. Whether you need it to be smooth and supple off-the-top or exceptionally supportive, the Ribbon is your go-to fork with its independent air chambers. By integrating Ramp Control technology into the Ribbon, MRP ensures you won't have to add or remove volume spacers ever again. This technology delivers 16-position adjustment with the flick of a knob, tuning your fork's behavior to handle harsh hits where you'd otherwise bottom out. Meanwhile, PSST valves bleed out the lowers when dramatic changes in elevation and temperature mess with the operation and feel of your fork. MRP integrated a "...
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MRP Ribbon 150 Boost Fork - 27.5in MRP Ribbon 150 Boost Fork - 27.5in
Providing more adjustments than virtually any fork on the market, the performance-obsessed engineers created the Ribbon 150 Boost 27. 5in Fork to withstand the serious demands of all-mountain thrashing while offering up a totally custom feel to your specific riding needs and local trail ecosystems. Not only did MRP succeed in this ambitious endeavor of creating a fine-tunable fork for discerning riders and suspension geeks, but they did so while keeping its weight competitively low at only 4. 15 pounds. This particular Ribbon fork boasts 150-millimeters of terrain-taming travel for your all-mountain and enduro endeavors. BOOST axle spacing makes for precise tracking of the front wheel over rough and rowdy sections of trail. Seeing that MRP's local trails in Grand Junction, Colorado are some of the most challenging and diverse in the country, it makes perfect sense they'd create the Ribbon with 35-millimeter stanchions for reduced flex and stiff tracking over the rough stuff, and at a touch lighter than the competition's forks with 36-millimeter stanchions. Interestingly enough, the Ribbon takes its name an infamous trail in the Grand Junction area, touted as one of the most "unique slab rock trails that's as fast as your bike will permit." This brutal testing ground sets the bar high for the Ribbon's performance, meaning it had to excel on the steepest descents at high speeds, but also make easy working of picking across technical terrain with methodical precision. The Ribbon's new FulFill air spring gives you the fine-tunable feel of independently adjustable positive and negative air chambers, which is ideal for the rider customizing their fork's operation and feel to near-obsessive realms. Whether you need it to be smooth and supple off-the-top or incredibly supportive, the Ribbon is your fork of choice with its independent air chambers. MRP integrated Ramp Control technology into the Ribbon as well, which means you won't have to add or remove volume spacers ...
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MRP Ribbon 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in MRP Ribbon 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in
Offering more adjustability than virtually any fork on the market, the performance-obsessed engineers at MRP created the Ribbon 160 Boost 27. 5in Fork to withstand the serious demands of all-mountain thrashing while offering up a customizable feel to your specific riding needs and local trails at hand. Not only did MRP succeed in this ambitious endeavor of creating a fine-tunable fork for discerning riders and suspension geeks, but they did so while keeping the Ribbon competitively lightweight in its all-mountain category at a mere 4. 15 pounds. This particular Ribbon fork boasts 160-millimeters of terrain-smoothing travel with BOOST axle spacing for precise tracking of the front wheel over rowdy sections of trail. Seeing that MRP's local trails in Grand Junction, Colorado are some of the most challenging and diverse in the country, it makes perfect sense that they'd create the Ribbon with 35-millimeter stanchions for reduced torsional flex when you're rallying it over chunky rocks, steep descents, and harsh drops. In fact, the Ribbon is named after an infamous trail in the Grand Junction area, touted as one of the most "unique slab rock trails that's as fast as your bike will permit." This brutal testing ground sets the bar high for the Ribbon's performance, meaning it had to excel on the steepest descents at high speeds, but also pick lines across technical sections with methodical precision. The Ribbon's new FulFill air spring gives you the fine-tunable feel of independently adjustable positive and negative air chambers, which is ideal for the rider customizing their fork's feel to near-obsessive realms. Whether you need it to be smooth and supple off-the-top or incredibly supportive, the Ribbon is your fork of choice with its independent air chambers. MRP integrated Ramp Control technology into the Ribbon as well, which means you won't have to add or remove volume spacers ever again. This technology gives you 16 position adjustments with the flick of a kno...
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Niner CYA Insert Niner CYA Insert
Bottom bracket standards have gotten a bit out of hand in the last few years, requiring frame designers to use one system over another. Instead of succumbing to one brand's standard, Niner saw this as an opportunity and developed the CYA Insert. Now you can press fit an adapter for BB30, BB92, PF30, or standard English threaded bottom brackets into your CYA equipped frame. Say adios, sayonara, or Audi 5000 to conformity, and hello to options.
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OneUp Components SRAM Direct Mount Chainring OneUp Components SRAM Direct Mount Chainring
Narrow-wide chainrings are one piece of the puzzle allowing for game changing single-ring drivetrains. Tooth retention on the OneUp Direct Mount Narrow Wide Chainring works in conjunction with a rear derailleur's clutch so you can run a 1x drivetrain without any chain guides. The alternating tooth profile fits closely to the chain's inside plates holding the chain securely in place. A reinforced wide tooth design provides maximum ring durability when run without a bash guard and the aggressive crud chamfers offer excellent mud shedding performance and extend the ring's life. The SRAM Direct Mount model allows you to mount the chainring directly to the crankarms shaving the unnecessary weight of the spider and chainring bolts and allows for smaller chainring use to tackle the steepest climbs. Available in even sizes between 28-34t and in the colors green and black.
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OneUp Components SRAM Oval Traction Direct Mount Chainring OneUp Components SRAM Oval Traction Direct Mount Chainring
Narrow-wide chainrings are one piece of the puzzle allowing for game changing single-ring drivetrains. Tooth retention on the OneUp Direct Mount Narrow Wide Chainring works in conjunction with a rear derailleur's clutch so you can run a 1x drivetrain without any chain guides. The alternating tooth profile fits closely to the chain's inside plates holding the chain securely in place. A reinforced wide tooth design provides maximum ring durability when run without a bash guard and the aggressive crud chamfers offer excellent mud shedding performance and extend the ring's life. The SRAM Oval Direct Mount model allows you to mount the chainring directly to the crankarms, shaving the unnecessary weight of the spider and chainring bolts and allows for smaller chainring use to tackle the steepest climbs. These oval chainrings feature 12% ovality at 115-degrees clocking from the crank arm to put the major axis of the oval in your most power position of the pedal stroke. This efficiently utilizes your strongest muscle groups for the most efficient power, while speeding up the stroke through the weaker zones smoothing out the torque to the rear tire and allowing for a perfect spin. A 32t ring in equivalent to a 34t in the power-zone and a 30t in the weaker phase. Available in even sizes between 30-34t and in the color black.
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OneUp Components X-Cog for SRAM XX1/X01 OneUp Components X-Cog for SRAM XX1/X01
Instead of chalking that $400 cassette you got last year up as a loss after wearing it out quicker than you anticipated, pick up the OneUp Components X-Cog for SRAM XX1/X01 to get rolling again without handing over a hefty amount of cash. Made from tough, lightweight 7075-T6 aluminum, the X-Cog extends the life and range of your 10-42T cassette by replacing the worn out aluminum 42T. And the X-Cog delivers more range, not just an easier granny gear, which is a must for serious riders who are looking to maximize their chainring size for time trials but also want to conserve energy on grueling climbs. Its press fit design guarantees an easy, hassle-free assembly, while the full spline width prevents gouging damage to the freehub.
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PRO Ergonomic Grips PRO Ergonomic Grips
Bring the fun back into riding without the numb, tingly, or sore hands with the PRO Ergonomic Grip. This lock-on grip helps alleviate hands and numbness with its ergonomic shaping. The dual compound is extremely grippy, delivering plenty of control in a wide variety of trail conditions.
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PRO Slide On Race Grip PRO Slide On Race Grip
Retaining a low-bulk feel with increased sensitivity for cross country racers and discerning trail riders, the PRO Slide On Race Grip features shock-absorbing silicone in an offset geometry that places padding only where it's essential. Silicone excels in dissipating shock and unruly vibration transmitted through the bars when you're riding through chunky rock gardens and root-latticed singletrack. It's also an extremely grippy material, promoting sure-handed dexterity for conquering demanding stretches of trail. Plus, it's light enough for weight-conscious racers seeking grips that won't weigh down their cross country bikes.
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PRO Tharsis XC Stem PRO Tharsis XC Stem
Given that it shares the corporate family tree with Shimano, it's no surprise that PRO developed cockpit kit that allows for clean, flawless routing of the new XTR Di2. PRO's calling this system Tharsis, and the Tharsis XC Stem is one of the two key ingredients. As PRO's own Bas Schpveld describes it, the Tharsis stem and handlebar combination is a "showcase for Shimano" to demonstrate the possibilities of not only clean shifting and routing, but the simple elegance of a drivetrain and cockpit designed to interface seamlessly. In addition to the internal routing, this interface also involves a clamping system that ditches the usual star nut in favor of a threaded spacer that compresses the stack, leaving the steerer tube free to house a Di2 battery. The internal, intuitive Di2 routing is only part of the Tharsis XC Stem's story, though, as its lightweight alloy and titanium bolts keep the claimed grams under 145 for the 100mm option. It's also stiff enough for XC sprints and durable enough to survive standard trail abuse and the occasional instances when a bike gets a little too intimate with a passing tree. After all, clean lines and stylish routing are useless if the kit wilts at the first sign of trail furniture, and the Tharsis models were developed in conjunction with the riders on Shimano's sponsored XC teams to ensure that their fortitude matches their style.
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Race Face Aeffect 27.5in Wheelset Race Face Aeffect 27.5in Wheelset
In Race Face's own words, the Aeffect 27. 5in wheelset was designed to be a "hardworking, no-nonsense set of hoops." Already known for solid, reliable drivetrain kit, Race Face has only recently entered the wheelset category, introducing a wheel for everyday XC and trail miles that further burnishes the company's sterling reputation for bombproof-ness. With a claimed weight of 1,820g, the Aeffects don't break any records for their lightness, but they also won't empty your wallet the way some of their featherweight compatriots will. To give the wheels stiffness and durability without the price tag of carbon, Race Face uses treated 6061 aluminum to construct the rims. They feature a generous 23mm internal width and 27. 3mm external width with a depth of 20. 5mm. They're laced with 28 straight-pull, bladed spokes in a cross-laced pattern to achieve a stiff and snappy response as you corner and climb on singletrack. The hubs feature Race Face's sturdy, custom sealed cartridge bearings and 3-pawl design to offer fast and reliable engagement across 21 points.
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Race Face Aeffect R 35 20mm Rise Handlebar Race Face Aeffect R 35 20mm Rise Handlebar
A no nonsense trail oversized handlebar, the Race Face Aeffect R 35 20mm Rise Handlebar gives the modern mountain biker a durable set-and-forget bar that's eager to rip up the trail with you. Sitting at a generous 780mm width, this bar will add control on your aggressive all-mountain trail or enduro machine and is the kind of bar for riders seeking strength rather than counting grams.The Aeffect R's 35mm clamp section increases stiffness at the all-important handlebar/stem junction. Butting the tubing reinforces high-stress areas while thinning the walls wherever possible to keep the claimed weight at a reasonable 345g and improve ride comfort. This isn't the lightest bar, but it will laugh off abuse that would normally destroy a carbon bar and save your wallet. The 9-degree backsweep and 5-degree upsweep of the 2014 aluminum felt completely neutral in our hands and the stealth black on black looks great on any mountain bike.
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Race Face Aeffect SL 29in Wheelset Race Face Aeffect SL 29in Wheelset
Wagon wheels have had their detractors from the beginning. "Too flexi," "wander on climbs," "don't track right"--we've heard it all. But in the end, they're just faster than their stunted counterparts, and when it comes to XC speed, fast is fun. Race Face's Aeffect SL 29in Wheelset embodies the speed-first ethos of 29ers in a wheel whose rim balances width against weight, going a tad wider than traditional XC wheels without falling victim to the rim-width arms race currently gripping the enduro world. That's not to say the rims are tiny. At 24mm, their internal width eclipses the standard external width of cross-country race wheels from just a few years ago. They better accommodate slightly larger tires, allowing for higher air volume, lower PSI, increased traction, and an additional layer of cushion for sopping up trail chatter. Since they're branded Aeffect, you can rest assured that they're also tough as hell. The rims are laced to Race Face's Trace hubs. The Trace model doesn't quite have the lightning-strike engagement of the brand's new Vault freehub, but that's just indicative of their different recommended uses. Since it's featured on an XC model, the Trace hub's three pawls and 9. 2-degree engagement are more than equal to the needs of endurance events and long periods spent at speed. The Vault's faster engagement is nice if you're muscling big-travel enduro sleds over stop-and-start rocky cruxes, but the Aeffect SL's Trace hubs do the trick when low weight and high speed are the order of the day.
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Race Face ARC 24 DT Swiss 240 29in Wheel Race Face ARC 24 DT Swiss 240 29in Wheel
It's no wonder why the Race Face ARC 24 DT Swiss 240 29in Wheel is a favorite the world over--this welded, tubeless-ready workhorse is built to handle cross-country and demanding all-mountain terrain while also accommodating the needs of multiple styles of riding. Its aluminum rim and welded seam serve up an ideal level of strength without bulky weight to ensure you rip down the trail with control and precision, and the strong tire retention bead is tubeless-ready to help you roll at lower pressures without losing grip or the dreaded risk of snakebites. Then, the DT Swiss 240 disc hubs step up to the plate to give more powerful riders a boost on cross-country, trail, and gravity rides, while the added stiffness from the straight pull spokes increases your bike's overall responsiveness.
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Race Face ARC 24 DT Swiss 350 27.5in Boost Wheel Race Face ARC 24 DT Swiss 350 27.5in Boost Wheel
The go-to workhorse for aggressive riders the world over, The Race Face 24 DT Swiss 350 27. 5in Boost Wheel is a welded, tubeless-ready dynamo designed to handle cross-country and demanding all-mountain terrain, but also meet the needs of just about every style of riding. The aluminum rim and welded seam provides you with the optimal level of strength with exceptionally low weight to keep you ripping down the trail with confidence. Then, the strong tire retention bead is tubeless-ready to help you roll at lower pressures with better grip, but without running the risk of snakebites. DT Swiss 350 disc hubs are purposefully suited for more powerful riders who prefer XC, trail, and gravity rides, and the added stiffness from the straight pull spokes elevate overall responsiveness.
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Race Face ARC 27 DT Swiss 240 27.5in Wheel Race Face ARC 27 DT Swiss 240 27.5in Wheel
From the moment you begin rolling on the Race Face ARC 27 DT Swiss 240 27. 5in Wheel you'll understand why it's a favorite of riders all over the world. This welded, tubeless-ready powerhouse works hard for you so you don't have to on rides ranging from gentle cross-country to demanding all-mountain terrain, while also maintaining the ability to accommodate just about every style of riding. An aluminum rim and welded seams work together to provide you with the optimal level of strength without unnecessary, bulky weight slowing you down. Adding to your mid-ride control and confidence, the strong tire retention bead is tubeless-ready to help you roll at lower pressures without losing grip or running the risk of burps, slashes, or snakebites. Then, the versatile DT Swiss 240 disc hubs cater to more powerful riders with a commanding performance on cross-country, trail, and gravity rides, while the additional stiffness from the straight pull spokes brings your bike's overall responsiveness to the next level.
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Race Face ARC 27 DT Swiss 350 27.5in Wheel Race Face ARC 27 DT Swiss 350 27.5in Wheel
An extremely hard worker, the Race Face 27 DT Swiss 350 27. 5in Wheel is built to handle cross-country and aggressive all-mountain terrain while also meeting the needs of every style of riding. An aluminum rim and welded seam keeps you flying down the trail with confidence thanks to an optimal strength-to-weight ratio. DT Swiss 350 disc hubs are ideally suited for more powerful riders who prefer XC, trail, and gravity rides, and the added stiffness from the straight pull spokes enhance overall responsiveness.
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Race Face Atlas 1 1/4in Riser Handlebar Race Face Atlas 1 1/4in Riser Handlebar
Nearly 32mm of rise makes Race Face's Atlas 1 1/4in Riser Handlebar one of its tallest. And, at 785mm wide (almost 31 inches), it's going to fill the gap of larger riders looking for a spacious cockpit, or downhill racers looking for more control. To fulfill strength requirements, the Atlas is constructed from cold-drawn, seamless 7050-T76 aluminum with internal butting at the clamp zone. For excellent ergonomics and control, Race Face gives the Atlas an eight-degree rearward, and four-degree upward, sweep to place the wrists in a neutral position. This allows riders to naturally maneuver the bike in the air and on land along multiple axes. The Race Face Atlas 1 1/4in Riser Handlebar comes in an anodized, durable Black finish, and it has a 31. 8mm clamp diameter.
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Race Face Atlas 1/2in Riser Handlebar Race Face Atlas 1/2in Riser Handlebar
At 785mm wide, Race Face's Atlas 1/2in Riser Handlebar's been designed with the gravity rider in mind. And to fulfill the strength requirements this sect demands, the Atlas is constructed from cold-drawn, seamless 7050-T76 aluminum with internal butting at the clamp zone. For excellent ergonomics and control, Race Face gives the Atlas an eight-degree rearward sweep and four-degree upward, which places the wrists in a neutral position. This allows riders to naturally maneuver the bike in the air and on land along multiple axes. The Race Face Atlas 1/2in Riser Handlebar comes in an anodized, durable Black finish, and it has a 31. 8mm clamp diameter.
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Race Face Atlas 35 10mm Rise Handlebar Race Face Atlas 35 10mm Rise Handlebar
Oh, it's coming. The 35mm bar clamp diameter. Just as 31. 8mm overtook the 25. 4mm standard not too many years ago, the engineers got all engineer-y again and brought out something better. It means stronger, lighter bars. The Race Face Atlas 35 10mm riser bar isn't just a fat-clamp alloy bar made by the Canadian company that laughs at gravity. It's a harbinger of the next wave in cockpit evolution. So how does a bigger bar clamp diameter make a bar both stiffer and lighter' The increased diameter of the bar at the clamp makes it inherently stronger and more resistant to deformation (twisting and bending). The strength gained by increasing the bar's diameter is disproportionately generous to the small amount of additional material used to do so, however, so now the engineers can go back and shave bar material to save more weight without compromising durability -- which, in the case of the geniuses at Race Face, is vastly more durability than most riders will ever need. The result is a super wide bar that manages outrageous strength, yet weighs hardly more, if more at all, than a comparable 31. 8mm bar. The Race Face Atlas 35 10mm riser bar comes in Black and is 800mm wide with a 35mm bar clamp area, so it is only compatible with 35mm-clamp bicycle stems. The bar features an 8-degree backsweep, and a 5-degree upsweep.
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Race Face Atlas 35 20mm Rise Handlebar Race Face Atlas 35 20mm Rise Handlebar
The 35mm bar clamp diameter is here. Just as 31. 6mm overtook the 25. 4mm standard not too many years ago, the engineers got all engineer-y again and brought out something better. It means stronger, lighter bars. It means better bars. The Race Face Atlas 35 20mm riser bar isn't just a fat-clamp alloy bar made by the Canadian company that laughs at gravity; it's a harbinger of the next wave in cockpit evolution. So how does a bigger bar clamp diameter make a bar both stiffer and lighter' The increased diameter of the bar at the clamp makes it inherently stronger and more resistant to deformation (twisting and bending). The strength gained by increasing the bar's diameter is disproportionately generous to the small amount of additional material used to do so, however, so now the engineers can go back and shave bar material to save more weight without compromising durability -- which, in the case of the geniuses at Race Face, is vastly more durability than most riders will ever need. The result is a super wide bar that manages outrageous strength, yet weighs hardly more, if more at all, than a comparable 31. 6mm bar. The 20mm-rise version of the Atlas 35 strikes a balance between the XC-leaning 10mm-rise version and the gravity-duty 35mm-rise version. The Race Face Atlas 35 20mm riser bar comes in Black, Stealth, Raw, Blue, Gold, Orange, Red, and Green. It's 800mm wide and comes with a 35mm bar clamp area, so it's only compatible with 35mm-clamp bicycle stems. The bar features an 8-degree backsweep, and a 5-degree upsweep.
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Race Face Atlas 35 35mm Rise Handlebar Race Face Atlas 35 35mm Rise Handlebar
The 35mm bar clamp diameter has arrived. Just as 31. 6mm overtook the 25. 4mm standard not too many years ago, the engineers got all engineer-y again and brought out something better. It means stronger, lighter bars. It means better bars. The Race Face Atlas 35 35mm riser bar isn't just a fat-clamp alloy bar made by the Canadian company that laughs at gravity. It's a harbinger of the next wave in cockpit evolution. So how does a bigger bar clamp diameter make a bar both stiffer and lighter' The increased diameter of the bar at the clamp makes it inherently stronger and more resistant to deformation (twisting and bending). The strength gained by increasing the bar's diameter is disproportionately generous to the small amount of additional material used to do so, however, so now the engineers can go back and shave bar material to save more weight without compromising durability -- which, in the case of the geniuses at Race Face, is vastly more durability than most riders will ever need. The result is a super wide bar that manages outrageous strength, yet weighs hardly more, if more at all, than a comparable 31. 6mm bar. The 35mm-rise version of the Atlas 35 is the gravity-focused big brother of the 10mm-rise and 20mm-rise versions that are more focused on XC/trail and enduro/all-mountain riding, respectively. The Race Face Atlas 35 35mm riser bar comes in Black and is 800mm wide with a 35mm bar clamp area, so it's only compatible with 35mm-clamp bicycle stems. The bar features an 8-degree backsweep and a 5-degree upsweep.
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Race Face Atlas Cinch Crank Arms Race Face Atlas Cinch Crank Arms
We're not surprised that this was the year for Race Face to bring the steadfast Atlas line into the modular realm, and we're happy to see the time come. Stiffening the already burly model even further with a new forged construction, Race Face ensures the Atlas Cinch Crank Arms now provide DH, trail, and enduro riders with the option to run direct-mount single rings, double chainrings with a spider, or switch between the two. Though the Cinch isn't a new concept for Race Face--which previously released versions of it with the Next SL, SixC and Turbine cranksets--the Atlas fills the modular crankset void for the pedal mashing, crank-shattering DH set. And according to Race Face, it does so while boasting a 12% increase in stiffness compared to the Turbine. That increase in stiffness comes courtesy of the 3D forged back pocket design of the cranks, which laterally reinforces the crank arms while retaining their hardy silhouette. Much like what happened during your best friend's pivotal summer vacation between middle and high school, the Atlas crank arms came back slimmer as well as stronger this year, with Race Face shaving 33g overall (when the crank arms are paired with a 24t chainring) over the previous version by switching from machined arms to forged. The latest Cinch system also makes swapping the Atlas between your enduro monster and nimble trail bike quick and manageable. It's got a new axle that allows you to switch the crankset between bikes with different bottom bracket spacing without having to empty your wallet on an entirely new crankset. Even with its newfound versatility, we still feel the Atlas Crank Arms' continued, and even improved, durability is worth a mention. Without weighing your rig down, the Atlas' beefy design gives you the reassurance that you can make the day as big as you want it to be without the fear that you'll snap your crankset in half when you come back to Earth.
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Race Face Atlas Pedals Race Face Atlas Pedals
If you're strong enough, you can lock your bike into a stand, put all your power into the RaceFace Atlas Pedals, and actually slow down the Earth's rotation. It'll have all sorts of unfortunate consequences, probably, but it'd impress the hell out of a lot of people. If you're more interested in actually riding, you can slap the lightweight and burly Atlas onto your trail, XC, enduro, or DH rig and hammer down the trail with the security of 20 hex-headed pins, a rugged aluminum body, and bombproof chromoly steel axle. The pins at the front of the pedals are angled backwards to increase grip, and the super-thin platforms help keep weight to a light 355 grams. The bearings are fully sealed to keep grit out and grease in, and the Atlases are available in all sorts of colors, because everybody knows that looking good is the first step towards riding well.
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Race Face Atlas Stem Race Face Atlas Stem
The Atlas Stem keeps the Race Face legacy alive by giving this stem enough strength for DH while remaining versatile and light enough for XC. It is constructed from 6061-T6 aluminum, which is durable enough for any mountain discipline. The clamp features four bolts and an interlocking, U-shaped faceplate that eliminates crimping at the bar. In addition, the steerer tube clamp uses opposing bolts to increase the strength of the connection. To ensure proper alignment, the Atlas is etched with angle gradients that work with the Race Face handlebars and bar rotation numbers for a perfect fit.
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Race Face BB92 Bottom Bracket Adapter Race Face BB92 Bottom Bracket Adapter
You have options if you're trying to run a 24mm-spindle crankset on a BB92 frame, but the Race Face BB92 Bottom Bracket Adapter is one of your better options. Whether your favorite crankset comes from Shimano or Race Face, it doesn't matter, because either way, you're covered. At the heart of this adapter is a pair of high quality, user-serviceable bearings. The precision machined aluminum cups are designed to stay put, instead of rocking and creaking like lesser cups can. And the plastic inner sleeve protects the bearings from whatever liquids might leak into your bottom bracket shell. The Race Face BB92 Bottom Bracket Adapter is available in one size and one color.
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Race Face Chester Pedal Race Face Chester Pedal
Having a place to put your feet is a pretty non-negotiable part of cycling, but, you don't want to spend your post-ride refreshment budget (and part of next month's rent) on flashy pedals, either. Race Face's Chester Pedals don't have the shiny aluminum construction of some of their pricier counterparts, but they also won't empty your wallet, and Race Face carefully constructs their nylon composite body to make it just as grippy and responsive as aluminum versions. Using eight replaceable steel hex traction pins on each side of the pedals, Race Face gives the rubber soles of your shoes a place to hang on when you're blasting through destructive territory. It also fully seals the bearing and bushing system while a durable Cro-Mo steel axle keeps the pedal working smoothly for as long as possible. If it eventually does need some work, Race Face makes the system completely serviceable too, so you won't be forced to replace a perfectly good pedal because of a bushing or bearing problem.
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Race Face Cinch PF30 Bottom Bracket Race Face Cinch PF30 Bottom Bracket
With the new Race Face Cinch PF30 bottom bracket you can finally reap the benefits of the spectacular Next SL crankset. The Cinch PF30 fits a 30mm spindle in a frame equipped with the PressFit 30 standard. The Cinch PF30 features the durable and smooth-running 6808 bearings filled with Phil Wood grease (long considered the industry gold standard of bearing grease). Also, the plastic inner sleeve provides added protection for the bearings to ensure that the Cinch PF30 runs smooth season after season.
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Race Face Crank Boots Race Face Crank Boots
The Race Face Crank Boots offer an attractive and affordable solution to protecting your favorite cranks from the inevitable bashing and smashing incurred by riding through rough terrain and rock gardens. Crank Boots are especially useful with low-slung trail rigs, as the lower bottom bracket leaves less pedal and crank clearance over rough, boulder-strewn trails. They're also essential to protecting your pricey carbon cranks from unsightly scuffs and scratches.
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Race Face Isis Bottom Bracket Race Face Isis Bottom Bracket
ISIS bottom brackets just about went extinct a few years back, but thankfully you don't have to swap out your entire crankset just because those torched bearings are starting to rattle. Get your old ride back to its former glory with the Race Face SRX ISIS Bottom Bracket. It has a hollow, heat-treated chromoly spindle, so it will hold up to anything and everything you can throw at it. The labyrinth-sealed cartridge bearings are optimized for long life, which you'll doubtlessly appreciate if you're still running ISIS arms. And the included 2. 5mm spacer allows you to use it on both 68mm and 73mm English-threaded bottom bracket shells. The Race Face SRX ISIS Bottom Bracket is available in two sizes, with either a 108mm or 113mm spindle length.
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Race Face Narrow Wide Chainring Race Face Narrow Wide Chainring
Toss your double and triple-cranksets aside for the streamlined Race Face Narrow Wide Chainring. Offered in 30 through 38-tooth options for a wide range of gearing possibilities, the Narrow Wide Chainring is an optimal solution for cutting precious grams off your bike, while eliminating front shifting altogether. Pairing with 9, 10, and 11-speed drivetrains, this chainring features a Narrow Wide tooth profile to prevent the chain from jumping, allowing you to run a 1X drivetrain without the use of a chain guide. Please note that the Narrow Wide Chainring is only compatible with 104 BCD cranks.
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Race Face Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring Race Face Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring
Of all the recent innovations in mountain biking, the Narrow Wide tooth profile featured on the Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring is arguably the most understated progression. Race Face has designed a tighter interface between the inner and outer links to prevent the chain from jumping. The Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring eliminates the weakness of four-bolt interfaces, and its 7075-T6, 4mm-thick, aerospace-grade aluminum transfers pedal loads without flexing, offering the lightest and stiffest interface between Race Face cranks.
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Race Face Next 1/4in Rise Wide Handlebar Race Face Next 1/4in Rise Wide Handlebar
With a claimed weight of just 175g and the long, low-rise profile favored in enduro circles, the Race Face Next 1/4in Rise Wide Handlebar is ideally suited for rocking hard whether you're cleaning steep grades or shredding lines through rock gardens and across trail furniture. In fact, Race Face is so confident in its own unidirectional carbon fiber expertise that it claims these featherweight bars are leaden enough to be suitable for DH runs. Given the amount of reinforcement poured onto the stem-clamp area -- which is where most bars yield to stress and square hits -- we're not prepared to second-guess that assertion. Failure never even crosses our minds on the trail, though, as the bar's length and stiffness help keep us glued to lines and focused purely on the trail.
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Race Face Next 3/4in Riser Handlebar Race Face Next 3/4in Riser Handlebar
Weighing in at sub-180 grams, the Next 3/4in Riser uses a unidirectional carbon fiber weave. By placing the fibers parallel to each other and using resin epoxy to bond them together, they become stronger than woven carbon fiber. In addition, Race Face's bonding process removes any excess resin and air bubbles by compacting the carbon fibers under extreme pressure. This ensures that the bars have no spots that will fatigue. To further improve your confidence, the clamp zones have been additionally reinforced. So, go out and white knuckle your next downhill with full confidence and none of the weight of alloy.
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Race Face Next R 35 20mm Rise Carbon Handlebar Race Face Next R 35 20mm Rise Carbon Handlebar
With a claimed weight of just 215g and the goldilocks width and rise favored by aggressive trail riders, the Race Face Next R 35 20mm Rise Handlebar is ideal for punching it hard while standing up and over steep grades or slaloming some technical singletrack lines through rock gardens and down rooty drops. Race Face's claims that the unidirectional carbon fiber lightweight bars are strong enough for DH runs, but we would suggest using common sense. Pick up the SixC bars if you want carbon, or any of their alloy bars if you eat big drops and gaps for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.The 35mm reinforcement stem clamp area instills confidence and we have to admit that it looks appropriate and makes sense since tires, fork stanchions, hub spacing, etc. have all grown in recent years. Failure isn't an option and doesn't cross our minds on the trail as Race Face has an excellent track record. This peace of mind lets us concentrate on the trail and pick the best lines leading to the most fun.
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Race Face Next R 35 35mm Rise Carbon Handlebar Race Face Next R 35 35mm Rise Carbon Handlebar
Normally we would be wary of carbon bars that are as wide and light as these however, since they come from Race Face we know that their testing, build quality, and track record is stellar so we really don't worry about it. Race Face claims these bars meet downhill strength requirements, so while they are cross country light, the Next R will hold up to aggressive riders, and will be at home on mid-travel trail bikes. Sounds like a recipe for enduro and these Next R 35 35mm Rise Handlebars are perfect for the rider who wants a high-performance, light handlebar that has enough rise when the trails get really steep.To accomplish a 215-gram weight, Race Face constructs the 800mm-wide Next R bars with the highest quality unidirectional carbon fiber. It then ensures the fiber is free of voids and is densely compacted preventing any possibility of stress risers. Adding to the durability, the 35mm stem clamp and control zones are reinforced to minimize the possibility of failure at these crucial junctions.The Race Face Next R 35mm Riser Handlebar has eight-degrees of back and four-degrees of up sweep.
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Race Face Next R Crank Arms Race Face Next R Crank Arms
We love the rugged and durable DH and enduro worthy SixC cranks on our big bikes for no-question performance and the ultra-lightweight and stiff Next SL crank on our XC whips. Sometimes it leaves us wondering, what cranks to put on our trail bike and if we have to make a compromise. Wonder no more. The Next R Crank Arms are designed for epic days out on the mountain where climbing is ever present and weight is important, yet hardy enough to ensure it can handle drops and jumps so you aren't stranded on the mountain. Handmade in Canada and constructed from unidirectional carbon fiber, the arms feature the downhill rated SixC G2 pedal inserts preventing blown out threads and stripping. A 7075 alloy spindle keeps the package trim and transmits every watt through the drivetrain. Cinch technology enables tons of ring option and compatibility. Available in in 170 and 175mm options.
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Race Face Next Riser 35mm Handlebar Race Face Next Riser 35mm Handlebar
Race Face's Next Riser 35mm Handlebar is designed with big mountains in mind. Its 760mm width hits that sweet spot between too narrow and awkwardly wide, making it the bar of choice for anyone threading aspens and chasing the next ridgeline. Race Face opted for a 35mm clamp diameter on the Next, which allowed them to make the walls a bit thinner, which means less material, which means less weight. It all adds up to a featherweight 180 grams, and it's available in either a 10 or 20mm rise.
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Race Face Next SL G4 Crank Arms Race Face Next SL G4 Crank Arms
It would've been easy for the engineers at Race Face to sit back and relax for a while after the release of the Next SL, surveying their line of lithe carbon componentry with pride and satisfied nods of approval. We're glad to say that they chose not to do this, and because of it, the gram-conscious world of XC and trail riding can continue to benefit from the brand's persistent quest for improvement. This year, that overachieving spirit has left us with the updated Race Face Next SL G4 Crank Arms, which manage to achieve the elusive industry-wide goal of being both lighter and stiffer than their predecessors through smart construction and an effective choice in materials. Race Face didn't leave itself much room for improvement when it introduced its top-of-the-line Next SL last year, so for the most part, the brand let the effective design of the Next SL stand relatively unchanged. It continues to trust the same hollow carbon arm construction, reshaping the slim arms only slightly to integrate with the redesigned Next Direct Mount chainrings. This process ended up shaving six claimed grams per arm from last year's weight. Anticipating the demands of one-by setups, Race Face also improved the system's lateral stiffness so it can better withstand the chain tension at acute angles that it's likely to experience regularly. It did this by using Super Alloy, a metal that boasts up to a 20% increase in strength compared to the venerable 7050 aluminum, in the spline interface. To offset the weight that this could've added to the setup, it then drilled out the end of the 30mm spindle, removing unnecessary material and saving four more claimed grams in the process. As with the Next SL, the G4 continues to use Race Face's innovative Cinch system, allowing you to switch between one-by direct-mount chainrings or use a removable spider to run a double or triple setup if you swap bikes or change your mind.
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Race Face Next SL G4 Crankset Race Face Next SL G4 Crankset
Rather than deciding to leave its top-of-the-line Next SL alone for a few years, Race Face returned to the drawing board quickly for the design, setting ambitious, but unsurprising goals to eliminate weight and improve lateral stiffness on what's now known as the Next SL G4 Crankset. By trying to surpass a design few could find fault with, the G4 is definitely dreaming big, but with a few changes, Race Face managed to shave 20g off of the G4 compared to the Next SL. Race Face began by slightly reshaping the G4's crank arms, continuing to use its effective hollow carbon construction but tweaking the design in search of yet more weight loss. In doing this, it managed to shave 6g from each of the svelte arms without compromising any of their strength. Race Face was particularly concerned with the amount of tension that the chain would exert on the crankset due to the chain line angles of a one-by setup, so it upgraded the spline to an alloy that's a claimed 20% stronger than 7050 aluminum. To offset the weight that this could've added to the setup, it then CNC'd the end of the 30mm spindle, removing unnecessary material and saving four more grams in the process. We're attaching these crank arms to Race Face's Narrow Wide Cinch Direct Mount Chainring. Regardless of the size you choose, this ring's tenacious chain retention make it almost more valuable than the stiffness and low weight of the crank arms themselves. Almost. The direct-mount design is a lighter, stiffer interface than the old ring/spider/arm design, and it plays the role of babysitter by keeping the chain from jumping around like an unruly adolescent trying to avoid bed time.
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Race Face Ride XC Stem Race Face Ride XC Stem
Whether you're building up a new frame or updating your favorite ride, the Race Face Ride XC Stem adds a dose of strength and confidence to your cockpit. Made from forged and shot peened aluminum, this stem boasts exceptional resistance to fatigue while balancing weight and cost so you'll have cash left over to finish the build. A four-bolt clamp face helps distribute clamping pressure across a wider area than a two-bolt design, which reduces stress on your bar and increases overall durability.
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Race Face SIXC 35 10mm Rise Handlebar Race Face SIXC 35 10mm Rise Handlebar
With a relatively small amount of rise, Race Face's SIXC 10mm Rise Handlebar is made to help you conquer hills in less time than it takes you to descend them. At 35mm, it's also fully embracing the wider-is-stronger trend, so you can ride it as hard as you can without worrying about stress, bending, or breaking. By making it wider, Race Face was actually able to decrease the thickness of the carbon fiber used, so the bar is proportionally stronger and lighter than narrower bars made of the same material. The 10mm rise is all about XC riding, but it's plenty capable of handling descents and all-mountain rides, so go ahead and set it up on any non-DH bike in your quiver.
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Race Face SIXC 35 20mm Rise Bar Race Face SIXC 35 20mm Rise Bar
35mm handlebars are a bona fide thing these days, and they're not just for the durability-oriented market anymore. Race Face's SIXC 35 2mm Rise Handlebar is made for ripping, with a full unidirectional carbon-fiber construction that's light, stiff, and seriously durable, thanks to the increased diameter. By boosting it to 35mm, Race Face increased the stiffness of the SIXC, which means its engineers can go back and reduce the amount of material used, which actually makes the bars proportionally lighter and stronger than traditional 31. 8mm options. With 20mm of rise, the SIXC is perfectly situated for XC, AM, and even light DH riding, and will work with whatever 35mm stem clamp you're rocking.
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Race Face SIXC 35 20mm Rise Carbon Handlebar Race Face SIXC 35 20mm Rise Carbon Handlebar
There were years where we questioned the validity and longevity of 35mm handlebars, but those days have come and gone. 35mm bars have become the new norm, with the stiffness afforded that provides maximum control of your machine, and wider, lighter bars becoming easier to access. Race Face, of course, isn't new to the game, as they've been pushing the envelope to build beefier components for years. They are back again with another iteration of the Race Face SIXC 35 20mm Rise Carbon Handlebar, allowing us to eagerly tackle the mountain with lightweight stiffness that reminds us of why we swapped our bars in the first place. Race Face begins the construction with unidirectional carbon fiber, allowing standards to be set high for durability without adding excessive weight. Counterintuitively, the wider dimension of the bar at the stem clamp allows for lighter weight despite having a stiffer interface. Because 35mm bars are so much stronger than 31. 8mm bars, Race Face's engineers are able to go back and remove large amounts of excess material, tapering it down on the ends without risking reduced torsional rigidity that might cause bending, twisting, and flex that we don't want from a bar. Collectively this comes together to make a lighter, stiffer, and stronger handlebar, which inarguably means a better handlebar. With the extra strength, stretching to wider standards becomes possible, and even though the bar comes in a super-wide 800mm length, with its tapered cut makes the bar both lighter and wider than the 31. 8mm version. Falling in beteen the 35-mm DH rise, and eager 10-mm rise of the XC oriented bar, the 20-mm rise of this model allows for the perfect balance of control and shred-ready strength.
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Race Face SIXC 35 35mm Rise Handlebar Race Face SIXC 35 35mm Rise Handlebar
There was a time when we doubted that 35mm handlebars would take off, they seemed too big, too stiff, and like another proprietary part that drifts through the masses and disappears. But that was before we rode with them, and discovered the truly improved handling you experience from a stiffer bar capable of steering your machine through tight ruts and bouldery rock gardens. Race Face has been in the 35mm game from the beginning, as a company of renegades from British Columbia who always push the limits, so it should be no surprise that they've got another iteration of their lightweight, stiff, carbon fiber 35mm bar, the Race Face SIXC 35, 35mm rise carbon handlebar. Race Face begins construction of the SIXC with unidirectional carbon fiber, allowing standards to be set high for durability without adding excessive weight. Counterintuitively, the wider dimension of the bar at the stem clamp allows for lighter weight, paired with having a stiffer interface. Because 35mm bars are so much stronger than 31. 8mm bars, Race Face's engineers are able to go back and remove large amounts of excess material, tapering it down on the ends without risking reduced torsional rigidity that might cause bending, twisting, and flex that we don't want from a bar. Collectively this comes together to make a lighter, stiffer, and stronger handlebar, which inarguably means a better handlebar. With the extra strength, stretching to wider standards becomes possible, and even though the bar comes in a super-wide 800mm length, with its tapered cut makes the bar both lighter and wider than the 31. 8mm version. With 35mm of rise this model is the highest version available, making it perfect for bomber laps of lift access DH and aggressive gravity riding.
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Race Face SIXC Crank Arms - 83mm Spindle Race Face SIXC Crank Arms - 83mm Spindle
Do you just happen to be looking around for the world's lightest DH-rated production crankset' Step right this way and check out the Race Face SIXC Carbon Crank Arms with 83mm Spindle. Made in-house of ultra-high-density unidirectional carbon fiber, and formed with a proprietary hollow-molding process, the SIXC's arms are like Bruce Lee's: there are bigger ones out there, but virtually none that are stronger. The crank is based on the company's Cinch interface, which allows for the installation of both direct-mount Race Face chainrings in a huge range of available sizes, or a four-bolt spider for the installation of any others. The modular 30mm spindle interface means you can swap out the included 83mm spindle for a standard 68/73mm one, both of which are made of RF's proprietary "super alloy" that's 20% stronger than the 7050-series alloy most commonly used in crank spindles. The Race Face SIXC Crank Arms with 83mm Spindle are available in the color Black and in 165mm, 170mm, and 175mm lengths. They do not include and chainrings, spiders, or the necessary Race Face Cinch bottom bracket, which is available for several different bottom bracket platforms.
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Race Face SIXC DH Handlebar Race Face SIXC DH Handlebar
The Race Face SIXC DH Handlebar, with its unmatched durability and crazy low weight, defies riding categories. Race Face starts with its "leading edge" carbon composite material and shapes it into a 785mm-wide bar with 8 degrees of backsweep and 4 of upsweep. The result is bombproof construction and a comfortable configuration. Race Face reinforced the grip areas of the bar to withstand the clamping force of lock-on grips--a no-no with most carbon bars. And while it may not be as light as the company's vaporous Next series of components, this 785mm bar tips the scales at a mere 220g. The Race Face SIXC DH handlebar has a 31. 8mm clamping area and 19mm rise. The bars can be safely trimmed down to 710mm wide.
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Race Face Sniper Lock On Grip Race Face Sniper Lock On Grip
Take on white-knuckle descents with the slip-free Race Face Sniper Lock On Grip. The narrow design offers a natural, comfortable grip, while a proprietary dual-surface texture delivers a downright sticky point of contact for your hands over bumpy terrain.
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Race Face Turbine 35 20mm Rise Bar Race Face Turbine 35 20mm Rise Bar
Lighter, stiffer, stronger. These have been the top industry buzzwords since there was a bike industry. Race Face has achieved the trifecta with its Turbine 35 20mm Riser Bar. The 35mm center diameter means they were able to reduce the amount of material needed to make the bar while making it stiffer and stronger. It also drops 20 grams while adding almost an inch and a half of handlebar width. The Turbine's cold-drawn, seamless 7050 aluminum construction shaves weight into the 270-gram realm. This is around two ounces more than carbon alternatives, and when you consider the difference in price, Race Face's Turbine becomes a stellar value. To make sure you get back to the trailhead first, butting and a shot-peened finish ensure strength by reducing stress risers, without adding unnecessary heft.Race Face uses thermal heat transfer logos. The Turbine 35 20mm Riser Handlebar has a 35mm clamp diameter, as well as a wrist-pleasing eight-degree rearward and five-degree upward sweep.
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Race Face Turbine 35mm Stem Race Face Turbine 35mm Stem
35mm handlebars are blowing up, but the necessary stems are a little behind, so Race Face made the Turbine 35mm Stem to give fat-barred rippers a little bit of dap. It's largely the same as the standard Turbine, with a bombproof 7075 aluminum body, a four-bolt clamp, and opposing steerer bolts to provide serious power with causing any damage. It's also angled at six degrees, so you can add a little rise to your bars or lower them a little bit, depending on which way you install it. The only real difference between the classic Turbine and the 35mm is the diameter of clamp which, obviously, has been enlarged to 35mm. Even with the size increase, the Turbine 35mm weighs in under 140g, so it won't slow you down if you're looking to keep things light.
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Race Face Turbine R 35 10mm Rise Handlebar Race Face Turbine R 35 10mm Rise Handlebar
We've seen the takeover of 35mm bars in the world of enduro, DH and gravity, but some of us remained skeptical about how it would be received in the cross-country world. Since 31. 8mm bars were the tried and true favorite of many riders, it took some time, but the stiffness afforded by a larger diameter bar is proving to cross over nearly seamlessly from one discipline to the other. With 10mm of rise, the Race Face Turbine R 35 10mm Rise Handlebar is responsive and quick, without sacrificing weight for stiffness, it manages to capture our attention and appeal to those of us who want to bang out as many miles as possible on flowy singletrack with control and power as you mash up mountainsides and across alpine meadows. Constructed from cold-drawn 7050 aluminum, the Turbine R is seamless, stiff, and manages to even keep the weight at 300g, despite its lengthy 800mm width. While you'll find lighter carbon bars on the market that offer the same width, you'll be hard pressed to find something that lands in this price range, making the Turbine R an excellent bang for your buck. With similar construction to the standard Turbine, the Turbine R still features triple butted design and a shot-peened finish that ensures strength without adding bulk. The Turbine R, unlike the standard Turbine, is available in wider sizes to boost your control when you rally, with 780 and 800mm widths. At 10mm of rise you'll find XC-readiness that's responsive and quick to tackle the trail.
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Race Face Turbine R 35 35mm Rise Handlebar Race Face Turbine R 35 35mm Rise Handlebar
Bigger bars, both in width and clamp diameter, are the new normal and it makes sense. As bars have gotten wider, the leverage at the clamp area has increased, necessitating a larger diameter to cope with the additional stress. The newest batch of 35mm bars are stiffer, have better ride qualities, and come in lighter than their equivalent 31. 8mm bars. With 35mm of rise, the Race Face Turbine R 35 35mm Rise Handlebar gets your cockpit up a little higher, without resorting to a plethora of headset spacers, so you can bomb down the steepest chunder with complete confidence knowing that arguably your most important component, can handle it. Pumping through ridgeline rollers and popping off log drops, you'll be riding in complete control and upping your game.These bars are triple butted from cold-drawn 7050 aluminum and tip the scales at 300g. That might not be as impressive as some carbon fiber bars but we will gladly accept the 50 or so odd grams for the added durability, peace of mind, and value. The construction and sweep is similar to the standard Turbine, however the Turbine R is built to rally and its added width is catered for all-mountain, aggressive trail, and enduro exploits. The 800mm width is perfect for the current crop of full-suspension trail bikes. Stealth, black-on-black looks great on any bike and the overall strength to weight ratio is appreciated up and down the trails.
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Renthal Apex Stem Renthal Apex Stem
Renthal machines the Apex Stem from a solid piece of aluminum, so you know that it's equal to whatever abuse you throw at it on XC drag races or enduro bombing runs. The oversized clamping hardware secures the bar in place with a sort of 240-degree hug, virtually eliminating the targeted stress points that can contribute to bar failure. The Apex also has an artistic side, though, courtesy of its Art Deco styling, so it classes-up your ride even while you're tearing down lines.
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Renthal Fatbar Renthal Fatbar
For the past five years, Renthal has made a name for itself in the trail-riding scene by making some the most bombproof equipment that wins world championships. Renthal's acclaimed Fatbar is built with a stout 7000-series aluminum, and is tapered and balanced to produce the ultimate combination of strength and lightness. Renthal uses a shot-peened finish and a hard anodizing process to ensure the Fatbar is built to last. The Fatbar has a seven-degree backsweep and a five-degree upsweep and comes in four different levels of rise (10mm, 20mm, 30mm, and 38mm).
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Renthal Fatbar Carbon Renthal Fatbar Carbon
The numbers don't lie, and they're pretty impressive. The DH-ready Renthal Fatbar Carbon riser handlebar is 780mm wide and weighs just 225 grams. The bar employs intuitive dimensions: a seven-degree backsweep and five-degree upsweep. The unidirectional carbon fiber used in its construction allows the engineers to add just the right amount of flex to the Fatbar to reduce vibration and add control without sacrificing stiffness or strength.
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Renthal Fatbar Lite Renthal Fatbar Lite
Pick up the Renthal Fatbar Lite for the sturdy feel and extra leverage afforded by 740-millimeter wide bars, all without adding extra weight to your favorite trail or Enduro-race bike. In fact, the Renthal Fatbar Lite only weighs 270-grams, making it one of the lightest aluminum riser bars on the market. And because it's constructed of 7000-series aluminum, the Fatbar Lite provides high levels of stiffness and strength at a much more palatable price than carbon.
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Renthal Fatbar Lite Carbon Renthal Fatbar Lite Carbon
Constructed from ultralight unidirectional carbon fiber, the Renthal Fatbar Lite Carbon weighs a miniscule 180 grams, which is quite impressive considering its 740mm-wide stature. Best suited for enduro, trail, and XC disciplines, the Fatbar Lite Carbon bar is the trail-tuned version of Renthal's downhill-crushing Fatbar, giving you confidence-inspiring stability and brute strength for dissecting steep trails and smooth-buffed singletrack. Its seven-degree backsweep and five-degree upsweep offer an ergonomic feel straight from the box. Additionally, you'll appreciate the bar's high levels of strength, as backed by a rigorous EN BMX drop test. Please note that these bars come in a wide range of rises, from 10 to 40 millimeters.
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Reynolds 27.5 AM LTD Carbon Wheelset Reynolds 27.5 AM LTD Carbon Wheelset
After having the chance to ride some of the new Boost-stiffened enduro sleds, we admit that our own 142/100mm axles and alloy hoops are feeling a bit insubstantial. To address this, we partnered with Reynolds for the custom 27. 5 AM LTD Carbon Wheelset, which features DT Swiss hubs, Reynolds' carbon expertise, and our own penchant for understated graphical styling. The result is a wheelset with one of our favorite hubs, a carbon rim that stiffens up non-Boost rides, and an aesthetic that stands out from any other 27. 5in Reynolds wheels. We're well familiar with the stiff mettle of Reynolds' 27. 5 AM rims from personal experience, so they were the obvious choice as a canvas for our arts-and-crafts impulses. There's a reason why other wheel manufacturers focus on making hubs and just lace them to re-branded Reynolds rims: the Utah-based company has already all but perfected the science of the mid-sized wheel. Since carbon rims are stiff enough that the difference between Boost and 142/100mm axles is far less notable than with alloy rims, the 27. 5 AM LTDs go some way toward erasing Boost envy without forcing us to shell-out for a new race frame. Reynolds' hubs were also an obvious choice, and we've opted for the DT logo instead of the usual Reynolds re-branding to give the wheels more of a custom-built look. Finally, we admit to the occasional streak of vanity, and the half-and-half color of the wheels' Reynolds label is our way of visually representing a proper all-mountain bike's ability to straddle climbing and descending. We enjoy the challenge of cleaning lines in both directions, and the 27. 5 AM LTDs' combination of low rotational mass, high stiffness, and generous internal width make for a wheelset that climbs like a featherweight but tracks like an enduro bruiser while enjoying the secure footing of high-volume tires.
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RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Dual Position Air 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Dual Position Air 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017
The 27. 5in RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Dual Position Air 160 Boost Fork brings all the hard-charging ability we loved about the previous Lyric and adds newly tapered legs, an elongated brace, and a Boost axle width for increased stiffness and control on almost any terrain you dare approach. Since the Pike has become the default enduro fork, comparing the two is an apt exercise. The key differences between the Pike and the renovated Lyrik lie in the latter's body, which enjoys a general reinforcement throughout. The 35mm stanchions are similar to the Pike's, but they beef out more at the crown. The crown itself is also sturdier, as are the lowers, and the overall effect is a noticeable gain in stiffness. If you often find yourself questioning the prudence of your line selection, then you'll appreciate the Lyrik's stiff, confident tracking as an alternative to constantly correcting lines in the middle of terrain features. The Lyrik runs a Dual Position Air spring with a large negative chamber and a new SKF cartridge seal that nets claimed reductions in friction and increases in intervals between servicing. This seal and chamber combination creates a smooth initial stroke and contributes to the Lyrik's uncanny ability to stay on top of successive, small bumps and alleviate brake dive--both of which it does better than the Pike. RockShox preserved certain elements of the original Lyrik that made it the all-mountain favorite to begin with, including the RCT3 Charger damper, Fast Black coating, and Solo Air shock design. Depending on whether you're climbing up or dropping in, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of damping for bigger hits, trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Lyrik's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, so you'll always have that cushion, even through multiple successive bumps.
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RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017
When RockShox first unveiled the Pike, the previous iteration of the 27. 5in Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 160 Boost Fork met an ignominious end at its hands. After the dust settled, it was clear that the Pike was king. But the Lyrik is back, and it's brought a host of chassis updates and a Boost axle in a bid to supplant the upstart Pike as RockShox's go-to for enduro and all-mountain applications. The king is dead; long live the king. The key differences between the Pike and the revived Lyrik lie in the body, which enjoys a general reinforcement throughout. The 35mm stanchions are similar to the Pike's, but they beef-out more at the crown. The crown itself is also sturdier, as are the lowers, and the overall effect is a noticeable gain in stiffness that takes full advantage of the robust Boost axle standard. If you often find yourself questioning the prudence of your line selection, then you'll appreciate the Lyrik's stiff, confident tracking as an alternative to constantly correcting lines in the middle of terrain features. The Lyrik also has a larger negative chamber than the Pike and a new SKF cartridge seal that nets claimed reductions in friction and increases in intervals between servicing. Since it's running the same Solo Air spring as the Pike, we can only assume that the seal and chamber changes are responsible for the Lyrik's smooth initial stroke. It's got an uncanny ability to stay on top of successive, small bumps and alleviate brake dive -- both of which it does better than the Pike. Despite the fact that we see the Lyrik bumping the Pike from the all-mountain throne, RockShox was wise enough to preserve certain elements of the ousted fork model that made it the favorite to begin with. These include the Pike's Charger damper, Fast Black coating, and Solo Air shock design. Depending on whether you're climbing up or dropping in, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for bigger ...
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RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 160 Fork - 27.5in RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 160 Fork - 27.5in
The initial launch of the RockShox Pike looked to be a death knell for the predecessor of the 27. 5in RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 160 Fork, ousting it from its throne atop the enduro and all-mountain domains. Now, the Lyrik is back with a vengeance and a host of chassis updates to go toe-to-toe with the Pike to regain its crown. The key differences between the Pike and the revived Lyrik lie in the body, which enjoys a general reinforcement throughout. The 35mm stanchions are similar to the Pike's, but they beef out more at the crown. The crown itself is also sturdier, as are the lowers, and the overall effect is a noticeable gain in stiffness. If you often find yourself questioning the prudence of your line selection, then you'll appreciate the Lyrik's stiff, confident tracking as an alternative to constantly correcting lines in the middle of terrain features. The Lyrik also has a larger negative chamber than the Pike and a new SKF cartridge seal that nets a claimed reduction in friction and an increase in intervals between servicing. Since it's running the same Solo Air spring as the Pike, we can only assume that the seal and chamber changes are responsible for the Lyrik's smooth initial stroke. It's got an uncanny ability to stay on top of successive, small bumps and alleviate brake dive -- both of which it does better than the Pike. RockShox preserved certain elements of the original Lyrik that made it the favorite to begin with, including the RCT3 Charger damper, Fast Black coating, and Solo Air shock design. Depending on whether you're climbing up or dropping in, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for bigger hits, trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Lyrik's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, so you'll always have that cushion, even during multiple successive bumps.
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RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 170 Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 170 Fork - 27.5in - 2017
Best described as the Pike's burlier sibling, the 27. 5in RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 170 Fork gets a bit of a facelift for 2016. Newly tapered legs and an elongated brace make for a lighter, stiffer overall package with 170mm of plush travel to venture further and faster than ever before. The key differences between the Pike and the Lyrik lie in the latter's body, which enjoys a general reinforcement throughout. The 35mm stanchions are similar to the Pike's, but they beef out more at the crown. The crown itself is also sturdier, as are the lowers, and the overall effect is a noticeable gain in stiffness. If you often find yourself questioning the prudence of your line selection, then you'll appreciate the Lyrik's stiff, confident tracking as an alternative to constantly correcting lines in the middle of terrain features. The Lyrik runs an updated Solo Air spring with a larger negative chamber and a new SKF cartridge seal that nets claimed reductions in friction and increases in intervals between servicing. That seal and chamber combination is responsible for the Lyrik's smooth initial stroke. It's got an uncanny ability to stay on top of successive, small bumps and alleviate brake dive -- both of which it does better than the Pike. RockShox preserved certain elements of the original Lyrik that made it the favorite to begin with, including the RCT3 Charger damper and Fast Black coating, and Solo Air shock design. Depending on whether you're climbing up or dropping in, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for bigger hits, trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Lyrik's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, so you'll always have that cushion, even through multiple successive bumps.
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RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 180 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 180 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017
2016 brings a few updates to the venerable RockShox Lyrik line for bigger lines and burly trails. With an elongated brace, newly tapered legs, and a Boost axle width, the 27. 5 Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 180 Boost Fork may be best described as a beefed up version of the ever popular Pike that's up for nearly any challenge on the enduro circuit. The key differences between the Pike and the renovated Lyrik lie in the latter's body, which enjoys a general reinforcement throughout. The 35mm stanchions are similar to the Pike's, but they beef out more at the crown. The crown itself is also sturdier, as are the lowers, and the overall effect is a noticeable gain in stiffness. If you often find yourself questioning the prudence of your line selection, then you'll appreciate the Lyrik's stiff, confident tracking as an alternative to constantly correcting lines in the middle of terrain features. The Lyrik runs an updated Solo Air spring with a larger negative chamber and a new SKF cartridge seal that nets claimed reductions in friction and increases in intervals between servicing. That seal and chamber combination is responsible for the Lyrik's smooth initial stroke. It's got an uncanny ability to stay on top of successive, small bumps and alleviate brake dive--both of which it does better than the Pike. RockShox preserved certain elements of the original Lyrik that made it the favorite to begin with, including the RCT3 Charger damper and Fast Black coating, and Solo Air shock design. Depending on whether you're climbing up or dropping in, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for bigger hits, trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Lyrik's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, so you'll always have that cushion, even through multiple successive bumps.
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RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 180 Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 180 Fork - 27.5in - 2017
With 180mm of bottomless travel, mid-sized wheel versatility, a legendary pedigree of big-hit dominance, and a newly reinforced chassis, the resurrected 27. 5in Lyrik RCT3 Solo Air 180 Fork may be the only plausible challenger to the Pike's all-mountain throne. We doubt RockShox is sweating the competition, though, as both venerable enduro weapons originated in that brand's engineering department. The key differences between the Pike and the Lyrik lie in the body, which enjoys a general reinforcement throughout. The 35mm stanchions are similar to the Pike's, but they beef out more at the crown. The crown itself is also sturdier, as are the lowers, and the overall effect is a noticeable gain in stiffness. If you often find yourself questioning the prudence of your line selection, then you'll appreciate the Lyrik's stiff, confident tracking as an alternative to constantly correcting lines in the middle of terrain features. The Lyrik also has a larger negative chamber than the Pike and a new SKF cartridge seal that nets a claimed reduction in friction and an increase in intervals between servicing. Since it's running the same Solo Air spring as the Pike, we can only assume that the seal and chamber changes are responsible for the Lyrik's smooth initial stroke. Despite its big hit travel, it's also got an uncanny ability to stay on top of successive, small bumps and alleviate brake dive -- both of which it does better than the Pike. RockShox preserved certain elements of the original Lyrik that made it the favorite to begin with, including the RCT3 Charger damper, Fast Black coating, and Solo Air shock design. Depending on whether you're climbing up or dropping in, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for bigger hits, trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Lyrik's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, so you'...
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air 150 Fork - 29in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air 150 Fork - 29in - 2017
The six inches of travel and 29in wheel capacity that RockShox packed into the Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air 150 Fork make it like middle-of-the-road Goldilocks of forks. Just kidding. It's nothing like that. If anything, this wagon-wheel brute and its 35mm stanchions are like Papa Bear -- if Papa Bear also ate the other two bears and the ringleted intruder. The burly stanchions are backed up by the fork's tapered steerer tube to fight deflection under hard braking, aggressive cornering, and emergency maneuvers through lines that turn a shade darker than "just right" after you've dropped in. The lowers are also reinforced courtesy of RockShox's Power Bulge design, which increases the amount of room for oversized bushings for a stiffer wheel-to-fork interface. The resulting chassis tracks so well that RockShox felt confident outfitting the Pike with a lighter weight 15mm Maxle Lite quick-release thru-axle to help keep the weight down for climbing at the highest levels of competition. The Dual Position air spring gives you the option of tweaking travel by 30mm. You can run a shorter stroke for improved handling while taking advantage of the fork's low weight on climbs. Extending the travel to its full, glorious six inches practically lays the red carpet across rock gardens and chutes for rallying down gnarly descents. For all that flexibility, we may actually be more excited about the sealed Charger damper, which houses the damper oil in a seamless, extruded bladder for an airtight seal. This minimizes the chances of air bubble contamination to provide unparalleled damper consistency, especially during the long, heavy runs the Pike RCT3's huge travel excels on. The rebound circuit maintains a high ride with RockShox's Rapid Recovery technology -- really just a shim stack that keeps the fork on the up-and-up without sacrificing a controlled rebound stroke.
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017
The 27. 5in RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air 160 Boost Fork inherits the star-studded heritage of a long line of well-loved Pikes. This legendary lady of the trails is often found lavished with accolades on the steps of world cup podiums and driving hair-raising runs documented with POV cameras all over the world. Whatever your application, though, the Pike RCT3 Dual Position smooths out the trail to clean the gnarliest lines and drive lightning fast rides. With 160mm of travel and 35mm stanchions, this particular brute packs the kind of front-end force and high travel across consecutive small bumps recommended for the present trend of huge enduro sleds, effectively turning mountains to mole hills and mole hills to something more akin to hardpack. The burly stanchions are backed-up by the fork's tapered steerer tube to fight deflection under hard braking, aggressive cornering, and emergency maneuvers through lines that look a little more frightening halfway through than they did at the top. The lowers are also reinforced courtesy of RockShox's Power Bulge design, which increases the amount of room for oversized bushings for a stiffer wheel-to-fork interface. RockShox finishes the fork off with a beefy 15x110mm Boost Maxle Ultimate thru-axle for impeccable tracking and handling so you can throw down with the toughest competition. The Dual Position air spring gives you the option of tweaking travel by 30mm. You can run a shorter stroke for improved handling while taking advantage of the fork's low weight on climbs while extending the travel to its full, glorious six inches practically lays the red carpet across rock gardens and chutes. For all that flexibility, we may actually be more excited about the sealed Charger damper, which houses the damper oil in a seamless, extruded bladder for an airtight seal. This minimizes the chances of air bubble contamination to provide unparalleled consistency, especially during the long, heavy runs the Pike RCT3's huge tr...
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air 160 Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air 160 Fork - 27.5in - 2017
By now, the much-beloved, much-reviewed, and much-envied RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air 160 27. 5in Fork has created a bit more than a mole hill of all-mountain notoriety. From the World Cup podium to private POV camera stages the world over, the Pike RCT3 Dual Position models have been the lynchpin around which the most aggressive rides and nastiest lines revolve. With 160mm of travel and 35mm stanchions, this particular brute packs the kind of front-end force and high travel across consecutive small bumps recommended for the present trend of huge enduro sleds -- effectively turning mountains to mole hills and mole hills to something more akin to hardpack. There's a reason why so many other manufacturers have recently felt compelled to completely redesign their fork lines. And this is it. The burly stanchions are backed-up by the fork's tapered steerer tube to fight deflection under hard braking, aggressive cornering, and emergency maneuvers through lines that look a little more frightening halfway through than they did at the top. The lowers are also reinforced courtesy of RockShox's Power Bulge design, which increases the amount of room for oversized bushings for a stiffer wheel-to-fork interface. The resulting chassis tracks so well that RockShox felt confident in outfitting the Pike with a lighter weight 15mm Maxle Lite quick-release thru-axle to help keep the weight down for climbing at the highest levels of competition. The Dual Position air spring gives you the option of tweaking travel by 30mm. You can run a shorter stroke for improved handling while taking advantage of the fork's low weight on climbs. Extending the travel to its full, glorious six inches practically lays the red carpet across rock gardens and chutes for rallying down gnarly descents. For all that flexibility, we may actually be more excited about the sealed Charger damper, which houses the damper oil in a seamless, extruded bladder for an airtight seal. This minimizes the chance...
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 120 (51mm Offset) Fork - 29in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 120 (51mm Offset) Fork - 29in - 2017
The 51mm of offset in this RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 120 29in Fork reduces the amount of wheel flop commonly associated with 29er handling at low speeds by reducing the bike's trail, which results in less "dead" space between the steering axis and the hub. The aim is to reduce handling issues so the wagon wheels stay 26er-sharp whether climbing, ripping, or navigating switchbacks and tricky terrain. The Solo Air spring design ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single travel option of just under five inches. That means it surrenders some all-mountain flexibility, but the lower weight and more aggressive power transfer of the Solo Air setup recommend it for cyclists after pure speed that can still tackle trail terrain. The fork's design does come with some adjustability, manifesting as a three-position RCT3 damper. RCT3 lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for big hits and fast roll-overs, rock gardens and root lattices, or locked-out speed for climbing and sprinting. While riding the fork open, the Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Pike's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery short between hits, so you'll always have that cushion, even across successive bumps. The axle is designed according to the Maxle Lite technology, which basically involves alchemy. While we don't understand exactly how they did it, the sorcerers at RockShox took a regular ol' axle and made it both lighter and stiffer. This means it requires fewer watts to move it, and the watts you do send its way are more efficiently transferred to going up. The Power Bulge feature reinforces the lower legs with oversized bushings, helping the front end maintain lines across terrain that pushes the limits of XC.
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 130 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 130 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017
The 27. 5in RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 130 Boost Fork pairs race-ready speed and smooth travel with a Boost axle width for a stable, confident ride that fights off deflection like a highly caffeinated honey badger. Add to that the Pike's stellar reputation for durability and adjustability, and this fork is ready to tackle almost any trail with abandon. The Solo Air fork ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single 130mm travel position. You lose the ability to drop the front end of your bike by a couple of centimeters to make it more aggressive on the climbs, but save about 50 extra grams. Don't be fooled though, the RCT3 can still climb with the best of them with an adjustable Charger damper and will shine like a star on the steepest, most technical descents you can find. That said, the Pike wouldn't be at the front of the pack if it were rigidly un-adjustable. Depending on the terrain you're climbing or dropping in to, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, letting you choose the amount of lockout for big hits, general trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the RCT3's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, maintaining a cushioned ride over multiple successive bumps. The Maxle Ultimate axle is an exceptionally easy to install version of RockShox's standard model. It boasts tool-free installation that can be completed with just one hand and stiff, efficient power transfer. The questionably named Power Bulge feature contributes to stiffness with a reinforced lower leg and oversized bushing that don't require an increase in stanchion size. The Pike is finished with a PSI menu imprinted on the side, so you don't have to dig through tech manuals to find the proper pressure levels for your weight and terrain.
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 130 Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 130 Fork - 27.5in - 2017
The five inches of travel, 35mm stanchions, and mid-wheel clearance of RockShox's 27. 5in Pike RCT3 Solo Air 130 Fork put it squarely in line with the current trend of formerly neutral trail bikes that are starting to skew into enduro territory. The Solo Air model ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single, 130mm travel position. That means it surrenders some all-mountain capabilities, but the lower weight and more aggressive power transfer of the Solo Air setup recommend it for cyclists after true all-mountain flexibility. Solo Air does still come with some adjustability, manifesting as a three-position RCT3 switch. RCT3 lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for big hits and fast roll-overs, rock gardens and root lattices, or locked-out speed for climbing and sprinting. While riding the fork open, the Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Pike's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery short between hits, so you'll always have that cushion, even across successive bumps. The axle is designed according to the Maxle Lite technology, which basically involves alchemy. While we don't understand exactly how they did it, the sorcerers at RockShox took a regular ol' axle and made it both lighter and stiffer. This means it requires fewer watts to move it, and the watts you do send its way are more efficiently transferred to going up. The Power Bulge feature involves a questionable naming convention and a reinforced lower leg and oversized bushing, which further increases stiffness without increasing stanchion size.
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 140 (51mm Offset) Fork - 29in RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 140 (51mm Offset) Fork - 29in
With its 51mm of offset, the RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 140 Fork does two things 29ers were long thought incapable of. It turns a big-wheeled front end into an long-travel, all-mountain machine, and decreases the bike's trail, which results in less "dead" space between the steering axis and the hub. The design is an attempt to offset the floppy, low-speed steering issues that arise from the longer trails produced by taller wheels and slack geometries, so handling stays 26er-sharp at all speeds, whether climbing, ripping, or navigating switchbacks and tricky terrain. The Solo Air spring design ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single, 140mm travel position. That means it surrenders some all-mountain flexibility, but the lower weight and more aggressive power transfer of the Solo Air setup recommend it for cyclists after pure speed above all else. The fork's design does come with some adjustability, manifesting as a three-position RCT3 damper. RCT3 lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for big hits and fast roll-overs, rock gardens and root lattices, or locked-out speed for climbing and sprinting. While riding the fork open, the Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Pike's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery short between hits, so you'll always have that cushion, even across successive bumps. The axle is designed according to the Maxle Lite technology, which basically involves alchemy. While we don't understand exactly how they did it, the sorcerers at RockShox took a regular ol' axle and made it both lighter and stiffer. This means it requires fewer watts to move it, and the watts you do send its way are more efficiently transferred to going up. The Power Bulge feature reduces the issues of flex commonly associated with wagon wheels by reinforcing the lower leg and adding oversized bushings.
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 150 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 150 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017
The RockShox Pike family of forks has long held a place in the hearts of racers and trail lovers alike looking for race-ready speed and smooth travel to navigate rock gardens, roots, and the occasional nerve-shearing drop along the way. The 27. 5in RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 150 Boost Fork pairs what we can only refer to as the Pike's awesomeness with a Boost axle width for a ride that fights off deflection like an energy drink-fueled honey badger. The Solo Air fork ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single 150mm travel position. You lose the ability to drop the front end of your bike by a couple of centimeters to make it more aggressive on the climbs, but save about 50 extra grams in the process for a lighter, simpler mechanism. Don't be fooled though, the RCT3's adjustable Charger damper still cleans climbs and will shine like a star on all but the steepest, most technical descents. That said, the RCT3 wouldn't be at the front of the pack if it were rigidly un-adjustable. Depending on the terrain you're climbing or dropping in to, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, letting you choose the amount of lockout for big hits, general trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the RCT3's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, maintaining a cushioned ride over multiple successive bumps. The Maxle Ultimate axle is an exceptionally easy to install version of RockShox's standard model. Claimed to be the easiest-to-operate axle system in the world, Maxle Ultimate boasts tool-free installation that can be completed with just one hand. The Power Bulge feature also contributes to stiffness with a reinforced lower leg and oversized bushing that don't require an increase in stanchion size. The Pike is finished with a PSI menu imprinted on the side, so you don't have to dig through tech manuals to find the proper pressure levels for your ...
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 150 Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 150 Fork - 27.5in - 2017
Six-inch travel bikes have become the golden standard in enduro racing, tempering race-worthy speed with enough travel to tackle whatever rock gardens, gutters, and drops a given mountain might have in store. Almost as soon as it hit the market, the RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 150 Fork proved that it was the standard fork for the golden standard enduro bike, the level against which all other six-inch forks would be measured. While other manufacturers scramble to re-engineer their entire lines, the Pike continues to focus on scrambling across trail furniture and finish lines. The Solo Air fork ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single 150mm travel position. You lose the ability to drop the front end of your bike by a couple of centimeters to make it more aggressive on the climbs, but for some, the extra weight saved (about 50 grams) and the complexity saved is worth it. While still a comfortable climber, thanks to the Charger damper's adjustability, the Solo Air really shines on the steepest and most technical downhills you can stomach. Of course, the Pike wouldn't be in the pole position of the six-inch travel game if it were rigidly un-adjustable. Depending on the terrain you're climbing up or dropping in to, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for bigger hits, trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Pike's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, so you'll always have that cushion, even during multiple successive bumps. The Maxle Lite axle is a lighter and stiffer version or RockShox's standard model. This means it requires fewer watts to move it, and the watts you do send its way transfer more efficiently. The questionably named Power Bulge feature also contributes to stiffness with a reinforced lower leg and oversized bushing that, contrary to the name, don't involv...
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 160 Boost Fork - 27.5in - 2017
It seems like just yesterday that RockShox's Pike was the hottest thing going in the off-road world. These days, Boost axles are the rage, and the 27. 5in Pike RCT3 Solo Air Boost Fork combines those two pieces of trail weaponry for an all-mountain axe stiff enough to chop through any obstacles an enduro course may drop in your path. Since the Pike's reinforced Power Bulge bushings are already pushing the fork into nuclear-grade anti-deflection territory, pairing it with a 110mm Boost axle only makes sense. The Solo Air fork ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single 150mm travel position. You lose the ability to drop the front end of your bike by a couple of centimeters to make it more aggressive on the climbs, but for some, the extra weight saved (about 50 grams) and the complexity saved is worth it. While still a comfortable climber, thanks to the Charger damper's adjustability, the Solo Air really shines on the steepest and most technical downhills you can stomach. Of course, the Pike wouldn't be in the pole position of the six-inch travel game if it were rigidly un-adjustable. Depending on the terrain you're climbing up or dropping in to, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for bigger hits, trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Pike's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, so you'll always have that cushion, even during multiple successive bumps.
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RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 160 Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 160 Fork - 27.5in - 2017
There's a reason why the top manufacturers continue to optimize their 27. 5in enduro racing frames' geometries for RockShox's Pike RCT3 Solo Air 160 Fork. And that's because, as far as we're concerned, RockShox has optimized the trade-off between all-mountain trail riding and climbing and the big-hit, big-line requirements of a modern enduro race sled. Between details like the stiff interface between the Power Bulge bushings and the Maxle Ultimate axle to the customizable properties of the damper and air spring, the Pike RCT3 continues to set the bar when it comes to holding lines on descents and holding gaps on climbs. The Solo Air fork ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single 150mm travel position. You lose the ability to drop the front end of your bike by a couple of centimeters to make it more aggressive on the climbs, but for some, the extra weight saved (about 50 grams) and the complexity saved is worth it. While still a comfortable climber, thanks to the Charger damper's adjustability, the Solo Air really shines on the steepest and most technical downhills you can stomach. Of course, the Pike wouldn't be in the pole position of the six-inch travel game if it were rigidly un-adjustable. Depending on the terrain you're climbing up or dropping in to, the fork's settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for bigger hits, trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Pike's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, so you'll always have that cushion, even during multiple successive bumps. Please note that the Pike RCT3 Solo Air Fork doesn't include a shock pump.
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RockShox RS-1 120mm 29in Fork with X-Loc Remote RockShox RS-1 120mm 29in Fork with X-Loc Remote
We're guilty of using the "turning the suspension world upside down" line more than once in discussion of RockShox's revolutionary new RS-1 fork platform. Why' Because the new XC/trail-focused fork is just that: an inverted, motorcycle-style fork chassis that utilizes cutting edge technology to create the ultimate suspension experience, and the RockShox RS-1 120mm 29in Fork with X-Loc Remote you see here is the longest-travel version currently available. RockShox didn't follow any rules when designing the RS-1, and the result is a product for the consummate 29er devotee. As mentioned, it's an inverted chassis, in which the tapered steerer tube and crown are a single piece of carbon, which is then bonded to carbon legs. Housed within are the new remote-lockout Accelerator cartridge damper and Solo air-spring. Moving down from the carbon crown and legs, the Fast-Black coated stanchions are 32mm wide. Because of the inverted nature of the fork, the stanchions slide effortlessly -- the oil, being above the bushings, provides constant lubrication. Although the carbon fork is stiff and durable, RockShox wanted to ensure that the robustness extended through to the steering and that flex would not be an issue when railing a banked turn. To that end, working with SRAM, it created a hollow 27mm Torque Tube axle that works in conjunction with a standard 15mm thru-axle, creating a new, 110mm axle spacing. The Torque Tube spans the distance between the dropout faces with no endcaps, meaning that once the Maxle is tightened, the serrated ends "grip" the dropouts. This effectively makes the axle, and thereby the wheel, a structural part of the fork. This system was given the name "Predictive Steering" and it keeps the stanchion tubes locked in place. This move makes them torsionally immovable so that you won't need to worry about flex. SRAM (RockShox's parent company) has not licensed the Predictive Steering technology. SRAM and DT Swiss are currently the only companies makin...
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RockShox SID RLC Solo Air 100 Boost (51mm Offset) Fork - 29/27.5 Plus - 2017 RockShox SID RLC Solo Air 100 Boost (51mm Offset) Fork - 29/27.5 Plus - 2017
The RockShox SID RLC Solo Air 100 Boost (51mm Offset) Fork - 29/27. 5 Plus boasts race-ready stiffness, speed, and lightweight efficiency with Boost axles for an added dose of confident handling. This SID RLC features a hint of rake to decrease the bike's trail and increase confidence through low-speed finesse sections. It also reduces "dead" space between the hub and the steering axis, which counters the squiggly, low-speed steering issues that often accompany the longer trails produced by tall wheels and slack geometries. Handling stays razor sharp at all speeds, whether climbing, descending, or deftly navigating tricky terrain.The chassis gets an update this year, reshaped with a focus on gram-saving efficiency. Accordingly, this version of the fork offers the indisputable increase in stiffness and responsiveness of Boost axle spacing. RockShox doesn't divulge specifics of the top-secret design, but claims it adds rigidity across the chassis while saving weight, and the straight-wall aluminum stanchions and magnesium lowers each do their part to add lightness and durability.Within the suspension, a whole host of RockShox's proprietary technologies work with the SID RLC's 100mm of travel, including its Charger Damper which lends the fork its plush, smooth response as you take it over rock-encrusted singletrack. The aptly named Rapid Recovery design works with the fork's Dig Valve to improve the SID RLC's ability to rebound after successive hits on root-laced climbs and rutted out trail, and the option to add RockShox's Bottomless Tokens to the fork's interior gives you further license to fine-tune the ramp-up and limit your likelihood of bottoming-out.Finally, the SID RLC's air spring itself, Solo Air, continues to be designed for ease-of-use. It's metered via a Schrader valve that feeds air to both chambers while printed-on Air Guides keep set-up time to a minimum and make sure you don't waste valuable ride time trying to get the suspension set up just right.
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RockShox SID XX Solo Air 100 (51mm Offset) Fork - 29in - 2017 RockShox SID XX Solo Air 100 (51mm Offset) Fork - 29in - 2017
The RockShox SID XX Solo Air 100 (51mm Offset) 29in Fork trades out it's top-tier World Cup cousin's single-piece carbon steerer and crown for a more price-conscious yet admirably functional alloy steerer and crown, while keeping the Power Bulge bushing reinforcement for stiff, responsive handling. This particular model adds a bit of rake, which decreases the bike's trail to make low-speed finesse sections more manageable. The result is less "dead" space between the steering axis and the hub, which offsets the floppy, low-speed steering issues that arise from the longer trails produced by today's taller wheels and slack geometries. Handling stays 26er-sharp at all speeds, whether climbing, shredding, or cleaning switchbacks and tricky terrain. Despite the change in materials, the SID XX includes the same top-end, race-ready Motion Control DNA damping system found in the World Cup model. Fighting off gravity and wallow is in this system's DNA, and it uses external rebound and incorporates separate circuits for low- and high-speed compression. The damping is remotely adjustable with the included XLoc remote, so you can dial it for high-riding sensitivity over consecutive bumps or larger impacts to maintain speed across flats and descents and protect the gap you worked so hard to open up on the previous climb. The Solo Air spring is also easy to tune with a single Schrader valve, which adjusts both the negative and positive chambers at the same time, and RockShox's Bottomless Tokens, which alter the chamber's effective volume to dial in the compression curve and meet individual ramp-up preferences. Pairing all this with a Rapid Recovery valve that rebounds quickly after full impacts to prep for the next hit means you'll stay in control across root-latticed climbs and rocky descents.
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RockShox SID XX Solo Air 100 Boost (51mm Offset) Fork - 29/27.5 Plus - 2017 RockShox SID XX Solo Air 100 Boost (51mm Offset) Fork - 29/27.5 Plus - 2017
Compared to its carbon-infused World Cup counterpart, the RockShox SID XX Solo Air 100 Boost (51mm Offset) Fork - 29/27. 5 Plus features an alloy steerer and crown to bring the price into more attainable territory. It adds a hint of rake, which decreases the bike's trail to make low-speed finesse sections more manageable. The result is less "dead" space between the hub and the steering axis, which counters the squiggly, low-speed steering issues that arise from the longer trails produced by taller wheels and slack geometries. Paired with a stiff Boost axle width and Power Bulge bushing reinforcement, this fork's handling stays razor sharp at all speeds, whether climbing, descending, or deftly navigating tricky terrain. Despite the change in materials, the SID XX includes the same top-end, race-ready Motion Control DNA damping system found in the World Cup model. Fighting off gravity and wallow is in this system's DNA, and it uses external rebound and incorporates separate circuits for low- and high-speed compression. The damping is remotely adjustable with the included XLoc remote, so you can dial it for high-riding sensitivity over consecutive bumps or larger impacts to maintain speed across flats and descents and protect the gap you worked so hard to open up on the previous climb. The Solo Air spring is also easy to tune with a single Schrader valve, which adjusts both the negative and positive chambers at the same time, and RockShox's Bottomless Tokens, which alter the chamber's effective volume to dial in the compression curve and meet individual ramp-up preferences. Pairing all this with a Rapid Recovery valve that rebounds quickly after full impacts to prep for the next hit means you'll stay in control across root-latticed climbs and rocky descents.
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RockShox SID XX Solo Air 100 Fork - 29in - 2017 RockShox SID XX Solo Air 100 Fork - 29in - 2017
The only key difference between RockShox's SID XX Solo Air 100 29in Fork and its more expensive World Cup counterpart is that the SID XX features an alloy steer and crown construction rather than the World Cup's single-piece carbon build. It's a little heavier, a little less stiff, and a whole hell of a lot more affordable. Given that very few of us torque hard enough to worry about flex and the SID XX still features the reinforcement of Power Bulge bushings, we think the trade-off is a fair one. Despite the change in materials, the SID XX includes the same top-end, race-ready Motion Control DNA damping system found in the World Cup model. Fighting off gravity and wallow is in this system's DNA, and it uses external rebound and incorporates separate circuits for low- and high-speed compression. The damping is remotely adjustable with the included XLoc remote, so you can dial it for high-riding sensitivity over consecutive bumps or larger impacts to maintain speed across flats and descents and protect the gap you worked so hard to open up on the previous climb. The Solo Air spring is also easy to tune with a single Schrader valve, which adjusts both the negative and positive chambers at the same time, and RockShox's Bottomless Tokens, which alter the chamber's effective volume to dial in the compression curve and meet individual ramp-up preferences. Pairing all this with a Rapid Recovery valve that rebounds quickly after full impacts to prep for the next hit means you'll stay in control across root-latticed climbs and rocky descents.
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RockShox SID XX Solo Air 120 Fork - 27.5in - 2017 RockShox SID XX Solo Air 120 Fork - 27.5in - 2017
Except for its more expensive stablemate's one-piece carbon crown and steerer, the RockShox SID XX Solo Air 120 Fork for 27. 5in wheels is every bit the trail missile as the World Cup version. Though this model's substitution of an alloy crown and steerer makes for a slightly heavier overall fork, the SID XX still boasts a claimed weight of just 1,630g, putting it well into the lightweight fork category. The material differences also mean the World Cup model is a bit stiffer through the steerer, but the SID XX features the same built-up Power Bulge bushings at the dropouts to boost stiffness where it really matters and increase line-sticking confidence across techy sections of terrain. The SID XX also includes the same top-end, race-ready Motion Control DNA damping system found in the World Cup model. Fighting off gravity and wallow is in this system's DNA, and it uses external rebound and incorporates separate circuits for low- and high-speed compression. The damping is remotely adjustable with the included XLoc remote, so you can dial it for high-riding sensitivity over consecutive bumps or larger impacts to maintain speed across flats and descents and protect the gap you worked so hard to open up on the previous climb. The Solo Air spring is also easy to tune with a single Schrader valve, which adjusts both the negative and positive chambers at the same time, and RockShox's Bottomless Tokens, which alter the chamber's effective volume to dial in the compression curve and meet individual ramp-up preferences. Pairing all this with a Rapid Recovery valve that rebounds quickly after full impacts to prep for the next hit means you'll stay in control across root-latticed climbs and rocky descents.
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Salsa Titanium Flip-Offs Skewer - Rear Salsa Titanium Flip-Offs Skewer - Rear
Almost 20 years ago Salsa introduced the Titanium Flip-Off Skewer. As a testament to phenomenal design, the Flip-Off remains unchanged to this day. The ultralight Ti Flip-Off has been a staple on high-end road and mountain bikes since the early '90s, and it doesn't look like that will be changing any time soon. Perfect for folks running a thru-axle up front, the Rear Flip-Off will shave grams off your ride and add a touch of bling that will set it apart in any line-up. We've always been fans of the Flip-Offs' design. The smooth, comfortable, CNC'd lever feels good in your hand and operates smoothly. Salsa's cam makes it easy to get your wheel tight without breaking a sweat, and once it's locked on, it stays put. You can also match it with a Flip-Off seat QR for a added high-end custom style. Salsa Flip-Off Titanium Skewers come in Silver, Red, Black, Green, and Blue and are compatible with 9mm QR rear hubs.
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Schwalbe Hans Dampf Tire - 29in Schwalbe Hans Dampf Tire - 29in
Schwalbe brings its true, all-mountain gun, the Hans Dampf, to the wagon-wheel crowd. The Hans Dampf 29-inch tire is bristling with the same aggressive, trail-bike-ready lugs that its little brother, the 27-inch tire, wears. This one, however, is for the big-wheel crowd. Like the 27. 5 version, the Hans Dampf 29 features large, widely spaced lugs that provide exceptional grip on both loose and firm terrain. Robust sidewall reinforcement resists pinch flats and deflection, so you can keep your mind on the trail ahead. The casing is Schwalbe's 67tpi and features a tough three-ply layer under the tread, so while flats are still possible, they're a lot less likely than with a standard 29er tire.
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Schwalbe Hans Dampf Tire -27.5in Schwalbe Hans Dampf Tire -27.5in
The 27. 5in Hans Dampf Tire is Schwalbe's median all-mountain model, riding with a penchant for the kind of terrain and aggressive lines that favor five or six inches of travel while still insisting on the occasional bursts of speed. The TrailStar compound supports these tendencies, privileging a tacky grip over the pure speed of Schwalbe's XC-oriented PaceStar compound. The SnakeSkin version is puncture resistant but light, while the SuperG model focuses on gravity-grade durability at the cost of a few extra grams.
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Schwalbe Jumbo Jim 26in Fatbike Tire Schwalbe Jumbo Jim 26in Fatbike Tire
The German compound warlocks at Schwalbe rarely make a mistake, but we think we've found one in the Jumbo Jim 26in Fatbike Tire. We find no fault with the tire's construction, but the name should've been more along the lines of Hungry Hungry Jimbo, because Jim approaches soft surfaces like snow, sand, and boggy muck with all the delicate reserve of a plastic hippo frantically gobbling up marbles. Any outing with Jim quickly turns into an all he can eat buffet. And he can eat a lot. The fact that Jim is Schwalbe's first foray into fatness may come as a surprise, but the professionally meticulous quality of the build certainly won't. He's made with Schwalbe's PaceStar compound, which features an easy-rolling base layer covered by material with a graduated durometer: harder and more efficient in the center strip and softer shoulders for better grip while cornering in the deep stuff. While PaceStar is general across the Jumbo Jim family, we are carrying two levels of puncture resistance. The LiteSkin option is, well, light, and tires with LiteSkin instead of SnakeSkin weigh a claimed 100 grams less per tire. The SnakeSkin option puts more emphasis on resisting punctures, especially in the monofilament sidewalls, and its Tubeless Easy makes for a smoother conversion to a tubeless set up. No more shaking, re-inflation, or constant re-application of tire sealant, just put Jim on and get gobbling.
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Schwalbe Magic Mary Tire -27.5in Schwalbe Magic Mary Tire -27.5in
Downhill, enduro, all-mountain, it doesn't matter--if you need grip, durability, and the confidence to push it, shoe up with Schwalbe's Magic Mary 27. 5in Tire. Just look at it: giant blocky tread eats technical trails and loose corners for lunch, and the tough bead locks onto your rim like a grappling hook onto a castle wall. Schwalbe serves up the Mary in two versions, a SnakeSkin and a SuperG. SnakeSkin's made with Schwalbe's original puncture-resistant TrailStar ruber, while the SuperG loads up with a bombproof VertStar compound that is tough enough to ride down trails made of nails and broken glass (don't actually do that, though).
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Schwalbe Nobby Nic SnakeSkin Tubeless Easy Tire - 29in Schwalbe Nobby Nic SnakeSkin Tubeless Easy Tire - 29in
Schwalbe added some minor improvements to the Nobby Nic 29-inch tires for 2015, beefing up one of its most popular tires without ruining a good thing. The all-condition tread patterns have new slits in the blocks around the center and the shoulders--a minor improvement. This tread pattern is fast-rolling and earth-grabbing--equally at home on technical trails or hardpacked courses. The Nobby Nics use improved SnakeSkin with Double Defense for even more armor against the sharp things you roll over on the trail. Schwalbe doesn't think you should have to worry about punctures, so it changed the name of its tubeless-ready tires to "TL Easy"--the Nobby Nics are some of the easiest tires to install and set up tubeless.
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Schwalbe Nobby Nic Tire - 27.5 x 2.6 Schwalbe Nobby Nic Tire - 27.5 x 2.6
Beefed up just short of plus-sized territory, the 27. 5 x 2. 6-inch version of the Schwalbe Nobby Nic Tire has been hitting the gym and slurping down protein shakes to acquire voluminous support for the long trail season ahead. This version retains the sought-after attributes that's made the original a favorite of trail riders, namely its ability to roll smoothly while delivering reliable corning grip at high speeds. Its larger volume allows you to drastically lower pressure for unrelenting grip around corners and across trail sections strewn with loose rocks. Since its volume falls short of the 3. 0-inch behemoths found on 27. 5+ rigs, you'll enjoy a significant weight savings in the neighborhood of 100-grams for both the Snakeskin and Apex versions. It's available with the new Apex casing reinforced with two extra layers of motorcycle carcass for burly sidewall protection and increased stiffness. The Apex version reduces the chance of burping the tire, slashing the sidewall, and bottoming out along the rim, all of which are problematic with many high volume tires. The Snakeskin casing offers lighter reinforcement from the aforementioned issues without as much of a weight penalty.
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Schwalbe Procore System Schwalbe Procore System
Born out of a collaboration between Schwalbe and Syntace, the revolutionary Procore System looks to reimagine tire pressure and functionality. By breaking the tire into two distinct pressure zones, Procore allows for exceptionally low tire pressure near the surface of the tire for increased handling and grip, while a high pressure core provides a buffer that absorbs big impacts and reduces the possibility of pinch flats, rim damage, and burping. The Procore System divides the tire into two distinct chambers by utilizing a small, inner Procore tube surrounded by what Schwalbe calls the Procore inner tire to create a high pressure zone close to the rim. This tube features a patented valve that distributes air into each of the chambers based on positioning of the upper section of the valve. The large, tubeless outer chamber constitutes the rest of the tire, including tubeless sealant, which contains exceptionally low pressure -- down to a minimum of 14 PSI to absorb the bumps and provide a massive contact patch for grip and impeccable handling. Procore adds a claimed 200g per wheel, which may be prohibitive for the gram-conscious XC crowd, but the potential to remove so many ride-ending distractions and improve overall ride quality will more than counter any weight gain for many riders. The Procore System is compatible with tires at least 2. 25in wide and rims with an internal width of at least 23mm. Each Procore System will outfit two wheels and includes two Procore inner tubes (with valves), two Procore special tubes (inner tires), two Procore AirGuide tools, two 60ml containers of Doc Blue sealant, tubeless rim bands, Easy Fit fitting liquid - 50ml sponge applicator, tire levers, and fitting instructions.
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Schwalbe Racing Ralph Tire -27.5in Schwalbe Racing Ralph Tire -27.5in
To make the Racing Ralph the ideal cross country tire, Schwalbe uses the PaceStar compound for the tread. By using a center strip with a medium durometer and shoulders that have a softer durometer, the Ralph is able to roll fast on straights while gripping turns so you won't have to sit on your brakes. It's basically free speed. And, so that a flat won't end your day, Schwalbe's Ralph comes in two different levels of puncture resistance. If your ride or race covers rocky sharp granite and cacti, the SnakeSkin is the optimal choice. This option makes tubeless conversion simple with no need for sealant. If your trail is slightly less "sharp," the LiteSkin is ideal; this option also takes 70 grams off the weight of each tire.
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Schwalbe Racing Ralph Tire -29in Schwalbe Racing Ralph Tire -29in
The Schwalbe Racing Ralph Tire is built for cross-country speed on race day. There's even talk around the office that it might be the fastest cross-country 29er tire out there. Schwalbe's PaceStar triple compound uses an easy-rolling layer as the base, with a harder compound on the tire's center strip to lower rolling resistance and translate to more speed in the straight sections. The tire shoulders are made of a softer compound for extra grip when hammering corners or navigating technical terrain. The Racing Ralph is most at home flying down a fast, clean course to victory. Schwalbe gives riders two options for puncture resistance with the Racing Ralph. The LiteSkin version is the lighter of the two, at a claimed 70 grams less per tire than the SnakeSkin. The SnakeSkin version has better puncture resistance, though, especially in its monofilament sidewalls. The Tubeless Easy SnakeSkin also makes the conversion to tubeless smooth and hassle-free.
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Schwalbe Rock Razor Tire - 27.5in Schwalbe Rock Razor Tire - 27.5in
With the Rock Razor 27. 5in Tire, Schwalbe offers its first true semi-slick gravity and enduro tire that performs superbly on hardpack trails. The Rock Razor features low-profile, medium-spaced center knobs for speed on hardpack (or semi-hardpack), and the tires aggressive side lugs deliver excellent cornering traction, making this the perfect tire for high-speed, technical terrain. Schwalbe quadruple reinforces the sidewalls and provides a double-layer of material just beneath the tread for added protection. The SnakeSkin version of the Rock Razor features the company's original puncture-resisting casing, while the SuperG (for Super Gravity) version bulks up for heavy-duty performance.
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Schwalbe Rocket Ron Tire - 27.5 Plus Schwalbe Rocket Ron Tire - 27.5 Plus
The Rocket Ron 27. 5 Plus Tire features the same PaceStar Triple Compound that makes its more svelte sibling ideal for XC racing -- there's just more of both to love. PaceStar Triple is Schwalbe's solution to the classic compound conundrum. Instead of forcing us to negotiate every trail situation with the same durometer of rubber, PaceStar Triple involves strategic hardness at specific points on the tire ranging from a hard, fast-rolling centerline to grippy, smart-cornering shoulders. Schwalbe also gave the chubby Ron the same low-profile tread and U-block shoulder knobs of the skinny Ron, just in a higher quantity to span the tire's bigger waistline. These tread blocks are angled at 20 degrees or so towards the outside of the tire. Compared to the Racing Ralph, the slightly more prominent blocks have been spaced a bit further apart to achieve more void space. This is part of the reason that it self-cleans in mucky stuff so you can continue to have traction to drive down the trail and keep the bike upright. A small sipe doesn't quite divide the block, creating the "U" shape. They work to counteract the lateral forces endured when cornering to maintain traction and to keep the bike stable. We're offering the tire with either a LiteSkin or SnakeSkin carcass. Depending on your choice, you'll get a faster, lighter race tire or a tire that can train and race with more puncture resistance. The LiteSkin option is, well, lighter -- by a claimed 60g per tire -- and features less rolling resistance on fast hardpack. The SnakeSkin option is admittedly heavier, but it gives much better puncture resistance, especially in the monofilament sidewalls, which will come into play on the sharp edges of rock gardens. Regardless of which you choose, Schwalbe's Tubeless Easy design makes for a smooth, hassle-free conversion to a tubeless set up. No more shaking, re-inflation, or constant re-application of tire sealant.
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Schwalbe Rocket Ron Tire - 27.5in Schwalbe Rocket Ron Tire - 27.5in
Whether you prefer more speed or more puncture resistance, both the LiteSkin and SnakeSkin versions of Schwalbe's Rocket Ron Tire are designed to take advantage of a 27. 5-inch wheel's hybrid pedigree. The Rocket Ron's PaceStar Triple Compound maximizes rolling resistance for straight-on, cross-country mashing and grippy cornering for navigating technical courses -- all while keeping overall weight in a climber-friendly range. Depending on your choice, you'll get a faster, lower weight race tire or a tire that can train and race with more puncture resistance. The LiteSkin option is, well, lighter. It's also faster rolling and weighs a claimed 60 grams fewer per tire. The SnakeSkin option is admittedly heavier, but it gives much better puncture resistance, especially in the monofilament sidewalls, and the Tubeless Easy SnakeSkin makes for a smooth, hassle-free conversion to a tubeless setup. Please note that Schwalbe's recommended maximum load is 243lbs (110kg).
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Schwalbe Rocket Ron Tire - 29in Schwalbe Rocket Ron Tire - 29in
The PaceStar Triple Compound that Schwalbe puts on the 29in Rocket Ron Tire is actually three compounds combined. Schwalbe recognizes that one compound isn't sufficient for all applications, so it gave the Rocket Ron different properties at different parts of the tire for a fast-rolling center strip, tacky shoulders for grabbing corners and trail furniture, and durable sidewalls. Whatever your XC or trail needs, the Rocket Ron is ready to rock. The tread profile falls between the crass lumpiness of Schwalbe's Nobby Nic and the speed-focused Racing Ralph, hitting the sweet spot of traction, debris clearance, and low rolling resistance. Rock the Evo casing when you're gunning for the podium, or pop on the SnakeSkin for extra armor on an enduro assault.
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Schwalbe Thunder Burt Tire - 29in Schwalbe Thunder Burt Tire - 29in
Schwalbe's tire lineup is relatively clear and linear, with models that make it fairly obvious what their intended place or purpose is upon first sight, with little need for more research. We like this about Schwalbe's approach, and a great example of this is the Schwalbe Thunder Burt Tire. Designed as a hybrid between the virtually slick Furious Fred XC tire and the Racing Ralph technical trail/XC tire, Thunder Burt toes the line with a tread pattern that can fly over hardpack but still handle semi-loose and loamy terrain. This light and fast tire, coming in at roughly 395 grams, makes it ideal for racing and going fast in dry, hard conditions. The tread pattern Schwalbe used is its PaceStar Triple Compound with a hard center tread that gets progressively softer compounds toward the edge. This provides faster rolling characteristics with excellent cornering traction. The minimal centerline tread means low rolling resistance, and, with the U-block shoulder tread, it still holds its own in the turns or in deeper loose stuff. These tread blocks are angled toward the outside of the tire and work to counteract the lateral forces endured when cornering in order to maintain traction and to keep the bike stable. Schwalbe's EVO compound is the lightest and fastest it makes, while the SnakeSkin version is a bit heavier, with the tradeoff being added protection against punctures. We'd recommend the latter for tubeless setups.
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Shimano 10-Speed Chain Pins Shimano 10-Speed Chain Pins
Whether you break your Shimano 10-speed chain on accident while out in the wild or on purpose for maintenance, you'll need Shimano 10-Speed Chain Pins to put it back together. Traveling in packs of five, these pins will get you back on the bike quickly with some spares for future chain adventures or quick replacement when the one you're installing goes rolling under the shop bench.
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Shimano AX56 12x142mm Thru-Axle Shimano AX56 12x142mm Thru-Axle
Thru-axle rear ends have been pivotal in stiffening the rear triangles of many modern bicycles. The AX56 12x142mm Thru Axle is Shimano's SLX-level cross-country rear thru-axle. This axle is to be used with frames built to the Shimano/Syntace 12x142mm rear E-thru axle standard only.
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Shimano AX76 12x142mm Thru-Axle Shimano AX76 12x142mm Thru-Axle
The AX76 12x142mm Thru-Axle is Shimano's skewer for the E-Thru Axle system built into kit like the superlative XTR hubs. If you're looking for a new 12mm skewer for your Shimano rig, we recommend not taking the risk of discovering previously unknown compatibility issues between brand X and the E-Thru design as your rear wheel tumbles out in the middle of a techy rock garden. Run Shimano, and ride with confidence.
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Shimano BM-DN100 Di2 Battery Mount Shimano BM-DN100 Di2 Battery Mount
Somehow, Di2 can't help but keep getting smarter. With a new Bluetooth battery and Shimano's E-Tube Wireless app, you can now change your shifting preferences wirelessly in the middle of a ride with a smartphone or ANT+ head unit. New versions of Deore XT Di2 will ship with this compatibility built-in, but Shimano created the BM-DN100 Di2 Battery Mount to allow current Di2 users to adapt their earlier generation Di2 drivetrains to work wirelessly as well. If you have your drivetrain set up externally, you'll need this mount, as well as a compatible wireless unit or display to go wireless.
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Shimano BT-DN110 Di2 Battery Shimano BT-DN110 Di2 Battery
Refresh your Di2 shifting system with the Shimano BT-DN110 Di2 Battery. Designed to fit stealthily in seat posts and other internal mounts, this battery is compatible with Shimano's E-Tube technology to drive precise shifts no matter the conditions.
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Shimano Centerlock to 6-Bolt Rotor Adapter Shimano Centerlock to 6-Bolt Rotor Adapter
Shimano's Centerlock to 6-Bolt Disc Rotor Adapter is a pretty straightforward article. It slides onto the centerlock mount on your hubs, leaving an interface to mount a six-bolt rotor. It includes a six-bolt washer, a lockring, and a circle clip to secure the conversion, and a standard Shimano lockring tool is all you need to install it. It's a home mechanic's job, but note that each kit only adapts one centerlock hub, so you'll need two for an entire bike.
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Shimano Deore XT SL-M780 I-Spec B Shifters Shimano Deore XT SL-M780 I-Spec B Shifters
We are lucky to be riding in an age of such broad mountain bike innovation. However, all the new gadgets that make your bike so efficient on the climb and fast on the downhill have a drawback: clutter. Your handlebars are tasked with carrying much more than grips these days. Brake levers, shift levers, front and rear suspension lockout, a seat dropper release, and a GPS all eat up valuable handlebar real estate, and you're running out. Fortunately, Shimano feels your pain. Deore XT SL-M780 I-Spec Shifters mount directly to XT or XTR brake levers, so, with the elimination of two clamps on your bars, a little bit of room just opened up. The I-Spec shifters come with all the goodies that make the M780s so good. Arguably the best feature is Shimano's 2-way release function, which allows you to release cable tension with either your trigger (pointer finger) or your thumb. Another nice touch is the option of shifting through several gears with just one throw of the lever. This feature works whether you're shifting up or down.
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Shimano G04S Metallic Disc Brake Pad Shimano G04S Metallic Disc Brake Pad
Breathe new life into your brakes with a set of Shimano XTR/XT (G03S) Metallic Disc Brake Pads, which feature steel backing plates and sintered metal pads that provide reliable braking power across wet and dry weather conditions. Each pad set includes two pads, a retraction spring, and a cotter pin for installation on one brake caliper.
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Shimano H01A Resin Disc Brake Pad Shimano H01A Resin Disc Brake Pad
Reboot your braking power with a new set of Shimano Saint/Zee (H01A) Resin Disc Brake Pads, which boast aluminum cooling fins and durable resin for reliable braking even when the race is heating up. Each pad set includes two pads, a retraction spring, and a cotter pin for installation on one brake caliper.
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Shimano H03C Metallic Disc Brake Pad Shimano H03C Metallic Disc Brake Pad
Refresh your braking power with a new set of Shimano Saint/Zee (H03C) Metallic Disc Brake Pads, which feature aluminum cooling fins and a metal compound that provides reliable braking across wet and dry weather conditions. Each pad set includes two pads, a retraction spring, and a cotter pin for installation on one brake caliper.
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Shimano J02A Resin Disc Brake Pad Shimano J02A Resin Disc Brake Pad
Refresh your confidence in braking and overall speed control with Shimano's XTR/XT (J02A) Resin Disc Brake Pads. Featuring aluminum Ice-Tech cooling fins and durable resin, these pads provide consistent, reliable braking power ride after ride. Each pad set includes two pads, spring, and retaining clips for installation on one brake caliper.
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Shimano J04C Metallic Disc Brake Pad Shimano J04C Metallic Disc Brake Pad
Keep your Shimano XTR or XT brakes running smoothly with the Shimano XTR/XT (J04C) Metallic Disc Brake Pad. Made with a steel base and featuring Shimano's trademark cooling fins, these pads reinvigorate your braking system for confident stopping power and modulation. Compared to organic pads, metallic pads brake better at high heats, so they'll stay responsive through long, sketchy descents. They also last longer, though the added reliability comes the cost of less initial bite and a bit of extra noise. Each package contains pads, retaining clip, and spring needed to replace the pads on one brake caliper.
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Shimano PD-M530 MTB SPD Pedals Shimano PD-M530 MTB SPD Pedals
Shimano's SPD pedals have been around forever and, aside from a few additions here and there, have remained pretty much unchanged. The reason is simple: Shimano got it right the first time. The M530 still uses Shimano's tried-and-true SPD retention system, but it incorporates a larger platform to add a bit of support in gnarly sections of trail where you're tossed around. The M530 SPD MTB pedal incorporates the same smart features that SPDs have incorporated for years. The dual-sided pedals make clipping in a snap. Sealed cartridge bearings make them pretty-much maintenance-free, although if you need to take them apart to clean and grease the internals, it can still be done without any SPD-specific tools. Finally, there's the tension adjustment, which is why many believers have been riding SPDs for years. With a 3mm Allen wrench, you can adjust the release tension of your pedals, so you can customize the feel to your exact comfort level.
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Shimano PD-MX80 Saint Pedals Shimano PD-MX80 Saint Pedals
Though we're typically leery of manufacturers tinkering with our favorite pieces of kit, Shimano's PD-MX80 Saint Pedals are a successful and welcome update to the classic DX Flat model. The durable aluminum body, nine adjustable traction pins, chromoly axles, and sealed bearings ensure that you'll be able to ride BMX parks like a saint and DH like a sinner. The new platform design keeps your foot closer to the axle, and the open bodies shed mud and debris like temptation rolling off the back of St. Thomas.
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Shimano Saint BB80D Bottom Bracket Shimano Saint BB80D Bottom Bracket
Shimano's Saint groupset is built to weather the big hits and hard drops of downhill racing. The Shimano Saint BB80D Bottom Bracket pairs with the Saint FC-M815 HollowTech II crankset to keep the pedals turning effortlessly run after run. Featuring silky smooth sealed bearings and longer drive side threading, this bottom bracket adds durability and an extra confident interface with chain retention devices for more fun in the dirt and less time worrying about mechanicals.
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Shimano Saint M820 Disc Brakes Shimano Saint M820 Disc Brakes
The Saint M820 Disc Brakes may be the unsung heroes of the Shimano's pro-proven DH groupset, having enjoyed success on the world stage with Gwin since the prototype stage. In fact, Shimano's initial unveiling of the group was delayed slightly so the Japanese company could continue refining it according to the feedback from elite racers like Gwin, and the result is a shorter Servo Wave arm that modulates better than it's punchier predecessor, feeling more like XTR and allowing for more finesse while tempering speed to ensure you carry precisely as much momentum into techy corners and rock gardens as you want. The changes between model years include a reshaped brake lever, which is designed to meet the new Saint brakes' goal of single-finger operation, and a bit of texturing helps keep your powerful little digit firmly grounded. The brake caliper itself still rocks four ceramic pistons, which net the same full-halt stopping power as their predecessors that's nevertheless keen to modulate courtesy of the Servo Wave actuation. Servo Wave gives you more lever travel off the top, allowing the pads to sit farther away from the rotor and reducing rubbing. When you get deeper into the stroke, and the pads engage, Servo Wave acts like a cam, developing an incredible amount of power despite the lever's even stubbier profile, and is responsible for Saint's unrivaled lock-out capabilities. For some, the Saint brake's key difference with the less expensive Zee -- tool-free lever adjustment -- is an unnecessary luxury; however, for everyone from pros like Gwin to aggressive freeriders the world over, the ability to quickly dial stopping power is priceless. The brakes are finished with one-way bleeding for ease of servicing and ship with a reinforced brake hose that resists deforming to keep brake feel consistent throughout the run. The included brake levers are I-Spec B compatible.
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Shimano Saint M820 Trigger Shifter Shimano Saint M820 Trigger Shifter
While the component pieces of Shimano's Saint groupset occasionally earn supremacy over their Zee counterparts by dint of weight loss alone, the Saint M820 Trigger Shifter stands head and shoulders above the Zee model. This is, admittedly, just our opinion, but we're also confident that the Saint shifter's ball bearing operation and ability to shift up two gears at once make a huge difference while punching out of terrain features. The Saint M820 Shifters also carry their weight against the previous iteration, with both triggers making noticeable gains in length and the thumb lever requiring a claimed 37% less force to initiate shifts. While we haven't run clinical tests to verify that claim, on-trail experience tells us that the action is lighter and more responsive.
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Shimano SC-MT800 Di2 Digital Display Unit Shimano SC-MT800 Di2 Digital Display Unit
After you've finished setting up your enduro dream-machine to run on Shimano XTR or XT Di2, you don't want to spend your ride staring through your legs every few miles to see where you are on your cassette when you could be rallying through the rock garden in front of you. Shimano developed its SC MT800 Di2 Digital Display Unit to keep you informed with a quick glance, displaying battery level, which gear you're in, shift mode, and your FOX iRD suspension position on one small screen. You can also adjust your derailleurs from the unit and turn on audible shift notifications and Synchronized Shifting if you'd like. Always efficient, Shimano made sure to arrange the screen so that you won't need to stare at a mini computer on your bars, with the SC-MT800 clipping neatly onto your bar ends and providing 3 E-Tube ports through which to route your cables. With wireless Deore XT Di2 now available, Shimano made sure to make the SC-MT800 wireless compatible with ANT+ and Bluetooth, so you can use it with any other mobile accessories you take along on your ride.
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Shimano SC-MT9051 Di2 Digital Display Unit Shimano SC-MT9051 Di2 Digital Display Unit
With its SC-MT9051 Di2 Digital Display Unit, Shimano ushers its off-road electronic groupset into the wireless realm. The SC-MT9051 is Bluetooth compatible, so it displays all of the drivetrain information of its wired predecessor, the SC-M9050, but without the inconvenience of wired connections. It still enables Synchro Shift, but it now also lets you customize and fine-tune the Di2 shifting system wirelessly--once again courtesy of its Bluetooth connection. The rapidly evolving world of electronic drivetrains can be confusing, compatibility-wise, so we'll help walk you through it. The SC-MT9051 is compatible with Shimano's BT-DN110 battery. It does also work with the SM-BTR2 battery, which is the previous Di2 battery built for the SC-M9050, but doing so negates the Bluetooth functionality and eliminates Synchro Shift. Given those limitations, we recommend only pairing it with the BT-DN110 battery.
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Shimano SLX BL-M7000 Disc Brake Shimano SLX BL-M7000 Disc Brake
Shimano's SLX groupset has been celebrated as the everyday rider's groupset since it was released, so when Shimano announced news of a full revamp, the company immediately piqued our interest. Introducing both functional and aesthetic upgrades, Shimano redefined what's expected of a workhorse groupset. We'd be thrilled to spec a new do-it-all trail frame with a one-by SLX drivetrain, adding the Shimano SLX BL-M7000 Disc Brake to give us the reassurance that we'll have long-lasting stopping power for every unknown situation we can't help but dive into. Taking inspiration from its pricier XT and XTR drivetrains, Shimano aimed to shave weight and enhance responsiveness with the BL-M7000. Sure, older SLX brakes functioned well enough, but these have been cleaned up to function even closer to their pricier siblings. They'll still weigh more than XT, but the gap has been narrowed without a matching increase in price. A more streamlined master cylinder saves weight on the main caliper body, while slimmer clamps reduce clutter on the bars. Shimano revisited its Servo Wave cam system when updating the levers, making subtle alterations to improve power and responsiveness when you squeeze them fast ahead of a steep, unexpected switchback. Though they are not included with this brakeset, the Centerlock rotors weren't spared the wave of Shimano's wand, returning with an alloy carrier and new shape that enables them to more efficiently dissipate heat.
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Shimano SLX CS-M7000 Cassette Shimano SLX CS-M7000 Cassette
We're not afraid to assert that Shimano is the de facto leader in trickle-down technology. The brand consistently executes progressive changes across its componentry in a methodical, rather than frantic, fashion, then spreads those changes across the rest of its line like a fairy godmother in a familiar story. The brand bestowed this same magic on its redesigned SLX line, turning the workhorse line into a shiny group of moving parts that look and perform far beyond what their price suggests. The SLX CS-M7000 Cassette may not be the star of the show, but it didn't miss out on any of the magic dust. Crafting the cassette with an aluminum spider, Shimano shaved grams from the design compared to past versions, then constructed the cogs with a durable mix of aluminum and steel. In all, Shimano aimed the new SLX drivetrain at the ever-changing lineup of trail and off-road adventure bikes featuring wider spacing and bigger tires. It also wanted to deliver 11-speed to riders who aren't ready to take a pro-level chunk out of their wallets to pay for XT just yet, and in true Shimano style, didn't trade functionality for a lower price point.
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Shimano SLX FC-M7000 1x Boost Crankarms Shimano SLX FC-M7000 1x Boost Crankarms
With sleek lines and stealthy aesthetics, the new Shimano SLX FC-M7000 1x Boost Crankarms step ever closer to their pricier XT and XTR siblings. Now available with a chainline that's been bumped 3mm outward to 53mm, these crankarms pair perfectly with your boost-axle equipped trail rig for efficient power transfer and top-tier aesthetics without breaking the bank.The crankarms' aluminum construction blends low weight with durability, and Shimano worked to improve longevity with this latest iteration of SLX. It also shaved weight from the bottom bracket, and lessened the seal drag for a more efficient design overall. Shimano significantly raised the bar on what it means to be a workhorse groupset with the SLX overhaul, and we'd imagine yours won't be the only all-new SLX drivetrain you're seeing on the trails pretty soon.
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Shimano SLX FC-M7000 2x Boost Crankset Shimano SLX FC-M7000 2x Boost Crankset
Shimano has been steadily upgrading its road drivetrain hierarchy for the past several years now, benevolently delivering trickle-down technology to its more wallet-friendly groupsets to keep improving its designs across price points. Fortunately, the brand hasn't neglected the practice on the mountain side of things either, and this year treated its workhorse SLX groupset to a full 11-speed upgrade. Now built with sleek XT aesthetics and the durability we've always associated with Shimano, SLX looks to recapture some of the pre-spec'd bike build market with its up-to-date technology and accessible mid-range price point. Aiming to appeal to a range of riders and preferences, Shimano made SLX available in several different configurations, with the FC-M7000 2x Boost Crankset created for riders who prefer the gear range of a double chainring and the increase in stiffness of Boost spacing. It benefits from Shimano's Hollowtech II aluminum construction, which consists of a careful cold-forging process that results in stiffer, lighter crank arms than their solid counterparts would be. Rather than making one standard design for each configuration, Shimano adapted its construction details to each configuration, giving the FC-M7000 close gear ratio combinations so that you experience as little lag time in between shifts as possible -- especially helpful when you have seconds to drop into a low gear before a steep roller or are trying to accelerate quickly heading into a flat stretch. The chainrings themselves now boast teeth built with Shimano's Dynamic Chain Engagement technology, which suit them to manage different power outputs depending on the ring. This improves shifting overall by delivering more tailored shifts, along with an always-welcome increase in stiffness and improved chain retention. Shimano also made improvements to the FC-M7000's bottom bracket, developing better seals to guard against invading trail grit and water for this year. Though you won't get the...
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Shimano SLX FC-M7000 2x Crankset Shimano SLX FC-M7000 2x Crankset
Like the principal dancer in an elaborate ballet, the crankset stands as the pristine star of your drivetrain. Though it usually loses its original gleam after a day or two spent rallying through the dirt and mud, the crankset carries significant functional and aesthetic responsibilities. When Shimano overhauled its entire SLX groupset for this year, it showed an admirable attention to both, revealing a resplendent redesign that narrows the gap between SLX and its pricier siblings. If parting with your granny gear sends chills down your spine, the SLX FC-M7000 2x Crankset makes one hell of an upgrade for your trail bike, without losing the affordability SLX has always delivered. Trickle-down technology is the big story with the FC-M7000, appearing in the form of Shimano's Dynamic Chain Engagement (DCE) tooth profile, shaped to grab onto your chain without slowing it down on its journey. Together with the 3D composite chainring profile, the design increases retention by 150% from older designs, and we can't help but note that it looks as clean as it functions. The crankset's aluminum construction blends low weight with durability, and Shimano worked to improve longevity with this latest iteration of SLX. It also shaved weight from the bottom bracket, and lessened the seal drag for a more efficient design overall. Shimano significantly raised the bar on what it means to be a workhorse groupset with the SLX overhaul, and we'd imagine yours won't be the only all-new SLX drivetrain you're seeing on the trails pretty soon.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7020-D 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7020-D 2x11 Front Derailleur
It's never been the sexiest, shiniest Shimano drivetrain, or the cheapest, but this year, SLX has finally been granted its moment in the spotlight. From the looks of things, it's going to be a long moment. Receiving an overhaul spanning from cranksets to trigger shifters, SLX emerged from the dust a glittering new groupset, with the 11-speed appeal of its attention-grabbing siblings, XTR and XT. Replete with trickle-down technology, the SLX FD-M7020-D 2x11 Front Derailleur returns better than ever for 2016, with functionality that belies its affordable price. Arguably the most significant change to the front derailleur this year is its side swing design, accommodating the stubbier chainstays and longer-travel trail bikes and enduro sleds that seem to be spawning directly onto the trails by the day as of late. Shimano also cleaned up the shifting action, aiming for smoother, quieter transitions between small and big ring and back again, without the jingling and heavy-handed lever throwing required by your finicky first hardtail years ago. If you're loathe to part with your granny gear for the times when the singletrack becomes a massive wall in front of you, the FD-M7020 confidently demonstrates that the front derailleur can keep up with changing times as much as any one-by setup.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur
We're always excited to hear a rumor of trickle-down technology making its way down the Shimano groupset family line, and this spring, that rumor applied to SLX. Shimano went back to the workshop and took tech from Deore XT and XTR and added it to SLX, giving the hardworking groupset a makeover that significantly raises the bar on what mid-range componentry should be able to do. It also kept it in a price range that's fully accessible to the self-sponsored mountain biker. The SLX FD-M7020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur received its own share of upgrades, and returned to make a strong case that front derailleurs still deserve a place on modern mountain bike frames. One of the biggest changes the FD-M7020-E saw was a shift to a side swing design, which Shimano did to give it compatibility with the stockier chainstays and longer travel enduro rigs popping up on the trails by the minute as of late. This design fits better with modern, energetic rear triangles, giving the front derailleur longevity in a fickle industry. Additionally, Shimano cleaned up the shifting action on the FD-M7020, aiming for cleaner, more precise hops from small ring to big that lend smoothness to your ride, whether you're coasting over the flowy stuff or battling to stay upright on a root-laced climb.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7020-H 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7020-H 2x11 Front Derailleur
Though the glossies might have you believing that the front derailleur is facing inevitable extinction, there's no shame in wanting to hold onto your granny gear for your climb-heavy rides. When Shimano gave the SLX drivetrain its extensive makeover for 2016, the brand introduced a few well-executed changes to bring the SLX FD-M7020 2x11 Front Derailleur firmly into the present. Trickle-down technology delivered a side-swing design that improves tire clearance to get along far better with stubbier chainstays and long-travel bikes than before, giving SLX staying power in the face of constantly-changing trends. It also improved the shifting action and power, ensuring you'll step cleanly between big and small ring, rather than jumping painfully, without requiring you to expend extra energy with heavy-handed shift initiation. Like the rest of SLX, the Front Derailleur also received the same clean aesthetic makeover, returning sleeker and more streamlined than ever, making an enviable addition to your trail bike or enduro sled.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur
Shimano redesigned its entire SLX drivetrain for 2016, bestowing a host of trickle down technology from XT and XTR onto the workhorse groupset. Where SLX was reliable before, its exceptionally so now, with improved functionality and stunning aesthetics from cranksets to trigger shifters. The SLX FD-M7020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur is no exception, and it demonstrates Shimano's faith that the front derailleur deserves a place on modern mountain bike frames. One of the most significant pieces of trickle-down technology SLX received was its side swing design, which helps give it integrate far better with the stubbier chainstays and wider tires that classify modern enduro sleds and trail bikes. That means you won't feel like you're putting an outdated component on a brand new frame, and it gives the groupset longevity to match its already admirable dependability. Dependability is no surprise from Shimano, and the brand also worked to make the FD-M7020 shift cleaner and more smoothly than its SLX predecessors. As you move from small to big ring and back again, the derailleur ensures you have a consistent, predictable ride when the terrain is anything but that.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7025-D 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7025-D 2x11 Front Derailleur
We'll admit: the thought of ditching our granny gear forever in favor of a one-by setup always sounds great from the couch. Predictably, our enthusiasm begins to wane as we hop on our trail bikes and start pedaling, with our optimism dropping precipitously when we hit our first of several nausea-inducing climbs. If this inner debate has made building up your new dream bike more complicated than you expected, we'd recommend taking a look at Shimano's all-new SLX drivetrain. The SLX FD-M7025-D 2x11 Front Derailleur will save you a granny gear while still working expertly with the geometry of your modern long-travel enduro frame. Stubby chainstays and energetic rear triangles define the modern trail and enduro frames appearing on the trails as of late, and Shimano took these geometry trends into consideration when redesigning SLX from top-to-bottom, giving it greater tire clearance with these bikes in mind. This direct-mount front derailleur will sit cleanly against your frame, offering improved shifts for a more consistent ride as you step up to the big ring ahead of a smooth descent or drop gears quickly while approaching a wall. Besides improved functionality, the FD-M7025 also features the same sleek aesthetics as the rest of the groupset, an overall look inspired by its XT and XTR siblings.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7025-E 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7025-E 2x11 Front Derailleur
If you haven't heard about Shimano's new redesign of SLX, we don't think it's a stretch to say you'll be seeing a lot more of it out on singletrack soon. SLX has always been a reliable choice for off-road rigs, but this year, it debuts with fresh trickle-down technology from pricier Deore XT in a classy redesign. Shimano still bills SLX as its affordable, workhorse groupset, but the brand has raised the bar on what workhorse actually means, delivering an incredibly capable mix of componentry that functions better than its price should suggest. The SLX FD-M7025-E 2x11 Front Derailleur is no exception to that description; if you're looking to hang onto your granny gear to make climbing more enjoyable, the FD-M7025-E makes a capable addition to your setup. Shimano built its SLX front derailleurs in a huge range of pull and mount types, with this version working as a down pull, E-type. Aside from its routing and mounting specifications, it's exactly the same as the rest of the group. Shimano focused on constructing its SLX front derailleurs to better integrate with modern trail and long-travel enduro bike geometries, with their snappy rear triangles governed by stubby chainstays. The FD-M7025-E promises to fit cleanly and function reliably in the presence of an energetic rear suspension and triangle. Graceful steps from small to big ring and back again define the front derailleur's new design, offering precision when you throw the lever heading into a tough climb, along with the signature longevity that Shimano componentry displays over the miles, and years.
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Shimano SLX FD-M7025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano SLX FD-M7025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur
Shimano's redesign of its entire SLX line resulted in changes that not just the budget-focused crowd alone should be excited about. Once again demonstrating the power of trickle-down technology, Shimano took features from its crown jewels, XTR and XT, and moved it down to workhorse SLX, turning the formerly 10-speed drivetrain into an 11-speed do-it-all groupset that's almost a no-brainer for the average mountain bike setup. If racing isn't your thing and shaving grams doesn't keep you up at night, SLX promises a reliable, responsive ride beyond its affordable price. Rather than do away with double and triple cranks all-together, Shimano created the SLX FD-M7025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur to give riders the option to hang onto the extra granny gear for climbing. Though some might insist that the front derailleur is facing extinction, Shimano made sure the FD-M7025 could hold its own with modern equipment. The front derailleur now features the side swing design first seen on XTR, giving it greater tire clearance for the stubbier chainstays that are popping up on every new trail and enduro rig we see gracing the glossies lately. In addition to building the derailleur with long-travel bikes in mind, Shimano improved the shift quality to result in lighter hops from small ring to big. Instead of having to hold the shifter then listen to a whole chorus of clunking and jangling as your chain struggles up to the big ring, you'll be where you want to be in a matter of seconds.
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Shimano SLX M7000 1x Chainring Shimano SLX M7000 1x Chainring
We know that SLX is still technically considered Shimano's workhorse mountain drivetrain, efficient and affordable. It's never been known as the sexiest or lightest groupset, but has filled its niche admirably up until now. After the overhaul Shimano introduced this year, however, we're not how to refer to it anymore. SLX still technically sits beneath XTR and XT, but after receiving a host of trickle-down technology and an impressive makeover, the groupset has significantly raised the bar of what "workhorse" means. Shimano didn't leave any part of the groupset untouched, and as such, the SLX M7000 1x Chainring received its own host of exciting modifications to interact expertly with the new 1x11 SLX Crankset. Now featuring the same Dynamic Chain Engagement (DCE) tooth profile as its XTR and XT chainring siblings, the 1x Chainring boasts dramatically better chain retention than its predecessors. The teeth grab onto your chain fiercely, but do so without dragging you down, and their stainless steel construction offers improved durability and longevity befitting of their Shimano pedigree.
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Shimano SLX RD-M7000 Rear Derailleur Shimano SLX RD-M7000 Rear Derailleur
After spending its entire life in the shadows of the luminous XTR and XT drivetrains, SLX received an extensive overhaul for 2016 that raises the bar on the definition of a workhorse drivetrain. Still accessible to the self-sponsored cyclist, SLX now offers 11-speed capability and sleek new graphics, bringing it to a standard far above what the mid-range groupset previously knew. As one of the key players, the SLX RD-M7000 Rear Derailleur comes with a 41-teeth capacity and the option to be setup one-by or with a double crankset, with a more streamlined design just begging to be set up on your new terrain-gobbling trail bike. Trickle-down technology didn't just stop at 11-speed. For the first time, SLX was also granted coveted Shadow RD+ distinction, which results in greater chain stability due to the addition of the Shadow stabilizing switch. The switch limits movement of the derailleur cage, thereby greatly lessening the likelihood of mid-ride chain drops. Over time, you'll be able to adjust the clutch tension to keep the cage in-place as normal wear-and-tear runs its course so you don't suffer a decrease in functionality. Shimano also improved shift quality on the RD-M7000, tweaking the derailleur's design to result in shifts that are on average 20% easier to initiate than before. We know -- trying to gauge a 20% drop in effort when you're steering your trail bike up a succession of spiraling switchbacks is almost impossible. We'd prefer to ride assured that each desperate gear drop on a climb and quick upshift heading into a descent will happen easier and more precisely than ever.
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Shimano SLX RT66 Rotor - 6 Bolt Shimano SLX RT66 Rotor - 6 Bolt
At the end of last season, you promised yourself you'd finally buy some fresh rotors in the spring, so don't put it off. If you're running 6-bolt disc bakes, grab the Shimano SLX RT66 6-Bolt Rotor and make sure you'll be able to stop consistently on the muddy, rough trail conditions you're bound to encounter in the early part of next season. A steel construction promises durability without a hefty price tag, and strategically carved mud-shedding slots throughout the rotor's body help your pads stay cleaner and less crusty on wet days.
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Shimano SLX SL-M7000 Trigger Shifter Shimano SLX SL-M7000 Trigger Shifter
For Shimano's new SLX drivetrain, even the trigger shifters received some of the magic dust Shimano sprinkled across the affordable groupset as it transformed it from a workhorse 10-speed drivetrain to componentry resembling Shimano royalty. Shimano knows trickle-down, and it delivered features from XT to SLX to bring it up to 11-speed greatness. SLX deserves all of the attention each of its shiny bits have received from the glossies, from the new brakes right down to the SLX SL-M7000 Trigger Shifter. Now featuring a sleeker design that's been molded to better fit the hand, the shift levers also come with a longer body that allows for quicker shift initiations when you're focusing on blasting through an approaching rock garden. When you throw the levers, the stainless steel shift cable's OPTISLICK coating helps it engage faster, with less effort, and the levers allow you to downshift up to three gears in one stroke. You can also choose whether you want to use your thumb or index finger to release gears depending on which is easier given the terrain. All of these changes collectively resulted in a reduction in shift effort of around 20%, according to Shimano, which makes a difference when you're trying to keep pace on an exhausting, challenging trail. Please note that this version comes in Shimano's impressive I-Spec II mount option, previously only offered on XT, which is incredibly simple to install, and offers a huge range of adjustability once mounted.
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Shimano SLX SM-RT70 Rotor - Centerlock Shimano SLX SM-RT70 Rotor - Centerlock
Get confident braking power with the Shimano SLX SM-RT70 Centerlock Rotor. Designed to combat heat buildup and featuring an alloy centerpiece, this rotor brings durable, reliable speed modulation to the steepest trails and hardest corners.
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Shimano SM-BTC1 Di2 Bottle Cage Battery Mount Shimano SM-BTC1 Di2 Bottle Cage Battery Mount
We love the sharp, corrective shifting of Shimano's Di2 groups, but all that tech goes to waste without a power source. Enter the SM-BTC1 Di2 Bottle Cage Battery Mount -- or rather, insert a BTR-2 battery into this thing and let the shift levers fly. The SM-BTC1 mounts on your frame's water bottle cage bosses, where it serves as a Junction B in the Di2 system. It's got six E-Tube wiring ports, and it keeps things tidy with internal wire organization and routing.
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Shimano SM-MA90 Disc Brake Adapter Shimano SM-MA90 Disc Brake Adapter
With the SM-MA90 Disc Brake Adapter, Shimano has taken an artful leap at the lowly disc brake adapter. Not only is it lighter than their older adapters, but it's more refined -- this refinement being the reason for its lightness. Where Shimano's older adapters were blocky, this one has curved edges. Where they were solid, this one has a window machined out of the center of the adapter body.The Shimano SM-MA90 Disc Brake Adapter is available in five versions to fit 160 and 180mm rotors for front ISO or Post mounts and rear ISO mounts.
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Shimano SM-RT68 Rotor Shimano SM-RT68 Rotor
An aluminum core placed between steel braking surfaces and the alloy spider of Shimano's CenterLock SLX SM-RT68 Rotor effectively prevents heat buildup for consistent braking. Shimano's SLX SM-RT68 rotor is compatible with the CenterLock interface and comes in three sizes: 160, 180, and 203mm.
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Shimano XT 10-Speed Chain CN-HG95 Shimano XT 10-Speed Chain CN-HG95
It's hard to imagine that Shimano could improve upon the shifting performance of the Dyna-Sys 10-speed chain, but with the CN-HG95 XT 10-Speed Chain they've managed to reduce friction by roughly 60 percent. The CN-HG95's directional/asymmetrical plate design allows the chain to glide effortlessly across cogs and chainrings, respectively. The new Sil-Tec surface treatment provides a quieter and cleaner ride while also increasing chain life.
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Shimano XT BB-MT800-PA Bottom Bracket Shimano XT BB-MT800-PA Bottom Bracket
The Shimano XT BB-MT800-PA Bottom Bracket steps up the 11-speed game with durable bearing seals and smaller bearings than previous models to reduce friction and provide a smooth pedal turn every time you clip in. It's compatible with 89. 5 and 93mm-wide shells with a 41mm internal diameter. This bottom bracket pairs with MTB 24mm Hollowtech cranksets and will fit frames with the BB86, BB91, and BB92 bottom bracket standards.
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Shimano XT BL-M8000 Disc Brake Shimano XT BL-M8000 Disc Brake
Building off the smashing success of Shimano's XT BR-M785B Disc Brakes, the Shimano XT BL-M8000 Disc Brakes offer enhanced ergonomics with their sleek integrated master cylinder and simple integration with I-Spec II shift levers. Not only does this improved design shave precious grams, but it also frees up valuable real estate along the handlebars, which is always a positive with the ubiquitous use of dropper posts on modern trail bikes. Sero Wave technology delivers reliable stopping performance across widely variable trail conditions and riding disciplines. This technology improves brake engagement by closing quickly upon first squeeze, ramping up power after initial engagement for improved bite. 22mm ceramic pistons inspire riders to push their limits with gobs of stopping power at a moment's notice. Shimano's Radiator Pads disperse heat on shuttle runs and lift-accessed downhills, preventing dreaded brake fade on lengthy descents. Tool-free reach adjustment dials in a custom feel for precise trigger actuation. The Shimano XT BL-M8000 Disc Brakes come with everything needed for installation. This brake kit works with Shimano's XT and XT Ice-Tech Rotors for reliable stopping performance in all conditions. Hinged, split clamps allow for easy mounting. The pre-bled lever/caliper/hose assembly is ready for installation on your favorite trail bike.
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Shimano XT CS-M8000 Cassette Shimano XT CS-M8000 Cassette
Shift smoothly across everything from steep, rock-strewn trails to smooth-buffed XC loops with the Shimano XT CS-M8000 Cassette. Whether you're overhauling your trail bike's chewed-up cassette or converting to a 1x11 drivetrain, this 11-speed cassette shaves precious grams while standing up to abuse on the trail with its mixture of lightweight aluminum and robust steel cogs. Rhythm step gear progression ensures precise shifting without annoying ghost shifts on the trail. The wide range of available gears saves your knees from undue stress on lung-busting climbs, available in 11-40T, 11-42T, or 11-46T versions to suit your riding style and local terrain.
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Shimano XT Di2 FD-M8070 Front Derailleur 2x11 Shimano XT Di2 FD-M8070 Front Derailleur 2x11
While Shimano's mechanical front derailleurs have always worked flawlessly to deliver quiet, precise gear shifts, its Di2 system has taken it to a whole new level. We can't overstate the precision of a Di2 front derailleur, and if you're running double chainrings on the trail, we can't imagine settling for anything other than the 2 x 11 XT Di2 FD-M8070 Front Derailleur. With proper installation, you can forget about dropped chains forever and the woes of chain rub will become just a dark, distant memory. Shifting also becomes quicker, easier, and more precise. All of this is achieved with an increase in shifting power that's never affected by cable stretch or contamination. Cable routing is also simpler and cleaner, and, perhaps most importantly, setup is easier due to Shimano's newest generation of its E-Tube electronics system.
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Shimano XT Di2 RD-M8050 Rear Derailleur Shimano XT Di2 RD-M8050 Rear Derailleur
With the advent of the XT Di2 RD-M8050 Rear Derailleur, Shimano's Di2 has finally come to Deore XT, which may be the most popular drivetrain model in the world. The XT version is built for more aggressive terrain, features a much friendlier price point, and actually represents an upgrade on XTR in some ways. One of the biggest changes to XT's version of Di2 is that it now wirelessly connects to Shimano's E-Tube platform via Bluetooth. That means that you can initially set your drivetrain up at home with a computer or tablet and then make targeted adjustments using your smartphone while you're on the actual trail. We don't need to explain why this is so huge, and we fully expect it to break the typical product cycle model by trickling up to XTR. The XT Di2 rear derailleur does benefit from some trickle-down tech, including the Shadow RD+ switch and Synchronized Shifting. Shadow RD+ is the same toggle switch on the mechanical version. It lets you lock the derailleur in place, maintaining chain tension across funky terrain to eliminate chain slap and ghost shifting. Avoiding ghost shifts is especially important here considering the fact that the second feature, Synchronized Shifting, serves as a drivetrain babysitter by synching the front and rear derailleurs to ensure you're always in an optimal gearing--obviously not terribly useful if you're running a one-by rig. By putting the two derailleurs in communication with each other, Synchronized Shift can actually calculate your efficiency and perform simultaneous front and rear shifts to eliminate cross-chaining and set you up in the best chain line for any given gearing. These shifting patterns depends on the direction you're shifting and the combination you're shifting into. They're wirelessly programmable via Shimano's E-Tube system, so you can set your preferences in advance to ensure that your internally-communicating drivetrain isn't conspiring against you. Another category of big winners in the Synchronized...
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Shimano XT Di2 SW-M8050 Shift Switch Shimano XT Di2 SW-M8050 Shift Switch
While it's not the star of Shimano's electronic shifting platform, the fact that the XT Di2 SW-M8050 Shift Switch isn't hamstrung by the constraints of pulling cables means that--like with the XTR version--Shimano was able to build it with nothing but ergonomics in mind. Specifically, your ergonomics. The shift paddles can be customized to how you like them rather than forcing you to contort your digits to whatever design allowed the engineers to tease out the best mix of low weight and cable pull efficiency. Though they're not actually pulling cable, Shimano builds the levers to provide tactile feedback on activation much like an indexed shifter. This is especially necessary on the XT version because it's part of a drivetrain that's meant for trail and all-mountain abuse whereas XTR is built primarily for XC racing. The increments in shifting are programmable through the E-Tube platform, and--if you're so inclined--you can run a single shifter with a double drivetrain and let Shimano's Synchronized Shifting feature manage your front shifts to keep you spinning optimally.
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Shimano XT Dyna-Sys CS-M771 Cassette Shimano XT Dyna-Sys CS-M771 Cassette
It was only a matter of time before Shimano added a cog to its XT-level cassette. The XT Dyna-Sys CS-M771 Cassette utilizes the same Hyperglide tooth and ramp shapes that were so successful in the 9-speed version, to move your chain smoothly across all 10 gears. The XT Dyna-Sys is fabricated from plated steel, which gives you a high performance cassette that doesn't cost a premium. The spiders between the cogs are alloy and the entire 10 gears are secured with an alloy lockring.
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Shimano XT FC-M8000 1x Crank Arms Shimano XT FC-M8000 1x Crank Arms
Building up a new bump-devouring enduro sled has never been more fun. Rather than agonizing over the cost of pro-level drivetrains, self-sponsored cyclists have the privilege of riding components nicer than what the pros of not so long ago were riding. Shimano's XT drivetrain is a perfect example of this; if XTR's not in the cards, save yourself a giant credit card bill and upgrade to XT instead. The new XT FC-M8000 1x Crank Arms recently received an opulent upgrade, returning with better bearings and seals as well as XTR's Hollowtech II Construction, ready to barrel through the rough and rocky stuff with poise. Before you pick up the FC-M8000 and start to doubt that it's solid enough to actually withstand the abuse you're about to give it on-trail, think about Hollowtech II. Cold-forged aluminum with a hollowed center establishes an extremely durable structure, while shaving unnecessary weight from the middle of the crank arms. Don't concern yourself with longevity or durability worries, because the FC-M8000's bombproof construction actually makes it stronger than many solid crank arms. Enjoy smoother bearings and seals better equipped to keep out dirt and debris, and rest assured that Shimano's simple thru-axle and pinch bolt design returns to make installation quick and pain-free, once again.
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Shimano XT FC-M8000 Double Crankset Shimano XT FC-M8000 Double Crankset
Shimano's update to Deore XT has brought it almost on par with its pro-level sibling, XTR, and aside from a few weight and aesthetic differences, it's pretty tough to tell the two apart. If the thought of abandoning your granny gears forever in favor of a one-by makes your stomach flip, chill out and know that the Shimano XT FC-M8000 Double Crankset won't force you to do any such thing. Benevolently bestowed with trickle-down technology in the form of Shimano's Hollowtech II arms, the FC-M8000 comes prepared for all kinds of off-road rowdiness, with a hollow spindle to save weight and a rugged aluminum construction. Shimano made the M8000 straightforward to install and set up, and it includes two improved 3D composite chainrings to hang onto your chain with precision, without slowing down its orbit. The bottom bracket even got to join in on the update fun as well, returning with a more efficient seal, lower weight, and improved longevity, giving the crankset the sleeker functionality to match its equally streamlined aesthetics.
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Shimano XT FC-M8000-B2 Boost Double Crankset Shimano XT FC-M8000-B2 Boost Double Crankset
If you aren't quite ready to ditch the front derailleur and switch to the single-minded ride style of a the one-by drivetrain, the Shimano XT FC-M8000-B2 Boost Double Crankset helps maintain gear range and adds timeless aesthetics to your whip. Pedal your boost-equipped ride up steep slopes with ease using the Hollowtech II crankarms, which are stiff and light and evoke the class-leading XTR system but with reinforcement that recommends them for proper all-mountain abuse.
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Shimano XT FD-M8020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M8020-E 2x11 Front Derailleur
M8000 is the first of Shimano's Deore XT groups to adopt the new 11-speed drivetrain standard. That isn't all that's new for Deore XT, however. The Shimano XT FD-M8000-E 2x11 front derailleur, which is only compatible with E-Type-mount 2-speed systems, is keeping a close eye on all the new movements in mountain biking.For its move to 11-speed compatibility, Shimano has made some important changes to its XT front derailleurs for the M8000 group. The new derailleur provides wider clearance for the new larger wheels and tires. It's also compatible with the shorter chainstays found on many of today's frames. Even with these changes, Shimano retains the XT front derailleur's efficient cable routing to keep shift action light and quick.This particular model, the M8000-E, comes with an E-type mount, which attaches to the bottom bracket flange instead of a seat tube clamp. An additional bolt anchors the derailleur in place to a braze-on clamp. There are also multiple mounting options, so if your needs change you just need a new mounting interface piece, not a new derailleur.
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Shimano XT FD-M8020-H 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M8020-H 2x11 Front Derailleur
When trail riding was in its infancy, most drivetrains had five- or six-speed drivetrains. It's hard to believe that 11 is the new high-end standard. These new cassettes have huge gear ratio spreads, some as wide as 10-42. M8000 is Shimano's first Deore XT group to adopt the new 11-speed standard. That isn't all that's new for Deore XT, however. The Shimano XT FD-M8000-H 2x11 front derailleur, which is only compatible with double drivetrains, is keeping a close eye on all the new movements in mountain biking. For its move to 11-speed compatibility, Shimano has made some important changes to its XT front derailleurs for the M8000 group. The new derailleur provides wider clearance for the new larger wheels and tires. It's also compatible with the shorter chainstays found on many of today's frames. Even with these changes, Shimano retains the XT front derailleur's efficient cable routing to keep shift action light and quick. The Shimano Deore XT FD-M8000-H Front Derailleur is for frames that require an H-type High Clamp front derailleur specifically.
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Shimano XT FD-M8020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M8020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur
Shimano has completely revamped its XT line this year to create a component group that mirrors much of the technology found in its top-end XTR group, but with a more wallet-friendly price. The XT FD-M8020-L 2x11 Front Derailleur is at the heart of this group, keeping the drivetrain humming through all types of terrain. The M8020 was designed to improve trail-riding experience and usher the new 11-speed XT group into a more modern age of mountain bikes. It provides an additional 15mm of tire clearance compared to the older model XT front derailleurs to accommodate larger tires and more suspension travel without any negative impact to shifting. It's also compatible with the shorter chainstays that many new rear suspension systems have incorporated. To make the ride even better, Shimano redesigned its cable routing to facilitate lighter shift operation -- less energy to shift, more energy for the pedals. The Shimano XT FD-M8020-L is a front-pull, Side Swing type designed to work effectively with Shimano's new XT 2x11 drivetrain, and includes Shimano's L adapter for Low Clamp mounting. Additional adapters can be purchased for High Clamp, High Direct, and E-Type clamp mounts if needed to move the derailleur to a different frame with different clamp requirements.
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Shimano XT FD-M8025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M8025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur
Lucky for all of us, Shimano recently decided to wave its wand and transform Deore XT into a beautiful new 11-speed groupset, dazzling us with the option of a gleaming new drivetrain with all of the dependability Shimano is known for. The XT FD-M8025-L 2x11 Front Derailleur was part of the transformation, and as such, it's replete with features that make it a dream come true to use with the newest mountain standards. Now, the FD-M8025 boasts compatibility with the wider chain lines of Boost hubs and cranks, as well as increased clearance for ever-expanding wheel and tire sizes and shortening chainstays that we see manufacturers adopting for their latest frames. Despite undergoing these shiny new changes, the FD-M8025 is still a Shimano front derailleur, through-and-through. It retains efficient cable routing for quick, responsive shifting, and stays true to itself by eschewing newer side-swing pulls for a tried-and-true conventional cable pull.
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Shimano XT M8000 1x Crankset Shimano XT M8000 1x Crankset
The new Shimano 11-speed XT group borrows a huge swatch of technology from last year's updates to the top-end XTR line, resulting in a component group that closely mirrors its more expensive sibling and offers a more affordable option for those of us on a budget. The XT M8000 Crankset keeps the gears turning with advanced Hollowtech II construction and chain management features to keep you on track and zooming down the trail. While Shimano's bearings have always been solid, the M8000 gets an update with smaller bearings and improved seals for an even smoother ride that efficiently transfers power into forward motion. The Hollowtech II cold-forging process results in crankarms that are both stiffer and lighter than most solid crankarms, and they install in a flash with a thru-axle and pinch bolt design. The M8000 chainrings bring some additional chain-retention features to the table to make this crankset hum, including Dynamic Chain Engagement (DCE) design, a special tooth shape that results in a claimed 150% better chain retention than standard chainring teeth. The DCE tooth shape is a signature squared-off and slightly hooked profile that grabs the chain when it needs to, and lets it slide by at the back end of the pedal stroke for smooth power over any terrain. The XT M8000 1x Crankset is available with several chainring size options, allowing riders to maximize the trail ride experience based on their specific gearing needs.
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Shimano XT M8000 SM-CRM81 1x Chainring Shimano XT M8000 SM-CRM81 1x Chainring
A larger cassette gear range and classy new aesthetics define the XT M8000 line, and weight being one of the only distinguishing factors between it and its pricier sibling. Don't forget to grab an XT M8000 1x Chainring to go with your setup, as it delivers Dynamic Chain Engagement (DCE) technology to grab onto your chain and not let go as you enjoy the wealth of possibility your new gear range delivers. The hooked and subtly squared profile was engineered to provide grip without slowing you down as you pedal towards whatever the trail has in store. Shimano is a master at spreading the wealth of trickle-down technology across its product lines, so if you've been trying to upgrade and wallowing in dismay about the high price tag of XTR, you can stop now. Overhauling its entire XT line, Shimano brought the groupset up to the level that XTR was at just a few years back, giving dirt hounds the chance to ride with the precision of XTR, without the price tag.
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Shimano XT M8010 Centerlock Rotor Lockring Shimano XT M8010 Centerlock Rotor Lockring
CenterLock rotor mounts are our preferred method for attaching rotors to our hubs. It provides even pressure across the disc rotor, so it's less likely to warp due to uneven torque and it's simply faster and easier to install and remove. The XT M8010 Centerlock Rotor Lockring is perfect to keep in the toolbox just in case you might need it on a trip. The lockring is compatible with 12, 15, and 20mm axles and Centerlock rotors and requires an external BB tool to torque the lockring to the hub.
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Shimano XT PD-M8000 XC Pedal Shimano XT PD-M8000 XC Pedal
The Shimano XT PD-M8000 XC Pedals combine bombproof durability with lightweight efficiency for cross-country racers, dedicated trail riders, 'cross enthusiasts, and even road riders. Redesigned for 2016, the M8000 XC Pedals benefit from a 7. 7 percent increase in pedal-to-shoe contact while enjoying a reduced stack height by 0. 5 millimeters. These slight design tweaks improve stability and pedaling efficiency, also preventing pedal strikes on rocky trails by reducing its overall height profile. The M8000 XC Pedals retain their legendary durability with cro-moly construction and sealed cartridge bearings. As always, they feature four degrees of float and work with Shimano's 2-bolt SPD cleats.
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Shimano XT PD-M8020 Trail Pedal Shimano XT PD-M8020 Trail Pedal
Revamped with an 11. 7 percent increase in pedal-to-shoe contact over its PD-M785 predecessor, the Shimano XT PD-M8020 Trail Pedal provide supreme stability for conquering formidable stretches of trail. The 3. 3 millimeter wider profile over the previous iteration makes the M8020 Trail Pedal even more competent in wild terrain, facilitating quick engagement without endlessly searching for the pedal platform. Other than the slightly wider surface, the M8020 Trail Pedal retains the bombproof characteristics of the legendary PD-M785 with cro-moly construction and sealed cartridge bearings. Two-sided engagement makes easy work of clipping in, especially after dismounting across steep uphill sections and technical stretches. Another benefit, the cleat-to-pedal interface avoids mud buildup, even in nasty trail conditions. Other notable features include four degrees of float and integration with the included 2-bolt SPD cleats.
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Shimano XT RD-M8000 Rear Derailleur Shimano XT RD-M8000 Rear Derailleur
Bringing constant refinement to the 11-speed XT drivetrain, the Shimano XT RD-M8000 Rear Derailleur offers improved chain retention when you're riding across jarring, rock-strewn trails. Benefiting from trickle-down technology from the XTR group, Shadow RD+ technology keeps the chain from bouncing around with its handy stabilizer switch. The Shadow design is optimized for increased stability with its slanted position, allowing for silky-smooth shifting in every gear. The XT's robust aluminum construction takes a serious beating without fuss, equating to worry-free confidence when you're rallying across technical terrain. In conjunction with a low-friction shift cable, Shimano claims shifting requires 20% less effort. Other key features include an easy-to-adjust chain stabilizer for effortless fine-tuning, as well as Direct Mount attachment with compatible frames for a stronger and lighter mount interface. As a bonus for riders with older frames not compatible with Direct Mount, the included link attaches in a conventional manner.
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Shimano XT SL-M8000 I-Spec II Trigger Shifter Shimano XT SL-M8000 I-Spec II Trigger Shifter
Borrowing much of its technology from creme de la creme XTR shifters, the Shimano XT SL-M8000 I-Spec II Trigger Shifter offers the razor-sharp shifts and ergonomic feel of its racier brother, but at an affordable price that only sacrifices a few grams. Despite being friendly on your wallet, the M8000 Shifter commands precise gear shifts with the astounding durability known to Shimano's XT M8000 group. This particular version benefits from its I-Spec II integrated mounting system, which cleans up your cockpit with the use of newer XT and XTR brake levers. This clean mounting system also saves a couple of grams while increasing the range of angular adjustability to your particular liking. Shimano designed the M8000 to command control over the wide range of gears found on their newest 11-speed drivetrains. It's revamped with a longer lever body for easier shifting with less force required to initiate the shifting mechanism. The anti-slip surface on the main lever improves tactile feel while lessening the likelihood of slipping out when critical shifts are needed in demanding terrain. These features, combined with a new shift cable covered in a low-friction coating, create a 20-percent reduction in force required for gear shifts. Ultimately, this translates to less fatigue of your fingers while you're riding for hours on the trail. For even better shifting, the M8000 features two-way release that permits you to shift the upper lever with either your thumb or index finger, depending on where your hands are situated on the bars. Multi-release functionality provides the ability to shift through multiple gears with the single sweep of a lever while the instant release design ensures the proper gear is selected the instant you throw the lever.
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Shimano XT SL-M8000 RapidFire Trigger Shifter Shimano XT SL-M8000 RapidFire Trigger Shifter
Shimano shows that it's earned its reputation for generous trickle-down by taking a big chunk of technology from XTR and dropping it into the 11-speed XT drivetrain. Components like the XT SL-M8000 RapidFire Trigger Shifter goes nearly toe-to-toe with its older brother but with a more wallet-friendly price. Despite the turn towards economy, the M8000 Shifter still commands precise gear shifts that will deliver you smoothly through the most harrowing terrain. Shimano designed the M8000 to shepherd the XT line into the modern age of 11-speed design. It's got a longer lever body to provide riders with more space to aim for when shifting and requires less force to engage the shifting mechanism. An anti-slip surface on the main lever improves dexterity while lessening the likelihood of slipped fingers when making crucial shifts on hot summer days. These features, combined with a new shift cable covered in a low-friction coating, lead to a claimed 20% reduction in force required for gear shifts, which translates to less hand fatigue and more hours out on the trail. To make things even better, the M8000 features two-way release shifting permitting you to shift the upper lever with either your thumb or index finger depending on where your hands are on the bars. Multi-release functionality lets you shift through multiple gears with a single lever sweep to quickly adjust to drastic changes in trail grade, and the instant release design helps to ensure you get the gear you want as soon as you throw the lever.
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Shimano XT SM-RT86 Rotor - 6-Bolt Shimano XT SM-RT86 Rotor - 6-Bolt
Shimano's XT Brake Rotor, the SM-RT86, sets itself apart from Shimano's lower-tier offerings through its use of an aluminum core to transfer heat away from the brake caliper. This, combined with the finned heat sinks in Shimano's XT and XTR-level brake pads, combats heat-related brake fade. What that means in trail terms is consistent, reliable braking, even on long, technical descents.
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Shimano XTR BB94 Bottom Bracket Shimano XTR BB94 Bottom Bracket
Simple, reliable, and smooth, Shimano's XTR BB94 Bottom Bracket presses easily into your frame to give you long-lasting and nearly friction-free pedaling. The stainless steel bearings, composite body, and composite cups are designed to work with Shimano HollowTech II cranks, and the threadless nature of the bracket makes installation a breeze. A small plastic O-ring keeps dirt, water, and debris sealed out, too, so you can put away the miles without worrying about conditions.
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Shimano XTR BL-M9000 Race Brakes Shimano XTR BL-M9000 Race Brakes
If you're here, then you know. Shimano's XTR M9000 Race Brakes are some of the best brakes we've encountered, and we'd love for them to be on all of our bikes. The combination of low weight, consistent lever feel, and unadulterated braking power makes them sought after by XC racers, weekend warriors, and bike geeks alike. They're also compatible with the latest generation of Shimano's I-Spec design, I-Spec II. If you've got a pair of I-Spec II shift levers, you can save valuable cockpit real estate by attaching both the shift and brake levers with one clamp. At first glance, they don't appear that different from the previous generation, but you can't judge a book by its cover. The caliper and master cylinder are now magnesium, and the levers are carbon fiber. Shimano dumped its Servo Wave cam in favor of a redesigned lever path that provides a smoother transition between off and on the brakes, and a more progressive feel throughout the braking process. Shimano's also made a number of small improvements to manage heat buildup better, but recommends the new Freeza rotors for maximum performance with these brakes.
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Shimano XTR CS-M9000 11-speed Cassette Shimano XTR CS-M9000 11-speed Cassette
The Shimano XTR CS-M9000 11-speed Cassette uses computer-designed teeth and gates to ensure that your chain is able to smoothly shift across the entire range. The four carriers are carbon fiber and the range is from 11-40 teeth. To reduce weight, the 19,21,24,27,31, and 35t cogs are machined from titanium. This was done to decrease weight and increase durability. All of the cogs have also been drilled to further reduce weight. But don't worry, no strength was compromised in the machined designs. As far as usability, the M9000 fits on 8-, 9-, and 10-speed hubs in addition to 11-speed. It is designed to work with a standard dual chainring, but has been thoughtfully designed to accommodate a single one-by configuration as well.
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Shimano XTR CS-M9001 11-speed Cassette Shimano XTR CS-M9001 11-speed Cassette
Performing perfectly with Shimano 11-speed drivetrains, the XTR CS-M9001 11-speed Cassette features a wide gear range for efficiency across trails with a mix of steep climbs, undulating hills, and blistering descents. Not only does its 11- to 40-tooth range work brilliantly with modern set-ups, but it also shifts smoothly across the entire range with its computer-designed teeth configuration, what Shimano refers to as "Hyperglide" sprockets. Four carbon fiber carriers support 11 cogs between 11 to 40 teeth, maximizing stiffness for swifter shifts across its range. The 35, 31, 27, 24, 21, and 19-tooth cogs benefit from titanium for significant weight reduction and greater wear life. The nickel-plated finish lends it additional wear life by preventing corrosion after riding across wet to downright nasty conditions on the trail. Furthermore, each sprocket is extensively machined to reduce weight even further, making it truly worthy of its XTR heritage. The tooth profiles are updated to accommodate the chain angles of one-by, double, and triple drivetrains. Regardless of how many chainrings you're running, please note that Shimano recommends using its 11-speed SIL-TEC chain for optimal shifting performance.
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Shimano XTR Di2 FD-M9070 Front Derailleur 2x11 Shimano XTR Di2 FD-M9070 Front Derailleur 2x11
The front derailleur just got a whole lot better. So much better, in fat, that we hereby officially forgive it for all of the grief that it has caused us over the years. The Shimano XTR Di2 FD-M9070 Front Derailleur eliminates the myriad of shifting woes that have always accompanied the front derailleur and transformed it into a joy to operate and maintain. With proper installation, you can forget about dropped chains forever. Shifting also becomes quicker, easier, and more precise. Even the woes of chain-rub will become just a dark memory. All of this is achieved with a 25% increase in power that's never affected by cable stretch or contamination. Cable routing is also simpler and cleaner, and, perhaps most importantly, setup is easier due to Shimano's newest generation of its E-Tube electronics system. So, put down the wrench. Your shifting adjustments will be made on your laptop. Finally, Shimano's automatic trimming makes adjustments on the fly, so chain-rub and dropped chains are a thing of the past, no matter how cross-chained you've become.
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Shimano XTR Di2 RD-M9050 Rear Derailleur Shimano XTR Di2 RD-M9050 Rear Derailleur
On top of delivering smooth, effortless shifting in all conditions, Shimano's XTR Di2 RD-M9050 Rear Derailleur will make the aft-end of your drivetrain smarter than it's ever been before. With Shimano's Synchronized Shift technology, the front and rear derailleurs operate in sync and have the ability to calculate your efficiency, thus the M9050 can automatically shuttle your chain from cog to cog to set you up with the best chain line for any given situation. This technology also protects the short cage derailleur, by making sure you never run out of chain when cross-gearing. Moreover, Shimano's E-Tube system allows you to program your preferences beforehand, so your drivetrain is calibrated just the way you like it. Of course, Synchronized Shift can be easily turned on and off as you please. The XTR Di2 RD-M9050 Rear Derailleur is compatible with Shimano's resilient and hassle-free E-Tube wiring system.
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Shimano XTR Di2 SM-FD905 Front Derailleur Adapter Shimano XTR Di2 SM-FD905 Front Derailleur Adapter
Shimano's XTR Di2 system's lack of derailleur cables makes for a simple solution to the industry's tendency to over-complicate drivetrains. The XTR Di2 SM-FD905 Front Derailleur Adapter continues this trend, providing options to mount a single model of Di2 front derailleur to whatever interface your frame dictates. If you're ready to adapt to the drivetrain of the future, then the SM-FD905 will smooth the transition.
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Shimano XTR Di2 SW-M9050 Shift Lever Shimano XTR Di2 SW-M9050 Shift Lever
While shift levers tend to get the most attention in mechanical drivetrains, Shimano's XTR Di2 SW-M9050 Shift Levers aren't the real headliners. That honor falls to the derailleurs. The shifters are just the messengers, serving as intermediaries between you and the solenoid situated in the derailleur, which actually drives the shift. Still, the levers do benefit from some classic Shimano R&D attention in order to ensure that the messenger delivers its missive quickly and accurately so the derailleur can do its work. In effect, the SW-M9050s are the middle managers of the most -- for lack of a better word -- perfect shifting we've ever experienced on a mountain bike. The levers' most appreciated technology, ominously titled Firebolt, is the cycling equivalent of being a trail-destroying sorcerer; but instead of eliminating terrain with fire balls from your fingertips, you'll use Firebolt to shift with magically effortless precision -- even while navigating the funkiest terrain. The ergonomic placement of the lever paddles keeps this unnatural power right at your fingertips. The shift paddles' feedback is also a selling point, as there's a noticeable click when you shift. One of our few critiques of Shimano's road Di2 groups is that the subtlety of the shifters' action means there's no positive feedback. Not so with XTR's Di2. When you shift, you know it. As with other Shimano Di2 bits, the XTR SW-M9050 levers are compatible with Shimano's rust-, stretch-, freeze-, and generally worry-free E-Tube wiring system. Its modularity makes it easy to set up on virtually any frame, though it does cohabitate with less friction when the frame is built with Di2 in mind.
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Shimano XTR FC-M9000-1 1x Race Crank Arms Shimano XTR FC-M9000-1 1x Race Crank Arms
Answering the demand for one-by mountain drivetrains, Shimano has engineered the XTR FC-M9000-1 one-by Race Crank Arms, as part of the new XTR 9000 groupset, to be a light and reliable crank for those who prefer simplicity. The XTR M9000 crank arms are designed with the same hollow-armed alloy technology that Shimano uses on its double chainring drivetrains. The slight difference is that that left arm is now hollow-bonded to further reduce weight, without compromising durability and stiffness. Without the bottom bracket, the cranks weigh 583 grams. Meanwhile, the right crank arm now sports a four-arm spider that, regardless of the one-by designation, is compatible with all XTR 9000-series single and double chainring setups. It should be noted that the narrower Q-factor, 158mm, while increasing pedaling efficiency, will not work with several full-suspension frame designs.
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Shimano XTR FC-M9020-2 2x Trail Crankset Shimano XTR FC-M9020-2 2x Trail Crankset
As its name might suggest, Shimano intends the XTR FC-M9020-2 2x Trail Crankset for off-road cyclists who require beefy gear because they literally hit the trail when they hit the trail. It's a built-up version of Shimano's Race crankset, made to stay stiff and sturdy when you're riding the ragged edge on trail furniture island. The Trail cranks aren't a step down, efficiency-wise. They're underwritten by the same HollowTech II crank arm technology, they're just not quite as hollow as the Race models. The chainrings also have chain-retaining titanium teeth with shifting paths and ramps designed to facilitate the precise shifting you expect from XTR.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9000-D Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9000-D Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9000-D Front Derailleur is a side swing-type front derailleur designed for use specifically with 3-chainring configurations of Shimano's new M9000 XTR drivetrains, and it includes Shimano's "D" adapter for High Direct clamp mounting. Confused' Keep reading. Shimano's new 9000-series XTR drivetrain has shaken up the mountain bike world, but not just with the industry-first Di2 electronic version. The mechanical version revolutionizes things in its own fashion, too, and most specifically in the front derailleur. The new alloy cage and titanium hardware are even stronger and lighter than before, sure, but that's not the big news. To better accommodate new suspension designs, as well as the rising popularity of two-chainring drivetrains, Shimano introduces its Side Swing derailleur design, which is routed from the front of the derailleur. The benefits include a lighter overall design, an additional 15mm of tire clearance, and pull strength that increases by up to 100% for reduced effort and faster shifting. Cable routing changes, too, which means some frames can't accept the new design (for those, see the M9025 series of XTR front derailleurs), but those that can will see the front derailleur cable jump across the main triangle as the cable runs down the top tube. The best part of the Side Swing design is that there is only one M9000 derailleur -- that D, E, H, or L only signifies the type of clamp adapter it comes with. To use the same derailleur on a different frame, just swap out the adapter type for whichever one the new frame requires. If your frame can accommodate a front derailleur cable running down the down tube, just figure out which type of FD mount you need (High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct, or E-Type), and pick from the four versions of the M9000 that are available.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9000-E Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9000-E Front Derailleur
All too often, the cycling industry sells us technological breakthroughs and huge advancements in performance that are little more than marketing exercises. That's why we greeted news of Shimano's newest tech, the XTR FD-M9000-E Front Derailleur's side swing action, with some healthy skepticism. When we saw the video detailing the derailleur's benefits, we grew even more skeptical. And then we rode it ourselves and happily ate crow. The new XTR can be run as a 1x, but the side swing feature may be our favorite element of its 11-speed redesign because it makes front shifts feel like rear shifts. It's that smooth and responsive, and it's not something you want to miss out on. The M9000-E's all new side swing design produces very light shifting by increasing the outward pull's strength by a claimed 100%. When shifting with side swing, the derailleur is pulled from the front, moving it out and forward to complement the chain's direction. The side pull mechanism obviously necessitates a change to the cable routing. The cable hops straight across to the derailleur from the down tube, eliminating extra length and unnecessary bends at the bottom bracket or seat tube/top tube joint. The combination of routing and side pull provides a 15% increase in shifting efficiency. The side swing design also nets a total of 15mm of additional clearance, so it accommodates larger tires, longer travel, and shorter chainstays. There are also multiple mounting options, so if your needs change you just need a new mounting interface piece, not a new derailleur. This particular model, the M9000-E, comes with an E-type mount, which attaches to the bottom bracket flange instead of a seat tube clamp. An additional bolt anchors the derailleur in place to a braze-on clamp. The Shimano XTR FD-M9000-E Front Derailleur accommodates triple drivetrains with chain rings up to 40 teeth and a capacity of 18 teeth. Please note that these values can't be adjusted.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9000-H Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9000-H Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9000-H Front Derailleur is a side swing-type front derailleur designed for use specifically with 3-chainring configurations of Shimano's new M9000 XTR drivetrains, and it includes Shimano's "H" adapter for High Clamp mounting. Confused' Keep reading. Shimano's new 9000-series XTR drivetrain has shaken up the mountain bike world, but not just with the industry-first Di2 electronic version. The mechanical version revolutionizes things in its own fashion, too, and most specifically in the front derailleur. The new alloy cage and titanium hardware are even stronger and lighter than before, sure, but that's not the big news. To better accommodate new suspension designs, as well as the rising popularity of two-chainring drivetrains, Shimano introduces its Side Swing derailleur design, which is routed from the front of the derailleur. The benefits include a lighter overall design, an additional 15mm of tire clearance, and pull strength that increases by up to 100% for reduced effort and faster shifting. Cable routing changes, too, which means some frames can't accept the new design (for those, see the M9025 series of XTR front derailleurs), but those that can will see the front derailleur cable jump across the main triangle as the cable runs down the top-tube. The best part of the Side Swing design is that there is only one M9000 derailleur -- that D, E, H, or L only signifies the type of clamp adapter it comes with. To use the same derailleur on a different frame, just swap out the adapter type for whichever one the new frame requires. If your frame can accommodate a front derailleur cable running down the down tube, just figure out which type of FD mount you need (High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct, or E-Type), and pick from the four versions of the M9000 that are available.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9000-L Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9000-L Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9000-L Front Derailleur is a side swing-type front derailleur designed for use specifically with 3-chainring configurations of Shimano's new M9000 XTR drivetrains, and it includes Shimano's "L" adapter for Low Direct mounting. Confused' Keep reading. Shimano's new 9000-series XTR drivetrain has shaken up the mountain bike world, but not just with the industry-first Di2 electronic version. The mechanical version revolutionizes things in its own fashion, too, and most specifically in the front derailleur. The new alloy cage and titanium hardware are even stronger and lighter than before, sure, but that's not the big news. To better accommodate new suspension designs, as well as the rising popularity of two-chainring drivetrains, Shimano introduces its Side Swing derailleur design, which is routed from the front of the derailleur. The benefits include a lighter overall design, an additional 15mm of tire clearance, and pull strength for reduced effort and faster shifting. Cable routing changes, too, which means some frames can't accept the new design (for those, see the M9025 series of XTR front derailleurs), but those that can will see the front derailleur cable jump across the main triangle as the cable runs down the top-tube. The best part of the Side Swing design is that there is only one M9000 derailleur -- that D, E, H, or L only signifies the type of clamp adapter it comes with. To use the same derailleur on a different frame, just swap out the adapter type for whichever one the new frame requires. If your frame can accommodate a front derailleur cable running down the down tube, just figure out which type of FD mount you need (High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct, or E-Type), and pick from the four versions of the M9000 that are available.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9020-H Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9020-H Front Derailleur
Shimano's new 2x11 XTR FD-M9020-H Front Derailleur headlines with the all new side swing design. Side swing produces very light shifting by increasing shifting power by 50% compared to the current XTR standard. It also features an updated derailleur path, pulling from the front instead of the top or bottom. This moves it out and forward to complement the chain's direction during a shift, relieving wear on parts and making for a faster, more efficient leap up to the big ring. The side swing's peculiar mechanism obviously necessitated a change to the cable routing, which now sees the cable hop straight across to the derailleur from the down tube. This eliminates extra length and unnecessary bends at the bottom bracket or seat juncture, and combines with the derailleur's side pull action for a 15% increase in shifting efficiency. The side swing design also nets a total of 15mm of additional clearance, so it accommodates larger wheels, longer travel, and shorter chainstays. There are also multiple mounting options, so if your needs change you just need a new mounting interface piece, not a new derailleur. Please note that this particular model, the M9020-H, comes with high clamp mounting hardware.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9020-L Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9020-L Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9020-L Front Derailleur is a Side Swing-type front derailleur designed for use with Shimano's new XTR 2x drivetrains, and it includes Shimano's "L" adapter for Low Clamp mounting. What the heck does all that mean' Keep reading. Shimano's new 9000-series XTR drivetrain has shaken up the mountain bike world, but not just with the industry-first Di2 electronic version. The mechanical version revolutionizes things in its own fashion, too, and most specifically in the front derailleur. The new alloy cage and titanium hardware are even stronger and lighter than before, sure, but that's not the big news. To better accommodate new suspension designs, as well as the rising popularity of two-chainring drivetrains, Shimano introduces its Side Swing derailleur design, which is routed from the front of the derailleur. The benefits include a lighter overall design, an additional 15mm of tire clearance, and pull strength that increases by up to 100% for reduced effort and faster shifting. Cable routing changes, too, which means some frames can't accept the new design (for those, see the M9025 series of XTR front derailleurs), but those that can will see the front derailleur cable jump across the main triangle as the cable runs down the top tube. The best part of the Side Swing design is that there is only one M9020 derailleur -- that D, E, H, or L only signifies the type of clamp adapter it comes with. To use the same derailleur on a different frame, just swap out the adapter type for whichever one the new frame requires. If your frame can accommodate a front derailleur cable running down the down tube, just figure out which type of FD mount you need (High Clamp, Low Clamp, High Direct, or E-Type), and pick from the four versions of the M9020 are available.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9025-D Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9025-D Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9025-D Front Derailleur is for frames that require a D-type High Direct Mount front derailleur specifically. You see, Shimano's new M9000-series XTR drivetrain brings along with it a new front derailleur architecture and pull configuration called Side Swing, wherein the cable is routed from the front on frames that can accommodate such routing. For those riders of frames that can't, however, you're in luck, as the M9025-series of front derailleurs brings the same lighter, stronger front derailleur cage, faster shifting, and reduced effort to the game for frames with traditional cable routing.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9025-E Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9025-E Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR M9025-E Front Derailleur is for frames that require an E-type (no plate / low clamp) front derailleur specifically. You see, Shimano's new M9000-series XTR drivetrain brings along with it a new front derailleur architecture and pull configuration called Side Swing, wherein the cable is routed from the front on frames that can accommodate such routing. For those riders of frames that can't, however, you're in luck, as the M9025-series of front derailleurs brings the same lighter, stronger front derailleur cage, faster shifting, and reduced effort to the game for frames with traditional cable routing.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9025-H Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9025-H Front Derailleur
Made to be run with Shimano's new M-9000-series XTR drivetrains, the XTR FD-M9025-H Front Derailleur gives you fast, precise shifting with a light and durable alloy and titanium construction. It fits perfectly on frames that require a High Clamp derailleur mount and teams with Shimano's new Side Swing pull configuration to provide killer shifting performance for chainrings with up to 40 teeth.
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Shimano XTR FD-M9025-L Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M9025-L Front Derailleur
The Shimano XTR FD-M9025-L Front Derailleur is for frames that require an L-type Low Clamp front derailleur specifically. You see, Shimano's new M9000-series XTR drivetrain brings along with it a new front derailleur architecture and pull configuration called Side Swing, wherein the cable is routed from the front on frames that can accommodate such routing. For those riders of frames that can't, however, you're in luck, as the M9025-series of front derailleurs brings the same lighter, stronger front derailleur cage, faster shifting, and reduced effort to the game for frames with traditional cable routing.
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Shimano XTR M9000 1x Chainring Shimano XTR M9000 1x Chainring
With the advent of Shimano's XTR one-by drivetrain, a simplified, lighter crankset was finally married to the most precise, smoothest shifting mechanical rear derailleur in off-road scene. At the heart of this drivetrain is the XTR M9000 1x Chainring, which brings the same carbon-reinforced titanium construction found on Shimano's flagship double and triple groups to your one-by fantasy. The big change comes in the stainless steel teeth, with are larger and shaped differently than their shifting counterparts in order to help keep your chain glued to the ring.
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Shimano XTR M9020 Trail Brakes Shimano XTR M9020 Trail Brakes
The primary difference between these XTR M9020 Trail Brakes and their Race-oriented brethren is the presence of the Servo-wave Cam. In the race brakes, Shimano decided the weight savings outweighed the benefit of a tightly-controlled braking path, but knew that in downhill, enduro, or trail-oriented applications, that super-defined path would be a welcome feature for riders who depend on their brakes to keep them out of the trees. At first glance, they don't appear that different from the previous generation, but you can't judge a book by its cover. The caliper and master cylinder are now magnesium, and the levers are carbon fiber. Shimano's also made a number of small improvements to manage heat buildup better, but recommends the new Freeza rotors for maximum performance with these brakes. The new M9020 brake levers are also compatible with the latest generation of Shimano's I-Spec design, I-Spec II. If you've got a pair of I-Spec II shift levers, you can save valuable cockpit real estate by mounting both the shift and brake levers with one clamp.
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Shimano XTR PD-M9000 Race Pedal Shimano XTR PD-M9000 Race Pedal
For a sport that relishes in mud and sand, paying a premium for components seems counter-intuitive. Once in a while something comes along that is worth every grain of sand. The Shimano XTR M-9000 Race Pedals are just that something. Most noticeable is the weight. The M-9000 pedals are nearly 100 grams lighter than cheaper pedals, reducing extra weight you'll be carrying on your frame. They are fabricated with lightweight, durable chromoly spindles and aluminum pedal bodies, ensuring fast, reliable cleat-to-pedal engagement, each and every time. And, while the bearings are still wide-set for stiffness, the axle-bearing interface has been revamped for increased smoothness and longevity.
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Shimano XTR PD-M9020 Trail Pedals Shimano XTR PD-M9020 Trail Pedals
Shimano's SPD (Shimano Pedaling Dynamics) pedal system has been a favorite among commuters, recreational roadies, and XC chargers for nearly a quarter-century. With the XTR-PD M9020 Trail Pedal, Shimano has managed shave weight from this vetted design without sacrificing performance. The M9020 features a large contact plate around the outside of the pedal that dramatically increases the size of your pedaling platform. In fact, this platform is the only difference separating the XTR M9020 from the top-of-the-line "race" classified XTR M9000. While the platform adds a bit of weight, it's worth it in our minds considering the provided stability and the added convenience of occasionally wearing shoes without cleats. Besides, the M9020 is still lighter than most pedals in Shimano's mountain range.
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Shimano XTR RD-M9000 Rear Derailleur Shimano XTR RD-M9000 Rear Derailleur
Shimano's new M9000 XTR Rear Derailleur puts the components giant back on track in its never-ending battle with SRAM for drivetrain supremacy. Though years late to the one-by party (and, some would say, still not quite there), the new XTR derailleur is capable of handling cogs up to 40 teeth, while still allowing for a 10-tooth difference in front chainrings, should you choose to run them. Shimano altered the parallelogram of the derailleur a bit, and also moved the top pulley wheel to allow for greater capacity without resorting to bottoming out the B-screw. While it was at it, Shimano also decreased the profile of the derailleur cage by about 30mm to better keep rogue sticks and muck from getting to it. The clutch is now externally adjustable, too, so no more fiddling with that tiny wrench. While most of us will probably keep leaving it in the "on" position, the ultra-smooth shifts that accompany the "off" setting are tempting when the change is so quick.
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Shimano XTR SL-M9000 Trigger Shifters Shimano XTR SL-M9000 Trigger Shifters
If you're thinking of moving up to 11 speeds, the Shimano drivetrain gives you reliability and shifting prowess. Its XTR SL-M9000 Trigger Shifters perfectly complement the derailleurs for a fuss-proof shifting system. While the primary aesthetics of the XTR triggers remain largely unchanged from the last XTR model, the materials have changed a bit. The thumb shifter is now carbon fiber and the trigger is coated with a textured finish to increase grip. The internals received a bit more of a makeover. Using VIVID index, each shift is reduced in effort by nearly 20 percent, while at the same time the shift action itself feels more positive. Ball bearings are used as guides and polymer-coated ultra-low-friction cables have been added. So that you're able to configure your shifting exactly the way you like it, the shifters are sold separately in either left or right hand versions. Please order one of each if you'd like a matching set.
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Shimano XTR SM-BB93 Bottom Bracket Shimano XTR SM-BB93 Bottom Bracket
In the world of Shimano, the letters XTR stand for the best of the best. The English-threaded M-BB93 bottom Bracket is exactly that. It's tough, extremely lightweight, and sealed to keep out dirt in the worst riding conditions imaginable. The M-BB93 fits 24mm crank spindles and is compatible with both 68mm and 73mm bottom bracket shells.
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Shimano XTR SM-RT99 CenterLock Disc Rotor Shimano XTR SM-RT99 CenterLock Disc Rotor
Heat buildup is the mortal enemy of disc brake systems, and Shimano has pulled out all the stops with the XTR SM-RT99 CenterLock Disc Rotor to keep the brake calipers cool. Its IceTech technology utilizes an aluminum core sandwiched between stainless steel braking tracks, resulting in a lighter rotor that sheds heat faster than standard all-steel rotors. Additionally, the wavy alloy inserts on the inside of the braking track serve as cooling fans to channel heat away instead of into the brake caliper. All this attention to heat dissipation boils down to more consistent braking power and more confidence on the trails than you'd have with non-IceTech rotors. Please note that the XTR SM-RT99 rotors are only compatible with CenterLock hubs, and they cannot be adapted to six-bolt hubs. If you need a Shimano IceTech rotor for six-bolt hubs, check out the SH-RT86 XT IceTech rotor.
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Shimano XTR WH-M9020-TL 29in Wheelset Shimano XTR WH-M9020-TL 29in Wheelset
With the introduction of an all-new Shimano XTR drivetrain comes a swarm of new XTR wheels, too. The new Shimano XTR M9020-TL Trail 29-inch Clincher Wheelset is wider and tougher than the XC-focused Race 29ers, but they don't lose an ounce of XTR's race-bred engineering. The new XTR wheels are built with Shimano's new carbon-laminated alloy rim construction. The technique capitalizes on the advantages of both materials while using each to compensate for the other's shortcomings. For example, full-carbon wheels can be prohibitively expensive. Aluminum rims can be cheaper, but often heavier, sometimes weaker, and ride quality can be compromised, as well. Shimano decided to engineer the two in conjunction with each other: a lightweight alloy rim extrusion receives full carbon fiber reinforcement here, the result being a durable, light, and relatively inexpensive rim that is torsionally stiff, vertically forgiving, and doesn't cost a down payment on a car. We love the new look, too. The Race version of the rims are 20mm wide internally, while the Trail versions are wider, at 24mm internally, to accommodate wider tires and create a larger contact patch for greater control in technical situations. Down in the hubs, proprietary bearings keep the precision-machined hubs spinning for years, and a revised axle and bearing configuration saves a bit of weight, as well. The Shimano XTR M9020-TL Trail 29-inch Clincher Wheelset comes with a 142x12mm rear axle, and 100x15mm front axle, and a freehub body that can accommodate Shimano 10- or 11-speed XTR drivetrains. Both front and rear wheels have 28 spokes, and both are compatible with CenterLock rotors only.
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Shimano XTR/Dura-Ace CN-HG901 11-Speed Chain Shimano XTR/Dura-Ace CN-HG901 11-Speed Chain
Keeping your bike shifting with crisp precision, the Shimano XTR/Dura-Ace CN-HG901 11-Speed Chain pairs brilliantly with the brand's top-flight XTR and Dura-Ace 11-speed drivetrains. It represents the very best among Shimano's line, which puts it in the running as the best chain, period. This year's model features a revised plate profile that's compatible with E-bikes and single-speed applications. It's no longer vulnerable to separations in the aforementioned applications because it's able to withstand the higher torque generated by E-bikes. The chain's slight asymmetry pairs perfectly with Shimano's 9000 series drivetrains for silky-smooth gear shifts and greater power transfer, and the low-friction SIL-TEC treatment glides across your cassette's cogs with minimal friction. Ultimately, this allows you to focus on riding without worrying about your chain keeping up with rapid shifting and high-cadence efforts.
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Shimano XTR/XT G02A Resin Disc Brake Pad Shimano XTR/XT G02A Resin Disc Brake Pad
When your original disc brake pads start to wear, Shimano's G02A Resin Disc Brake Pads are a necessary, but affordable replacement. The G02A features a light, durable aluminum backplate and the Resin Pad compound delivers efficient power modulation with less noise compared to Shimano's Metallic Pads. These pads have a huge range of compatibility, as in the past; in addition to working with the Race version of XTR brakes and their XT sibling, the BR-M8000, the pads work with M9020, M987, M985, M785, M675, M666, M615, S700, CX75, RS785, R785, R515, and R315. One pair of pads is enough for one caliper, so you'll need two pairs to complete your bike and get back your confidence-inspiring stopping power.
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Shimano ZEE BL-M640 Disc Brake Shimano ZEE BL-M640 Disc Brake
Borrowing the powerful 4-piston caliper from Shimano's World Cup dominating Saint, the Shimano ZEE BL-M640 Disc Brake instills confidence into your riding with its brute stopping force and precise modulation. Ideal for trail and enduro rigs, the ZEE Brake resists fade on long downhill sections, thanks to its heat-dispersing 4-piston caliper design and improved pads with a new metallic compound for better consistency and control on the descent. Featuring Sero-Wave actuation with greater lever travel off the top, the ZEE allows its braking pads to sit farther from the rotor, reducing the chance of nasty brake rub, while providing a powerful bite for fast stopping. Its Shorty levers are almost identical to what you'd find on Shimano's SLX brakes. However, they exchange tool-free reach for a dimpled, non-slip lever surface. This gives you added control when your hands are damp from perspiration, retaining reach-adjustment with an Allen wrench for a customizable trigger feel. Note that the Zee Brake is available in either left or right options. Disc rotors and brake adapters are not included.
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Shimano ZEE FC-M645 Crankset Shimano ZEE FC-M645 Crankset
When it comes to bang for the buck, Shimano's Zee components -- like this 83mm bottom bracket-compatible Zee FC-M645 Crankset -- are hard to beat. Thick-walled aluminum construction with a reinforced steel axle ensures flex and failure are absent from gravity-fueled runs. These two-piece cranks are 10-speed only and come with a 36t chainring. For added durability, Shimano gives the Zee cranks steel pedal inserts. The drive-side arm has a 104mm BCD, and it uses alloy chainring bolts. Shimano's Zee FC-M645 does not include a bottom bracket, and it comes in three lengths: 165, 170, and 175mm.
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Shimano ZEE RD-M640 Shadow Plus Rear Derailleur Shimano ZEE RD-M640 Shadow Plus Rear Derailleur
Chain slap is something we all have to live with, but Shimano's ZEE RD-M640 Shadow Plus makes it a whole lot less cringe-inducing by including its now-famous clutch technology. By increasing spring tension when it's engaged, the clutch reduces slap and the risk of dropping a chain, making it a killer choice for riders who spend decent chunks of their time pounding through rock gardens and over rugged trails. When the clutch is off, the reduced tension makes it easy to pop the derailleur out of the way for wheel removal. It's made of aluminum and steel, so it's durable enough to be knocked around with no ill effects, and comes in both a DH and Freeride model, so you can dial it in for the type of riding you do most often.
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Shimano ZEE SL-M640 Shifter Shimano ZEE SL-M640 Shifter
The ZEE SL-M640 Shifter works with Shimano's 10-speed derailleurs to provide consistent and precise shifts. Using Rapid Fire Plus and two-way release, the ZEE shifts just as well as SLX but uses shorter paddles for DH, FR, and jump bikes. The textured shifter levers add an intuitive element to Shimano's ZEE SL-M640, and it uses a one-bolt clamp to fasten to handlebars.
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SRAM Centerline Rotor SRAM Centerline Rotor
The new Centerline Rotor features an updated profile that does a better job controlling cooling and keeping the braking track straight than previous models. SRAM's new rotor features a series of elongated vents positioned directly in the braking track and also incorporates a 12-spoke design. By preventing warping and other lateral distortion that can occur when heated, this design not only aids in overall cooling but it also creates a more consistent center of friction, which results in braking that is smoother and more reliable.
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SRAM CenterLine Rounded Rotor SRAM CenterLine Rounded Rotor
In order to keep up with the evolving requirements of cycling's governing body, SRAM has softened the edges of its CenterLine Rounded Rotor. The 12-spoke design reduces warping and distortion when you're pushing your brakes to the absolute limit on scintillating downhills over thousands of vertical feet. It's available in a wide variety of sizes for virtually any riding discipline, from cross-country to downhill racing. Please note, each CenterLine Rounded Rotor is compatible with all SRAM and Avid disc brakes and includes all attachment bolts.
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SRAM CenterLine X Rotor SRAM CenterLine X Rotor
The SRAM CenterLine X Rotor takes all the high-powered braking and effortless cooling capacity of the original CenterLine rotor and ups the ante with a dual-material construction that pairs its steel braking surface with a lightweight and long-lasting aluminum centerpiece. Its 12-spoke design fends off lateral bending and warping under heat stress for confident stability and smooth, predictable braking. As with it single-piece counterpart, this rotor boasts venting lines across the braking track to minimize overheating and provide consistent power on wide-open descents and highly technical runs.
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SRAM Guide/X0 Trail Disc Brake Pad SRAM Guide/X0 Trail Disc Brake Pad
In the chaos of spring, singletrack trails can take sudden turns for the worst. In these cases, SRAM's Guide/X0 Trail Disc Brake Pads help to ensure that your rides end well by ending with you grabbing the brakes, not diving into a tree. We recommend the organic pads for lighter cyclists with a cross-country focus who don't ride their brakes. Alternatively, larger cyclists and downhillers will appreciate the long-suffering action of the sintered pads. They take a little longer to catch but maintain stopping power even while heating up from hard use.
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SRAM GX 1000 1x BB30 Crankset SRAM GX 1000 1x BB30 Crankset
The SRAM GX component group provides tons of options, so you can pick and choose your drivetrain from a bunch of different, completely compatible component choices. The GX 1000 is just like its big brother, the GX 1400, except that it's about 50 grams heavier and quite a bit less expensive. SRAM decided to build the 1000 series cranks without the Open Core technology of the 1400 series cranks to keep costs down. Of course, this adds weight, but it may be worth the compromise for the rider on a budget. The SRAM GX 1x chainring uses X-SYNC technology. Each tooth's thickness is CNC machined to work seamlessly with the chain's inner and outer links to hold the chain in place in any terrain. With X-SYNC you never need a front derailleur, tensioner, or chain keeper to maintain perfect control over your chain.
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SRAM GX 1000 1x GXP Crankset SRAM GX 1000 1x GXP Crankset
SRAM's GX component group lets you pick and choose your drivetrain from a ton of different options --1x or 2x, grip shift or trigger, GXP or BB30, or even with the new wider hub options -- all within a perfectly compatible groupset designed to work in perfect harmony.The GX 1000 is just like its big brother, the GX 1400, except that it's about 50 grams heavier and quite a bit less expensive. SRAM decided to build the 1000 series cranks without the Open Core technology of the 1400 series cranks to keep costs down. Of course, this adds weight, but it may be worth the compromise for the rider on a budget. The SRAM GX 1x chainring uses X-SYNC technology. Each tooth's thickness is CNC machined to work seamlessly with the chain's inner and outer links to hold the chain in place in any terrain. With X-SYNC you never need a front derailleur, tensioner, or chain keeper to maintain perfect control over your chain.
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SRAM GX 1400 1x BB30 Crankset SRAM GX 1400 1x BB30 Crankset
With so many different standards, it can be difficult to set up your bike just how you want it and still have all the components work together. The SRAM GX group provides just about every possible option for your drivetrain, so you can lay it out exactly how you want, and you'll be sure that everything will work together perfectly. The GX 1400 1x BB30 Crankset is SRAM's most modern aluminum 1x crankset. The SRAM GX 1x BB30 Crankset works with a single up front and will only mount to a BB30 bottom bracket. The GX crankset comes in several versions, including the value-oriented 1000 and the mid-range 1200, but the 1400 is the best there is. It's lighter than the others, thanks to hollow-forged crank arms, but it doesn't lose any stiffness to its solid-armed sisters. Mated to a forged aluminum spider, in fact, the GX is stiffer than most cranks on the market, even far more expensive competitors. The SRAM GX 1x chainring uses X-SYNC technology. Each tooth's thickness is CNC machined to work seamlessly with the chain's inner and outer links to hold the chain in place in any terrain. With X-SYNC you never need a front derailleur, tensioner, or chain keeper to maintain perfect control over your chain.
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SRAM GX 1400 1x GXP Crankset SRAM GX 1400 1x GXP Crankset
In the early days of mountain biking, everyone ran a triple up front. Singlespeeds became pretty common in the late nineties, but it wasn't until recently that geared bikes with one or two front rings became the norm. The SRAM GX group provides several options for each layout. The GX1 1400 GXP Crankset is SRAM's most modern aluminum 1x crankset. The SRAM GX1 GXP Crankset works with a single up front and will only mount to a Truvativ GXP bottom bracket. The GX crankset comes in several versions, including the value-oriented 1000 and the mid-range 1200, but the 1400 is the best there is. It's lighter than the others, thanks to hollow-forged crank arms, but it doesn't lose any stiffness to its solid-armed sisters. Mated to a forged aluminum spider, in fact, the GX is stiffer than most cranks on the market, even far more expensive competitors. The SRAM GX 1x chainring uses X-SYNC technology. Each tooth's thickness is CNC machined to work seamlessly with the chain's inner and outer links to hold the chain in place in any terrain. With X-SYNC you never need a front derailleur, tensioner, or chain keeper to maintain perfect control over your chain.
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SRAM GX 1400 1x GXP Crankset - Boost 148 SRAM GX 1400 1x GXP Crankset - Boost 148
2x and 1x drivetrains have become the norm, rather than the exception, within the last few years. The SRAM GX gruppo provides several options for each layout. The GX1 1400 GXP Crankset with Boost 148 technology is SRAM's most modern aluminum 1x crankset. You'll need to use these cranks with the Boost 148 drivetrain, however, for compatibility. The SRAM GX1 GXP Crankset works with a single up front and will only mount to a Truvativ GXP bottom bracket. The GX crankset comes in several versions, including the value-oriented 1000 and the mid-range 1200, but the 1400 is the best there is. It's lighter than the others, thanks to hollow-forged crank arms, but it doesn't lose any stiffness to its solid-armed sisters. Mated to a forged aluminum spider, in fact, the GX is stiffer than most cranks on the market, even far more expensive competitors. The SRAM GX 1x chainring uses X-SYNC technology. Each tooth's thickness is CNC machined to work seamlessly with the chain's inner and outer links to hold the chain in place in any terrain. With X-SYNC you never need a front derailleur, tensioner, or chain keeper to maintain perfect control over your chain. This particular version of the GX crankset is Boost 148 compatible. Put simply, Boost 148 is a wider rear hub. It provides several advantages over the standard rear hub, including increased wheel stiffness and durability, tighter handling, improved frame geometry with shorter chainstays, wider and stiffer suspension pivots, a wider range of chainring options, and greater clearance for today's modern tires. The boost 148 option for the SRAM GX crank increases the spacing at the bottom bracket for a more direct chainline when using a wider rear hub.
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SRAM GX 1x11 Rear Derailleur SRAM GX 1x11 Rear Derailleur
The SRAM GX group brings 11-speed drivetrains to the huddled masses with much of the technology from its higher end offerings. The GX1 1x11 Rear Derailleur is compatible with SRAM's huge 10-42 11-speed cassette, as well, for the widest range of gears available. The GX1 11-Speed Rear Derailleur packs in all of SRAM's top one-by engineering to ensure rear shifts are smooth, accurate, and predictable. Starting with the offset pulleys, the tall square-toothed X-Sync profiles work to positively engage and manage the chain better than traditional pulleys. These pulleys work in conjunction with the X-HORIZON's straight parallelogram design, which limits all movement to the horizontal axis, thus eliminating ghost shifting and reducing shifting force. SRAM's proven Roller Bearing Clutch is also present, which delivers maximum drivetrain stability by maintaining consistent tension on the chain -- even while riding in the most demanding conditions. Finishing off the rear mechanism are sealed cartridge bearings and SRAM's handy Cage Lock design that keeps the derailleur locked out of the way for easy rear wheel installation/removal.
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SRAM GX 2x11 Low Direct Mount Front Derailleur SRAM GX 2x11 Low Direct Mount Front Derailleur
Now you can run an 11-speed drivetrain without going broke thanks to SRAM's new GX 2x11 group. The SRAM GX 2x11 Low Direct Mount Front Derailleur is compatible with the 42. 7mm-spread Direct Mount two-bolt pattern. And, like its X0 big brother, the GX front derailleur is specifically designed to work in conjunction with SRAM's 2x11 cranksets. SRAM's new GX group falls neatly between the X9 and X1 groups for the rider who wants top-notch, 2x11 drivetrain equipment, but doesn't want to sacrifice the kids' college education in order to pay for it. The GX 2x11 front derailleur was designed to work with SRAM's X-Glide shifting system, which uses a new chainring geometry that allows you to shift into any gear without being limited by the force that you're applying to the drivetrain. The GX 2xll front derailleur is designed to work with SRAM's 10x42 cassette, which provides the widest range of gears ever offered on a 2x drivetrain. That means climbing is easier and descending is faster. Few upgrades can honestly make that heady claim.
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SRAM GX Trigger Shifter SRAM GX Trigger Shifter
GX 2x11 Trigger Shifters bring many of SRAM's high-end 11-speed technologies into the realm of the affordable and work with its huge 10-42 cassette. This includes the new X-Actuation that keeps shifting precise and dependable across the cassette. Like the Exact-Actuation ratio for its 10-speed road group, SRAM has deviated from its bread-and-butter, 1:1 pull ratio. GX uses SRAM's cable-pull ratio system to deliver a more uniform and accurate derailleur movement, with less applied force required from the user. The shifter also comes with a MatchMaker-compatible clamp in order to simplify accessibility and to create a clean aesthetic by placing your Avid or Guide levers and RockShox PushLoc suspension controls on the same clamp with your shifters.
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SRAM GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette SRAM GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette
If you've been spending every ride lamenting your lack of "just one more" gear in either direction, give your ride buddies' ears a break and take a look at the SRAM GX XG-1150 11-Speed Cassette. Constructed with a whopping 10-42t gear range, you'll be hard pressed to find a time when you're praying for a miracle gear on the trails, and you won't have to drain an entire season's upgrade budget to get it. In fact, SRAM uses a remarkably similar design for the XG-1150 as it does on its top-end X1 cassette, shaped to clear mud when you're trudging through the deep stuff and function consistently through whatever conditions the day throws at you. Send away and know that 123 stainless steel pins will hold the 11 chromoly steel cogs together through big hits and the occasional spill.
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SRAM GXP 83 Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP 83 Bottom Bracket
Many frames designed for extreme riding are built with an 83mm bottom bracket shell. It's a result of the wider axles used to optimize wheel stiffness to improve durability. The extra width in the back necessitates extra width in the cranks to get a proper chainline. If you have an 83mm shell and plan to run a SRAM/Truvativ GXP crankset, this is the bearing set you'll need. SRAM's GXP bottom brackets are brand specific -- meaning, they can only be installed with SRAM type cranks. The key element that makes them different from a Shimano or FSA bottom bracket is that the left side bearing has a smaller diameter to mate with the stepped spindle of the SRAM crank. This design allows the inner race of the left side bearing to be captured between the crankarm and the spindle, effectively locating the crank. The right side bearing "floats" on the spindle handling only radial loads as you pedal. The SRAM design optimizes bearing load, minimizes drag, and gives you durability. The GXP 83 Bottom Bracket has alloy cups and sealed cartridge bearings. It's compatible with Truvativ GXP mountain cranksets designed for an 83mm bottom bracket shell.
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SRAM GXP BB92 Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP BB92 Bottom Bracket
Bottom bracket standards seem to be a dime a dozen these days. To stay on top of the game, SRAM stays current in order to reflect the sizes being used in the industry. This is its GXP BB92 Bottom Bracket. The BB92 uses two sets of steel bearings in nylon cups that "press" into each side of the bottom bracket shell. From here, you're able to use any SRAM 24mm crankset in your "non-standard" bottom bracket shell.
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SRAM Hydraulic Line Kit - GUIDE R/RS/RSC, DB5 SRAM Hydraulic Line Kit - GUIDE R/RS/RSC, DB5
Whether you're running SRAM's new Guide R/RS/RSC or DB5 brakes, the Hydraulic Line Kit is a wise choice to have around as a backup, or for replacing the existing line. With this kit you receive 2000mm of line (suitable for one brake) and the accompanying hardware.
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SRAM Level TLM Disc Brake SRAM Level TLM Disc Brake
We have some bad news. You may want to be sure you're seated for this. SRAM is effectively retiring its XO brake models. This saddens us because they've been like a good friend at the bar for so long, stopping us when maybe we've gone a bit further than we should; however, the bright side is that the X01 brake is being replaced with the new Level TLM Disc Brake. The Level TLM recreates the upgrades field tested on the enduro-specific Guide RSC brakes in a low-weight platform designed for XC use. Compared to the Guide RSC, the Level TLM shaves a claimed 25g by cutting the pistons from four to two and replacing the tool-free reach adjust with a design that saves weight but does require tool intervention. The discerning weight watcher will notice that, despite these savings over its Guide equivalent, the Level TLM gains a claimed 46g in weight over the X01 brake it's essentially replacing; however, we contend that it's worth it for the Level's functional improvements. Instead of the two-part body used for the X01 brake and almost every other member of the newly minted Level family, the Level TLM houses its pair of 21mm pistons in a forged, single piece caliper for net gains in stiffness and braking consistency. The TLM model does make some material concessions to the top-end Level Ultimate. Instead of titanium hardware, the TLM features redoubtable steel; instead of the carbon lever used on the Ultimate and Xo1 models, the TLM rocks alloy. The only other difference between the TLM and the Ultimate is that the former substitutes a bushing instead of bearings to govern the lever action. The Level design features a host of improvements over the occasionally disappointing Avid Elixir. Among these is the notoriously finicky bleeding of the Elixir, and the Bleeding Edge redesign we first saw in the Guide brake line carries over to the Level. Bleeding Edge involves a complete re-imagination of the port and fluid path. It requires a specific adapter, but that adapter ens...
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SRAM NX 1x BB30 Crankset SRAM NX 1x BB30 Crankset
Whether you're building up your first mountain bike or looking to replace an old, worn-out crankset, the SRAM NX 1x BB30 Crankset features trickle-down technology from SRAM's top-tier offerings at an affordable price that will leave some cash in the bank for rent and a few entry fees. The crank arms are fashioned from light, stiff, and durable aluminum for confident and efficient power transfer from the pedals. At the center, a forged alloy spider provides a durable yet lightweight platform to power forward while the SRAM X-SYNC chainring brings some extra chain-retention features to the table and make this crankset really hum. X-Sync involves a distinctly tall and squared-off tooth shape that catches the chain earlier in the pedal rotation than standard triangular teeth for improved chain stability and retention. A narrow, sharp profile with rounded chamfer edges also helps with chain retention, especially in minimizing chain deflection and just generally helps keep the chain on track. SRAM also kept unexpectedly muddy conditions in mind, and includes recesses that help clear mud to move the chain swiftly through its rotation for smooth power transfer without any distracting catches or mud sucks. The SRAM NX 1x BB30 Crankset is compatible with BB30 equipped framesets.
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SRAM NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette SRAM NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette
We hate to sound like cynics, but staring down at your cassette and praying for just one more miracle gear in the midst of a nausea-inducing climb will likely always be a part of cycling. The wider cassettes get, the more gears we'll wish for, which is why a workhorse cassette like SRAM's NX PG-1130 11-Speed Cassette is still a valuable choice. With its corrosion-resistant JET black finish, solid one-piece steel construction, and extensive 11-42t gear range, the PG-1130 was designed to accompany you through punishing climbs so you can blast through the descents on the other side. You'll just have to use those legs. And whether you're running SRAM one-by or still sticking to double, the cassette will work with any non-XD Shimano/SRAM freehub.
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SRAM PC 1 Chain - Single Speed SRAM PC 1 Chain - Single Speed
Keep your townie, fixed gear or single-speed running smooth and reliably with the SRAM PC-1 Chain. Durable steel construction handles your massive wattage when you sprint the beach cruiser to the store for another six-pack. The PC-1 also uses SRAM's Powerlock Link so connecting the chain is so easy you might just decide to make friendship bracelets instead or riding your bike--which may not a good thing. No matter how cool you think friendship bracelets are, they aren't as cool as riding your bike.
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SRAM PC 971 Chain - 9-Speed SRAM PC 971 Chain - 9-Speed
Most of us still have a couple bikes kicking around with 9-speed drivetrains on them -after all, it's really only been a handful of years since it was prevalent. If your chain has worn out, replace it with the SRAM PC971 Chain. Its chrome-hardened pins and bulged outer plates make it tough and long-lasting, and it comes with SRAM's quick-connect PowerLink for easy installation.
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SRAM PG-1070 Cassette (10-Speed) SRAM PG-1070 Cassette (10-Speed)
The SRAM PG-1070 Cassette, unlike many competitors' cassettes at this level, is made completely from steel cogs. SRAM's design wizards, however, have managed to keep the weight of the PG-1070 at just 220 grams, without resorting to Ti cogs at the larger end of the cassette, which wear faster than steel, and contribute to faster overall drivetrain wear. The PG-1070 will fit on all nine and ten-speed Shimano and SRAM-style splined freehub bodies and is compatible with all 10-speed chains, though SRAM of course states that shifting performance will be optimal with its chains.
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SRAM PG-720 7-Speed Cassette SRAM PG-720 7-Speed Cassette
The SRAM PG-720 7-Speed Cassette features a compact design for ripping blistering downhill laps, but without the sticker shock you're accustomed to. As the most affordable 1x downhill cassette on the market, this 11-25 tooth cassette emphasizes robust strength and smooth-shifting over the lightweight construction of its X01 brethren. Tight gear steps and fewer cogs improve shifting speed as you transition from low to high gears. Extra rear wheel clearance prevents your spokes from eating the rear derailleur and prematurely ending your downhill race or afternoon of gravity-assisted fun. Bringing relief to riders without the newest setup, the PG-720 integrates with a splined freehub body found on 10-speed hubs. Also, it's fully compatible with SRAM's top-flight X01 drivetrain for riders worried about future compatibility issues. Pair it with SRAM's PC-1130 chain for the smoothest possible shifting on your downhill rig.
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SRAM PowerLock Link for 12-Speed Chain SRAM PowerLock Link for 12-Speed Chain
The PowerLock Link is the missing link between SRAM's evolved 12-Speed Chains and, well, themselves. With the PowerLock Link, you can shorten your Eagle chain without using a tool and risking the (inevitable, it often seems) mishap: a link, an ill-fitting pin, a brand-new chain mangled beyond repair.
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SRAM X-SYNC Direct Mount Chainring SRAM X-SYNC Direct Mount Chainring
SRAM's new X-SYNC chain profile generated quite a bit of buzz when it was introduced, and for good reason. If you've been wondering what all the fuss is about, take a chance on change and add the X-SYNC Direct Mount Chainring to your one-by arsenal. The practicality of X-SYNC's easy interchangeability cannot be overstated; if your next XC race is full of flat, fast laps, but you decide to try out a weekly race series at your hometown ski mountain, the ability to swap out your chainrings for the most appropriate gear range is incredibly useful. You'll be able to do that with X-SYNC, and you'll also gain a chainring with tall, squared teeth that grip your chain with precision while shedding mud and debris quickly on rougher trails. An aluminum spider anchors the entire design, reinforcing it for spill-proof durability without an sacrificing its low weight.
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SRAM X0 2x10 Low Clamp Compact 38/36t Front Derailleur SRAM X0 2x10 Low Clamp Compact 38/36t Front Derailleur
We've long been fans of SRAM low clamp front derailleurs. They've always looked a bit more finished compared to Shimano's offerings, with their abundance of alloy bits in place of stamped steel in the frame for the linkages. This X0 2x10 Low Clamp Compact 38/36t Front Derailleur is no exception, and it shifts with the same crispness and precision as the benchmark XX front mechanism. The SRAM X0 2x10 Low Clamp Front Derailleur is specifically designed to work in conjunction with SRAM's 2x10 cranksets. As such, it's made to handle up to a 15-tooth differential between the big and little rings. Its cage is shorter and narrower than a triple-specific changer. This is great news for those who fear clearance between their rear suspension and their front derailleur. The aluminum links that shape the swing of the derailleur cage have widely spaced pivots for gobs of stiffness. This rigidity inherent in the parallelogram is part of what makes X0 front shifting so quick and efficient. The derailleur cage is made from steel for maximum durability and is shaped for optimum performance with their X-Glide chainrings. The SRAM X0 2x10 Low Clamp Compact 38/36t Front Derailleur is a multi-clamp design and will work with either 34. 9mm or 31. 8mmm seat tube diameters and is available configured for either top or bottom pull cable routing.
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SRAM X01 DH XG-795 7 Speed Cassette SRAM X01 DH XG-795 7 Speed Cassette
SRAM's XG-795 X01 DH 7-Speed Cassette ditches excess cogs for the optimized spread that competitive gravity riders need. From the 10T small to the 24T large, the gears jump an even two teeth, providing consistent changes, rather than the variable spread of traditional cassettes. The X01 DH Cassette is only compatible with XD driver wheels, and the Mini-Block X-Dome technology works with all SRAM 1X drivetrains. The dome is machined from steel with a durable JET black coating to ensure it's ready for anything a World Cup circuit can bring to the table.
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SRAM X01 Trigger Shifter SRAM X01 Trigger Shifter
If you're making the jump to a 1x11 drivetrain, you'll need a way to shift that fancy derailleur across that big ol' cassette, and the SRAM X01 Trigger Shifter is just the piece for the job. It's reach-adjustable, which is a huge benefit to those with both smaller and larger hands, and it's also MatMaker X compatible, which clears up space on your handlebars.
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SRAM X01 X-Glide Cassette - XG-1195 SRAM X01 X-Glide Cassette - XG-1195
You'll notice that the SRAM X01 X-Glide Cassette has a dark, matte finish not typically seen on drivetrain parts, and definitely not seen on the XX1 cassette. SRAM calls it JET Black, and it provides greater corrosion resistance across both the steel and aluminum cogs that make up the monster 10-42-tooth cassette.
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SRAM X01 X-SYNC Chainring- 104 BCD SRAM X01 X-SYNC Chainring- 104 BCD
Customize your ride with the SRAM X01 X-SYNC 104 BCD Chainring. With five available ratios from 32 to 38 teeth in two-tooth increments, you can pick the gearing that works best for the terrain you're about to tackle. Once you're dialed in, SRAM's special machining process makes sure your chain stays on the ring and powering you forward for a fun day on the trail.
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SRAM X1 11-Speed Trigger Shifter SRAM X1 11-Speed Trigger Shifter
As SRAM makes ever-better 1x11 drivetrains, the components to go with them improve, too. Latest in the line is the new X1 11-Speed Trigger Shifter, which borrows technology from SRAM's top-shelf 1x11 shifters, the XX1 and X01, but sticks it in a durable aluminum package that's more resilient and less expensive than carbon fiber. Like the XX1, the X1 features SRAM's X-Actuation and Zero Loss designs, which enable crisp, precise, and dependable shifting through all your gears. It also sports a cable-pull ratio system, which serves up uniform and accurate derailleur movement without the need for hand-cramping force as you shift up into bigger gears. SRAM also included a Matchmaker-X-compatible clamp, so you can mount it up with RockShox' XLoc dropper post control to eliminate bar clutter and streamline your cockpit.
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SRAM X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur SRAM X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur
This SRAM X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur doesn't clamp around the seat tube, rather it's designed to bolt right to a Shimano-type direct mount. Don't be confused with a Low Direct Mount, which is an E-Type without the E-plate, also mounting directly to the frame or in some cases, a swingarm. The easiest way to recognize this X9 High direct Mount Front Derailleur is that it's a traditionally styled, bottom swing design. The difference between this X9 derailleur and its X0 big brother is that this one uses powder coated steel for the links that shape the swing of the derailleur cage rather than aluminum. This material choice adds a few grams, but it still retains the widely spaced pivots for stiffness and precise, quick shifting. The derailleur cage is also made from steel for maximum durability and is shaped for optimum performance with their X-Glide chainrings. The X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur is specifically designed to work in conjunction with SRAM's 3x10 cranksets. The SRAM X9 3x10 High Direct Mount Front Derailleur is configured to work as either top or bottom pull and bolts straight into a Shimano-style Direct Mount on your frame.
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SRAM XG-1180 Cassette - 11-Speed SRAM XG-1180 Cassette - 11-Speed
The XG-1180 cassette is SRAM's X1-level cassette offering. The primary difference between it and its upmarket brethren is its pinned construction, as opposed to the single-piece, X-Dome construction you'll find in the 1195 and 1199. It still offers the wide, 10-42-tooth range, and is only compatible with SRAM's XD driver hub interfaces.
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SRAM XX Front Derailleur SRAM XX Front Derailleur
The SRAM XX Low Clamp Front Derailleur is not a triple chainring front derailleur. It's not a compact double front derailleur. It is its own thing. And while it's designed to handle up to a 15-tooth differential between the big and little rings, its cage is shorter and narrower than a triple-specific front derailleur. This is great news for those who fear clearance between their rear suspension and their front derailleur. The aluminum links that shape the travel of the cage are extremely wide, increasing the distance between the pivots, for greater stiffness. The increase in stiffness plays to XX's superior gear-changing ability. The derailleur cage itself is made from steel for maximum durability. SRAM claims the XX front derailleur will work on just about any bike. That's because they have both high and low clamp versions in four sizes each and four different direct mount versions (and there are three different clamps for each chain ring configuration within the direct mount line). Here's a PDF chart so you can determine exactly what you need. In addition, both the high- and low-clamp versions use a thin, flexible steel band clamp that holds quite well at relatively low clamping pressure -- a safe recipe for carbon fiber frames. The SRAM XX Low Clamp Front Derailleur is available configured as either top or bottom pull. The 34. 9 clamp size is adjustable and, with an included shim kit, can be used with frames that require a 31. 8mm clamp. Click here to save when you purchase an XX build kit. SRAM actuation ratio for proper balance between upshift and downshiftIntuitive adjustments make it easy to get your shifting dialedFor use with SRAM 10-speed drivetrains
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SRAM XX1 2.1 Rear Derailleur SRAM XX1 2.1 Rear Derailleur
The XX1 2. 1 is the latest iteration of SRAM's XX1 X-Horizon Derailleur. The design is based on a horizontal parallelogram that moves the body on a horizontal plane rather than up and down. By limiting the movement of the derailleur, ghost shifting becomes a non-issue. Additionally, there is a small offset between the upper and lower pulleys. No, they aren't misaligned; they are designed specifically to provide a constant chain gap throughout every one of the rear gear ratios. This means smooth, consistent shifting whether you are shifting up or down. The body is fabricated from carbon fiber to maximize strength to weight.
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SRAM XX1 Chainring SRAM XX1 Chainring
At first glance, the SRAM XX1 Chainring is a simple design. Upon closer inspection, the tooth profile reveals a unique shape. The thickness alternates to match the inside width of the inner and outer chain links. This ensures a chain-to-ring interface so secure that when used with the XX1 rear derailleur, a chain tensioner isn't needed. To hold the ring securely on the crank, the bolts thread directly into the ring.
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SRAM XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 156 Q-factor SRAM XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset - 156 Q-factor
SRAM's XX1 GXP Direct Mount Crankset achieves a low 156 Q-factor by taking advantage of two of the crank's essential design characteristics: spider-free mounting and a single chainring. The result places the pedals over a centimeter closer to the bottom bracket than they'd be on a 168. Though that may not seem like much in the vacuum of a tech spec sheet, that centimeter can feel like miles when the extra clearance provides a bit more room for error on the ragged edge. Except for the narrower profile, this crankset features the same lightweight, carbon stiffness of the wider model. The standard XX1 chainring-to-chain redesign returns unchanged, featuring a pattern of wide/narrow teeth with tall, square edges to maintain early, confident engagement for popping up rocky climbs or dropping the hammer in a finale. The direct mount version also affords the option of quickly subbing different sizes of rings for different shapes of terrain, giving the true all-mountain racer a bit of start-line flexibility to adapt to a given course, and SRAM's GXP design uses a 22mm gutter on the non-drive side to reduce friction and weight without sacrificing the drive side's power transfer.
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SRAM XX1 Trigger Shifter SRAM XX1 Trigger Shifter
SRAM's XX1 group undoubtedly changed the face of mountain biking, perhaps forever. The narrow-wide chainring, combined with an astonishing redesign of the rear derailleur's parallelogram, meant that single-ring drivetrains were no longer the chain-drop-prone hack jobs they once were. The XX1 Shifter is the power center for the group, and employs the X-Actuation cable pull ratio that makes all SRAM one-by derailleurs move. The shifter is MatchMaker compatible, meaning you can mount it to the same clamp as your brakes or suspension lockouts, freeing up space on your bars and making your cockpit quite tidy.
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SRAM XX1 XG-1199 Cassette SRAM XX1 XG-1199 Cassette
At this point, you've likely "made the leap," to swipe SRAM's marketing parlance. Whether you modified a 10-speed cassette with a One-Up-style expansion cog, or adopted early and wore out your first cassette, the SRAM XX1 XG-1199 Cassette is the pinnacle of one-by technology. By trading freehub bodies for drivers, SRAM was able to put a tiny, 10-tooth cog on the end to balance out the monster, 42-tooth cog on the low end. This ensures that the balance of granny grinding to flat-out-flying is maintained.
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Stan's NoTubes Arch EX 27.5in Boost Wheelset Stan's NoTubes Arch EX 27.5in Boost Wheelset
Stan's NoTubes' range consistently leads the tubeless industry with unique rim designs and unbeatable tubeless reliability. The Arch EX 27. 5in Boost Wheelset brings this bombproof functionality to the most aggressive, technical trails by combining the fast, light profile of Stan's XC-specific Crest and the burly internal arch design of the gravity-focused Flow. It's lighter, wider, and even more durable than the original Arch, and it features Boost axle widths for better tracking up front and a more responsive platform in the rear. The Arch EX utilizes Stan's trademark Bead Socket Technology (BST). BST features low-profile sidewalls that provide a better seat for the tire bead and allow for a pile of benefits compared to standard rims with higher sidewalls. When setup as tubeless, BST provides an exceptional seal while allowing the tire to hold a greater volume of air than rims that place the bead 2-4mm below the edge. This interface allows the tire to maintain its full shape for a wider, more stable rolling platform compared to the same tire mounted on a standard rim. Pairing BST with the ability to run up to 30% lower air pressure than on a standard clincher wheel results in more stability, better handling, solid cornering, and better overall control. These rims are also compatible with standard tubes, and the lower sidewall drastically reduces pinch flat risk by reducing the amount of material present for the tube to pinch against. This means less time sitting in the dust wrestling with a flat at the side of the trail and more time shredding your favorite loops. Stan's laces the Arch EX rims to its all-new Neo hubs, which feature smooth-spinning, oversized chrome bearings that glide on a stiff, strong, swaged axle. The Neo holds the bearings at a wider stance for a claimed threefold increase in strength compared to standard hub designs -- gains that the wider Boost hubs only add to. It also boasts four precision pawls that simultaneously engage a forged ste...
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Stan's NoTubes Arch EX Predictive Steering Wheelset - 29in Stan's NoTubes Arch EX Predictive Steering Wheelset - 29in
While we typically focus on the tubeless rim design for Stan's wheels, the predictive steering hubs on the Arch EX 29in Predictive Steering Wheelset warrant some copy real estate up front. The predictive steering philosophy originates in the laboratories of SRAM, and Stan's adopts the technology here in order to reap the design's benefits of reduced torsional flex, better tracking, and more responsiveness when the pedals are turned in anger. These qualities are especially welcome on wagon wheels, helping Arch EX 29ers dispel the negative associations of noodliness that have dogged 29in wheels since their inception. Stan's Neo freehub system is another key beneficiary of more efficient energy transfer. That efficiency combines with the freehub's 10-degree engagement in order to propel you over rocky cruxes and help you navigate shelves and pop-ups while you earn the downhill on climbs. The hub bodies themselves are altered with wider flanges, increased axle diameters, and more contact area between the end caps and the fork dropouts--the cumulative effect of which is the above-noted increase in torsional stiffness. The hubs are laced to Stan's Arch EX rims, which incorporate two features that set Stan's apart as the industry's tubeless pioneer. The first is Bead Socket Technology (BST), which maintains a low profile without sacrificing security. Tires mounted on BST rims sit fatter than on rims with taller beads, increasing the tire volume by decreasing the restriction of the rim bead. Increased volume makes for more plush traction--especially when the tires are run tubeless. (ProTip: You should always run tubeless on the Arch EX rim.) The Arch EX's other key feature is alluded to by its name: The rim is reinforced with an internal arch and a thick spoke bed. It's also wider than the previous Arch model, and the combined effect of these dimensions is a rim that's equal to any abuse you'd throw at it on a five-inch all-mountain bike. Please note that the Arch EX 2...
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Vittoria AKA TNT Tires - 29in Vittoria AKA TNT Tires - 29in
The AKA 29in tires are Vittoria's high-performance XC race tire. The low-profile tread is directional to provide plenty of grip with very little rolling resistance, and wide spacing between the slim lugs sheds mud and loose dirt quickly to keep the tire functioning as efficiently as possible. Low-profile, aggressive corner lugs provide sharp predictable handling. It's also available in two sizes: a super-speedy two-inch width or a burlier, gripper 2. 3-incher. Tread, however, is only one part of the tire story. Almost as important is the casing underneath. Vittoria TNT (TubesNoTubes) casing is made from a 120 TPI cloth -- quite supple by mountain bike standards. The sidewalls are reinforced with nylon in order to minimize cuts and folding when riding at low pressure in order to take full advantage of the tires' tubeless capabilities.
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Vittoria Barzo TNT Tire - 27.5in Vittoria Barzo TNT Tire - 27.5in
The Vittoria Barzo is a classic hardpack race tire. Small, low-profile lugs grip firm, dry trails well and the continuous contact center lug pattern make this one of the fastest off-road tires out there. Lean-dependent sipe angles mean the hard cornering grip doesn't kick in until the tire is leaned over, which keeps rolling resistance to a minimum and your speed cranked to 11. Counter V-formation channels shed mud and dirt, so you won't get bogged down after riding through some sticky stuff, and the 2. 1-inch and 2. 25-inch width offerings let you opt for more speed or grip, respectively. Tread alone doesn't make the tire, though. Almost as important is the casing underneath. Vittoria TNT casing is made from a 120 TPI cloth, which is strong but supple for a smooth feel and good grip. The sidewalls are also reinforced with nylon in order to minimize cuts and folding when riding at lower pressures. Best of all, Vittoria's TubesNoTubes (TNT) bead lets you opt for or against tubes, depending on your preference.
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Vittoria Barzo TNT Tire - 29in Vittoria Barzo TNT Tire - 29in
The Vittoria Barzo TNT Tires are just what the wagon-wheel set ordered. They're fast and smooth, but tight and grippy on hard, dry surfaces. Lean-dependent sipe angles mean the hard cornering grip doesn't kick in until the tire is leaned over, which keeps rolling resistance to a minimum. Counter V-formation channels ease the self-cleaning of mud, dirt, and debris, so the tire sheds quickly if you find yourself in the sticky stuff. Tread isn't the end-all be-all, though. Almost as important is the casing underneath. Vittoria TNT casing is made from 120 TPI cloth, which is quite supple by mountain bike standards, so you'll have better grip and less rolling resistance. The sidewalls are also reinforced with nylon in order to minimize cuts and folding when riding at low pressure. The Barzo tires come in both 2. 1-inch and 2. 25-inch widths, so you can go burlier or slimmer as you see fit. Holding the tires onto the rim is a TNT Talon tubeless-compatible bead that also lets you run tubeless if you prefer.
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Vittoria Morsa G Plus TNT Tire - 27.5in Vittoria Morsa G Plus TNT Tire - 27.5in
Vittoria's Morsa G Plus TNT 27. 5in Tire effectively adds wings to your DH bomber. Featuring a bold open tread and squared-off knobs, this tire provides mountains of grip for any enduro or downhill shred session in a multitude of conditions. As an added bonus, ramped leading edges on the knobs reduce rolling resistance for more speed when gravity's not doing the work. The Morsa G Plus incorporates Vittoria's TNT casing, which is compatible with both tubes and sealant-based tubeless systems and enforced with a KEVLAR bead and sidewall protection. This tire also boasts the revolutionary new G+ Isotech compound, utilizing graphene within the compound mix to reduce rolling resistance and overall weight, increase durability, and improve grip in wet weather compared to tires without the G+ Isotech compound.
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Vittoria Peyote TNT Tires - 29in Vittoria Peyote TNT Tires - 29in
Tires, more than anything else, dictate how your bike interacts with Mother Earth, so it's important to choose the right ones. The goal is to achieve the highest amount of grip while maintaining the lowest amount of rolling resistance, all with a tread pattern and tire width that are best suited to the terrain you ride most often. Vittoria's Peyote TNT 29-inch tires nail this happy medium. They're light, fast, and they corner well, especially on hard and dry terrain, thanks to low-profile lugs and large corner knobs that afford gobs of grip in corners. Tread doesn't tell the whole story, though -- the casing underneath is almost as important. Vittoria TNT casing is made from a cloth with 120 TPI, which makes it significantly more supple than burlier DH-style tires for increased grip and feel that maintains plenty of strength. The sidewalls are also reinforced with nylon in order to minimize cuts and pinch flats, even if you're running tubeless. The Peyote TNT is equipped to be ridden with tubes or without, as you prefer.
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Vittoria Saguaro TNT Tires - 29in Vittoria Saguaro TNT Tires - 29in
Most of us ride a little bit of everything -- rolling XC, rocky downhills, and leg-testing climbs -- so we need tires like the Vittoria Saguaro TNT 29in Tires, which are designed to handle all of that and then some. By blending a fast-rolling band of center tread with medium-sized side knobs, Vittoria gives the Saguaro a combination of speed and bite, with a weight of just 710g in the two-inch width. If you're looking for a little more gnar, size up to the 2. 2-inch width for some extra traction, and it'll still check in at well under 800g. This edition of the Saguaro features a supple 120 thread count per inch, which means you'll have excellent feel for the trail. It also rocks Vittoria's TNT Tubeless Talon bead, which lets you run them as traditional clinchers or weight-saving tubeless tires.
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VP Components VP-Vice Pedal VP Components VP-Vice Pedal
Dirt jumpers, DH shredders, downtown cruisers, and enduro maniacs don't always use the same gear, but the VP-Vice Flat Pedal from VP Components is one thing they can all use happily. This burly flat is made from CNC-machined aluminum, which is light but strong enough to handle rock strikes and all sorts of abuse, and the cromoly axle and sealed cartridge bearings keep it spinning smoothly even after it's been bashed, muddied, and ridden for miles and miles. Aggressive pins keep your shoes stuck on like glue and are replaceable, too, so you can stick more in if you bash 'em out on rocks or stumps.
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Vredestein Black Panther Xtreme - TLR - 29in Tire Vredestein Black Panther Xtreme - TLR - 29in Tire
Vredestein worked on developing its new Competition Line of tires with the objective of balancing low weight, high traction, and overall durability. The result is a 10% weight reduction compared to its previous versions, yet it still maintains the same high quality construction that Vredestein is known for. The Black Panther Xtreme 29in TLR Tire stands at the top of this range of tires, as it's lightweight, gripp'y, UST/tubeless-ready, and built for what Vredestein calls 'heavy conditions.' For us, this translates to a tire that readily tackles both wet and dry trails littered with roots, rocks, and everything in between. Vredestein is known for obsessing over the compositions of its rubber compounds and the way that they're applied to specific zones of the tire. It calls this Tricomp X technology, as testing has shown Vredestein engineers where specific rubber compounds and tread patterns work to provide the lowest rolling-resistance and maximum grip in all weather conditions. By using different compounds in the tread and shoulder, and combining this with a knob structure specifically suited to these compounds, the tire provides a well-balanced blend of speed, grip, and low overall weight. The Xtreme differs significantly from Vredestein's standard Black Panther and Xtrac versions, in that it uses varying knob sizes that have been arranged in a different pattern. And while the original Black Panther and Xtrac iterations employ a central row of knobs, the Xtreme uses more of a staggered arrangement with open 'pockets' down the center. Additionally, the side knobs were beefed up, growing both taller and wider in order to provide enhanced bite on the sidewalls. The advantage of this tread arrangement is that you receive improved overall grip in wet conditions, increased mud-shedding capabilities, and enhanced cornering traction in comparison to both the original and Xtrac versions. Similar to the other Black Panthers, the Xreme is UST/tubeless-ready. Vredeste...
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WTB 27.5in Plus Presta Mountain Tube WTB 27.5in Plus Presta Mountain Tube
With the seemingly sudden advent of 27. 5+ tires, heading out without your own spare tube is a lot more of a gamble than it would be with your traditional 29er since most well-meaning fellow trail riders will probably not have a corresponding tube to help you out. Stock up on WTB's 27. 5in Plus Presta Mountain Tubes while you wait for the rest of the world to catch up to the 27. 5+ trend so you never end up cutting a ride short because of a flat.
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WTB Breakout TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5in WTB Breakout TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5in
You're riding a big-boy bike these days, so bail on your slow, cautious, smooth-as-a-baby's-bottom tires for the fast, nobbly burliness of the WTB Breakout TCS 27. 5in Tire. The Breakout's large but speedy 2. 3in width and oversized edge knobs keep you gripping like a maniac when you lean into turns, and the fast-rolling belts of center tread help you keep up a good clip when you're climbing or hammering down rolling trails. This particular Breakout comes complete with WTB's speed-oriented lightweight casing, which conforms to the ground to give you plenty of grip without weighing you down. Indeed, it weighs just 888g, which is over 200g lighter than the "Tough" version of this same tire. The TCS aramid bead lets you run the Breakout with or without tubes, too, depending on your preference.
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WTB Breakout TCS Tire - 27.5in WTB Breakout TCS Tire - 27.5in
You're not riding with training wheels anymore (we assume), so ditch your slow, cautious, smooth-as-a-baby's-bottom tires for the gnarly, nobbly burliness of the WTB Breakout TCS 27. 5in Tire. The Breakout is large-and-in-charge 2. 5in width and oversized edge knobs keep you gripping like a maniac when you lean into turns, but the fast-rolling belts of center tread help you keep up a good clip when you're climbing or hammering down rolling trails. This particular Breakout comes in two versions, the FR (fast rolling) and HG (high grip). Both use WTB's extra-tough Enduro casing for durability, but the FR checks in at 43g lighter by substituting a lighter, faster Dual DNA rubber for the HG's burlier Gravity DNA compound. If you're riding more XC and trail, the Dual DNA is what you want, but the Gravity DNA is ideal for the more enduro-inclined among us.
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WTB Breakout TCS Tough HG Tire - 27.5in WTB Breakout TCS Tough HG Tire - 27.5in
WTB's Breakout TCS Tough HG 27. 5in Tire is a big, burly, trail-gobbling beast, with a special High Grip casing that makes short work of everything from sand to slickrock to damp ground. By using a Gravity DNA rubber compound, which layers a softer 45a rubber sheath over a harder 60a inner layer, the Breakout HG achieves a glue-like grip that the harder rubber of the Fast Rolling (FR) versions can't match. Throw in oversized edge knobs for even more cornering power, and the Breakout is a beast on any type of slick or turny terrain. It's not a one-trick grip pony, though. The center of the tire employs fast-rolling belts of lower-profile tread that help you turn the pedals over when you're keeping on the straight and fast. The Breakout Tough HG is seriously durable, too, with an Enduro casing that doubles down on the protection of the Light HG so you can tackle tough trails and rocky descents at speed without worrying about tearing your tire to shreds. It can be run with tubes or without, as well, depending on your preference, because the TCS aramid bead will hug the rim no matter how you're set up.
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WTB Bridger TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5 Plus WTB Bridger TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5 Plus
The WTB 27. 5 Plus Bridger TCS Light FR Tire boasts squared off knobs with strategic spacing to tackle any terrain in almost any weather. Built for everything from summer fat bike adventures in the wilderness to bombing your favorite local trails, this tire is ready to rock the dirt, sand, and snow. The Bridger features WTB's Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) bead for easy, reliable seating and excellent flat protection when paired with TCS sealant. A lightweight, protective casing topped with a fast-rolling Dual DNA compound provides compliant durability and grip for many a day on the trails. Medium knob spacing provides ample traction in both dry and wet conditions, with the squared knob shape leaving extra clearance for mucky surfaces. The Bridger's rounded profile allows full contact for the knobs when shredding corners for better grip and greater confidence when carving the trail.
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WTB Bridger TCS Tough HG Tire - 27.5 Plus WTB Bridger TCS Tough HG Tire - 27.5 Plus
While no tire can be perfect in every condition, WTB's 27. 5 Plus Bridger TCS Tough HG Tire gets pretty darn close with big, squared off knobs strategically placed to grip hard in nearly any terrain and almost any weather. This tire's built for everything from bombing your favorite local trails to summer almost-fat-bike wilderness excursions with plush traction in dirt, sand, and snow.The Bridger features WTB's Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) bead for easy, reliable seating and excellent flat protection when paired with TCS sealant. A tough Enduro casing topped with a durable yet fast-rolling Gravity DNA compound provides compliant durability and grip for many a day on the trails. Medium knob spacing provides ample traction in both dry and wet conditions, with the squared knob shape leaving extra clearance for mucky surfaces. The Bridger's rounded profile allows full contact for the knobs when shredding corners for better grip and greater confidence when carving the trail.
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WTB Convict TCS Light HG Tire - 27.5in WTB Convict TCS Light HG Tire - 27.5in
Hit your lines with confident control on WTB's Convict TCS Light HG 27. 5in Tire. Burly lugs and multidirectional channels grip hard under pressure so you can focus on your run instead of worrying about your tires. A lightweight casing adds protection without excess bulk and gets topped with WTB's Gravity DNA dual compound. Utilizing a layer of durable 60a durometer rubber to provide support for a soft, grippy 45a outer compound, Gravity DNA offers sticky traction in almost any conditions. The Convict encourages you to clean bigger drops, rail tight corners, and push the boundaries of what you though possible.
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WTB Convict TCS Tough FR Tire - 27.5in WTB Convict TCS Tough FR Tire - 27.5in
WTB's Convict TCS Tough FR 27. 5in Tire isn't just your average gravity tire - it's a beefy grip monster that eggs you on to push the limits on big runs in gnarly terrain. It features WTB's Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) bead for easy, reliable seating along with excellent flat protection when paired with TCS sealant. The Tough casing features a double layer for added protection and gets topped with a fast-rolling Dual DNA compound provides compliant durability and grip for many a day on the trails. Beefy knobs with moderate spacing dig in for ample traction in both dry and wet conditions, with the squared knob edges leaving extra clearance for mucky surfaces.
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WTB Convict TCS Tough HG Tire - 27.5in WTB Convict TCS Tough HG Tire - 27.5in
With its beefy lugs and multidirectional channels, the WTB Convict TCS Tough HG 27. 5in Tire grips so well that you'll almost feel like you're cheating the competition. Featuring WTB's Gravity DNA compound, this tire's tread utilizes a layer of durable 60a durometer rubber providing support for a soft, grippy 45a outer compound for sticky traction in almost any conditions. Drop in, dig in, and attack the run with confidence that this tire is built to shred drops, rocks, and any other gnarliness you'll encounter along the way.
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WTB Nine Line TCS Light Tire - 29in WTB Nine Line TCS Light Tire - 29in
Some tires are built to handle the gnarliest terrain and some are built to grip like crazy, but the WTB Nine Line TCS Light 29in Tire is built to roll like the dickens. Where burlier tires employ sticky but slow knobs, the Nine Line has slimmed-down micro blocks that provide quality side-to-side traction with uninhibited rolling speed. Harder 60a rubber in the center of the tire cruises down smooth singletrack at face-melting speeds, while a grippier 50a compound on the sides provides traction when you're leaning into turns and pedaling through corners. At 2. 25 inches wide, the Nine Line isn't the skinniest XC race tire on the market, but the width just serves to provide extra traction without slowing you down. You can run the Nine Line with tubes or without, as suits your fancy, and the TCS aramid bead won't pop off when you take a big hit. It's light, too, at just 635 grams, so you'll be able to run it on race day without feeling like you're dragging heavy training tires around with you.
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WTB Ranger TCS Light Tire - 27.5+ WTB Ranger TCS Light Tire - 27.5+
The WTB 27. 5+ Ranger TCS Light Tire boasts big outer lugs for confident cornering, fast-rolling center treads, and multi-directional siping to tackle any terrain in almost any weather. The Ranger Light's lightweight casing and fast-rolling Dual DNA compound privilege weight loss and grippy compliance. Medium knob spacing provides ample traction in both dry and wet conditions, with the squared knob edges leaving extra clearance for mucky surfaces. The Ranger features WTB's Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) bead for easy, reliable seating along with excellent flat protection when paired with TCS sealant. The Ranger's rounded profile allows full contact for the knobs when shredding corners for better grip and greater confidence when carving the trail.
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WTB Ranger TCS Tough Tire - 27.5+ WTB Ranger TCS Tough Tire - 27.5+
We love the floaty cushion and super-glue traction of plus tires, especially for backcountry bikepacking applications. Those also happen to be the circumstances in which WTB's 27. 5+ Ranger TCS Tough Tire shines. While it's built to privilege longevity and flat-resistance over supple speed, it does share some qualities with its lighter, faster stablemate. Like the Ranger Light, the Tough model features WTB's Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) bead for easy, reliable seating along with excellent flat protection when paired with TCS sealant. It's also got a rounded profile that allows full contact for the knobs when shredding corners for better grip and greater confidence when carving the trail. Tough is no misnomer here, but you may be surprised to learn that the Ranger Tough is built with the same casing as the Ranger Light. The key difference is that WTB doubles up on it, adding a second layer to multiply the puncture resistance. In the brand's parlance, Lightweight casing x 2 = Enduro casing, and that equation was proven in development on the world circuit. That's a reassuring pedigree when you're deep in the bush on a weeklong trip, hauling 50lb of gear, and can't afford to lose a side wall to the fey folk of flat tires and capricious, sidewall-munching gremlins.
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WTB Trail Blazer TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5 Plus WTB Trail Blazer TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5 Plus
The WTB 27. 5 Plus Trail Blazer TCS Light FR Tire features a nearly continuous centerline for smooth speed surrounded by square knobs for traction in dry to damp trail conditions. Built to tackle everything from summer bikepacking adventures in the wilderness to carving your favorite local trails, this tire is ready to play in the dirt, sand, mud, and snow. The Trail Blazer features WTB's Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) bead for easy, reliable seating along with excellent flat protection when paired with TCS sealant. A lightweight, protective casing topped with a fast-rolling Dual DNA compound provides compliant durability and grip for many a day on the trails. Medium knob spacing makes for ample traction in both dry and damp conditions, with the squared knob shape providing extra grip in corners and tricky cambers.
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WTB Trail Boss TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5 WTB Trail Boss TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5
An aggressive XC/all-mountain tire, the WTB Trail Boss TCS Light FR 27. 5 excels in most dry to damp trail conditions. Large, tightly spaced lugs provide grip on damp and loose or hard and dry trails, while the Dual DNA rubber compound blends fast-rolling 60a rubber in the middle of the tire with grippy 50a rubber on the sides for the perfect balance of cornering and speed. The Light FR version has a single-layer lightweight casing to cut down on the ounces, while the Tough and High Grip versions use a more durable double-layer Enduro casing. Other than that they're the same, with an all-mountain 2. 25 or 2. 4in width, and a light, flexible TCS aramid bead that lets you use tubes or go tubeless.
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WTB Trail Boss TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5 Plus WTB Trail Boss TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5 Plus
WTB decided to venture into the momentum-gaining 27. 5+ category, adding a brand new model to its popular, versatile Trail Boss Line. The Trail Boss TCS Light FR 27. 5 Plus Tire stands on its own among the group with burly knobs and three inches of plush width that empower it to make its own lines across terrain. WTB uses its Dual DNA rubber compound and pliant Lightweight casing to construct the tire, which is shaped in a rounded profile with defined cornering channels. The firmer center and softer sidewalls keep the tire responsive on the flats and connected to the ground while carving through switchbacks, while squared-off, openly-spaced lugs also lend plenty of confidence while railing corners in trail conditions ranging from slick granite to sloppy mud. As a finishing touch, the tires feature WTB's Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) bead for easy, reliable seating and excellent flat protection when paired with TCS sealant.
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WTB Trail Boss TCS Light FR Tire - 29 WTB Trail Boss TCS Light FR Tire - 29
Designed for the aggressive XC or all-mountain wagon-wheel lover, the WTB Trail Boss TCS Light FR 29 excels in most dry to damp trail conditions. Large, tightly spaced lugs provide grip on damp and loose or hard and dry trails, while the Dual DNA rubber compound blends fast-rolling 60a rubber in the middle of the tire with grippy 50a rubber on the sides for the perfect balance of cornering and speed. The Light FR version has a single-layer lightweight casing to cut down on the ounces, while the Tough and High Grip versions use a more durable double-layer Enduro casing. Other than that they're the same, with an all-mountain 2. 3in width, and a light, flexible TCS aramid bead that lets you use tubes or go tubeless.
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WTB Trail Boss TCS Tough FR Tire - 27.5 WTB Trail Boss TCS Tough FR Tire - 27.5
There are tires that are engineered for exceedingly specific uses -- riding granite gravel under a full moon, say, or ripping through loam on the third Sunday of July -- but the WTB Trail Boss TCS Tough FR Tire isn't one of them. With a tread that's blocky enough to dig into loose ground but smooth enough to roll without excessive drag, it's built to handle any terrain you ride, from desert slickrock to wet PNW trails to the slick roots and rocks of New England. Available in both 2. 25-inch and 2. 4-inch widths, the Trail Boss uses WTB's Dual DNA rubber compound, which employs harder 60a durometer rubber in the center of the tire for low-resistance rolling and softer 50a rubber at the sides for improved grip and cornering. It also doubles up on protection with a rugged Enduro casing. The extra-tough casing, and a few grams of added durability, are the only differences between the Trail Boss TCS Tough and TCS Light. Even on off-camber trails, the Trail Boss's staggered side knobs will keep you from sliding out, while the rounded center knobs will keep you rolling quickly over hard, smooth terrain.
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WTB Trail Boss TCS Tough FR Tire - 29in WTB Trail Boss TCS Tough FR Tire - 29in
There are tires that are engineered for exceedingly specific uses -- riding on sandstone between 7:30 and 9, say, or crushing DH laps within a 30-mile radius of Whistler -- but the WTB Trail Boss TCS Tough FR 29in Tire isn't one of them. With a tread that's blocky enough to dig into loose ground but smooth enough to roll without excessive drag, it's built to handle any terrain you ride, from sandy desert singletrack to damp loam to bobbly rock gardens. Available in both 2. 25-inch and 2. 4-inch widths, the Trail Boss uses WTB's Dual DNA rubber compound, which employs harder 60a durometer rubber in the center of the tire for low-resistance rolling and softer 50a rubber at the sides for improved grip and cornering. It also doubles up on protection with a rugged Enduro casing. The extra-tough casing, and a few grams of added durability, are the only differences between the Trail Boss TCS Tough and TCS Light. Even on off-camber trails, the Trail Boss's staggered side knobs will keep you from sliding out, while the rounded center knobs will keep you rolling quickly over hard, smooth terrain.
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WTB Vigilante TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5in WTB Vigilante TCS Light FR Tire - 27.5in
The trails can be a lawless place. Pedal-churning MAMILs, high-school hotshots, and wanna-be DH pros all think they own the place, and sometimes the only thing preventing anarchic pileups is the obscenely grippy WTB Vigilante TCS Light FR 27. 5in Tire. Big, open knobs provide grip on wet and loose or hard and dry trails, while the Dual DNA rubber compound blends fast-rolling 60a rubber in the middle of the tire with grippy 50a rubber on the sides for the perfect balance of cornering and speed. The Light FR version has a single-layer lightweight casing to cut down on the ounces, while the Tough and High Grip versions use a more durable double-layer Enduro casing. Other than that they're the same, with an all-mountain 2. 3in width, and a light, flexible TCS aramid bead that lets you use tubeless or go tubeless.
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WTB Vigilante TCS Light FR Tires - 29in WTB Vigilante TCS Light FR Tires - 29in
There's a new justice-dispensing civilian hero in town, and it goes by the name WTB Vigilante TCS Tough HG 27. 5in Tire. It's a mouthful, sure, but the Vigilante is ready to put criminally rugged, twisty, and fast trails in their place with WTB's grippy Dual DNA rubber and fast, lightweight casing. Both fall on the light end of WTB's spectrum -- hence the name -- so you'll be able to rip cross-country, all-mountain, and trail rides without worrying about burning up excess energy turning your tires' rotational mass. The FR (Fast Rolling), means this particular version of the Vigilante was designed to turn over with minimal effort, but its blocky open tread leaves no doubt as to how well it'll hang on when you lay it over in a corner. At just 900g, it's by far the lightest Vigilante 29er tire, and it's also been endowed with WTB's tubless-ready TCS aramid bead, so you can run it however you want.
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WTB Vigilante TCS Tough FR Tire - 29in WTB Vigilante TCS Tough FR Tire - 29in
Trails don't have sheriffs, constables, or lawmen, so it's up to the riders to keep order. Huge crashes and pileups aren't what anyone is looking for, and sometimes the only thing preventing catastrophic pileups is the obscenely grippy WTB Vigilante TCS Tough FR 29in Tire. Big, open knobs provide grip on wet and loose or hard and dry trails, while the Dual DNA rubber compound blends fast-rolling 60a rubber in the middle of the tire with grippy 50a rubber on the sides for the perfect balance of cornering and speed. The Tough FR (Fast Rolling) and and HG (High Grip) versions use a double-layer Enduro casing to beef up the Vigilante, while the Light version features a single-layer casing that offers moderate weight savings. Other than that, they're the same, with an all-mountain 2. 3in width, and a light, flexible TCS aramid bead that lets you use tubes or go tubeless.
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WTB Vigilante TCS Tough HG Tires - 27.5 WTB Vigilante TCS Tough HG Tires - 27.5
Unruly trails need to be put in their place, and the WTB Vigilante TCS Tough HG 27. 5in Tires are ready to lay down the law with rugged Gravity DNA rubber and a bombproof Enduro casing. Both fall on the tough end of WTB's spectrum -- hence the name -- so you'll be able to rip enduro, trail, and even a little bit of downhill without worrying about punctures. The initialism "HG" means this particular version of the Vigilante was designed to deliver unparalleled grip, and its blocky open tread leaves no doubt as to how well it'll hang on when you lay it over in a corner. At 1,140g, it's definitely on the heavy end of the Vigilante scale, but that's the tradeoff you make with a tire this burly. It's also been endowed with WTB's tubless-ready TCS aramid bead, so you can run it however you want.
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Yeti Cycles ASR-C/ASR5/ASR5-C Derailleur Hanger Yeti Cycles ASR-C/ASR5/ASR5-C Derailleur Hanger
There's nothing worse than the sickness and dread that comes when a stick whacks your derailleur hanger and you realize that you're about to embark on an eight mile hike back to the trailhead. And those uber-stiff carbon soled shoes you bought last week' Well, they're great for serious hammering (while you're on the bike), but they're not ideal for a nice leisurely walk through the woods. Do yourself a favor and keep a Yeti Derailleur Hanger in your repair kit. In a matter of minutes you'll have the old mangled unit off the bike, and be ready to get back on the trail. Your friends will probably appreciate the respite from the arduous pace that you'd been keeping aboard your Yeti anyway. This Yeti Derailleur Hanger will fit on the ASR Carbon, the ASR5, the ASR5 Carbon, and the 2011+ 575. It comes with replacement fasteners.
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Yeti Cycles SB-66 Carbon Rear Derailleur Hanger Yeti Cycles SB-66 Carbon Rear Derailleur Hanger
Accidents are unavoidable on the trail, and as a result, an all-too-common symptom is a bent or broken derailleur hanger. Sadly, even the almighty Yeti SB-66 Carbon is prone to the occasional disruption of service. So, regardless whether you're preparing for your own future crashes, or you're simply replacing the hanger that you've already broke, the SB-66 Carbon Rear Derailleur Hanger is what you've been looking for. Remove, replace, and get riding again. The SB-66 Carbon Rear Derailleur Hanger is available in One Size and is intended for use with the Yeti SB-66 Carbon frame.
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