Posts Tagged ‘MTB Products’
Probably the best investment you could make with regard to your bike is a good set of brakes but some times a good set could cost you anywhere from $300-$500 a wheel. Formula broke the price and quality barrier when they released their RX 2011 brakes this year. Now you can get a good set of brakes for an AM/FR rig for $140-150 a wheel. Read Full Post
Push’d Fox Fork, rebuilt 5 spot, new paint… Dan is stoked for Spring
This is the season for Pugsley. Steve is like a farmer’s almanac.. he chose the perfect bike for riding this season. We’ve been blanketed with snow storm after snow storm this winter.
Tire shopping can be annoying. Every one is an expert and every one has “THE” tire they stand behind. I’ve spent some time on the Schwalbe Nobby Nic. Schwalbe is based in Germany and has been making tires since 1973 (but have been involved with cycling since 1901). I never really heard of them but that doesn’t count for anything. Lets skip the biz education and jump into the tire and the conditions I use it in. Read Full Post
If you don’t live in a cave you probably noticed a trend in MTB protective gear, specifically knee protection, and that’s the introduction of soft pads. It’s nothing new, but a lot of brands are adopting this low profile approach to knee guards and other protective gear. I could be wrong but 661 Kyle Strait Pads set off this trend and most pad manufacturers adopted this style and made their own improvements or tweaks. I’ve spent some saddle time with the Fox Pro Launch Pads and here’s what I thought. Read Full Post