Santa Cruz Releases New Hightower LT, Drops 27.5+ Compatibility

Santa Cruz Releases New Hightower LT, Drops 27.5+ Compatibility

Santa Cruz has just announced a brand new bike: the Hightower LT with 150mm of rear travel. The new Hightower LT doesn’t feature adjustable geometry or concessions for 27.5+ wheels and tires–it’s 29er only. This is quite notable as the original, shorter travel Hightower was Santa Cruz’s first foray into plus territory. Are plus tires being

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First Look: Öhlins RXF 36 27.5 Fork – Sweden’s Big Hit Contender

First Look: Öhlins RXF 36 27.5 Fork – Sweden’s Big Hit Contender

Rippers rejoice! Öhlins releases its first 27.5-inch fork complete with a new crown, improved headset compatibility, tire clearance, Boost axle spacing, and more. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/t2fLniAY-AY/RXF-36-27-5,18806 by jtbradford Looking for Mountain bike parts, check it out here for more details.

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New 2018 Scott Genius Can Run 27.5″, 27.5+, and 29″ Tires – All on the Same Frame!

New 2018 Scott Genius Can Run 27.5″, 27.5+, and 29″ Tires – All on the Same Frame!

After testing the new Scott Spark last year in both the plus and 29er versions, I’ve been waiting eagerly for Scott to bring their new suspension linkage to the Genius platform… and they’ve done just that! Scott has just announced the revamped Genius, which also features a flip chip to switch from 27.5″ wheels to 29″ wheels, without

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Entry-Level Hardtails Are More Capable than Ever – 2018 Mongoose Tyax Supa Trail Expert 27.5+ Test Ride Review

Entry-Level Hardtails Are More Capable than Ever – 2018 Mongoose Tyax Supa Trail Expert 27.5+ Test Ride Review

Mongoose’s self-proclaimed purpose in life is to help get more people into riding bikes and then once they’re hooked, helping them increase their participation in the sport. To help accomplish this goal, Mongoose sells many bikes that are on the affordable end of the spectrum. While you might only associate their brand name with department

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Framed Marquette 27.5+ Long Term Review

Framed Marquette 27.5+ Long Term Review

I’ve had my eye on plus bikes ever since they became a “thing.” Bridging the gap between “normal” mountain bike tires and fat bike tires, plus-size mountain bikes are remarkably versatile, retaining the confidence-inspiring traction of the wider end of the tire spectrum while being a little more nimble with less rolling resistance than true fat

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