Behind the Bikes: Fezzari’s New Alloy Full Suspension Line from Concept to Trail

Behind the Bikes: Fezzari’s New Alloy Full Suspension Line from Concept to Trail

Fezzari drops three all-new affordable trail bikes. Dig in for the details. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/ePIVWMbFZg0/Behind-the-Bikes-Fezzaris-New-Alloy-Full-Suspension-Line-from-Concept-to-Trail,1848 by Clint Lalonde Interested inMountain bikes, click here.

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Lezyne Alloy Drive pump and ABS2 quick connect chuck review

Lezyne Alloy Drive pump and ABS2 quick connect chuck review

Lezyne’s new ABS2 chuck head transforms a good product into an exceptional one (click to enlarge). Editor’s Note: This review was originally published on June 18, 2016. Longterm Update: March 13, 2017 After a full year of abuse, our test pump developed two issues. The first hiccup was the gauge. It stopped working. This didn’t

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Project Alloy trail bike

Project Alloy trail bike

We chose the Santa Cruz Tallboy 3 for this build because it’s available in both alloy and carbon with similar stiffness numbers. The key difference is weight. Why aluminum? Most educated riders will argue that you will get the best bang for your buck by dressing up an aluminum frame with the nicest components you

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Niner RIP Goes Alloy

Niner RIP Goes Alloy

Carbon bikes offer incredible performance, but alloy bikes are softer on the wallet. Plastic fantastic bikes offer incredible performance, but all that awesome comes at a cost. For those of who don’t pull in six figures, alloy bikes with a hint of carbon are by far the better buy. That’s why Niner has chosen to

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