Is it Friday yet?! more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/heCAIVjPWZQ/2017-Red-Bull-Rampage-Line-Building-and-Scoping,9909 by gasmith Interested in Road bikes, check it out here for more details.
Only the one in the middle doesn’t have a World Championship medal. Vittoria’s Ken Avery is seen here with Greg Minnaar on the left and Dave Cullinan on the right. We caught up with Ken Avery of Vittoria tires and he gave us the lowdown on what the future holds for them. Vittoria is like
Industry Nine has released a carbon version of their popular BC360 wheelset Industry Nine BackCountry 360 Carbon Wheels When the BackCountry 360 originally debuted it utilized an alloy rim. Now, Industry Nine is rolling out a 27.5 carbon version of this 36mm wide rim. The new PillarCarbon BC360 wheelset weighs 1865g (570g a rim) and
We’ve plucked the MTB goods out of the Maxxis Eurobike catalog so you can easily see which tires suit your needs best. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/Mq7qzwo1xMs/The-Complete-2018-Maxxis-Mountain-Bike-Tires-Guide,1928 by widhibek Interested in Folding mountain bikes, continue reading here.
The front and rear are ready for loose and unpredictable conditions. What is it The Kenda Nevegal used to rule the roost. It was the de facto standard of MTB tires a decade ago, very similar to the Maxxis Minion’s domination of today. But the Nevegal’s design stayed dormant for a while, as it is
When Maxxis announced offerings of some of their current treads in 2.6″, I was like whaaa?! I was excited. Earlier this year, the 2.6″ Maxxis Forekaster won me over for its proficient, playful, and predictable mannerisms. In fact, the Forekaster is going right back on (as a rear) for the summer. Needless to say, I was more
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
Kaysee Armstrong (LIV) opted for an aggressive Maxxis Tomahawk on the front for the 2017 NoTubes Trans-Sylvania Epic. Photo courtesy of Trans-Sylvania Epic Media Team The NoTubes Trans-Sylvania Epic, a cross country mountain bike stage race, is famous for including rocky central Pennsylvania singletrack. The race also includes an enduro competition, with points for the
There are now many tubeless repair kits in the market that are easy to use. One of the greatest advances in the last few years is the migration of mountain bikes toward tubeless tires. Are there any proven advantages to this setup over the traditional inner tube systems? //www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNmrhFubgPs Reasons to go tubeless: 1. Tubeless
Here at GMBN we love tubeless, it’s one of the best value for money upgrades to a Mountain Bike we think you can make. So these are Scotty’s top 5 reasons why you should go tubeless too! You can go tubeless for less than the price of a few tubes and hopefully never have to