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Truvativ Descedant 2016

New Truvativ Descendant components overhaul gravity / all-mountain lineup By Tyler Benedict – Posted on March 22, 2016 – 10:00 am The new Truvativ Descendant cranks are an evolution of the very first Truvativ cranks from that brand’s origin. Think back (or Google it if you’re that young) and you may recall that Truvativ shook …

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OneUp Components Goes 10-50T with its new Shark

OneUp Components Goes 10-50T with its new Shark Hot on the heels of SRAM’s video statement that the front derailleur is dead, comes this announcement from OneUp Components that it’s making both a 50T hop-up kit for Shimano cassettes, and also combined 10-50T cassette (with input from Hope Technology) that will …

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Wait What? A Compressor on the Wheel?

Genius or madness? We’re not really sold on the idea of mounting a compressor to our front wheel, but the portable aircan thing could be a viable replacement for the pump in your pack, if you charge it at home. What do you think? https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/bimp-air-a-new-way-to-manage-the-air#/      

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Ride100% 2016 lineup

100% Launches New Spring 2016 Bike Collection PRESS RELEASE 100% is excited to introduce the new Spring 2016 Bike collection, available now. The new collection includes several new designs and colorways of the Aircraft carbon fiber downhill helmet. Based in SoCal, we took the opportunity to meet up with Loic Bruni …

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Microshift’s 11-Speed Electric Drivetrain

A Sub-$600 Electric Drivetrain? Maybe. It’s been said that you shouldn’t ever talk about sex, politics, or religion in polite company, and I feel like adding electric drivetrains to that list would make sense. It seems that batteries, wires, and the possibility of Skynet hacking into your bike are all …

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New TRP Slate T4 (Gwin’s brakes)

The Quadiem SL brakes may look good, but price wise they are at the premium end of the market at just shy of £200 each end including rotors. With this in mind, we thought we’d first take a look at the TRP SlateT4, a more realistic option for the bulk …

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Troy Lee Designs 2016 !!

​It’s always exciting to see what Troy Lee comes up with, and we always look forward to spring and the release of each new season’s fresh range. First out of the gates, launching today, the 2016 crop of helmets (for apparel, you’ll have to wait just a little longer). Looking for inspiration …

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Nukeproof Horizon Flat Pedal – 3d printed model.

From the first stages of modelling to the finished product, check out how Nuke Proof makes their pedals. A lot of riders call Nukeproof’s pedals the best flat pedals on the market, and who can blame them? It’s a sick piece of machined beauty. Working together with Sam Hill, renowned …

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Shimano Announce Huge Price Drops In U

Reported in the American based Bicycle Retailer website, Shimano have announced price drops in the US market of up to 40% on components above SLX level. Are prices of high end parts about to fall here or is it just a US market adjustment? Speculation abounds as to the reasons …

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[Video] Comparison of RockShox Bottomless Tokens

  RockShox forks offer the ability to adjust how much the air spring ramps up using red colored volume spacers known as Bottomless Tokens. These Tokens add bottom out support and alter the ride height, which can be great for aggressive riders. We rode multiple trails at the Whistler Bike …

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