Haro Steel Reserve 1
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News Roundup - Week of October 1st

Some exciting news this week with Haro announcing a new line of dirt jump bikes, OneUp adds to their EDC lineup, and SRAM unveils a new carbon XC wheelset and TyreWiz 2.0.

Haro Bikes Release Steel Reserve Collection

Haro dropped a new line of steel frame dirt jumpers rounded out with three build kits to choose from. This new collection draws on their 40 years of experience in the BMX game to produce a dirt jump bike with modern geometry made out of 4130 Chromoly. The spec levels offered are called 1, 2, and 3 in 'ascending order of dopeness'.

Frames are made of 100% Seamless Chromoly and feature: Integrated Head Tube, Removable Brake Hardware, Invest Cast Dropouts with Built in Chain Tensioners.

It appears as though Haro has put some major thought into the build kits and it shows. All bikes get treated to 36-hole double wall rims and 50mm rise bars, with the Steel Reserve 2 and 3 being equipped with an X-Fusion slant air and Marzocchi Bomber DJ forks, respectively. I must add, opting for a rigid chromoly fork on the Reserve 1 as opposed to a heavy and low quality coil sprung fork that other bikes in this price range tend to have is a smart move!

Pricing, Availability and Colour Options

Steel Reserve 3 - $1,999.99 USD - Gloss Translucent Atlantic Blue or Matte Black

Steel Reserve 2 - $1,399.99 USD - Gloss Translucent Atlantic Blue or Matte Black

Steel Reserve 1 - $899.99 USD - Matte Black

Steel Reserve 1s and 3s are currently available from the Haro site, and the Reserve 2 will be available shortly. There will also be a frame only option although the pricing has yet to be announced.

It's a timely release from Haro, especially considering that we are now entering the rainy season, and the weather the past few days has had me cowering inside. If you live on the North Shore there are plenty of local dirt jump and pumptrack spots to have fun on a bike like this, or for this time of year North Shore bike Park is a great place to check out to fine tune your riding skills during the winter regardless of the weather.

More info at https://harobikes.com.

NEW OneUp Tube Strap Mount and EDC Inline Pump Mount

OneUp’s EDC line of tools, pumps and mounts are trail side essentials many of us carry on every ride. The OneUp EDC system helps eliminate the need for a pack on your hip or back.

OneUP EDC Inline Pump Mount and Tube Strap Mount

EDC Tube Strap Mount

The new EDC Tube Strap Mount is a neater way to attach a spare tube or other small items to your bike. It attaches to the accessory mounts found underneath the top tube on many frames. The strap mount includes a flexible rubber OneUp gear strap that securely holds gear in place, doesn’t absorb water and is easy to clean if it gets muddy. It’s way better than velcro.

19.50 USD / 24.50 CAD / €19.50 / £24.50

EDC Inline Pump Mount

The EDC Inline Pump Mount hides the mighty EDC Pump loaded with a V2 EDC Tool under your top tube. The molded plastic mount and thick rubber strap keep the EDC Pump securely in place.

$19.50 USD / $24.50 CAD / €19.50 EU / £24.50 UK

For more info or to order OneUp EDC parts (or their other phenomenal droppers and components) head to https://oneupcomponents.com.


Zipp announced two new lightweight XC wheels today, both are light weight, have a 30mm inside width, and a lifetime warranty.

From SRAM: The 1ZERO HITOP carbon rim complies with the terrain thanks to Zipp’s proprietary HITOP Technology for carbon layup. The result is a light XC race or adventure wheel that carries speed through all sections of the trail, rocks, roots, and ruts with the durability required for a trail bike with up to 130mm of travel.

The new Zipp XC wheels are available in two models:


  • The 1ZERO HITOP SW opts for a ZM2 SL hub with 66 points of engagement
  • XD or Microspline driver-body options
  • Includes the Tyrewiz 2.0 pressure monitoring system
  • Rim inside with 30mm, Rim depth 21.2mm
  • Weighs 1325g
  • $1,950 USD for the pair
  • Lifetime Warranty


  • The 1ZERO HITOP S opts for a ZM900 SL hub with 52 points of engagement
  • XD or Microspline driver-body options
  • Does not include the Tyrewiz 2.0 pressure monitoring system
  • Rim inside width 30mm, Rim depth 21.2mm
  • Weighs 1495g
  • $1,350 USD
  • Lifetime Warranty

More info on Zipp wheels: https://www.sram.com/en/zipp

Tyrewiz 2.0

From SRAM: Tires connect your bike to the road or trail. So, it’s no surprise that optimized tire pressure directly enhances your comfort, rolling resistance, and speed. TyreWiz 2.0 is redesigned for accuracy and greater compatibility for differing rim depths to provide precise pressure data in real-time for your best ride. Lightweight and durable, using LED lights to indicate when tire pressure is outside of the target range with an alert for low or high tire pressure.

Running optimal tire pressure is a crucial factor in maximizing the speed and performance, especially on modern wheels. Allows you to make decisions affecting rolling resistance, traction, tire wear, and rider comfort.

Interfaces with the SRAM AXS app to provide personalized tire pressure recommendations. With a universal rim adaptor and multiple valve lengths, the device sits flat on road or MTB rims. With the standard hand pump measuring at only +/-5% accuracy, TyreWiz 2.0 eliminates barriers by taking the guesswork out of tire pressure to make you faster.

Tyrewiz 2.0

TyreWiz 2.0 Features

  • +/-2% accuracy at a resolution of .1 PSI
  • Waterproof and dust proof (IPX7)
  • Personalized tire pressure recommendations in the AXS smartphone app for iOS and Android
  • Inexpensive and widely available CR1632 battery lasts up to 300 hours.
  • Lightweight at 10 grams
  • Adaptable to multiple rim and rim depths using different length valve stems and square or round rubber grommet seals
  • ANT+ and Bluetooth compatible for live tire-pressure display while riding with most head units.
  • 2-year warranty
  • $150 USD (Including sensors, batteries, and valves)

Learn more about TyreWiz 2.0: https://www.sram.com/en/quarq/series/tyrewiz

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I already know my tubeless setup has lost air, I don't need tpms for that!


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