Sports is all about being live... watch the recap later.
I see lots of carbon wheels break/crack so the argument that they outlast Al is kind of a myth. A friend of mine went through 3 WR1 agent rims in a month. I think an Al rim with some kind of an insert is the way to go.
The main issue I had with Cushcore was taking the tire on and off. If you can't plug a hole on a trail, you are out of luck as well. Better off running thicker casing tires imo....
the NukeProof ARD does look interesting as something additional.
Are these the same wheels that come on the Stumpy EVO? Those Traverse wheels weigh in at 2.3 kgs.
he wasn't/isn't mainstream but his ideas are becoming that. I'm just surprised it took this long but incremental changes is what the bike industry is all about.
Mondraker pushed the longer reach but geometry as a whole was pushed by Chris Porter. He was doing shorter offsets, steep STA, super slack HTA before anyone. Everyone is playing catch up.
No dig no roost!
just have to look at Instragram for the ding dongs
Stumpy Evo is 328mm. Should come with 165mm cranks.
It's not the video.
Why not support your local shop? With online you have to spend a certain amount for free shipping, sizes/casing not available.
Maxxis are great tires but super pricey. The new Michelin Wild Enduros are worth looking at.... $80 retail.
and you used to like Nevegals...
The more people I meet, the more i like my cats.