Min-Maxed-Metal: WTB KOM Light & Tough Rims
Many months on WTB's excellent answer for riders sticking with aluminum rims for the price, ride quality, or application.
Living With A Lust For Luxury
Andrew Major can justify almost every part of his bikes, even the Gucci ones, according to the doctrine of min-maxing. Almost...
TEARDOWN | EDITORIAL
A Chris King RingDrive Hub Experience, Part 1
The legendary Chris King RingDrive rear hub in two parts. First up, a teardown of an ISO B boost hub (and a litany of anecdotes).
PISTONS & PIVOTS
Caleb Smith's 1985 Suzuki SJ413V (Samurai) and Kona Process 134 CR DL 29
'Lucy' is a handy little four-wheeler that does double duty as a daily driver for Kona's Kiwi marketing manager
The Best Of Lubes vs The Rest Of Lubes
Choosing the right lubes for the right jobs can have a big impact on the life of your parts - here are a few that are either proven or promising...
One Headset For Life
There was a time when you could pass extra sweet components on from bike to bike because standards didn't change...
Boost Spacing Shouldn’t Matter
Do you have some wheels or hubs that have become heirlooms because of Boost spacing? You should be able to boost them...
CHRIS KING 40th ANNIVERSARY 5010
The muted components and paint make this stand out from recent Santa Cruz machines - and since there are only 40 that makes sense...
Chris King in Japan
Chris King's ideas about conservation, attention to detail and craftsmanship likely translate very well into Japanese...
Things I’ve Learned About Bikes
“When I was a kid, bike shops were my babysitter. I could sit for hours in a bike shop and just stare at bikes…”