CUT THE DRAG WITH AERO TECH
Jul 15, 2019

CUT THE DRAG WITH AERO TECH

Every part of the frame is designed for a smooth aerofoil section and low frontal area – which is why the “top tube” of the frame is horizontal. To cut turbulence, components such as brakes are sheltered from the wind behind parts of the frame. A steep seat post angle allows the rider to “get on top of his work” in a streamlined position. The “seat tube” diverts airflow smoothly on either side of the rear wheel, as do the short, stiff seat stays. 
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Setting Up Your Suspension
Jul 08, 2019

Setting Up Your Suspension

Setting up your suspension can seem complicated, especially if you talk to your friend who knows all suspension. What you want is a simple and easy to follow guide that can teach you all about suspension and do so quickly. That is why we’ve created you this suspension guide.

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YOUR BIKE NEEDS TENDER LOVE AND CARE
Jul 01, 2019

YOUR BIKE NEEDS TENDER LOVE AND CARE

No matter if you're a new bike rider or cycling veteran. We have some cycling tips and advice to get the most out of your time on two wheels.
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How to Service BB30 & BB86/92 Press-fit Bottom Brackets?
Jun 24, 2019

How to Service BB30 & BB86/92 Press-fit Bottom Brackets?

If you want to keep the performance advantages of a press-fit bottom bracket, you’ll need to keep on top of the maintenance that it requires. Press-fit bottom brackets utilize large bearings that are pressed into the frame. BB30 was devised by Cannondale, and BB86/92 is a Shimano designed standard. They both require similar maintenance, and we’ll be showing you how to keep your bearings bringing you top performance.
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Going 12 Speed on Your Road Bike
Jun 17, 2019

Going 12 Speed on Your Road Bike

XD R stands for XD Road, and it is based off SRAM’S highly successful XD driver for mountain bikes. The simple idea behind XD and XDR drivers was to allow SRAM to bring you a wider gear range by allowing you to run a smaller cog than can currently be fitted on standard freehub bodies.

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6 Rules for What Not to do in Your Workshop
Jun 10, 2019

6 Rules for What Not to do in Your Workshop

When working on your own bike, it is easy to get caught up and make mistakes. It is always best to give yourself enough time to make sure that you aren’t going to make a mistake or develop bad habits. Taking your time is the best way to treat every job; don’t leave workshop time until the very last minute.

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Lightweight Fat Bike Wheels
Jun 03, 2019

Lightweight Fat Bike Wheels

One of the things people always mention about fat bikes is how heavy their wheels are. That doesn’t need to be true, sure some companies love to make heavy wheels and tell you that is what you need, but we want you to enjoy riding, so we created some lightweight fat bike wheels.

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