Another US-manufacturer just launched their headset line. Minnesota’s Wolf Tooth offers a variety of designs, with custom Seals, featuring Enduro Stainless Bearings, and are made in Minnesota. See more at Wolf Tooth.
Call it a comeback. Many tire manufacturers have embraced the demand for gumwall tires and now, you can add Teravail to that list. Their Cannonball (700x35mm,38mm,42mm,) Rampart (650bx47mm,) and Coronado (27.5×3″) tires all come in a dark tan sidewall, in Teravail’s light and supple casing. Head to your local dealer to order and over to Teravail for more information.
Got a saddle pack that sways too much when it’s loaded down on a bikepacking trip or commute? The team at Woho Bike has just the solution for those pesky, swinging packs; the Xtouring ANTI SWAY Saddle Bag Stabilizer. It locks onto most all saddle rails and inserts on the side of your pack. The best part is, the arms of this stabilizer can hold extra water or cargo cages. See more at Woho Bike.
Moskito, the made in Switzerland, analog interface cycling computer that fits on your stem cap or wrist, has teamed up with Chris King to match their matte Punch finish in a limited run, available for pre-order this Friday. This run is limited to 24 pieces, so if pink is your thing, don’t miss out! Head to Moskito for more information.
The Big Iron is Why Cycles’ response to the fatbike the brand has received. It is a modern titanium fat bike built around 27.5 wheels, with all specs suited for snow riding, bikepacking, and just about any other use you can think of. Check out more specs and photos below, or at Why Cycles. (more…)
Not every bike has provisions for a fender, but that doesn’t mean your mates need to be sprayed in the face. The newly designed Fendor Bendor has a width big enough to cover a 32-55mm tire, is only 61 grams, and will last for many rainy rides to come. See more at Ass-Savers.
… head on over to GSC’s Web Shop check them out!
Last year, ENVE relaunched their M Series mountain wheels, with wider profiles, enhanced ride quality, and anti-flat protection. This year, to follow up on this redesign, the brand looked at their mountain cockpits, revising the profiles and clamp diameters. After testing and refinement, ENVE has established two base handlebar constructions; One construction rated for trail and another for gravity. These new M Series handlebars now come in four base models; M5, M6, M7 and M9. The M5 and M6 handlebar models are Trail-Rated, designed for XC and trail riding or racing, while the M7 and M9 handlebar models are Gravity-Rated, and refined for the specific needs of enduro and downhill racing.
Check out profile and pricing information below and expect all other information to drop soon at ENVE.
FYXO’s Melburn Roobaix has hit the lucky 13th year and to commemorate this annual fun ride, these limited edition snapback hats were made, featuring a Black Flag flip with the upside down 13 on the bill. Head to FYXO to pick one up and if you’re attending the Roobaix, have fun out there!
Photos and words by Morgan Taylor
Double drivetrains may currently be out of vogue for off-pavement riding, but I think they really do have a place on today’s gravel and adventure bikes. While the chainring combinations in Easton’s Gravel Shifting Rings introduced today aren’t a new idea by any means, they make a lot of sense with the way people are using their bikes these days. (more…)