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You might recall Specialized’s “Adventure” lineup from a few years ago. It included frame bags, seat packs, and racks with panniers. Well, the spirit of the Adventure line lives in the new Specialized and Fjällräven racks and bags. Roll on over to Fjällräven to check out the full drop.
We love the Pike. It’s equally at home on a mid-travel hardtail as it is on a full-suspension bike. This morning RockShox announced the all new Pike with three models, Pike with Flight Attendant, Pike Ultimate, and Pike+.
- Charger 3 damper with truly independent High Speed Compression (HSC) and Low Speed Compression (LSC) adjustments and silent rebound damping
- ButterCups dampen high-frequency vibrations
- DebonAir+ airprings, offering a consistent feel across all three fork platforms with tuned positive and negative air volumes
- Pressure Relief Valves eliminate unwanted air pressure build-up in the fork lower leg
- Maxima Plush Dynamic Suspension Lube
- New chassis optimized for travel brackets and intended use case
Check out more at RockShox!
Never content with doing the bare minimum when it comes to their hardtail design, Nukeproof just released the new Scout hardtail with a slew of upgrades:
All new frame: The frame itself has matured slightly. Subtle touches such as moulded protection through to new UDH (universal derailleur hanger) dropouts to name but a few of the upgrades.
“Tweaked” geometry: While Nukeproof loved the way the V2 Scout rode, they still made a few subtle updates to areas such as the seat tube and head tube angles make this latest version even better.
Improved sizing: The new Scout offers size-specific chainstays as well as improved spacing of sizes to match the rest of the Nukeproof range.
Sizing: Scout comes from Small to XL in 275 and Medium to XXL in the 290 version, updated geometry to give the V3 Scout more efficiency to the trails and more attitude on the trails.
Check out more at Nukeproof.
Made in Scalmalloy® using state-of-the-art SLM Additive Manufacturing, a material and a manufacturing process typically reserved for aerospace and motorsport industries, the MYTHOS ELIX stem is the first in a line of cycling products using this new technology. Stems experience a wide variety of forces, especially under maximum efforts. The Elix stem is 15% stiffer in torsion than an equivalent alloy stem while maintaining the same bending stiffness and was designed around these forces.
- Lengths: 100-130mm
- Angle: +/- 8 degrees
- Weight: From 150g (Including hardware)
- Stack height: 45mm
- Clamp Diameter: 31.8mm
- Material: Scalmalloy®
- Hardware: Titanium M5x0.8 x 16 mm
See more at Mythos.
Last week, Brooks launched their new Take Care Initiative: a platform to share how riders can best look after their favorite Brooks products, keeping each on the road longer. A unique approach to sustainability in the world of “buy more”, Brooks encourage their customers to instead consume less by using longer. All Take Care resources are now available on the Brooks England website, with easy tutorials, entertaining videos, and the right information to ensure your ride continues to be an enjoyable one on the right path towards better roads ahead.
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Illustration by @bicyclepubes
Bicycle Pubes is raising money for Ukraine and Planned Parenthood by drawing YOUR bike. Head on over to Mr. Pubes’ Instagram to see how you can get your bike drawn…
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