Thomson MTB Flat Handlebar

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Product Description

While the Elite Dropper seatpost may be the most anticipated product from Thompson, its quiet entry into the handlebar market, with products like this Titanium Mountain Handlebar, could be just as significant. Natural growth of Thomson's product line led them to another cockpit component, which...

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New to MTB, first flat.

Hey guys and gals! I had my first flat tonight while riding. Ive looked over the tire and can't seem to find a puncture. Now, if I do find a puncture on the tire, any thoughts on what tire costs might be for replacement? My tire: Innova IA-2549 26x2.0 I looked on Innovas website and couldn't find ... Read More »

winter/water proof flat peddel MTB shoes

:) Are there any water proof shoes suitable for flat peddles out there? 5:10 seem to get waterlogged and become very heavy and take a long time to dry. what about over shoes options? any recommendation a help :thumbsup:Read More »

Help deciding which flat pedals for my MTB

Hello people. I'm quite new to MTB, so I'm going to need your help. I want to switch the pedals that came with my bike (Rockrider 8.0) as they are platform pedals with that strap to hold my feet (remove that right away). I've done some research and I found out I want to switch to flat pedals in ... Read More »

Searching for a new SPD shoe (Traditional MTB style vs DH flat style)

Let me get a couple things out here to start. Yes I have flats with Five Tens.... they rock but I also using SPD's sometimes. I dont care how the shoes look and am limited in brands because of what I can get for good deals. I am using shimano m785 pedals [IMG] ... Read More »

Looking for some flat platform MTB pedals ? Advice Please

Hey i want to get rid of the stock ones on the bike and upgrade to some decent pedals that will provide me with some decent grip to go along with my shoes . I don't do any crazy trails or anything wild as i just started out but would like something light and provide good traction. Thanks ! Recommend ... Read More »

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