Race-day, attack mode A slimmed-down version of our popular Trail perch, the Nukeproof Race saddle sheds essential grams for a high-performance focus. Weighing in at just 239g, the Race features a slimmer profile in comparison to its trail-orientated cousin, but shares the same 275mm x 132mm dimensions making it suitable for a wide range of riders. Reduced padding saves weight and delivers a stiffer pedalling platform, appealing to competitive riders for whom optimum power transfer takes priority over long-ride comfort. The Race saddle base is shaped towards the rear to support sit bones and promote soft tissue circulation, and features an elongated nose to allow easy movement and positional changes, such as when climbing in the seat. Built using our exclusive CrN Ti alloy rail compound for improved strength-to-weight ratio, the Nukeproof Race saddle also features a tear-resistant two-piece Lorica cover with embossed graphics for added grip in wet and muddy conditions with Kevlar scuff
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I was looking at getting a khs sixfifty 6500 to race xc but I think 140mm is too much for a xc race bike but I would be going down some gnarly descents but there would also some big climbs. I am having a hard time deciding on what to get I would prefer to get a 650b though. :confused:Read More »
Wondering what peoples thoughts are regarding type of race for first real mtb race. There is a short track race coming up and I am thinking it might be a good start. Track is 1000meters and you ride as much as you can in 45 minutes....seems simple enough concept.
i have been riding for years but nev ... Read More »
Hello Soggy Bottom fans! Race day updates will be posted on this thread throughout the day. The race began this morning at 9:00 in Hope, Alaska.
12:30 - the first riders arrived at Cooper Landing - John Lackey (first soloist), Team Speedway (first relay team).
Weather conditions are reported to ... Read More »
Looking to change out my crankset. I ride singlespeed and really don't see the point of buying a double or triple, removing the ring(s) and than try to sell them.
Makes more sense to me to buy a dedicated SS crankset, unless someone can convince me otherwise.
Anyway, I'm looking at Race Face Turb ... Read More »