The Niner Carbon Seatpost is an excellent way to experience the comfort and ride quality of carbon. The unidirectional finish complements our carbon frames and the alloy post head is tough and light, a no-nonsense solution for adding performance to your ride.
I decided to give a Carbon seatpost a shot, I've only used thomson in the past. I'm very impressed with the ride quality of the Carbon post to steel frame. I've never had a issue with the post slipping or creaking. and decided to order on for all my rigs.
I bought a IF 26inch steel frame to convert to a 27.5 650b bike. I love 29ers but thought I would try a 650 for the local trails which are twisty turny quick up and downs. I vaguely remember feeling that the 26in accelerated more quickly than my 26ers but I loved having the bigger 29 wheel to roll ... Read More »
I'm planning to build a carbon bike and have most of the tools. A couple questions I have:
I'll need remove the crown race on my current fork -- how tough is it to remove with just a hammer and screw driver?
What do you recommend putting on the bottom bracket (teflon tape?)
Should I pick u ... Read More »
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I'm looking for a carbon fork and I'm deciding between the On-One and the Carver. I ride a Bianchi Rita & want something that will work well with the geo. any thoughts on these two forks?
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