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Boothstorming Sea Otter: Shimano highlights new XTR 11-speed group

We take a peek inside Shimano’s booth at the Sea Otter Classic which is—not surprisingly—all XTR 11-speed, all the time.   Read More »

Hot News: Shimano releases new 11-speed XTR group with 1x, 2x and 3x configurations

Shimano officially announced the long-anticipated release of a new 11-speed XTR mountain bike component group today in both Race and Trail tuned versions.    Read More »

First Look: Shimano launches hydraulic road, cross brakes for non-electric group

Shimano has announced the release of their first hydraulic road and cross disc brake system for use with mechanical shifters, the ST-RS685 levers and BR-RS785 calipers.    Read More »

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What component group can I use?

Hey all- Looking at building up a mtn bike to ride with the wife (She doesn't like road biking), so I picked up a ~2002 Klein adept comp frame. Pretty sure I can't use 29'ers on it, but what else is/can be used? I know it originally came with the Deore LX group (The FD is still on it), but tha ... Read More »

2011 Niner RIP 9 close to done - component group question...

I am building a 2011 Niner RIP 9 and have everything lined up but components. I had a deal where I could get 2010 SRAM XX for the price of the new 2011 SRAM X0, but was told that I probably would want to avoid XX on a bike like the RIP for what it was intended. I will be trail riding - no XC r ... Read More »

Shimano STEPS - New component group for e-bikes

From a Norwegian forum, a press release from today: [url]http://terrengsykkel.no/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=969589#Post969589[/url]Read More »

Easton Haven component group

I'm seeing so much on the Easton Haven carbon wheels from Sea Otter, but I've also seen a few pictures of new handlebars, stems and posts. Does anyone have more information? I'm not planning on getting the carbon wheels any time soon, but maybe the other parts. Here is a page I found from singletrac ... Read More »

SRAM X-7 or Shimano LX component group

Which is better? The drawback of the SRAM is that it doesn't have a crankset. I was wondering just how entry level these groups are. Where do Shimano Alivio, Acera, and SRAM X-4, X-5 stand if the LX and X-7 are considered "entry level"?Read More »

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