Bontrager Rhythm Elite Shorts

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MSRP : $120.00

Product Description

  • Stretch nylon shell is lightweight and durable
  • Zippered front thigh vents provide ventilation
  • Easy-adjust waist ensures a secure fit
  • Zippered, double-snap front
  • 15" (38cm) inseam for pad compatibility

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2014 Rhythm Elite TLR 29er Wheelset

Has anyone had any issues with this wheel set ? I have a 2010 Rumblefish that I received when I broke my 2008 HiFi Deluxe, I am finally upgrading the fork to a 120mm Fox Float from the old 100mm 29RL that came on the HiFi. Now I need a 15mm thru front wheel and might as well update the wheel set.Read More »

bontrager rhythm elite vs easton have

Please help me decide on which to get. I can get a good deal on both. Im more concerned about durability and ease of service. Bike is a 2013 trek fuel ex and used for trail riding. I weight 170. I think both wheels weight about the same. Bike cam stock with the elites but I dented the rear, big jump ... Read More »

Replacing Bontrager Rhythm Elite TLR

Hey gang, I ride a 2012 Trek Remedy 9. Over the course of the past two years, multiple very amateur attempts at enduro races, and generally pushing myself further on rocky New England trails, I've done a number on my stck wheels. The LBS told me that they think this is the last time they can ... Read More »

Bontrager Rhythm Elite TLR compared to Easton EA70XCT

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Rhythm elite thru axle to quick release?

I'm looking to upgrade my '10 ex8 wheels to Rhythm Elite's I found from a 2013 Slash 9. I don't have a thru axle fork, but these wheels the thru axle hubs. Is there a conversion kit, or can I not use these wheels? They are a great price, and if I can use them I don't want to pass on them.Read More »

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