Next-level mountain biking isn't reached wearing diapers or cut-offs. No, it takes a pair of shorts that won't retain sack sweat or tear due to overly-grabby branches. They've got to be tough, breathable, and most importantly not appear like an elephant-sized deuce resides in your drawers when standing sans bicycle. Sugoi's designers know this, and offer you the Hans Short for performance on two wheelsAAAand a 'load-free' silhouette off.
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My Trigger 29er1 came with a set of Hans Dampfs. I like the tires well enough but after a couple hundred miles the lugs are starting to tear off the sides of the tires. Is this common on these tires? I might get in touch with my LBS and see if they can warranty them.
If I can't get my Hans Da ... Read More »
Lately I've been seeing photos of the Hans Dampf being used by pros with some knobs removed. I've seen this done by Gaint team riders, Lars Stienberg and a few other riders. They all claim reduced weight, faster rolling with out any loss in traction. Some even claimed better corner traction.
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Thought I'd share my experience on here in case someone was thinking of going the route I did.
So I bought a 2012 Spech stumpy comp ht last year and loved this thing. Only part of the bike that left me unimpressed was the tires. Stock it came with spech renegades. I have to admit that they roll ... Read More »
Before I go out and possibly kill myself from my tire popping off the rim just want to make sure I've done things proper.
Over the winter I bought some used Stan's Arch's and just this week got my tire to go with it. The Schwalbe Hans Dampf 29x2.35 - tubeless
2 days ago I mounted the tire on ... Read More »