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Niner News - Complete Bikes, S.I.R. 9 and New Colors, Autumn Travels

Complete Bikes Introducing more ways to get rolling on a Niner - complete bikes that arrive at your Niner Dealer with all the components necessary to hit the trails. Our Star Builds represent our most popular Niner configurations at various price levels from Mild to Wild: 5-Star Best paired wit ...    Read More »

Review: Rocky Mountain Slayer 70

Rocky Mountain’s goal for the latest iteration of their famed Slayer bike line was to create a world class All-Mountain/Enduro/DH adventure cycle machine.  Easy to pedal, light weight, and fantastic on the downhills.  Did they meet these goals? Pros: Pedals surprisingly well for the amoun ...    Read More »

Review: Fuji SLM 29 1.0

Introduction by Francis Cebedo: We wanted to do something a little special for our review of the Fuji SLM 29 bike so we asked four of our experienced 29er riders to evaluate this one.  Marco Soldano, Isaias Job, Rafael Rius and Chris Sota are four of the most enthusiastic pedalers in Norcal and h ...    Read More »

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New wheelset for older bike

I'm looking to upgrade my 2004 santa cruz bullitt to a 170mm Bomber 66 fork, which uses a 20mm thru-axle so I assume my current Sun Rhyno Lite / deore xt 6 bolt disc hubs will not work. I'm 6'5", 215lbs, call it 220 with camelbak. I don't care about wheel weight, I've broken a couple spokes on ... Read More »

Suggestions for light wheelset for older rider

The stock wheels on my bike are about 2300 gm for the set. I would like to upgrade and specifically lose the added weight. I'm 5'10", 185 lbs and currently riding a hardtail in Vermont on XC trails. No drops, nothing really aggressive. Do like to climb though. Getting along in years but no inten ... Read More »

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