MRP Stage 29er Forks

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With up to 170mm of travel for the 26 / 27.5” model and 150mm of travel for the 29” model the Stage offers plenty of controlled, supple, and refined suspension for high-speed descents and rowdy terrain. 34mm stanchions, the QtapeR 15mm axle, and a robust cast magnesium lower with oversized arch keep the Stage on track in any situation.

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Thoughts on single-stage vs two-stage regulators for brazing?

I need to complete my brazing setup and I'm stuck on a decision regarding regulators. I'd like to buy them (along with tanks) from my LWS, but I've been pricing them online to get an idea of the cost. Looks to me like two-stage are about triple the price for a comparable single-stage. Yowza! I know ... Read More »

Recommend me a hydration system for mtb stage racing.

I will be doing Iron Bike in July, an eight day mtb stage race across northern Italy. I am told its a good idea to have a hydration pack as there can sometimes be a long way between feed stations, and also because its mandatory we carry space blanket and extra clothing etc, so will be nice to not ha ... Read More »

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Stage 3 Restrictions (closures) on the Sandia Rd Coming.

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Transition Stage Time Limit?

So one thing I haven't workout out about enduro races: Do people actually get eliminated because they don't make the time limit in the uphill transition stages? I've seen videos with people walking the transition stages, riding casually, and riding balls-out. Does it depend on the race? Thanks!Read More »

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