Mountain biking by nature is hard on its tools. The freehub body is no exception. After a few good hard years, it's not uncommon to see them wear out. Thankfully, it's a rather easy fix. The Mavic MTB Freehub body fits all 135mm spaced Mavic mountain bike wheelsets in their lineup above the CrossTrail Disc (which uses the same freehub body as the Mavic Shimano road wheels). So the CrossMax SL, ST, SLR, SX, etc. would all use this freehub.
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Hi everyone, first post so hope I'm in the right place to ask for a little help choosing my first full suspension mountain bike!
Firstly, I already have a Cube Analogue 2011 hardtail, as it was a huge upgrade from anything I've previously had i loved it and it's been great for the past 2 years.
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I have been doing this for about one year now, and when I research how much bikes are for your common trail riding, not too technical, but plenty of occasional rocks, pebbles to deal with,well I want a good full-suspension bike that rides well and has good components. My upper end of comfortable is ... Read More »
After a week of finding the right angle, modifying the gopro chesty mount, and eating dirt multiple times on the same trail, I finally got an awesome footage (or at least I think). Totally stoke right now, I don't care what the world says (tho feedback are always welcome), but wanted to share it wit ... Read More »
Hello Fellow Bikers!
I need help with converting my 2010 Gary Fisher Marlin to a commuter bike. First task on my list is changing my tires. Currently I have on the stock tires that came with the bike:
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Front: 26 x 2.25" Bontrager Jones XR, Rear: 26 x 2.20" Bontr ... Read More »