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NS Bike Trailmaster Rim

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NS Bikes Trailmaster Rim 26" 2012. Wheels Rims MTB 26". The Trailmaster rims will be continued in unchanged form for 2011, and will now be available in new finishes. The Trailmaster rim is a high end product made from high quality 6066-T6 heat-treated alloy, about 30% stronger than standard 6061 used ....

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WTB Silverado VS Chromag Trailmaster LTD

I currently have a WTB pure-V and it seems to be to big for me (that's what she said) which brings me to my question, WTB or Chromag? I really like the style of the Trailmaster and have heard a lot of good things about it. The only real reason i'm bringing up with Silverado is because I can get it p ... Read More »

Koski DKG Trailmaster #20

This one came to me as a frame + fork that looked like it hadn't seen much usage over it's lifetime. I've tried to build it up as I imagine it might have looked rolling out the door of Cove Bike Shop some 30+ years ago. Suntour VX derailleur modified for use on over ... Read More »

How to build a Klunker, 1980 Trailmaster Koski catalog

If you ever wanted to build a Klunker, circa 1980, here is the instruction manual, the Koski/Trailmaster catalog from 1980. This has all of the components that were available back then. Most of these parts were not brand new in 1980 so they would have been used on the earlier bikes as well. I sca ... Read More »

2010 NS Bikes Trailmaster & Fundamental Rims

One of the most important new releases for NS this year are the two rim models. Both are specifically designed for freestyle mountain bikes, and both are 100% custom designed by NS. Erenes, the product manager of NS and his team spent over a year analysing every single aspect of the design, the mate ... Read More »

chromag lynx or trailmaster?

have noticed several of you cats are sporting a chromag saddle on your knolly. i know its all personal preference and you really have to try a seat first hand, but anyone tried both and can say what the differences feel like between the lynx and trailmaster? im looking to try one hoping they a ... Read More »

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