Removing your wheels often? Cutter?s Quickie Skewers offer a simple, dependable solution when you?re going between roof rack, to apartment, to the back of your friend?s car and back again. These hardened steel skewers lock your wheels in place, without weighing you down. Rear and front wheel skewers included as well as a seatpost skewer.
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i'm curious about tubeless and want to convert my wheels and want to know how it will affect the wheel weight. let's assume i can find the same tire in the same size and that i'll be running sealant inside.Read More »
With San Diego being in the proverbial oven last weekend I had only planned on early morning beat the heat rides. On Saturday I did a local ride in the early morning and done by 10am I had the rest of the day to waste. I spent it doing some stuff around the house and working on the bike. I finall ... Read More »
If we get rained/snowed out at Gooseberry Mesa next week, we're heading for PHX. It will literally be a 2 day out and back. I've read the sticky (from 2005 and very jumbled) so what (2) or (3) 20-25 mile rides would you suggest we try to ride if we end up in PHX. We can stay wherever we need to so w ... Read More »
I have a 44ti that I installed late last and and I havent had time to ride it yet. What I noticed is that the air bleeds out of it over time? Is this normal?? Like I said its a brand new unused fork. So Im not sure what is going on or why its bleeding out... Any help is appreciated. ThanksRead More »