Maxxis Snyper MTB Tyre BMX riders have longed for an aggressive dirt-specific tire to fill the needs of hardcore jumpers. Long no more. The Snyper 8217;s tread design and high-rated PSI specification are geared toward providing the least amount of rolling resistance while maintaining superb traction in dirt conditions. Featuring Dual Compound Technology, the Snyper is sure to handle like an elite. Maxxis Snyper MTB Tyre Specifications: EXO Protection offered in select models. Designed for low rolling resistance in dirt. Dual Compound Technology. Size (ETRTO): 24x2.00 ( 50-507 ) TPI: 60 Bead: Wire Weight: 650g Max PSI: 65 Compound: Single Buy Maxxis Snyper MTB Tyre Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.
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Hi, my Tomac Snyper has developed a creaking noise from the frame. There is a tech update addressing this. [url]http://www.tomac.com/pdf/TechUpdate1...nPivotBolt.pdf[/url] Has anyone done the fix for this. I am not new to biking, but am new to working on the suspension. Would like any advise on how ... Read More »
I am selling my Tomac Snyper 140 mountain bike. Looking for $1600. It has been VERY good to me over the last couple years and I am sad to be selling it. This is a perfect all around bike from XC to some hard All Mountain riding. This bike can handle it. LOOKING TO SELL ASAP.
-2008 Tomac S ... Read More »
I'm ready to pull the trigger for a trail bike, right now I'm on Zaskar carbon
The candidates are:
- Rocky Mountain Altitude 50 (2010) [URL="http://www.bikes.com/main+en+01_102+ALTITUDE_50.html?BIKE=790&CATID=1&SCATID=3&Y=2010"]http://www.bikes.com/main+en+01_102+ALTITUDE_50.html?BIKE=790&CATID=1& ... Read More »
after month of researching, ordering and wrenching my new trail bike finally came together in june.
below a couple of picture for memory lane - it will never bee that clean and scratch-free again).
ordered the '09 from tomac directly and joel has been a great help to work out some issues with ma ... Read More »
It looks like an all mountain rig is in my future and I've got it narrowed down to these two options right now. I'm trying to do a little digging and find the good and bad news about each of these.
I'm looking for something that will handle some abusive trail riding, but I live in SoCal and most ... Read More »