MTB inner tubes are made of a new butyl mixture, particularly resistant and supple, extruded with 0.9 mm thickness. The resistance of the new mixture ensures a great puncture resistance and a good retention of pressure.
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I'm thinking about building up a wheel with a 135 eccentric hub. I plan to use the wheel on SS 29er hardtails (probably Niner bikes). Will 135 be around on most 29er hardtails or do you think everything will start switching to 142? I want to make sure I don't spend $500 on a wheel and then have i ... Read More »
I have an old 90's Cannondale F400 hardtail frame, with lugs for rear-derailleur. Problem is the spacing for rear dropouts is 4 3/8" (as opposed to standard 5.5"). None of my wheelsets will fit!
In the pic is an old 90's Ritchey wheelset with freewheel..which I can play with the spacers to "mak ... Read More »
I was thinking, the XX1 (and the upcoming X01) both have a 10t smallest cog int he back. That's because a 9t sprocket (it was tested by Sram/specialized using the Shimano commuter grouppo cog) had a polygon effect, that was too noticeable for enjoyable cycling. I still fear a 42-10 range is a bit sm ... Read More »
Time for me to get a new bike and I've narrowed it down to two choices. Both bikes are pretty much the same one has 2x10 and the other has the standard 3x10 set up. Is there really an advantage to going 2x10? I don't really use the little ring much but am a little concerned there may be times when I ... Read More »