TheTerrain makes a greatTraining wheel as well as racing wheel. Featuring a 26mm wide rim for increased stiffness as well as larger hub bearings for increased durability, This wheelset is aTop choice for larger athletes who don't wantTo compromise speed, fast spin up and nimble handling in orderTo get a durable wheel. RIMS:TerrainTubeless Aluminum Disc Rims 26"SPOKES: AC 14 /15 Gauge Spokes Black, AC Brass Nipples Silver 32h 3-Cross Front and RearWEIGHT: Front 839gr, Rear 943gr, Pair 1782grHUB
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I've narrowed my wheel search down to these three. All seem to get good reviews. I'd like to get some opinions before I'll pull the trigger (I'm not in any hurry, I have to sell off a bike and a frame before I spend the money).
So, the facts: 190# rider, hard tail 29er, I'm still more or less ... Read More »
I'm flying out to CO to ride for a week and I've decided to leave my Tallboy at home and bring my new Ibis Mojo HDR. My Hans Dempf 2.35" tires I'm running in Western NC would be miserable for riding in CO for a week.
I've run specialized controls out there in the past on my Tallboy, but they don ... Read More »
I've been riding for around 4 weeks now. I have a Trek 3900 hardtail. I'm 5'10" 160 lbs. My problem is there is steep terrain I know I am capable of climbing, but my back wheel tends to spin out on loose rocks and dirt. Then I have to put a foot down and end up loosing all momentum of the climb and ... Read More »
Hey, I moved out to Denver in Jan and am finally ready to ride some single track. Only problem is I need a bike. I was wondering if a hardtail is out of the question for the terrain here due to rockiness? I am new to mountain biking and want to make the right choice for the majority of the terrain h ... Read More »
You can skip my long version and straight to TL;DR if youd like..
I have some pics I took myself and a video from YT.
Seems alot of tire reviews include phrases like "hard pack , loose clay , loose pack etc"... Im not yet familiar with what each is yet.
Im riding 60% pavement 40% off road. ... Read More »