It takes a lot to earn the namesake of our freeride machine and it is something we do not take lightly. Like its huckster counterpart, these rims live for Extreme Freeriding and Down Hill Racing. The only wheels worthy of running on our Rogue or Dare, their bombproof design features a 32mm Spherical, eyeleted, taper wall rim with 32 Quad Butted spokes that are 3 cross laced. Ellsworth created an out of bounds wheel that rolls and tracks through the worst conditions like no other in its class. And with more spokes at less weight and a versatile axle system that is built for the most harrowing conditions, you can trust these wheels will get you anywhere you want to go FAST.
OldGloryMTB.com is holding a [URL="http://oldglorymtb.com/contest-share-your-trail-builds-with-toolsfortrails-com/"]"Share Your Trail Build" contest[/URL] in conjunction with their recently published [URL="http://oldglorymtb.com/mountain-bike-trail-building-tools-guide/"]Mountain Bike Trail Building ... Read More »
Just an FYI to the Beer Forum posters, Rogue Brewery is having their 7th Annual Brewer's Memorial Ale Fest this weekend at their brewery in Newport, OR. It is such a fun event and celebrates the life of brewmaster John Maier's faithful companion, Brewer, the black lab. As per Rogue, Brewer actually ... Read More »
Our club and some trail works have bought several Rogue Hoes for work on our sanding type soil trails. We have broken several of them where the plate just breaks in half. I was using one last weekend and digging in the ground on one lift the front half of the plate just fell off. Any one else having ... Read More »
Hey all I need a rack for my Nissan Rogue. I was going to go with the Thule T2 but from what I see it has some issues with folding up and hitting the bumper. I dont want to damage my new car so does anyone have any suggestions? I have a 12 Kona Operator Downhill bike that weighs about 37 lbs so I re ... Read More »
As the title already says I have an Ellsworth Rogue frame at home and I want to build it up from scratch with a new fork and a new rear shock. As for the fork I'm leaning towards a Bos Idylle SC with 180mm travel. Regarding the rear shock I consider a Cane Creek Double Barrel, Fox DHX or Bos Stoy. T ... Read More »