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  1. Misc Components
    We met up with Brendan Moore of Wolf Tooth and he eagerly showed us their new chain guide called the GnarWolf. A lot of thought and engineering when in to this device which is currently availabe in ISCG-05 mount for $64.95. The other mount types will be suported shortly. Wolf Tooth Components...
  2. Misc Components
    The Trail SXR is a lightweight 1x guide designed to be used in conjunction with a narrow wide ring or clutch equipped derailleur. Lowdown: Gamut Trail SXR Guide If you're reading this, you already know why chain guides are awesome. The tricky part is tracking down something that's light and...
  3. Misc Components
    The MRP SXg works with newer 1x systems to help keep the chain in place without introducing drag (click to enlarge). Lowdown: MRP SXg Chain Guide While narrow/wide chainrings and clutch derailleurs have mostly made dropped chains a thing of the past, we still value the added protection of a...
  4. General Discussion
    AbsoluteBLACK has introduced its first upper chain guide specifically designed to work in conjunction with oval chainrings, which are claimed to ensure complete chain control at every angle of the crank's rotation. AbsoluteBLACK already design and manufacture oval narrow-wide chainrings, which...
  5. Misc Components
    The Praxis Lyft carbon crankset is also new for 2016, featuring hollow carbon construction (click to enlarge). Praxis Works came to life six years ago, manufacturing high quality after-market chainrings. Since then, the Santa Cruz, California-based company has expanded its product breadth...
  6. General Discussion
    Building on the success of its existing drivetrain specific product line, OneUp has launched two new Chain Guides. First up is the Bash Guide. Developed with input from EWS World Champions Richie Rude and Jared Graves, this guide uses a reinforced Nylon bash mounted onto a back plate cut from...
  7. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Works with round and oval chainrings (click to enlarge). OneUp Components made their name with 42 tooth add on rings for 10 speed cogsets. Taking that momentum, they're introducing the their new Chainguide claimed to eliminate dropped chains and increase chainring life. At only 35g this...
  8. Misc Components
    The Bionicon C.Guide V.02 has to be one of the most obvious, duh, face-palm bike accessories ever. As soon as I saw it (2011 Interbike), I said, "duh," and slapped my own face. When you see it, you can't help but ask yourself why this wasn't done years ago. The $50 C.Guide is a perfect example...
  9. Misc Components
    Aside from a crash, a mechanical failure, or an encounter with Sasquatch, the last thing you want when barreling at mach speed through a rock garden is to have your chain bounce off. Catastrophes aside, the distraction anxiety of chain slap also ranks high on the Unwanted List. Finally...
  10. Misc Components
    MRP had their new Bling Ring direct mount chainrings and updated MICRO G2 SL Chain Guide on display at the Sea Otter Classic. The Bling Ring mounts to SRAM X0, X9 and Truvativ AKA Cranks (replaces the spider and mounts directly to the crank arm via a splined, three-bolt interface). You are...
  11. General Discussion
    Mountain Racing Products (MRP) is proud to announce the recent award of United States Patent No. RE 42,436. This patent covers MRP products that have a chain ring protector that mounts to the frame of a bicycle rather than to the crank spider - including the G2, G2 SL, XCG and the new 2X guide...
  12. General Discussion
    e.thirteen is proud to announce the release of their third edition of the Limited Colorways product. Limited Colorways product has been turning heads around the world for the past year, and this next colorway is sure to catch the attention of everyone. The newest Limited Colorways color will...
  13. New MRP Guide

    A new, lighter chain guide from MRP.
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