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  1. Wanted
    Well this supply chain issue has put me into a bit of a pickle for prepping my bike for the 2022 season. I have a 2017 Specialized Demo 8. Found out last fall I had a gnarly dent and dip in my rear rim and a pretty much totalled hub. I am in a desperate search for any kind of rear downhill...
  2. Beginner's Corner
    Hi everyone, my first post here, looking for some advice. I have a 2014 Specialized Epic. I just bought it and this is my first full suspension bike (also first from a top manufacturer). Weeks ago my rear hub broke and I decided to buy the Industry Nine Hydra (HG 12x142 32H). I read in other...
  3. Wheels and Tires
    I recently bought a marzocchi bomber dj for a dirt jumper. The spacing is 20x110. What kind of hubs/wheels can work with this? Can I run a 15x100 wheel or do I need to get different hub caps? Thanks
  4. Drivetrain
    Can I upgrade my Giant Tracker sport 32h Hub with a 10 speed cassette? Bike:- Giant Talon 2 2016
  5. Wheels and Tires
    Greetings from greece! I am thinking of changing the rear hub on my hardtail. Cyrrently i run a joytech 10x135 qr one with 32 holes and i really like the novatec ones. Should i go for d792sb,712sb or d042sb? I dont plan on breaking the bank since i might buy a new bike on the next 1.5 years...
  6. Wheels and Tires
    Hi there! I have a bike with this evil rear axle size 9x141 QR (Boost). Which basically is a normal 12x148 BOOST Hub converted with adapters into a 9x141 QR. My question is, I want to upgrade my wheels and a friend has a set of carbon wheels with a Novatec D791/2SB 12x148 Hub. After doing a...
  7. Drivetrain
    Just over 2 months ago I changed the transmission of my MTB. with a Shimano CS-5100-11 (11-51t) sprocket and a Radius MT-09 hub Everything perfect until after a few rides on the ground, a lot of effort, a lot of heat, dust, etc. I noticed that I had a little slack between the cassette in the...
  8. Wheels and Tires
    I was looking around and found a good set of DT wheels on PinkBike and would like to change the freehub. I found a Bontrager one that should work does anyone know if it will? I know that Bontrager hubs have DT internals, but I also know that bontrager has a 6 pawl system while DT only has 3...
  9. Misc Components
    Industry Nine has released a carbon version of their popular BC360 wheelset Industry Nine BackCountry 360 Carbon Wheels When the BackCountry 360 originally debuted it utilized an alloy rim. Now, Industry Nine is rolling out a 27.5 carbon version of this 36mm wide rim. The new PillarCarbon...
  10. Misc Components
    Sound is configurable by mixing in quiet and loud pawls together to achieve the preferred volume level. We want our rear hubs to be reliable and to not leave us stranded in the middle of nowhere. Quicker engagement too is good to power instantly, but not at the expense of reliability. In the...
  11. Misc Components
    Tall riders rejoice - a 200mm dropper post is here. 9Point8 Last year 9point8 teased two extra long droppers, 175mm and 200mm models. At the time, those were almost unheard of and the Canadian brand was unsure of demand. There are now a few brands with offerings in the 170mm range, so 9point8...
  12. Misc Components
    The new 35mm Hope stem is available in two different lengths. Hope When Hope originally released their stems, the 35mm standard was just a ridiculous concept. Well, it's now the defacto standard on virtually every new bike. To stay hip, the UK brand has released new 35mm stems. They're...
  13. General Discussion
    The Roam 60 is SRAM's top tier carbon wheelset. When they debuted in 2013, it was at the cusp of the wider-is-better revolution. Since then, however, wheels and tires have only gotten bigger. The latest from SRAM sports a 30mm wide internal diameter. They've also stepped away from the UST...
  14. General Discussion
    Industry Nine's BigRig family has grown to four with the launch of the new 760 platform. This wheelset combines their American-made hubs and alloy spokes with HED BAD alloy rims to create a complete wheelset that weighs as little as 2150 grams depending on axle configuration. For comparison...
  15. Misc Components
    Hope's hubs have gained a large following for a number of reasons, including price and reliability. It doesn't hurt that they're also light, available in a number of colors, and easily convertible between different axle standards. The evolution of Hope hubs (left to right) from the late...
  16. Misc Components
    Boost 148 moves the rear hub flanges 3mm outboard on each side in order to improve the spoke bracing angle and increase wheel stiffness (click to enlarge). Editors Note: This article was written by Art's Cyclery web content editor Brett Murphy, who uses his mechanical engineering background to...
  17. Misc Components
    The new Pro 4 hub (click to enlarge). Pro 4 hubs As a direct development of the successful Pro 2 EVO hub, the Hope Pro 4 hubs bare a lot of attention to detail. The freewheel now has a 44 tooth ratchet mechanism which provides a 10% quicker hub engagement over the Pro 2 EVO. The flange...
  18. General Discussion
    SRAM XX1 Industry Nine is introducing the XD1 driver FH body, making Industry Nine wheels compatible with SRAM's new XX1 groupset. The driver body will be available on new wheelsets, and as a retrofit to make an existing wheelset compatible. No other parts beside the driver body are required...
  19. Fat bikes
    I'm just trying to piece together some components for my first fat bike, and would like to know the number of engagement points per revolution of the hub that Salsa makes for the Mukluk and also for the one that Hadley makes for Fatback - I'm assuming that one is 36 per revolution (since it has...
  20. Phil Wood Love

    Serious F-in Bike Jewelry! Polished fixed gear hubs from Phil Wood.
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