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New – SRAM RISE 60 Wheelset

Aug 21, 2014Comments off123 Views

SRAM has just introduced their new RISE 60 wheelset (available in 27.5″ or 29″).  These wheels feature all-new hubs and rims that are built for

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Video: Damien Oton’s Steps to the Top

Aug 12, 2014Comments off44 Views

Check out what it takes to come out on top. All the individual stages and close-calls that make an enduro race so great.

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SRAM’s Moab Viewing of its 2015 Offer...

Jul 24, 2014Comments off381 Views

SRAM invited us out to Moab, Utah, for its third annual “Trail House” event. Trail House provides an up close and personal experience with SRAM’s

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SRAM Brags About Their World Cup Winning We...

Jun 09, 2014Comments off343 Views

Momma told you it is not polite to brag, but SRAM had such a stellar weekend that you can forgive them for crowing a bit.

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First Look: SRAM’s X01 DH Drivetrain

Mar 04, 2014Comments off103 Views

Following the overwhelming success of the XX1 and X01, SRAM has adapted the core technologies of those 1X groups to create a downhill-specific drivetrain: X01

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Video: SRAM’s Steve Smith: Wandering

Aug 29, 2012Comments off26 Views

Coming off of a perfect sweep of the Crankworx Whistler downhill events, you can’t have a discussion about 2012 World Champion hopefuls without mentioning Steve

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Product Test: Race Face Next Carbon 2×...

Jul 10, 2012Comments off42 Views

    Canada’s Race Face went through a rough period, but that had nothing to do with the quality or functionality of the company’s products.

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Product Test: Rotor Q Rings

Jun 20, 2012Comments off38 Views

Tech features:  While a few of the MBA wrecking crew were around for Biopace chainrings, Shimano’s asym- metrical chainrings from the late ’80s and early

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Mountain Bike Action Tech: Drivetrain Check...

Oct 26, 2011Comments off14 Views

It doesn’t matter if you use a single speed, a traditional 3×9 drivetrain or one of the newfangled drivetrains, including 1×10, 2×10, 2×9 and 3×10