New Product Discoveries

SPECIALIZED POWER PRO ELASTON SADDLE

Wider than ever

Specialized makes some of the most ergonomic saddles on the trail and road utilizing their Body Geometry concept. The Power Pro Elaston has a carbon fiber shell with titanium rails to keep the finished product lightweight and stiff. This saddle was designed to work for men and women with Elaston padding that has small beads that are expanded in the foam. This saddle retails for $225 and can be found at your local Specialized dealer. www.specialized.com

FOURIERS QUICK TRUE

Portable truing tool

A wobbly wheel can ruin a ride and require an expensive stand to fix. The Fouriers Quick True is a small, portable truing tool that riders can fit in their packs and take with them on rides in case of emergencies. The Quick True comes as two parts and mounts on your chainstay or fork to help get your wheel
straight. It can be found online at www.fouriers.com.

WOLF TOOTH POWERTRAC ELLIPTICAL RING

Oval technology making a comeback

Oval chainrings were all the rage back in the early 1990s and have seen a resurgence this last year. Wolf Tooth Components based out of Minnesota has released their own PowerTrac Elliptical with their proven DropStop tooth profile. The PowerTrac is slightly less oval than other rings currently on the market, giving riders a less extreme feel when pedaling. WTC offers this ring to fit different bolt circle diameter and direct-mount needs. Rings retail for $45– $99 depending on mount preference and size. www.wolftoothcomponents.com


 

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