Boxxer World Cup Rock Shox Suspension Forks

July 30th, 2009

Rock Shox Suspension ForksLooking for new shocks for your mountain bike? If you love those steep downhill rides, then you should do yourself a favor and check out the BoXXer World Cup RockShox suspension forks. Whether you’re a serious pro rider or a hardcore weekend warrior, you might just find they are the best suspension forks for your needs.
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Cinelli Handlebar Tapes

July 29th, 2009

Cinelli Handlebar TapesWhen you’re out on your bike on a long road ride, you need to feel comfortable, after all, your hands are going to be gripping those handlebars tightly for the next few hours. You may not give it much thought, but you really do need the right bicycle handlebar covers. You might want to give Cinelli handlebar tapes are try.
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Size Adjustable Professional Topeak Repair Stands

July 28th, 2009

Topeak Repair StandsWhether you’re pedaling your road racer on a steep ascent or tearing down a mountain trail, you’re pushing your bike to its limits. So, if you want to keep your bike in tip-top condition, you have to treat it to some TLC… and when you’re treating your bike to some TLC, it’s much easier on a size adjustable professional Topeak bicycle repair stand.
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DT Swiss Front Hubs

July 27th, 2009

DT Swiss Front HubsDo you need new hubs for the wheels of your bike? There are many components companies making high quality bicycle front hubs or freewheel hubs for both the recreational and more serious professional rider. DT Swiss hubs are rated highly and so if you’re in the market for new hubs, be sure to check out their range.
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Is There Any Difference in Chain Lubricants and Oils?

July 26th, 2009

Chain LubricantsIf you want your bike to keep changing gears and running smoothly, you need to keep your bike chain clean and lubricated. There is a wide selection of different chain lubricants and chain oils available in the market today, and this can make choosing the right one a little confusing. Here we take a look at the different chain lubricant options available to you.
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Ultra Light Micro Adjustable FSA Seatposts

July 25th, 2009

FSA SeatpostsIf you’re looking for a ultra light, micro adjustable seatpost, FSA, which stands for Full Speed Ahead, make a range of light weight and strong carbon fiber and forged alloy bike seatposts and seatpost parts that are second to none.

Full Speed Ahead is a renowned bike component company that makes high quality components including cranksets, bottom brackets, headsets, stems, handlebars, saddles, brakes, wheels, and of course, seatposts.

Lett’s take a look at some of the ultra light, micro adjustable bike seatposts in the FSA range.
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Rock Shox Suspension Forks Offer the Greatest Variety

July 24th, 2009

Rock Shox Suspension ForksWhen it comes the best suspension forks, one name stands out from the crowd – Rock Shox suspension forks. Whether you are into downhill, trail, freeriding, trail, cross country, or all mountain riding, Rock Shox has the right mountain bike suspension forks for you. Here we look at some of the best suspension forks available in the Rock Shox range.
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New 2008-2009 Mudguards and Fender Sets

July 23rd, 2009

Fender SetsWhen you buy a brand new bike these days, chances are it will not come with bicycle mudguards or fenders. Bike mudguards are an accessory, that not every rider will need, but if you are riding in all sorts of weather, then you should check out the 2008-2009 range of bike mudguards and fenders.
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Ultra New Hi Tech Shimano Bottom Brackets

July 22nd, 2009

Shimano Bottom BracketsEventually, you will have to replace the bottom bracket on your bike. When it comes to buying a new bottom bracket, there are a few things you need to consider, such as what size you will need, and what is the best bottom bracket for your bike. There are many bike component manufacturers making quality bottom brackets. Here, we look at Shimano bottom brackets.
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Ergonomic Cane Creek Brake Levers

July 21st, 2009

Cane Creek Brake LeversWhile you probably think long and hard about putting the right brakes n your bike, do you also spend the same time and effort thinking about your brake levers? They’re not so important, you may say. Wrong! If you’re spending a lot of time on your bike, you need brake levers that are going to feel comfortable and reduce fatigue in your hands and fingers over long periods. You need ergonomic brake levers. And Cane Creek are at the forefront.
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