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Cam Zink has been attending Red Bull Rampage for over a decade now, and each time his tires hit the red Utah dirt the mountain bike world takes notice, eager to witness his next mind blowing feat. The massive 360s he landed in 2010 and 2014, and the enormous backflip off the Oakley Sender in 2013 are some of the wildest moves ever performed on a mountain bike, and it doesn't look like Zink has plans to slow down anytime soon, injuries be damned (he's nursing a separated SC joint this year).

When the big day arrives on Friday, Zink will be dropping in aboard custom 26” wheeled YT Tues CF. The bike's black carbon frame has been decked out with a stars and stripes themed paint job, and just in case the American motif wasn't a giveaway as to whose bike this is, 'Zink' has been painted on the shock linkage.

Cam Zink YT Tues

Cam Zink YT Tues
Deity's TMac pedals aren't on the market yet, but that's scheduled to change in the next few weeks. The wide, concave platform was designed to provide plenty of traction for stomping landings, no matter how big the huck.
Cam Zink YT Tues
Sensus Swayze grips have been slid onto Cam's signature aluminum handlebar, the Deity CZ38. The bar measures 760mm wide and has 38mm of rise.

Suspension

The YT Tues has plenty of travel (208mm in the rear and 200mm up front) at the ready to absorb whatever comes its way, but it takes more than just spinning a few dials to get a bike's suspension completely set up for Red Bull Rampage. After all, plummeting to earth after launching off a 40+ foot cliff places unique demands on a bike's suspension, demands which require diving into the fork and shock's internals to alter the rebound tune and increase the end stroke ramp up.

To go along with the custom tuning from RockShox, Zink is running more air pressure in his RockShox Boxxer World Cup and a 350 in/lb spring on the Vivid R2C, settings which are slightly stiffer than what he would typically run for his 170 pound weight.


Cam Zink YT Tues

Cam Zink YT Tues
26" Novatec Demon wheels.
Cam Zink YT Tues
A 2.4" Kenda Honey Badger in the rear is paired with a 2.7" Nevegal up front.

26" For... Sometimes

According to Zink, for DH racing he prefers to run a 27.5” wheel in the front and a 26” in the back, but when it comes time for Rampage, he finds that the slightly smaller wheels make it easier to maneuver the bike for flips and spins. A pair of Novatec Demon wheels are mounted up with a 2.7” Kenda Nevegal in the front and a 2.4” Honey Badger in the rear, both set up tubeless and inflated to 40 psi. That's higher than usual, but the reasoning is that a little less traction is better than running the risk of rolling a tire off the rim mid-run.

Cam Zink YT Tues
Cam Zink YT Tues


Drivetrain / Brakes

The bike's drivetrain is comprised of SRAM's 7 speed X01 DH gruppo, although given how steep the course is, Zink probably won't be doing much shifting during his run. There's still no chain guide of any sort up front, but that same set up worked out last year, and there's really no reason why it wouldn't work again.

Brakes are the final part of the equation, and Zink has gone with Avid Code brakes to keep things under control. The powerful four piston stoppers have proven their worth on the steepest terrain imaginable, and continue to be a popular choice for everyone from Rampage athletes to World Cup DH racers.

Cam Zink YT Tues

Photos by Nathan Hughes


222 Comments

  • 330 17
 26 aint dead
  • 48 2
 Preach
  • 56 5
 What a beauty rig. YTs have really been growing on me
  • 22 54
flag adrennan (Oct 14, 2015 at 18:07) (Below Threshold)
 The professionals are obviously wrong I was told 26 is dead
  • 39 18
 It's not dead, but it only lives at Rampage and Crankworx.
  • 167 4
 and on my bike...
  • 71 8
 and on mine
  • 25 133
flag lawnweenies1 (Oct 14, 2015 at 18:45) (Below Threshold)
 26 is dead
  • 54 3
 And on mine
  • 51 3
 And on mine.
  • 46 3
 And on mine.
  • 48 1
 Wait... my bike has 26 inch wheels. Can I ride like Zink yet? My name is even Cam
  • 29 2
 And on one of mine.
  • 52 6
 I still run a 26" too.

But you guys do realize that a 2.7 Kenda 26" tire is damn near identical in overall diameter as a 2.5 Maxxis 27.5" tire, right?
  • 52 10
 26" till I die. f*ck a gimmick.
  • 16 1
 @hypermoto sounds like a good reason to not buy new wheels.
  • 5 1
 Hence why he runs it up front.
  • 19 3
 who the hell said 26 is dead?
  • 8 7
 26 x 2.7... hmm... so the general consensus around these parts lately has been that 27.5 x 2.35 is the hot ticket, and even in the past few years (2010-2014ish) in PA, it seemed everyone running 26 inch wheels was on a 2.35 tire and an "AM" wheelset for weight savings... I've always maintained that the wider 2.5 tires (the widest I could readily find, at least... I could almost never get my hands on a 2.7 Minion) would allow me to have more control, and as a result, reach higher speeds and go bigger. Lighter isn't always better.
  • 34 8
 Yup. 26" x 2.7 is about identical to 27.5" with a 2.35. Why would you stop making 26"?

Greed. The masses are dumb enough to believe that new is better, and will now have to buy everything all over again as a result.

You can stop letting them kill 26". It's not too late.
  • 21 2
 And on mine
  • 20 1
 Mine too
  • 27 0
 I have 26" wheels on my 2010 Session, which, if I'm honest, has one more good season left in it before I retire the bike. What irritates me is that when I buy a new bike in 2017 (It's going to be an alloy Tues if they're still making one) I will have a well-maintained Fox 40, two sets of wheels, and about a dozen assorted Minions with 60% tread that will become essentially useless to me unless I keep the Session as a full backup rig. Shit can go wrong in a heartbeat, and if I'm going to be riding a bike park 15 hours from home, I'd like to have spares of items that commonly get ruined. But in the case of not being given a choice to run 26 by the industry, it puts me (and likely a lot of other riders who have spent some time amassing spare parts and don't have limitless funds) in a frustrating situation.
  • 15 1
 and on mine
  • 39 2
 AND MY AXE
  • 17 1
 ps I built a 26" rig this year (see profile) and ngaz n hoes is jockin it at every bike park.

just kidding. people laugh at me. I fall a lot. nobody talks to me anymore. I should've listened to those dads i ran into at redbull hillclimb
  • 21 1
 I should create and market "26 is dead" and "long live 26" tee shirts. Either way, I win.
  • 10 1
 FYI, some bikes provide options for wheel size: Rocky Mountain Maiden. This gives you options!

DB@EB
  • 10 0
 And on my bike!
  • 7 0
 @endlessbiking I like the Maiden and I think Rocky is on the right track by giving riders the choice of their wheels. What I don't like is the price and lack of an alloy frame (I love carbon but don't need to spend $2000 extra dollars to save two pounds. I'll do more cardio and eat less Taco Bell if weight is a concern).
  • 13 0
 And on mine as well, my brothers.
  • 5 2
 Here's a legit question: I know it mentions that this is a "custom" bike. Does this pertain to the graphics, the build, or the layup and angles of the frame itself? Essentially, what I'm wondering is if this is an off-the-shelf frame fitted with a 26 fork and wheels. If so, I'm even more sold on the Tues as my next bike. If not, no big deal, I've come to terms with accepting the reality of living in a 27.5 world.
  • 27 1
 im pretty sure I read from the cruz fest bike checks earlier this year that zink has a custom rear triangle fitted for a 26" wheel. but I also dont know shit and my girlfriend calls me out daily for my credibility issues
  • 10 0
 It's not too late to join the party, is it? I gots 26 too.
  • 9 1
 And my hardtail
  • 12 0
 Andreau is also riding a 26" YT at Rampage
  • 4 0
 found the mtb mag bike check, I don't know if it's gone into production since. This was last April. www.mtb-mag.com/en/fest-bike-check-cam-zinks-prototype-yt-tues
  • 1 0
 @anchoricex nice, thanks for digging that up! Great photos in that feature... something interesting about his bike that's worth mentioning... no one I know bothers to play with the reach adjustment on their levers. Apparently Zink does, and confirms that (at least in this department) I'm doing it right by cranking that dial WAY in.
  • 4 0
 YT should do a flip-chip axle mount like my NS Soda.

It came with 27.5" wheels, but they get taco'd I can use the spare 26" wheels that I already have, and get shorter chainstays to boot.

It's win/win/win.
  • 11 4
 Have any of you honestly tried a new 27.5 Dh bike? I'm all for 26 ain't dead, but I highly reccomend trying anew Dh race bike. They are insanely fast.
  • 5 4
 ^^^^^^^
  • 4 7
 Your clearly a fool then.
  • 10 3
 @Gr8day4ridin
It's not 10mm of rim that makes them insanely fast.
  • 5 3
 * yore
  • 1 0
 @blinkpike choices are good. It's a shame they don't do the chip on the Fuzz as well. YT could potentially offer the 26" seatstays as an aftermarket option, but based on the carbon construction of the seatstays, The chip idea, if adopted by all the major players would, in my mind, ease a lot of the frustration being expressed by 26 guys like myself. However, in YT's case, I doubt that the expense of redesigning the whole piece to accommodate a chip-style system (also taking into account engineering, molds, materials, marketing, and testing) would be very cost effective, and in the end the feature probably wouldn't translate to a whole lot of sales growth. Maybe in a few years when the bike will potentially get a re-design for whatever gets adopted industry-wide by then (DI2, axle standards, etc) they'll move to a backwards-compatible system, but I'm sure that depends on how many serious customers are coming to them wanting 26 compatibility, as opposed to rando pinkbike commentors (I am aware that I am one, and I've come to terms with that).
  • 12 1
 +1 for 26 ain't dead. Even my trail bike is still 26
  • 5 0
 @Gr8day4ridin I'm not discounting the ride characteristics of a 27.5 bike. They're fast, they're noticeably better in the rocks, and it's easier to hold onto momentum. They feel great. What I'm bummed about is the spare 26" wheels and tires I've amassed over the past five years, not to mention the best fork I've ever ridden being incompatible with my next DH rig. I'm either going to have to keep my old bike as a whole and bring it along on trips in case I fold a 27.5 wheel, bite the bullet and pay resort prices for a new wheel/tire, or simply start from scratch, building new wheelsets and stockpiling my moderately-used 27.5 tires for spares when I inevitably shred a sidewall.
  • 2 0
 @blinkpike my 26" Tues had a chip system but was for adjusting CS length. I've no idea whether they still do on the new 650b ones.
  • 4 0
 And mine.
  • 3 3
 *you're
  • 4 0
 And both mine. Hell, 26" and the gimmick size didn't made any difference when we rode the wet and muddy trails.
  • 5 1
 I remember once, in my other job, someone saying "vinyl is dead".........


Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm
  • 4 1
 Nothing to add besides: AOM(And On Mine)
  • 4 0
 26 wont die because of wheel size/ tire size mixing possibilties( i hope..). For a 160 am/enduro 650B bike having a dedicated DH wheelset is handy, so why not have 26 rear on that dh wheelset to slack things out a bit?
  • 5 2
 27.5 x 2.35 is a Dam sight lighter, faster and more flickable than a 26 x 2.7 (awfully close to + size that everyone is moaning about too)
But hey if people wanna slap lead tires on and wreck the handling just to be in the 26 for life club carry on.
personally I'd just stick my old 26 stuff on a 27.5 frame till it wore out then replace as normal. Nothing is lost or wasted. 27.5 costs the same as 26 stuff did.
Using a 26 x 2.7 at rampage makes sense due to the massive impacts and terrain ect but would be pointless on more normal terrain /situations IMHO
  • 5 1
 And on mine!
  • 5 1
 Mine also!!!
  • 5 1
 And mine Smile
  • 4 1
 and on mine!!
  • 3 1
 And on mine!
  • 2 0
 Last season i ran 2.6 michelins and they were pretty darn close to 27.5, increased rollover and more speed in the rough, this season i went back to dhf 2.5 n hated it until i found the right combo, dhf 2.7 front magic mary 2.35 rear.
  • 3 0
 Who says you cant run 26 on your new bike? Or get a scott gambler or voltage, both allow you to run 26 or 27.5
  • 4 0
 and mine
  • 4 1
 And mine 5 bikes in 26 to be exact. Plus 2 bmx's and 2 road bikes. My garage says 26 aint dead.
  • 1 0
 I saw that 2.7 and was like whhaaaatt!!! That's a big ass tire. Next year fat bike class.
  • 3 0
 I wouldn't say insainly fast. World Cup times prove that they are not in that much faster if at. This season I have been on a 27.5. And yes it feels good and nothing to complain about but does not feel insainly different
  • 8 11
 Bla bla bla. How many of you have BOUGHT a NEW 26" bike this year? That's right crickets. The same 26" bikes we put on the showroom floor this spring are still sitting there with big sale tags on 'em. And that's why 26" IS, in fact, DEAD.

PS my 2016 fleet consists of 3 26" bikes, all new. If I add a dh to the stsble, it will be a 26" Transition TR500.
  • 2 0
 Me, new otb 2011 Sworks enduro :-)
  • 3 0
 the present & future of 26" is adjustable geo for 26 & slightly bigger sister wheel... (transitions, banshees, scotts)
  • 4 1
 26 clearly aint dead looking at that other page with the pic of an entire rack of 26" session parks. None of the C3 team ride a 27.5 bike.
  • 5 0
 "And that's why 26" IS, in fact, DEAD"

and yet then you say,

"PS my 2016 fleet consists of 3 26" bikes, all new"


CLEARLY.... 26 AINT DEAD Wink
  • 3 1
 Capslock doesn't make you sound smarter, Matt.
  • 8 4
 Foiled again! I was sure when I woke up this morning I would post something on Pinkbike comments that would make me sound smart. You think I care what I sound like? I am contributing a fact. 26" wheel bikes don't sell. You think manufacturers are going to keep designing and producing bikes because a couple pros and bike shop curmudgeons ride them? If people don't buy 26" bikes they will cease to exist.
  • 3 1
 All 3 of my bikes are 26".... I always get passed on the trails by bigger wheels.....oh wait......no I don't!
  • 54 15
 A rider like that can obviously make anything work but seriously, Kenda tires and Novatec wheels? Poverty
  • 54 1
 Zink is a man of the people.
  • 20 1
 The honey badger is truly one of the worst tires I've tried. Novatec stuff has been great to me, though.
  • 13 15
 nevegal will never die!
  • 13 2
 I can't believe kenda is still alive. Those tires seriously are the worst i've used. the nevegal will pop riding on pavement
  • 12 16
flag Alias530 (Oct 14, 2015 at 19:56) (Below Threshold)
 I don't know how Kenda and Schwalbe even exist when Maxxis is around. Schwalbe at least grips well but doesn't last for shit.
  • 7 1
 I have a shiny, fresh set of Nevegals that I've had for a few years as a set of backup tires, but I always find myself bouncing between the old standard Minions and Bontrager G5s (the most underrated DH tire on the market). I know people who swear by Nevegals, so maybe I'll mount them up and give them a shot. If everyone on here hates them, well... at least they get a reaction. Schwalbes are too damn expensive, I don't care how good the Magic Mary is supposed to be.
  • 12 1
 Nevegals aren't terrible, they perform well but they have a ton of rolling resistance.
  • 5 0
 I see a few of the YT guys running the Kenda's at Northstar when they are there. They might slow them down, but I sure doesn't look like it.
  • 8 0
 If you're fast, you're fast. I mean... in the mid 90's Tomac used to consistently dominate on those Tioga Farmer John tires. Even at 12 years old, after one ride, I accepted the reality that those things were f*cking terrifying on anything other than smooth, freshly paved asphalt, eventually gave up trying to ride on them, threw them in the trash and bought smoke/darts like all the cool kids.
  • 3 0
 Whats wrong with novatec wheels?
Never personally had them but they seem solid. Or nah?
  • 1 2
 760mm bars too.
  • 12 1
 @enduro94 nothing is wrong with Novatel wheels. The kids these days just want carbon enves on everything, and trashcan the rest.
  • 3 1
 @ajayflex - tons of reports of broken hubs on MTBR. I didn't even know they made rims or complete wheelsets but their hubs suck.
  • 1 0
 @chyu that's really ymmv-ish tho . . .
  • 3 0
 @UtahBikeMike
Nevegals are pretty good in dryer/rocky conditions. I have a 26x2.7" and 2.5". Perfect for monster trucking thru gnarly rock gardens. But yeah, rolling resistance is quite bad compared to my 2.7" dhf and 2.4" dhr2 combo. (2.5 dhf is smaller than the newer 2.4" stuff by the way maxxis) I'm looking to retire them for some Magic Mary's.
  • 2 0
 @alias 30 there's plenty of reports of broken everything on mtbr. Whats your point?
  • 1 0
 Yes but certain products fail more than others. Are you going to drive an 80's Jaguar that's in the shop more than on the road because you've read that Lexus had a problem or two?

Certain hubs fail more than others, and Novatec is on that list. You don't see plenty of reports of DT, Chris King, or Hadley failing.
  • 34 4
 im curious why codes over guides
  • 23 4
 You ever tried stopping a full on dh rig with guides? I have & the truth is their a really good trail brake but for dh something a little more is needed.I use hope v4 because I know they won't let me down given I weight 250lb !
  • 28 1
 The Code is Sram's DH brake, whereas the Guides are more AM.
  • 12 17
flag topherdagopher (Oct 14, 2015 at 18:14) (Below Threshold)
 ehh, had codes on my last bike, got guides on my new bike (also a tues) and I like the guides more. Zink's from my hometown and I ride a lot of the same freeride areas and they seem totally fine.
  • 7 2
 Codes when things get serious.
  • 54 4
 I'm starting to think that you guys just brake to much
  • 38 2
 Codes are good, Guides are good, flip a coin, who cares... If the coin says Elixir...run!
  • 1 0
 Are codes and guides more powerful than Mt7s?
  • 16 23
flag masonstevens (Oct 14, 2015 at 19:05) (Below Threshold)
 I honestly wouldn't trust my life to anything with "AVID" printed on it.
  • 17 4
 shimano.
  • 14 4
 Hope.
  • 11 7
 I couldn't feel a different between the code and the guide rsc. That being said...shimano is better
  • 5 1
 Codes are great with a feel of control. Probably the only Avid I am happy to say you can trust your life with.

Guide's "modulate" too much.
  • 14 1
 Guides are enduro. You don't want to go full enduro at Rampage, do you?
  • 6 2
 So half the World Cup field and a bunch of Rampage riders are using Codes and people still manage to come on here spouting the usual crap...
  • 1 1
 @topherdagopher Gwin, is that you?
  • 2 1
 All those pro's don't have to deal with how Codes start having seal problems after a year or two, though. Unless you replace parts as often as a pro, their component choices aren't always the best choice for you. Guides fix a lot of design problems from the Code era, that should enhance the long term reliability of the brake.
  • 4 0
 I see you run avid's, I too like to live dangerously.
  • 1 0
 I'm so broke I'm still f*cking with my juicy 5s!
  • 1 0
 Sram should mix guide levers with code calipers to fix these issues: Guide+Code=God.

Just put some Hope on your bikes..... seriously.....
  • 2 0
 The fact we haven't seen pros, who do that sort of thing all the time, mix code parts with guide parts, makes me wonder if you can.

That said, though the levers were the real problem with codes, the seals on the caliper pistons acted up on mine too. I've seen Hopes over a decade old on the same seals, lever & caliper. still working flawlessly.
  • 1 0
 I have a pair of Mini M4 and Moto M6 still working perfectly..... I bought spares just in case but still running the original seals after all these years of abuse!
  • 27 1
 Mighty fine mountain bicycle you got there Zink.
  • 5 15
flag anchoricex (Oct 14, 2015 at 20:50) (Below Threshold)
 thanks
  • 20 3
 For DH racing he prefers to run a 27.5” wheel in the front and a 26” in the back, moto style.....
  • 7 19
flag stacykohut (Oct 14, 2015 at 19:51) (Below Threshold)
 its wack, zink or not, still wack to run two diff diameters. there, someone said it.
  • 5 3
 Gotta admit, the old Bighit's looked fuckin cool.
  • 25 0
 The eye wants symmetry, but that may not be best for performance. Mullets perform very well under the right conditions.
  • 18 3
 So much YT Coverage...it's almost suspicious.
  • 5 0
 Well, they are sponsoring the event.
  • 2 1
 They are suspiciously sweet bikes!
  • 14 1
 How does Zink pick a line? He Tueses it.
  • 10 5
 Why does Zink use Avid brakes? He has no Hope.
  • 10 0
 Is that supposed to be code for something?^^
  • 8 0
 What the heck were you zinking?
  • 2 1
 This is a pun rampage!
  • 13 2
 Torque vs Tues, both great looking bikes, we just need an XL and my $$$ rolls to Germany.
  • 7 0
 £££? Wink
  • 1 0
 Yeah I got an xl Capra recently and I don't know what the Germans are on but bloody hell, there's no way that's extra large. It fits me fine so I'm not complaining but no way is it xl. I can only assume all Germans are midgets.
  • 10 2
 Can only imagine the hangtime this bike is gonna get on friday... Good luck Zink!
  • 6 2
 Amazing how strong these bikes are nowadays, especially the carbon frames, considering the insane drops, landings, cases, and all around abuse they go through during Rampage...
  • 7 3
 It just has to survive 1 run.
  • 4 0
 1 ball-peen-hammer-to-the-nads run..
  • 8 1
 That bike, I like it. ALOT
  • 7 0
 That bike is sick!!! Long live 26"
  • 7 1
 wish they would make a 26" Tues... Frown I would buy it tomorrow.
  • 1 1
 Sorry, accidental neg props for you.
  • 1 0
 Just get one and put road tyres on. Back to 26. Problem solved.
  • 4 1
 Looks like I am the only one who noticed that the Sensus grips are actually pink (celebrating October as the Cancer Fight Month) and not red... Sorry for not entering in the arena for the wheel size discussion...
  • 3 0
 Also he actually twittered or instagramed this, so everybody (besides Pinkbike) would know... Wink
  • 2 0
 great looking bike but pros aren't the only riders who would prefer to run 26, why are so many new bikes limited to 650b and completed removed the 26 option from their line up
  • 1 0
 my session park is a 26 and is beyond fun. Gonna live in utah this coming august and can't wait to test new dirt out. I'd love to ride all wheel sizes, maybe besides a fatty..... or not. But gotta love riding bikes in general
  • 5 0
 Yt's patented zink link
  • 4 0
 The fact is 26 still rules !!
  • 4 0
 Ride 26. Ride like Zink? :-)
  • 3 0
 What's up with the different rotors?
  • 26 0
 The G2 rotor in the rear is renowned for it's progressive behavior and precise ramp-up in low traction conditions, whereas the centerline front rotor has been selected for it's superior outright power. Nah i'm fulla shit.
  • 4 0
 and on mine too
  • 2 1
 I wonder what SRAM pay him not to run a chain guide. LoL. At least he's not sold out on the wheel deal, well maybe for tyres, but I'm sure they serve him well enough.
  • 1 3
 You don't need one if you don't pedal
  • 1 0
 LoL. Might as well just run moto pegs then.
  • 1 0
 Yes might as well.
  • 4 0
 26 for life
  • 3 0
 Let's not forget the battle born Nevada on the seat tube. Reppin!
  • 2 0
 I am always interested which frame size the pros ride... I think this should be mentioned in this bike check articles
  • 2 0
 i suppose ill chirp in that my bike is running 26in as well... MAVIC DEEMAX
  • 2 0
 why different shape of rotors ???
  • 2 2
 im 65kg and im running 360lb spring on my demo 8 and sometimes it feels to soft. and they recommend 280lb spring for my weight, but i guess the YT must be more progressive..
  • 3 0
 The Tues has a longer stroke shock. And it is very progressive.
  • 4 1
 You can't compare spring rates across different models of bikes.
  • 2 3
 well ya i know that lol but i was hoping to him using at least 450lb.. im just surprised the low spring rate hes using. but again the YT has more travel then my bike so..
  • 2 0
 26 x 2.7 nevegals hoooooly moly talking about big volume gums...
  • 2 0
 That's one very aggressive looking rig!
  • 3 0
 40 psi in my kendas..
  • 2 0
 blue pedals to match his shock compression dial!!! \m/
  • 2 0
 please yt make this a frame set
  • 1 0
 26 over here too

WTB timberwolf
26" 2.7 race folding
880 grams
Bring it back WTB. On my last one!
  • 1 0
 wonder why he is running 2 different rotors. what he had laying around or some trick the rest of us dont know?
  • 1 0
 anyone know what saddle zink is running? looks rad!!
  • 7 1
 That's a Sensus branded SDG Patriot I-beam saddle.
  • 2 0
 cheers mike!
  • 2 1
 Send that CF! Makes me feel better about the wimpy stuff I do on my Capra.
  • 2 1
 Nice to know that a 2.7" tire will fit on a Boxxer.
  • 1 0
 Yes it does (check my profile), but it sure makes that boxxer look tiny.
  • 2 1
 Sram XO DH Carbon Crankset nice
  • 2 1
 650b front and 26" rear, interesting. Who has tried this setup?
  • 3 1
 I want to, 26+ in the rear, 27.5+ in the front, moto style.
  • 2 0
 i tried this setup (w/o +).. my friend has 26x2.4 / 24x3

also thinking about pairing my 650B DH with 29 up front but dont have dorados.....
  • 1 0
 I have on my rune. Its an absolute blast! Its not as good for the up hill but its fun on the way down.
  • 1 0
 With all these new standards we gonna see some dh bikes in 29er soon.. aha
  • 1 0
 Lives in my bike too.... For a long time more... Frown
  • 1 0
 The grips are pink for breast cancer awareness.
  • 1 0
 they should have made him a rorcker arm made od zinc
  • 1 0
 Love my YT. The Zinks customer service is top notch.
  • 1 1
 Maybe on the 26th of every month we can have one day where no one posts about 26 inch wheels in any capacity.
  • 1 0
 Zink Link!!!
  • 1 0
 TWO SIX
  • 1 0
 Loving the 'zink link'
  • 5 7
 Oh dear, good luck to him on that plastic bike!
  • 5 0
 You're the Protour of carbon bikes.
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