Day 1 Randoms - Eurobike 2021

Sep 2, 2021
by Ralf Hauser  
Galfer

Galfer offers some new strong floating rotors for better heat dissipation on DH, enduro or e-bike bikes.
You can get them with pins in color options with 180 or 203mm size beginning January or February 2022.

Experimental prototypes are always fun to look at. Some of these are used by Commencal's World Cup team. Galfer is happy with the results, but it will take a while until something similar will be available to the public.




Pyga

Brand new and handmade in South Africa, the MoBu is Pyga's new short-travel weapon. Available as a cross-country model with 130mm of rear wheel travel or down-country version with 135mm, the MoBu is being produced by a South African carbon production company that also forms all of the carbon parts for the Ariel race car or Moto GP carbon wheels. Only 130 frames will be made in the first year but they are trying to get production up tp 300 by next season.

Reach adjust cups allow for 10mm of change. Head angle adjust cups as an alternative are in the works and will be shipped with the production frames.

The immaculate carbon structure and highest finish are a testament to Pyga's commitment to quality. A flip chip at the shock changes the head angle by about 0.5 degrees.
Horst Link at the dropout. There's a lifetime guarantee for frame, rocker, bearings and bushings.

The rocker is available in anodized colors and there are 30 color options for decals to choose from.
Frame, shock and rear axle costs a whopping € 5,000.

We've covered the retro color homage before, but this Iron Horse/Pyga combo is just too delicious, not to show it again.



Tatze
Tatze, a small Austrian company - founded four years ago - has since built some sleek pedals. Driven by the will to show their love for detail and create durable pedals, they do testing in-house on their own machines, making sure they exceed standards by a multitude. Shown on the left is their Two Face pedal with clipless on one, and a flat pedal body with up to 14 pins on the other side.

The Link is their brand new model that will be available in March with a super thin 8.8mm body (9.9mm at the axle), weighing only 343g with steel and 298g with titanium axle.
Massive 0.6mm elevated Tatze pins thread in from the top and effectively dig into the shoes. The Link is almost completely manufactured in Austria.

Mc Air on the left and the Contact with glass fiber reinforced thermoplastic body on the right.
Still a prototype and not up to Tatze's standards yet, the Two Face Composite will also be available with a glass fiber reinforced thermoplastic body in the future.


Red Bull Spect Eyewear

Red Bull has become so much more than just your energy drink manufacturer and is serious about its commitment to the offroad and bike market. With some brand new models, they are expanding their bike lineup.

Two models, the Whip (top half) and Strive (bottom half) with large field of vision and optimized helmet compatibility are covering the moto and downhill goggle segments.
The Strive comes with laminated double glass and velcro-detachable face foam.


The Daft is a brand new addition to the lineup.

The Flow features a free floating lower frame, is already available in stores and also has the option of a photochromatic lens (level 1 to 2).
Nick and Jaden are also brand new additions and come with a variety of lens and color options.

Also available with a photochromatic lens (level 1 to 3)
You can even fit a clip-in optical adapter into the backside of the Nick and Jaden's frame

Also, more lifestyle-oriented models with a twist are available ...
... you can extend some extra temples out of the frame for a secure fit, when you get moving.



Magura

Magura is introducing a more entry-level-oriented brake system, the CT. Constructed with axial push mechanism, it is targeting the e-bike, light mountain bike and urban sector. Still using Magura's mineral oil, a large reservoir should keep air buildup and bleeding to a minimum. It can be combined with all existing MT brake calipers. CT5 comes with four-piston, CT4 with two-piston and CT4 FM with two-psiton flat mount calipers.

Also new for 2022 is the MDR-P rotor with centerlock mounting standard. At least for the moment, only 180mm and 203mm sizes are available.


Gates Carbon Drive

The way I see it, Gates wants to tell me that I'll never have to clean my bike again. I'm all in.



154 Comments

  • 240 0
 Rotors - so hot right now
  • 13 1
 This comment, straight fire!
  • 26 0
 So pumped on all these wireless Rotors.
  • 2 0
 @JimLad So true!
  • 16 0
 Those Galfer Commencal prototypes - really, really, really, ridiculously good looking!
  • 2 0
 @whiteboarder: they’ll be releasing those minus the fins
  • 10 0
 Stop
  • 7 0
 I don’t know, the market seems to cooling
  • 6 0
 @mutton: Hammer time!
  • 2 0
 @stormracing: mostly jumped in on the zoolander thing… happy with my centerlines ; )
  • 9 0
 only a warped mind would comment on rotors
  • 7 1
 really big fin of these
  • 1 0
 So Hot they wired them------ to the table.
  • 1 0
 Those Galfers hit different
  • 1 0
 thats what the holes are for?
  • 76 3
 I thought Red Bull gear was earned, not bought. Kinda lame that bike parks are going to be full of mid-life crisis dads rocking Red Bull gear.
  • 52 0
 @Almazing Dont worry, I would never buy myself Red Bull gear! Oh, you mean the other mid-life crisis dads?
  • 20 0
 It is a strange choice. Red Bull has created a really strong brand story about riders "earning" the right to wear their helmet paint, as if advertising a soda on your head equals superior skills. The riders they pay are undeniably awesome, but this does seem like a watering down of the brand position they've worked hard to build up over quite a few years.

I guess the profits they anticipate by schilling cheap goggles is worth it? Or maybe this is an entry into a whole range of branded apparel/gear?
  • 14 0
 The funniest is when you see people that have created fake Red Bull helmets. You see it in Whistler in both the bike park and skiing sometimes. Super cringe when an actual Red Bull athlete is also in the line-up.
  • 6 2
 Just like the Fox factory rider orange or the Hope team green
  • 2 0
 @VtVolk: theyre doing this for years in skiing. you can get fugly skier rb goggles and helmets at almost every mainstream sportoutlet in austria, think they are made by alpina or so. its totally schizo to their pro athlete sponsorship brand building - but its a thing for joeys
  • 25 0
 Will these Red Bull eyewear allow us to watch RedBull broadcasts everywhere in the world without any local restrictions?
  • 1 0
 Glasses look ok.. but ya, gna look like a wannabe rb athlete.
But, buying them is helping to pay for stuff like rampage(athletes)
  • 2 0
 @nojzilla: i have some fox factory orange forks and im proper middle aged
  • 2 0
 @VtVolk: It is especially strange when they have a clothing brand already with Alpha Tauri. It feels like they should have sold these under that brand.
  • 4 0
 As a self respecting “rad dad” I’d never wear those goggles. It’s all about the compression jacket over the Jersy and glasses with my FF
  • 3 0
 @Compositepro: I am properly middle aged dad, and i just stole my sons Pit Vipers for myself. No need for Red Bull shades now.
  • 1 0
 I'm not buying those...
  • 2 0
 @Almazing this stuff has been available for many years already: www.redbullshop.com
  • 1 0
 @jrocksdh: I bought a pair of Red Bull sunglasses a few years ago because they were massively reduced, didn't realise they would mark me down as a wannabe!
  • 1 0
 @Compositepro: orange forks..gross
  • 1 0
 @olly76: I'd say it's more with the goggles and/or a fake RB helmet.
Kinda like dudes that put a big sticker on their surfboard(whom arent sponsored).
the precedent is that only RB athletes get the goods so thatll stick for a while
  • 57 0
 *puts on Redbull goggles*

*sail by awolnation starts playing in the distance*
  • 4 0
 Do you have to put the goggles on in slow motion, too? Think of all the sick I'm-putting-on-my-goggles-in-slow-motion montages we will get!
  • 1 0
 priceless because its true.
  • 2 0
 @letsgoridebikes18: The view from my goggles is in slow motion.
  • 47 0
 Coming soon: rim brakes - thicker and a larger surface area for improved heat dissipation! not to mention the larger diameter, 736.6mm rotors!
  • 36 1
 Haha all joking aside, I remember my high school physics teacher being completely unconvinced that my disc brakes could possibly be more powerful than rim brakes. I had a pretty good bike (for that era) that I raced downhill on, and no matter how much I explained the properties of how disc brakes worked, he just kept pointing out how much bigger the rim diameter was, like I just didn't get it.

I barely passed that class, and I'm sure this interaction didn't convince him that I was really paying attention at all. I'm not in my hometown much anymore, but you better believe that I'm just waiting to run into him again.
  • 21 0
 @Thisisscott:
The problem with many physicists is that we don't build stuff that has to work. Rim brakes would be much more powerful than disc brakes, if you could keep the rims as true as you can keep discs. But you can't, and the fact that the brakes have to tolerate the slop prevents them from working as well.
  • 7 0
 @SJP: HS33's still hold their ground pretty well even with rims that are out of true. Still used in trials quite a bit.
  • 5 0
 @Thisisscott: Isn't the issue that if you made rims out of material that's as hard, stiff and abrasion resistant as discs they'd weigh 25kg?!
  • 3 1
 @SJP: That's definitely a good point. That said, I would not describe him as a physicist, just a really mediocre teacher who taught a really mediocre class.
  • 1 0
 @Altron5000: That was definitely part of my response. I drew the rim in cross section and to show how it would have to be designed differently to accommodate the braking pressure, and how slow the bike would feel with so much weight so far out.

I also wondered how the modulation would feel. I never got a chance to ride those hydraulic rim brakes that magura made that I saw on so many trial bikes.
  • 2 0
 @Thisisscott: no modulation just on off braking , that you need on trials. With coustelier pads and a grinded rim por power
  • 3 0
 @Thisisscott: I have Magura hydro rim brakes on a 1998 Cannondale tandem I picked up this summer. They are amazing. Best rim brakes I've ever tried by far and I had most of the other top ones back in the day (XTR v-brakes, Avid Arch Rivals, etc.) They are similar to 2-piston disc brake power, and the modulation is great. Perhaps most amazing is that this set probably hasn't been bled in 10+ years! Granted these are on 40 spoke tandem rims which are perfectly true, which undoubtedly helps.
  • 2 0
 @VtVolk: Very cool! It's always amazing when things last such a long time with minimal maintenance. I'm actually surprised you find the modulation to be so good, haha and that's quite a rim setup! I definitely also remember so many people running those reinforcement arches that attached to the brake mounts.
  • 1 0
 Soon we will be seeing 28.5" rotors with calipers mounted on the inside like the older Buell Motorcycles.
  • 1 0
 Someone did actually make a 26in wheel sized disc brake for a trials bike. I forget the company but it used a normal caliper and the rotor attached to the side of the wheel rim. It looked mad. Keeping the wheel true enough was probably enoof a problem for it to not catch on.
  • 1 0
 @Thisisscott: Motorcycle manufacturer 'Buell' had a huge front disc rotor mounted to the rim, and the fork leg caliper was equally huge, still - it never lived up to the hype, was heavier and not a powerful as a traditional dual disc setup and ultimately fizzled and died....
  • 30 0
 that redbull gear is going to inflate alot of 13-17 year olds egos
  • 25 0
 I got excited to see Redbull making googles but then I thought of how I'll look like a 16 year old who slapped monster stickers on his "muffler deleted" Subaru Impreza.
  • 10 0
 @theoskar57: **Removes Redbull goggles to reveal Pit Vipers underneath**
  • 22 0
 > Available as a cross-country model with 130mm of rear wheel travel or down-country version with 135mm

But how would a bike with 132.5mm of rear travel be called?
  • 6 1
 I don't know about 132.5mm, but I do know that 125mm or less is up-country...
  • 6 0
 crown-country?
  • 41 2
 @albeant: I like it!

125mm - Up Country
127.5mm - Crup Country
130mm - Cross Country
132.5mm - Crown Country
135mm - Down Country
  • 2 0
 Do-country
  • 60 0
 clown country
  • 5 0
 Whatta-country?
  • 1 1
 The new standard.
  • 3 0
 That’s got to be a typo. 135mm on a maybe 45mm stroke SIDluxe? I’m skeptical. But suppose the kinematics do make for a 3.0 leverage ratio xc/dc bike with 135mm rear travel, to then pair it with a fork that’s only available in 120mm? No way.
  • 2 0
 @rockandrollmark: A Yakov Smirnoff reference. My day is complete.
  • 18 0
 We appreciate that you took the time to look at the info on Our Mobu. To clarify it seems there was some misunderstanding on a few things, most likely in the haste of Eurobike.
Our shor travel option has 118mm travel or if you like to round up or down more or less than that. The light trail or ….county option has 130mm rear travel and a bit more if the shock is changed to a 55 mm stroke.
Cheers Mate.
  • 2 0
 That’s correct @BrambleLee: 52,5 strokex185 for the 118mm and 52.5 for the 130mm
  • 3 0
 I’m waiting for the 132.99mm travel. I want precision in my riding.
  • 1 0
 @schulte1400: 160mm- no country for old men.
  • 1 0
 @sjma:

The 127.5mm - Crup Country's are actually 126.99mm and should work for your needs.

The marketing folks (who also did the work for naming wheel sizes) just call them 127.5's to make it sound like they are half way between the 125's and the 130's, but they aren't, they are closer to 125's.
  • 23 1
 Seriously give a medal to the man/woman who named those sunglass Daft.
  • 6 2
 Since they're new, does that make them a "first daft"? Is there going to be another version soon?
  • 3 0
 @noapathy: no. These are meant for mountain biking. Things get rowdy and dirty. They're a rough daft.
  • 1 0
 @viccuus: In the marketing material it says they're only for wearing while consuming energy drinks and trying super hard to look cool for your broskis.
  • 2 0
 But is it Punk?
  • 19 0
 Its going to be pretty cringe seeing RedBull branded gear on riders…
  • 7 0
 It legit won't be possible to wear these without sipping from a can and scralping every berm in slow motion.
  • 19 0
 @rockandrollmark: Slow motion is my only speed
  • 3 0
 I'll be wearing my Red Bull goggles with my polka dot KOM jersey.
  • 2 0
 Almost as much as using verbs as adjectives and being so gutted about everything
  • 1 0
 @pipm1: Bullseye
  • 16 0
 Our pedals are 8.8mm thick, except where they are 9.9mm thick... oh and don't measure that bulge in the middle that's 14mm thick...
  • 9 0
 A product description written by a politician.
  • 1 0
 The pins are only 0.6mm though. That's what you get when you mess too much with tenths of a millimeter.
  • 1 0
 Ha i still have one of your BMX hubs.
  • 1 0
 Yeah,not to mention the narrow bearing(?) placement,really great design
  • 1 0
 Just looking at those pins, they aren't digging into anything. Thick as hell, soft rounded tops. Best pedals use 3mm pins to really dig in.
  • 11 0
 'MoBu (means 'of the earth' in Afrikaans)' WTF? Not any of the Afrikaans that I know of!
Actually its the Zulu word for 'Soil" so Ralf Hauser better do some homework before publishing his post.
  • 2 3
 @el-guapo-dave Do you really think that I was standing there, coming up with that by myself? That's what I was told by Pyga, and no, I didn't fact-check that on Wikipedia at 3 in the morning, neither would I have ever gotten the idea to fact-check that. But I'll have it removed, so the world can be at peace again ...
  • 4 0
 @ralf-hauser: don't sweat about Angry Dave.
South Africa has 11 official languages, getting confused between them if you don't speak them is very easy.
  • 1 0
 How about Patrick MOrewood... Ollie BUrnett...
  • 9 0
 Remember when Roadies first got onto discs and all the haters where saying you would get cut to pieces in a crash?
  • 14 1
 We didn’t manage to eradicate all the roadies yet though. Have to resort to bolting on saw blades.
  • 18 1
 Cardboard signs seem to be more efficient. @BamaBiscuits:
  • 2 0
 purists still seem to prefer rim brakes, in stuff like the Tour they seem to change depending on what part of the course they are on. I didn't even consider rim for my road bike, disc is superior in so many ways besides a tiny amount of weight.
  • 2 1
 @gramboh: It is much faster and more reliable to swap wheels with a quick-release and rim brakes than it is with a thru-axle and discs. If the disc is off, or the wrong thickness, it can have a real effect when the race is riding away from you at 27mph. For us punters, your right. Rim brakes don't really offer anything that disc doesn't do as well or better
  • 2 3
 @TBaldwin90: how there’s no cables to mess around with just slide the wheel in and tighten up the through axel.
  • 2 0
 @gramboh: rim brakes work well on road bikes if you have high end brakes, aluminum brake rims, and are using /=28mm tires. I think that's why roadies resist. I don't ride road much anymore, but when I tried carbon wheels I thought that rim brakes were horrifying. I was so much slower downhill because I didn't trust them to stop. I got a CX bike with TRP Hylex when they first came out (2014?) and I knew from that point forward I'd only use discs.
  • 8 0
 MoBu (means 'of the earth' in Afrikaans)..... really? I think you mean Zulu/Xhosa and that translates to "soil".
  • 7 0
 That main pivot area on the Pyga looks great for destroying itself when crushing rocks thrown into the gap by the tyre.
  • 3 2
 It is not an attractive looking frame. Designed in side view, apply fillets to square edges. Hire that Canyon ID intern.
  • 4 0
 Galfer rotors, I am thoroughly in love with the cooling wave design. I have run one of their 220 rotors for a while now and I love it. I will be first in line to get one of these when it’s released to the public.

Red Bull eyewear, meh to the goggles but hell yeah to making the glasses rx compatible.
  • 2 0
 I thought thy had borrowd it from f1 bell housings and there was going to be some inermediat carrier ,
  • 4 0
 Is a flip- chip that adjusts your head angle by 0.5 degrees actually worth the effort? Or do all these manufacturers just add them to tick a box on their sales sheet? “With flip-chip to adjust geometry” Can most people even notice a 0.5 degree change (if they’re being honest).

The same with 10mm of chainstay adjustment, shouldn’t they just have the balls to offer a much bigger range of length adjustment.
  • 1 0
 I have a flip chip on my 2018 capra 29. Ive actually gone back and forth between the two settings a few times. Going for about a year in each mode. The reason i switched was because i was having so many pedal strikes on the climbs in low mode. While high mode reduced the pedal strikes, it also pedaled better and had sharper steering. I was doing a lot more varied riding that year and the high mode was great for that. Then the next year i started riding chunkier and steeper stuff and went back to low mode. A few more pedal strikes but not terrible. Descending was a lot better though. Ive kept it that way for this year but i also increased travel front and rear to 170. Slack hta and no pedal strikes. It certainly is more work on the climbs though.
  • 1 0
 @jojotherider1977: but how much did it actually raise the BB and steepens the head angle? Some of these flip chips only raise the BB by only a few mm which I can’t imagine actually makes much difference
  • 1 0
 @CustardCountry: a whole 9mm! Lol. I think the change does slightly alter pedaling dynamics so it could be that the bb doesnt drop as much while seated pedaling. Id say that it was enough that i immediately reduced my pedal strikes without changing anything else.

That said, I do think pedal strikes are mostly solved with technique. I dont get as many pedal strikes these days.

Pedal strikes were just one part of it though. It pedaled better and turned sharper. I dont mind having the option. Theres a couple big rides near me that i want to tackle. Lots of climbing lots of descending over 60-70 miles. If i ever tackle that on yhe capra, you can bet im going to maximize my pedaling efficiency. Cheaper to adjust geo than buy a new bike.
  • 4 0
 Wait. Galfer strong floating rotors? Aaaaah what the hell does that mean for my current Galfer floating rotors!? Maybe call them "extra tough" naaah too late now I'm in my head about it..... Shit....
  • 2 0
 This Pyga plug made me wonder what happened to Morewood, which led me to their site which apparently has been hacked so I can't see what's going on... I'm guessing that's not a good sign Frown
  • 4 1
 Yet another batch of product from the bike apparel industry that will help me identify people I don't want to get to know better.
  • 2 1
 ...i thought I was the only one with that outlook.
  • 4 0
 Tatze is German and means paw. Some people call flat pedals "bear paws" over here.
  • 2 0
 Here is your cookie
  • 2 0
 Back In The Day there were flat pedals known as 'Bear Traps'. Pretty chunky.
  • 2 0
 @iamamodel: And hurt like hell!
  • 5 0
 Red Bull googles, coming soon to select friday fails.
  • 1 0
 Hey, Magura, if you could please stop making your brake bodies out of plastic, that'd be great. When I crash, and I will, I'd at least like the cheap lever to break before the brake body. I'm now running plumber's tape under my Magura clamps to lessen the chance of an expensive crash - again. Please.
  • 4 0
 Why don't you just loosen the bolt on the clamp slightly so that it rotates up when impacting something?
  • 1 0
 Magura gets a bad rep for “plastic bodies breaking” but I’ve never actually heard of one breaking. Also, just run the clamp with 1nm torque! It will roll before it breaks anyway. Great brakes, strong and reasonably priced.
  • 2 0
 @Phlippie: Yes, that's what the plumbers tape is for. With the tape under the clamp you can do it up tighter so there is less flex, and also the sweet spot of not rotating under friction is larger. Anyway, that doesn't solve as many issue as having a strong body.
  • 1 0
 @manybrouce: You just did hear of one breaking - mine.
  • 1 0
 I don't know about buying Redbull gear I think I'm too slow for that but if you can buy replacement foam for the googles will stop you from having to bin goggles cos the foam has disintegrated. some other company should get onto that
  • 1 0
 So Shimano just came out with (September 1st) a new Dura Ace (XTR equivalent on road side) groupset and it's wirless + 12sp. The groupset has an app and everything like SRAM AXS but in the case of the Dura Ace groupset, the battery pack (in seat post) + rear and front mechs were connected with a wire. So maybe not totally wireless?

I imagine wireless XTR is not far off. Knowing how slow Shimano does stuff and with covid, "not far off" could be a year but hopefully not. I though it was interesting that the new Dura Ace is wireless only - they don't even have a cable-driven version for those who want it. At least they don't at this point.

I'm guessing there was no wireless XTR sneak peaks at Eurobike but hopefully Shimano gets this to market sooner than later.
  • 4 1
 When will rotors get so big and so thick that we just revert back to rim brakes? Innovation.
  • 3 0
 Do customers get paid to wear the red bull eyewear given the amount of branding on it
  • 1 0
 'xpect not

@the6thElement: worse than Spesh, Transition? Not seeing it
  • 1 0
 "...they do testing in-house on their own machines, making sure they exceed standards by a multitude."

Is this the SRAM testing procedure as well? Was wondering where all those standards came from.
  • 2 0
 This same sentence irritated me sooo much. Written like fragment. Exceeded expectations by a factor. Better by more than. Might as well start using marspeak... "Best in breed" "Top of class" "Unparalleled" "Unprecedented stoppage".
  • 4 0
 Does Tatze also sell a tool for digging those pedals out of your shins?
  • 1 0
 that zillion small holes rotor, that's how it's done. 2 or more mm thickness and just move the fins away from braking surface to inner edge so they're only used for cooling and those would be my next rotors. foolproof.
  • 1 1
 Interesting to see that with the CT master, Magura has moved away from the EBT port for bleeding the brake. I always stuck to with just removing the complete reservoir cap even though I've also got some 2008 Louise brakes which have both an EBT port as well as a removable reservoir cap. I just prefer to be able to see the bubbles appear in the reservoir as I bleed the brake. But this no longer seems to be possible with the MT series of brakes. Cool to see it back in these CT masters even though they don't seem targeted to mountainbikers. They actually resemble the Julie master they had before 2007 (or at least the last one before they came with Julie HP).
  • 1 0
 I like how gates say that you never have to clean your bike again!
I tried this with a sealed drive, but after a whole winter my suspension & brakes were toast?
  • 3 0
 I have a Gates belt drive on my daily commuter and haven't cleaned it since early april. My pants remain clean though. After breaking a couple of chains in a few years, I had enough and bought a bike with a belt drive and so fare it has delivered on every promise. I would love a dh bike with one!
  • 5 0
 @GrUnReVel: I have an ex hire bike from an island off the coast that runs gates, because sand in the chains was costing them too much in maintenance. I literally have never done a thing to it. Running gates belts is one of the main attractions for me to gearboxes. I would love to run a long travel bike with them one day in the future.
  • 2 0
 @Afterschoolsports: I live at a windy coast and got it for the same reason. The sand and salt make it too much of a hassle to maintain a chain.
  • 1 0
 @GrUnReVel: I’m continually impressed by how good the system is. I was starting to plan a bike packing bike to run gates and rohloff on a trip through Indonesia before COVID. Now I think I will run it on my DJ bike if I can find the parts cheaply.
  • 2 0
 @Afterschoolsports: the tanks of Rottnest!
One of the Unis over there used to have bevel drive hire bikes. Love a bevel gear.
  • 1 0
 @GrUnReVel:
How does it ride? I am super intrigued- that bike looked amazing
  • 1 0
 @Bottleride: I should have gotten one a lot sooner instead of messing about, in denial, with chains. I never had a more silent ride, it stays and looks clean, hadn't had to reset my wheel- as I occasionally had to with chains,... It's everything I hoped it would be and have yet to discover downsides.
  • 1 0
 @dirtyburger: yes! They’re the ones. The red pigs. Back when I was at uni, there weren’t hire bikes on campus. Or I would also have a bevel geared bike too. Haha.
  • 2 0
 Roadies already having nightmares that galfer are onto something with their finger removers
  • 1 0
 Unpopular opinion: The glasses with the prescription insert look rad, as do the lifestyle ones with the wraparound holder. Gotta be ready for anything.
  • 3 0
 redbull goggles are like beer goggles but for sending?
  • 1 0
 I just put that Galfer 203 on the front of my trail bike and the difference is very noticeable (though I was on a 180 so apple/orange)
  • 1 0
 Pyga, 4th pix, flip chip location; bike gets lighter and lighter with time, one sheered carbon layer by a rock strike at a time
  • 2 0
 I want 12" rotors and pink brake calipers.
  • 1 0
 Adapters (even the colored anodized ones) are already unsightly. Can you imagine either the mount bulge off a fork or the adapter structure required to do a 50% increase in rotor size?
  • 2 0
 brake rotor throwing stars
  • 1 1
 Those rotor fins look like they are borrowed teeth from a circular saw blade. Coming in contact with a moving rotor was bad enough without the addition of a serrated blade
  • 2 0
 If you manage to touch the inside curve of the brake surface, you'll likely be sliced by the spokes. It takes a bit more precision to actually get injured by the saw teeth.
  • 1 0
 moto gp doesn't allow carbon wheels or superbike . so what they fitting them to the paddock scooter?
  • 1 0
 …so do the glasses give you wings, or do you still have to drink a whole can of “Essence of Hangover”?
  • 1 0
 Those redbull goggles look abit cheap.
  • 1 0
 Start at £59 RRP bud
  • 1 0
 You’d be daft to wear Red Bull sunglasses.
  • 1 0
 RedBull Kini gear is nice...

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