One Last Walk Through the Biggest Bike Show in California - Sea Otter 2018

Apr 25, 2018
by Sarah Moore  


Take your pick between four classic Brat colors.
Take your pick between four classic Subaru Brat colors.
The inside of the pop top Brat which Subaru has at their booth. Wood fire stove included.
The inside of the custom pop-top Brat that Subaru had at their booth. Woodfire stove included.

ODI has their proprietary Aire compound foam grips on display. Once you get a feel of these it s easy to get a handle on how foam grips are really catching on.
ODI had their proprietary Aire compound foam grips on display. Once you get a feel of these, it's easy to get a handle on why foam grips are catching on.

Fouriers with their new Carbon 35 bar and stem combo.
Fouriers with their new Carbon 35 bar and stem combo.

Prologo Space. Holes in all the right places.
Prologo claims their Space saddle has holes in all the right places.

Prologo has taken a seat on the bandwagon and is releasing three new saddles that fit in the shorter wider category. You can choose between padding levels curvature and material to dial in the perfect saddle for your riding.
Prologo is releasing three new saddles that fit in the shorter, wider category. You can choose between padding firmness, curvature, and material, to dial in the perfect saddle for your riding.
Ti carbon and chromoly not pictured offer three different price points and weight options.
Titanium, carbon and chromoly rails (not pictured) at three different price points and weight options.

Spacecraft also introduces stretchy athletic belts for the mtb world
Spacecraft introduces stretchy athletic belts for the mountain bike world.

As usual their hat selection is on point
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Spacecraft's hat selections are on point.

Another Paris Gore shot on the new Spacecraft jerseys
The new Spacecraft jerseys.The super light, ventilated jerseys feature Paris Gore photo prints.
Spacecraft has been in the snow world for years and they are finally entering the word of bike The super light and ventilated jerseys feature epic Paris Gore photo prints
Spacecraft has been in the snow world for years and are finally entering the word of bike.

Super small and surprisingly simple back holder the Hornet Clug
Super small and surprisingly simple back wheel holder, the Hornet Clug.

Winner of longest travel suspension at Sea Otter goes to Fox and their trophy truck
Winner of longest travel suspension at Sea Otter goes to Fox and their trophy truck.

Evoc s new hip pack which will be released later this year features Venti Flap With a quick pull forward your pack will snug up for a secure downhill riding position.
Evoc's new hip pack, which will be released later this year, features "Venti Flap." With a quick pull forward, your pack will snug up for a secure downhill riding position and...
When you reach the uphill climb just tug backwards and allow the pack to separate from your lower back allowing for maximum ventilation and comfort.
...When you reach the uphill climb, tug backwards and allow the pack to separate from your lower back, for maximum ventilation and comfort.

Under the same roof as Kogel Handske is a new glove company which focuses on simplicity and the mindset that less is more.
Under the same roof as Kogel, Handske is a new glove company which focuses on simplicity. Their mindset is that less is more.

Although they re not well known in the mountain bike world Kogel is now the official bottom bracket of the YT Mob. Here is the custom blue which is the same as on Aaron Gwin s world cup rig.
Although they're not well known in the mountain bike world, Kogel is now the official bottom bracket of the YT Mob. Here is the custom blue BB which is on Aaron Gwin's world cup rig.

All Kogel BBs come with a one year warranty which can be extended an additional two years if your bearing is properly serviced.
All Kogel BBs come with a one year warranty which can be extended an additional two years if your bearing is properly serviced.
Bearing manufacturer Kogel provides custom bottom brackets specifically fitted to your needs. The tightest possible shell fit allows for the perfect bearings and smoothest ride.
Bearing manufacturer Kogel believes their tightest possible shell fit allows for the perfect bearings and smoothest ride.

Skratch at Sea Otter 2018.
Skratch Labs with tasty morsels for hungry cyclists at Sea Otter 2018.

27.5 or 29 and built for smashing the Alex Recon 3.0 features a small alloy insert at each spoke nipple. 1300 USD MSRP. Sea Otter 2018.
The Alex Recon 3.0 carbon rim features an aluminum insert to reinforce the spoke/nipple interfaces.
27.5 or 29 and built for smashing the Alex Recon 3.0 features a small alloy insert at each spoke nipple. 1300 USD MSRP. Sea Otter 2018.
Available in 27.5 or 29 and built for smashing. $1300 USD MSRP.

Deity at Sea Otter 2018.
Deity had all-new Brendan Fairclough signature handlebars on display.

Deity at Sea Otter 2018.
Deity's new Limited Edition Turquoise line, perfectly color matched to Yeti paint.

Pole Bicycles Machine at Sea Otter 2018.
The rare moment when Pole Bicycles' Machine was not surrounded by curious fans.

Pole Bicycles Machine at Sea Otter 2018. The frame is machined in 2 halves and then bonded bolted together.
The frame is machined in two halves...
Pole Bicycles Machine at Sea Otter 2018. The frame is machined in 2 halves and then bonded bolted together.
...And then bonded and bolted together.

Pole Bicycles Machine at Sea Otter 2018. The frame is machined in 2 halves and then bonded bolted together.
Pole Bicycles at Sea Otter 2018.
Owner and designer of the Finnish bike company, Leo Kokkonen

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All the different color options for the Oakley Flight Jacket.

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The Oakley Flight Jacket features their Advancer function.
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With a quick flick, Advancer moves the glasses about half an inch away from your face, for maximum air ventilation on the climbs.

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Oakley also had their Wind Jacket 2.0 on display. It originated for warm spring ski days and ski touring, but is making its way into the cycling world with a Prism Trail lens options now available.

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Geoff Kabush wore Oakley's new ARO3 helmet in the XC races this week. It features a Boa retention system and an integrated eyewear dock to securely stow your shades.

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Emily from Joe's No Flats rode their demonstration bike back and forth across the nails all day - and the tires didn't lose any air.
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The only part of the Rev Grips' system that makes contact with your handlebar is the clamp itself. The clamp contains shock absorbing inserts that allow allows the grip to rotate slightly and reduce fatigue absorb shock.

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Factor has new hubs with 3 degrees of engagement, and a multitude of colours, at $449 for the pair.

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Choose between 7 different colours.

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And new Novatec Diablo hoops available in 27.5 and 29. Sam Blenkinsop and Connor Fearon have been riding these.

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New Novatec Crisp wheels.

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A smattering of Smanie saddles.

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You can probably find a set of HT Pedals to match your bicycle...

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Galfer's monster 223mm brake rotor: Released in conjunction with Sea Otter, is available for OEM customers, and will be in stores once Galfer gets enough caliper adapters in the pipeline. Benefits are cooler temperatures and stronger braking.

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Enve launched a full range of bars and stems with large-format, 35mm clamp diameters.

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Enve's Director of Marketing, Jake Pantone tells the story of their shock-absorbing liner. Originally, they experimented with a tubular flange that contained a shock absorbing elastomer. It cushioned impacts and saved tires, but rock impacts crushed the flanges slightly. Okay for World Cup DH racers, but not for retail customers, so...

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...Enve came up with an over-the-flange liner. molded to widen the tire's impact zone and to act as a cushion. It turned out to protect the tire and much better, and as a bonus, the springy inner section of the liner dramatically improved tubeless tire mount-ups. But nobody could mold the liner correctly, so....

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...The engineering team at Enve devised their own "injection molding" machine to produce the liners. The liners are molded flat and then welded into a ring (the zig-zag weld line is visible in this image).

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Felt's all-carbon Compulsion is a beauty. They slacked out the geometry, steepened the seat tube angle, and boosted the reach, which finally gives this sharp-pedaling 160mm machine the technical skills its fans have been asking for. Weight is pegged at 28 pounds for a medium and its MSRP will be a bit more than $5500 USD.

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The rear suspension and signature Equilink are now carbon fiber parts.

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A flip-chip on the rocker assembly further slackens the geometry by one degree.
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WTB's official stance is that they "may" know very little about the recent explosion of long-travel 29ers and that they "may" have no plans of launching some kick-ass 29er tires in the coming months...

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Teravail's latest tires are the Cumberland (left) and the Kennebec (right). We'll be reporting on these later this year.
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Teravail's Cumberland is a fast-rolling all-mountain/trail design, usually used for a rear tire, and available in 29 x 26, or 27.5 x 2.8.

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The Kennebec is Travail's heavily studded AM/trail tire that can be used in pairs, or as a front option. Sizes are 27.5 x 2.8 or 29 x 2.6.

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Kenda's Hellkat Pro DH tire.

Side-by-side tests by Kenda, both in the lab and on the World Cup circuit, have disavowed the widely held idea that wire beads stay on the rims better than aramid (Kevlar) types. Kenda found a higher strength aramid material that proved stronger and lighter weight than its steel beads and that material will be an option along with metal beaded DH tires in its range.

Kenda's Hellkat Pro DH tires also eschew the commonly held truism that double-casing tires (four layers of cloth casing material instead of two) is the end-all for DH tire survival. Instead, Kenda has used a single-ply casing since day one, using separate aramid sidewall and under-tread panels that won't rip or tear like polyester casing cloth, while allowing the casing to be more supple.
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A Kevlar mesh strip is bonded beneath the tread.

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And the sun sets on Sea Otter for another year!


MENTIONS: @SeaOtterClassic



99 Comments

  • + 74
 I'm confused why rim manufacturers are adding protection to the rims. Isn't that the job of the tire? Or are we all riding 700g single ply tires at 18 psi and complaining that we're damaging rims?

All these latest sunglasses just remind me that I'm passed being cool. I put them on and look like a serial killer.
  • + 50
 I like the guys who swear by carbon rims and then drop cush core and another 1000g grams into their tire liners. Just buy alloy bud.
  • + 0
 @raditude: It really depends if the point is to finish the race/event or save an expensive rim.
  • + 4
 @opignonlibre: Na i just think it's hilarious that dudes are taking stock 30lb 170mm bikes and adding carbon wheels and choochcore and ending up with a heavier bike. $1,500 upgrade to carbon only to add weight.

Spending $500 on a carbon rim only to add a bunch of weight in with cushcore seems pretty counter intuitive. I get it if you don't want to keep rebuilding wheels, but it just negates the need for carbon all-together, get an alloy rim with cc.

But the fact that we have Nomad 4's is god damn ridiculous. 170mm 27.5 wizard bikes that hold water bottles. bikes are so far beyond rider needs. my iron horse 7 point weighed another Nomad more and was intended for the same type of riding.
  • + 13
 the stiffness of a carbon rim is what i liked. same with carbon frames. there are ride quality benefits. and only each individual can put a value on that for themselves.
  • + 3
 That rim protection is for the kool Bros who are riding around on flat tires trying to convince themselves - and anyone who'll listen, that's what tire engineers had in mind when they developed the tire.
  • - 24
flag foggeloggliod (Apr 25, 2018 at 7:43) (Below Threshold)
 @raditude: there's performance upgrade with carbon wheels over alloy. Weight isn't everything in, in fact most companies are using carbon for their strength and stiffness. Your cheap ass wouldn't understand carbon rims with cushcore. Maybe a college degree could help you get some carbon wheels.
  • + 8
 If you're going to destroy your rims anyway a few times a year and can afford some carbon hoops, carbon takes way less ongoing maintenance until it explodes and you have to rebuild vs alloys death by a hundred dents, constantly having to bend dents out of the rim lip, or one big one that won't seal tubeless or bend back right, along with alloys excessive retruing requirements. I wouldn't consider 28 to 32 psi low on double down tires but if you're a heavy hack rider and ride where its rocky the inserts make a lot of sense.
  • - 25
flag foggeloggliod (Apr 25, 2018 at 8:49) (Below Threshold)
 @raditude: poor people complaining about carbon wheels and cushcore.
  • + 22
 @raditude: The dudes putting carbon wheels on their 30lb bikes probably just like a good stiff wheel for shedding their 170mm of suspension. Carbon isn't 100% about weight.
  • - 4
flag speed10 (Apr 25, 2018 at 9:25) (Below Threshold)
 @adrennan: I dunno if you’ve been reading lately, but bike manufacturers are now saying that testing shows aluminum is actually stiffer than the same frame in carbon. So, I’m not sure what actually makes carbon feel faster. The weight savings in your wallet?
  • + 3
 @speed10: i saw that pivot said something like that. intriguing for sure. i stil think carbon wheels are stiffer for the same weight.
  • + 8
 @raditude: I think you have completely missed the point of cushcore if you think its there to protect your rim. Maybe a bonus of their product, but not its intent.
  • + 2
 @warmerdamj: I don't disagree. 230lbs pre-gear, I like stiff wheels and still can't complain about alloy. Then again, i check my spoke tension often and I don't think everyone does.
  • + 5
 @H3RESQ: Yea, silly me. It isn't like rim protection is one of the four main selling points on their homepage or anything.
  • + 7
 @raditude: It depends of often you put alloy rims out of true.
For me...
Carbon rims : almost never
Alloy: once a month
The only reason I have carbon hoops on ( some) of my bikes.
  • + 0
 @raditude: But at the end of the day, its up to that individual rider to decide what they want to run. I agree, a good set of aluminum wheels can be completely bomb proof!
  • + 5
 @raditude: @raditude: Clearly you have never ridden an N4, because if you had then you would know that Santa Cruz nailed that bike. If you don't like carbon rims don't buy them. Carbon rims are only partially about weight savings, they are mainly about ride quality and feel. By using carbon rims with cush core you are getting great ride quality and rim/flat protection.
  • + 4
 @pierson100: Then you read that incorrectly because I was sharing how impressed I am with it
  • + 11
 @treekilla: Your mom goes to college.
  • - 4
flag foggeloggliod (Apr 25, 2018 at 14:58) (Below Threshold)
 @raditude: ooo you got me there!!
  • + 1
 Those "Joe's No Flats" are unreal!
  • + 2
 @raditude: I haven't heard anyone mention the IH 7Point in years! I slacked out the head angle by 3 degrees and use mine as a park bike. And it still pedals great, as long as you're not in a hurry....
  • + 5
 29" We Are One rims with Cushcore combo here ($1200). I've damaged 4 alloy rims to the point of not being able to true, running 30+ PSI in the last 4 years. I made the switch not for rotating weight, but to run a secure setup with 0% chance of pinching the sidewalls and I can run 26 without worrying about damage. The Cushcore insert is unique in that it literally locks the tire on the wheel, meaning when you turn, the tire doesn't squirm AT ALL. Also, if I do happen to damage the rim, they have a lifetime warranty. The biggest surprise so far is how well they track around turns due to being super stiff. One of the best upgrades I've made in years.
  • + 2
 @ryan83: +1 for this. I just bought a pair of We Are Ones with Project 321 hubs 27.5 Agents. They dropped 1/3 of a lb from my bike (mostly in the hubs), and the ride quality is absolutely phenomenal. Much stiffer laterally, equally as compliant, and much more precise in steering and have given me the confidence to go faster. Other upsides include less maintenance truing the wheels and a more robust rim. Downside is that cracking one does scrap the rim vs aluminum, but given their lifetime warranty, I couldn't be happier with them!
  • + 0
 @ryan83: Well, i will commend them on their warranty. It is impressive. They either have very large margins, or they are going to fold due to sending free product out. I hope they are around long enough for you to not be out of luck.
  • + 1
 I'm betting that they make well-designed and durable products, using tight QA controls (made in-house) and know that their methods make a super strong rim. The Cushcore serves as an additional buffer/insurance but having already slapped them around (first ride was UPS/LPS/Porcupine Rim) I'm hopeful that these will last as they haven't even needed to be trued. And if I do the math, they only need to last 3 seasons to pay for themselves compared to the cost of alloy. I'm a 200lb rider and my other bike has EX511's, 32h (already gone through 1 rear rim).

I was the biggest carbon hoop hater until I added up the cost of my previous alloy setups.
  • + 0
 @ryan83: but you need to factor in the bike consumer who will want new rims each season and with a wide open policy like that it will just take one person to ruin it for everyone. People try to do nice things, I won’t fault them for trying.
  • + 43
 That pole has a beautiful finnish
  • + 4
 I need one but shorter travel please.
  • + 1
 If I had the bike I would tell it in my anchor man voice "that thing is good I want to be on you"
  • + 3
 I see what you did there...
  • + 4
 That's what she said
  • + 5
 @vitality: I spoke to a guy at their tent at SOC and he'd said they've got 3 or 4 more models on the way. Gorgeous frames in person.
  • - 2
 I was there on saturday... they realllly need to check their bikes before an event. The rebound was fast as shit. Tried compressing the suspension to see how it felt and the shock bounced like 5 times before staying still
  • + 16
 @Chingus-Dude: I'm glad that you visited us and noticed the fast rebound Smile As we designed the bike's geometry from a clean desk, we did not stop there. We use a lot of effort to engineer the suspension accordingly to the geometry. It's not a surprise that we found something out of the box there as well. The suspension design is entirely different from the norm. The shock has a "high rebound" compression, what means that the shim stack is built to damp the high-speed rebound more than standard shocks. What this means is that when you use all of the travel the shock's first rebound is damped tight but when the big hit is taken care of the shock returns to its dynamic SAG position fast because we leave the low-speed rebound reasonably open. As you thought that we did not check the bikes, the bikes were just how the bike should be tuned. On Pole bikes, low-speed rebound can be left fast so that the bike's geometry holds high in the travel in small chatter and tracks the ground. If you need more convincing, there are first ride tests where you can read more about the bike and how it rides on a setup like this. We are organizing Pinkbike a test bike for them for long-term use but in the meanwhile, you can take a look at the first ride reviews found on our website from other big media. -Leo

polebicycles.com/machine
  • + 1
 @polebicycles: I’m glad to see this tune on the rebound coming from a manufacturer. I’ve had to take all of my suspension elements in for a custom tune for years. Maybe we can get the fork producers to make a similar tune.

It is surprising at first, the bike feels so “alive”. When you first head into a big hit you get worried that you will get bucked to the moon; then you don’t. Life is good.

A good friend of mine is getting a Machine hopefully in a week or 2. Can’t wait to try it out.
  • + 2
 @polebicycles:
Chingus-Dude. Killed by words.
  • + 1
 @polebicycles: I hear there may be a Demo day coming to the SF bay area.... any info on that?
  • + 39
 Travel adjustable hip-pack and sunglasses, soon you will have to action so many buttons before going down that we'll need an air pilot checklist.
  • + 8
 Especially if you are riding a Scott bike with the levers for front and rear suspension adjustments.
  • + 7
 I can't believe they expect riders to adjust those manually. Where's the goddamn remotes? Come on bike industry, sheesh!

And 35mm diameter bars!? Come on, isn't that like so 2104? Where's the 38mm bars that are 7.234% stiffer? (you just know it's a matter of time)
  • + 4
 @gtrguy: No stop they will actually take you seriously. Then we would be screwes
  • + 3
 Forget 35mm bars, 33.99mm bars is the future!
  • + 2
 @Endurahbrah: I have a Spark with a dropper and twinloc and can confirm I refer to it as having a cockpit. I struggle to fit race plates on the front of it.
  • + 3
 @gtrguy: you mean 37.99mm bar clamps
  • + 25
 Love that Spacecraft is getting into mtb. Those jerseys are perfect, no big ass logos, just a good looking style and print.
I don’t work for FOX, or any other bike co, so I don’t want their logos is big bold letters all across my gear.
  • + 4
 "Tight jersey! Is that a spacecraft?" Looks over to buddy> "That dude must work for Spacecraft"
  • + 18
 Those SpaceCraft belts look EXACTLY like Arcade belts....
  • + 3
 @laxguy agreed. kind of lame to copycat like that.
  • + 4
 Hopefully WTB comes out with a suitable replacement for the Breakout. That was a good rear tire and the tough casing was indeed tough. They shrank the casing on the last few of these tires I bought. Casing still marked 29 x 2.3, but it’s lost considerable volume; it’s lower profile and not as wide. Sending the unused ones back because besides the casing, one of the best things about the tire was it’s large volume. Gonna try the Aggressor 2.5 DD as a replacement.
  • + 1
 i literally bought a breakout two weeks ago. pretty sure they are still around.
  • + 3
 I've got the Aggressor on the back of my bike (2016 Canfield Balance). It's a great tire, rolls quick and solid cornering bite. 100% confidence with it riding the San Diego kitty litter rocks and dirt. Grips well in the loose stuff while climbing too.
  • + 1
 Hopefully WTB comes out with more wet weather options, Vigilante is sick but needs to be 2.5 too, we don't all ride in Cali dust!
  • + 2
 @Bobbyd82: excellent choice in bike. i had an aggressor DD and blew it out in like two weeks on my balance. i really like the griffin from maxxis, super underrated tire
  • + 5
 That 223mm rotor puts me in mind to try an experimental braking setup ive been toying with, where the brakes pads are on the rim... I’m thinking the benefits are stronger braking and cooler temperatures!
  • + 7
 Handske is swedish and means..... Glove Smile
  • + 9
 I totally read that as "handshake" when I was skimming the article. Oops.
  • + 2
 Same in danish. Might buy them just for that
  • + 3
 Thanks for noticing guys!
Literally the first person to walk into the booth on Thursday was Danish.
I'm working on my pronunciation at the moment :-)
  • + 7
 The felt looks like a..... slash
  • + 3
 Sick paintjob tho
  • + 5
 Pretty sure the guys on Top Gear put a wood stove in a car once, it didn't work out well.
  • + 6
 i need that subaru brat. it is so perfect.
  • + 4
 Yeah, why no pic of the outside tho?
  • + 4
 They did in the last post about sea otter. @Endurahbrah:
  • + 3
 @Endurahbrah: cause it is ugly as balls!
  • + 1
 That FOX truck NEEDS to be a thing! Imagine that as an option for normal people's Ford trucks; drive your new truck off the dealership lot to the sound of dropping jaws for miles around. That is the best looking vehicle I've seen in a while. Drool
  • + 4
 Can I cut that ODI grip in half and put it in my fork?Will it be better/cheaper than the Formula option? Big Grin
  • + 2
 Joes No Flats is such a crap name for a company. How do they expect us to take them seriously with such a blatant copy cat name and product?
  • + 4
 Hey Handske ever seen Handup Gloves before?
  • + 1
 I'm riding Terrivail Kennebec 29 2.6 on my hardtail. Light casing and 48mm rim up front, 35mm rim and durable casing on the rear. These are normal trail tires only more so. I like them a lot.
  • + 1
 Looks like a Rock Razr, which isn't a bad thing. I was going to go with Bontragers SE4 2.6 for front but they don't have a rear specific tread, yet. Are these a true 2.6 or are they a touch smaller? I will be mounting to a 29mm internal diameter.
  • + 3
 Rev grips are sweet! Love the feel of them.
  • + 2
 There seems like a distinct lack of 'new' at the moment. On-trend seems to be rehashed old ideas. Old is the new new
  • + 2
 And here I thought @whattheheel was WTB’s official spokes person for PB...
  • + 1
 I demand retribution!!!!
  • + 1
 @whattheheel: punishment for propagating WTB’s tire awesomeness? I think I need more coffee
  • + 4
 knock off Arcade belts?
  • + 3
 Love how that seat’s mounted on that Pole...
Damn what an ugly bike.
  • + 0
 That’s because it’s disruptive.
  • + 6
 @twozerosix: Disruptive to reproduction
  • + 2
 Call a spade a spade: Fannypack
  • + 2
 Wood stove inside a camper .... we call that a 'hippy killer' around here.
  • + 2
 Factor Hubs = Awesomeness
  • + 2
 Which forks can run a 223mm disc without voiding the warranty?
  • + 1
 Fox Shocks... get a new wrap guy.
  • + 1
 You know that's a race truck... right.... just saying.
  • + 1
 I'm doing my Kogel exercizes right now.
  • + 1
 new felt? team robot has to be lurking....
  • + 0
 What pray tell is that gizmo in the last photo, and importantly, where can one be purchased?
  • + 0
 That Pole......soooo sexy. Excuse me for a moment..
  • - 1
 Ah slowpokes from enve ole year to late with 35mm handlebars stems.

Venti fap? Sounds interest, but must resist
  • + 1
 He said pole.
  • - 1
 This Kenda tire looks really....Shorty.
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