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May 9, 2019 at 10:03
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May 3, 2019 at 12:20
May 3, 2019
Video: Bellingham’s Biggest Hits with Luca Cometti, Jaxson Riddle, & Kelend Hawks
@AJMIAC: hopefully we didn’t tear up your trails, we talked to most of the trail builders and they were super nice and didn’t mind. We did some laps on the trails after, that did more damage than any of the filming!
Tannus Tannus's article
May 3, 2019 at 10:30
May 3, 2019
Video: Bellingham’s Biggest Hits with Luca Cometti, Jaxson Riddle, & Kelend Hawks
The riders and filmers KILLED it, thanks for being as stoked as we are!
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Tannus lucacometti's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 15:40
Apr 30, 2019
Video: Luca Cometti Shows Off San Diego's Riding Highlights
Luca’s riding is just as good as his overall character. Super cool down to earth rider and individual. Rad content man!
Tannus Tannus's article
Apr 19, 2019 at 13:01
Apr 19, 2019
Video: Bellingham Wildman Kelend Hawks' Massive Crash & Rock Roll Redemption
Bikes are our specialty, not websites. Thanks for pointing it out, we’ll get those fixed ASAP.
Tannus Tannus's article
Apr 19, 2019 at 8:51
Apr 19, 2019
Video: Bellingham Wildman Kelend Hawks' Massive Crash & Rock Roll Redemption
@Rubberelli: Great questions! 1. Yep, for a 27.5x2.5 tire you'll run a 1.9-2.1 tube. Essentially just go down one size. This reduces the amount of material in the tire so there's less tube to pinch. 2. Ripped sidewalls don't do anything since the Armour fully encapsulates the tube. One of our testers has been running a ripped tire sidewall for 3 months without a flat. 3. Punctures: The Armour is thick enough to prevent thorns and what not, and the shape of the Armour almost completely eliminates pinch flats. 4. Let the tire still roll: You better believe it! Not sure if you want more specific.... 5. Install: The same install as installing a normal tube since the bulk of the material is at the apex of the tire. Getting the bead in shouldn't be much harder than a normal tire/tube install. 6. Weight: Our 27.5 weighs 300g per tire (.65lbs)
Tannus Tannus's article
Apr 19, 2019 at 8:44
Apr 19, 2019
Video: Bellingham Wildman Kelend Hawks' Massive Crash & Rock Roll Redemption
Great questions! If you haven't watched this video, go check it out: https://youtu.be/zIuIf5-eFK8. We're making a new informational video soon, be on the lookout for it! But the concept is simple: By using a tube, you get added sidewall support that you don't get with tubeless. By having the "Wings" on the Armour, it adds even more sidewall support, but you can run PSI's that are much lower than possible with tubeless. This allows the tire to roll as if it had the stability of a higher PSI tire, but the small bump compliance of a low PSI tire. IE best of both worlds. Does that help? Also, when slamming rocks and potential pinch flat areas, the Armour is pinching, not the tube since you're using a smaller tube. One of our testers has been riding his DH tires at 14psi without flatting them yet.
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