The Final Round of Randoms - Sea Otter 2022

Apr 12, 2022 at 11:48
by Alicia Leggett  
Abbey Bike Tools always has some eye-catchers to check out.

New this year, Abbey has a couple of those tools that have very specific but undoubtedly useful purposes. The Saw Guide slides around, not over the top of the steerer tube, and it has notches for both toothed and non-toothed saws. The DUB Self Extracting Cap Tool has pins for each of the four holes to fit the dustcap on DUB cranks.

More Abbey beauties.

Maxxis knows how to grab our attention. We might as well all be kids in a candy shop at a place like Sea Otter. (And yeah, thank a nerd.)

Kali Protectives was onsite with helmet cross-sections to explain different foam densities and protection strategies. The (very generalized) takeaway, according to Kali? Put softer stuff next to the head.

A little preview of a bike I'll be testing in the upcoming months.

Revel Bikes wasn't the only Revel at the show. Revel Rider makes women's clothing without the "pink it and shrink it" approach, and while I haven't had the chance to ride in their products, the fabrics felt really, really nice.

Ever seen freshly-cooked chain lube? Mountain Flow was at the show cooking up some wax lube.

Mountain Flow's bike wash and chain lubes are biodegradable and plant-based, and the brushes use recycled plastic.

Of course, we have the perennial appearance of the Structure linkage fork.

Working it.

Pit Viper raffled off a minivan at Sea Otter. And in terms of new product, the Utah brand announced the Brapstrap goggles.

Smanie has the new DH/DH/BMX Sport saddle on display, which uses a similar design to the brand's DH-specific saddles but trickles down to a lower price point.

And SDG was showing off the women's Allure V2, which comes in a surf-inspired colorway.

While we're on saddles, SQ Lab - the makers of my all-time favorite 611 saddle - had a new saddle material to show off that promises to be elastic, tough, and abrasion-resistant.

I recently wrote about Lazer's new KinetiCore rotational protection system, so it was neat to check out the Jackal KinetiCore helmet in person.

Dynaplug's Covert bar-end tool has become refined, without the cap it used to have over the plug. It's also become compatible with more than just the ODI grips it used to use, and replaces nearly any bar-end plug. And Dynaplug nearly always has interesting display bikes.

Endura has some new bib shorts that feature the "DropSeat" function. Ladies, rejoice.

POC's latest full-face helmet is out now and it's packed with safety features despite its clean, straightforward appearance.

We already admired this little Honda Monkey at the Yoshimura tent last fall, but it's still a crowd-pleaser.

The new Otso Waheela C is gorgeous, with little paint flecks that shimmer in the light.

The bike uses an adjustable dropout system and can fit up to 700c x 54mm or 29" x 2.1" tires. Frame and fork: $2700. Complete bike: $3950 and up.

Factor Components is based in North Georgia and offers a wide range of products.

HT Components has fully overhauled its clip pedal lineup, including the M2 pedals used by Nino Schurter and his Scott-SRAM teammates.

I can think of many, many times I could have benefited form CushCore's new Bead Bro, which locks the tire bead in place for that last little bit.

Chrome, known mainly for its urban offerings, has been moving back toward mountain biking with some new apparel and shoes.

While not hardcore riding shoes, the idea behind these is that they can be worn while riding but also casually off the bike. 'Trail to town' or something like that.

USWE, known for its unique front closure that promises to limit pack movement, has introduced a sporty new two-liter pack.

4iiii recently launched the Precision 3 power meter, which can fit a wider variety of cranks than the previous models thanks to its low profile.

Moots has something to announce in the next few days, though it's embargoed for the time being. Sweet headbadge, though.

Abus has been working on helmets with the Quin fall-detection system. The system has also introduced a feature that allows users to tap the helmet four times to send an SOS signal, even without falling.

How good are kid's bikes these days? This YT Jeffsy Primus 24" has 140mm of rear travel and a 130mm Manitou Machete JUNIT fork.

The Pro Taper JUNIT bars have a taper to allow for a narrower clasp on the tiny grips, but a plastic sleeve protrudes from the grip so that standard controls can be used without sourcing shims. The Hayes Dominion brakes spec'd also have a different lever for short fingers.




OneUp has every size of post from 90mm, all the way up to a whopping 240 for those extra long legs. This killer Chromag Minor Threat 24" wheel bike for groms had their 120mm V2 Dropper Post and lever, Carbon bar, 35mm length stem, EDC Light tool, Composite flat pedals, and 30mm diameter grips.

MicroShift hasn't forgotten about the youth market either and launched 8 and 9-speed drivetrains that are specifically built for downsized bikes a week ago. The clutch derailleurs have a much shorter cage since they ride closer to the ground. The shifter length and throw is also reduced, but is still easy for tiny hands to actuate.



Prevelo's stack of legit aluminum frame youth bikes had wheel sizes from 26" all the way down to 14" laced with disc brakes.

1UP USA took home the largest truck award with their Chevy Silverado that was sitting on 38" tires.

Pro Taper's 20/20 carbon bar has, you guessed it, 20-degress of backsweep and a 20mm rise. The 195-gram bar uses a PFL (Plastic Foam Lamination) process which results in less resin and fewer plies needed to reduce weight.

Reynolds Black Label carbon rims are worthy. The proof is in the pudding judging by the collage of Enduro World Series stickers.

The Flume BOA is a new women's specific premium shoe with a velcro power strap and BOA lacing system. They come in at $190 for the flat sole and $210 for the SPD version.

The men's version, the Tallac, looks similar and costs the same, but offers more volume inside the shoe. Standard Flume and Tallac models go for $160 with the clip versions costing $20 more and have the same tread as the BOA counterparts.

Ride Concepts had every option under the sun for clip and flat pedal riders.

ODI's latest grip is accordingly named the CF for two reasons. The cushy 130 x 31.5mm grip was developed by BMX racer Connor Fields, whose initials also conveniently double with carbon fiber. The material is used in the end caps to prevent blowouts and retail for $42.95.


Kenda makes more than just MTB tires and had this tricked out Honda 1970 Z50 Mini Trail to cruise around the giant venue.


Intense officially dropped their Tracer mixed-wheeled 170mm travel enduro bike last week and brought all three colors out to show off.








Diamondback has brought back their long-travel 27.5" wheeled bike, the Mission. The freeride rig has 170mm of rear wheel travel and pairs best with a 180mm fork. Two build kits will be back in stock shortly and come equipped with Fox Float suspension at $6,100 or the price point Marzocchi coil option of $4,525.





Troy Lee Designs 2022 colors will be launching in May and has something for the whole family, including the new women's Lilium line.





ION made the zip-off knee pad a popular idea with the K-Pact Zip and has plenty of protection around the sides.The full range, including the K-Pact Select on the far left, with a modular shin protector.

US XC National Champ Keegan Swenson parked his flex-pivoting Santa Cruz Blur, complete with fasting rolling Maxxis Aspen ST tires, remote lockouts, and a fixed seat post.


Reserve Fillmore valves get a lot of flak for their price, but they deliver the promise of no clogs and higher air flow.

Reserve also sells wheelsets that tailor to eMTBs with their 29" 30 rim up front and the stronger, wider 27.5" 31DH for the rear.





Haro dusted off some retro high-pivot frames that could have used some idler action.







How cool is this Star Wars Speeder replica Bowhead adaptive E-bike?! A ton of effort went into building this rig with a superb attention to detail from the paint to the accessories.

Giant Bicycles partnered with Stages Cycling to produce this new computer. The Dash M200 and L200 have exactly the same features, for $279 and $329, only differing by the size of their screens. They use ANT+ connectivity for power and heart rate stats, attach with a Garmin mount, and can see up to 24-hours of run time.

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This elastomer stem and coil sprung seat post from Redshift Sports have merit for bike packing builds, hardtails, and fat bikes alike. The ShockStop System sells for $369 from their online webstore.

A red and white light on the pedals, bars, and seat post use the same housing to quickly interchange them. The lights are also "smart" enough to detect the orientation and change color depending on the mounting location and the plug is a simple USB connection for simplicity.



145 Comments

  • 158 5
 Wow, that thing was a bit overpriced to my taste, not like that other thing from back in the day. I still use that old thing. And that new thing, it looks like a thing.
  • 55 0
 I have the exact opposite opinion to you about that thing, and so now I consider you my arch-enemy and so shall engage in a ranting internet argument that will most likely make us both look like giant douches.
  • 6 1
 @bigtim: big tim you are a man
  • 15 1
 @macfroze: Can't say that for sure, Tim could be short for Timantha
  • 111 3
 Can we take a second to acknowledge how terrible the grill is on that chevy?
  • 16 0
 Second taken. It is horrible
  • 56 1
 The whole thing is really quite foul imo.
  • 18 0
 Sliders with step add ons are like putting speed holes in the bottom of your boat. But mall moms beware!
  • 8 0
 Silverado, Bain edition.
  • 11 0
 Has those god awful Heep vibes
  • 1 1
 Thanks, now I can't unsee it...
  • 2 0
 Thanks. Now I can’t unsee it. Bleck!
  • 3 0
 @jomacba: dammit. You already said that.
  • 1 0
 I agree completely
  • 7 0
 FabFours - Always one of the most hideous offroad truck displays at SEMA
  • 4 0
 On some Bane shit. In their defense I think the aftermarket products for Chevy is pretty much non-existent and whatever is out there is marketed towards the bro-dozer and this has that vibe for sure. They put a GFC system on there but definitely overlooked the rest of the build. Also going to guess this is a bracket lift rather than suspension lift, again bro-dozer vibes
  • 1 3
 I kind of love the look of it. Don't think I'd ever buy something like that but it looks cool.
  • 3 0
 It's awful. It looks like a comic book and not in a good way. Have you seen the new Toyota tundra? So gross. What are designers thinking? Hmm, all accessories need to be matte black and chunky.
  • 41 0
 The Moots announcement is that they will be making e-bikes with just a small adjustment to their name - Motos.
  • 33 0
 Lovin that new Honda Monkey e-bike... looks fast standing still
  • 10 18
flag erg6k (Apr 12, 2022 at 17:13) (Below Threshold)
 That's not an ebike, it's a motorcycle.
  • 20 0
 @erg6k: ...and right over your head...
  • 6 12
flag erg6k (Apr 12, 2022 at 18:41) (Below Threshold)
 @Bushmaster123: oh, i got it, don't ya worry. Guess I was a little too subtle!
  • 28 2
 The abbey tools DUB extractor tool is completely useless. Every set of dub cranks has already lost that cap by the time the bike has left the showroom.
  • 4 0
 True. I have a collection I've found on the trail.
  • 1 0
 I thought I was the only one
  • 6 1
 Try some plumber's teflon tape to keep the DUB cap on.
  • 17 1
 @tacklingdummy: WTF is it with people Teflon tape to secure threads? A little Loctite 243 (blue, medium strength). You need it for some other stuff bikes anyways.
  • 10 0
 @sancho-ramerez: Not saying loctite is bad. I have loctite, but prefer teflon for some things. Teflon tape is easier to remove than loctite and does hold threads tighter. I worked in construction, so I like teflon tape.
  • 1 0
 Shimano M900 or M980s had the same stupid thing and you had to carry a spare tool in the pack back in the days of something broke every other ride.
  • 2 0
 @iamamodel: just noticed the one on my wife’s bikes is missing yesterday,
You wanna send one along so I can replace it?
  • 2 0
 I lost mine and bought and new one. I just leave it at home. Can’t imagine needing to remove my cranks on the trail.
  • 2 0
 @iamamodel: I found 3 in one ride about 12 months back.
  • 21 2
 "HT Components has fully overhauled its clip pedal lineup, including the M2 pedals used by Nino Schurter and his Scott-SRAM teammates."

Overhauled them because it had been half a dozen rides since the last overhaul? Or did the actually fix the durability issues?
  • 4 0
 broke HTC pedal with 50kg rider under 2 month of use. They send LBS repair kit, broke again in 1 month. Cool looking pedals but absolute garbage. Asked for money back and LBS didn't question it.
  • 20 0
 Not really the vehicle I associate with 1Up; they seem so...logical, I don't know.
  • 6 1
 Isn't the point of owing a pickup to put the bikes in the bed or on the tailgate, rather than buying a rack?
  • 9 2
 Did not think of them as hillbillies tbh
  • 4 0
 Unrelated, but I’m shocked there hasn’t been litigation between OneUp the components company and 1up the rack company
  • 5 3
 @SterlingArcher: Eh. They're based in rural western Wisconsin. Pretty hillbilly out there... I grew up not far from. When it comes to trucks, a redneck and their money are soon parted...
  • 6 0
 @ddocky: my truck has a rat packer on the floor of the truck, and bikes over the wide tailgate don’t play well.
Two fit nicely along the bed sides, but I have an Alta racks for trips, and shuttling.
I bought my truck for work, towing, and versatility, not just as an expensive bike rack
  • 1 2
 @cgreaseman: lol so true
  • 14 1
 Diamondback sticking straight stickers on curving parts of the frame really triggers my OCD
  • 12 0
 Didn't notice but now its all l see. Otherwise its a pretty nice looking bike
  • 4 0
 Really doesn’t help to have it look like the owner slapped the sticker on there crooked considering their brand image.
  • 2 0
 Gotta say though, they are really nailing it with that price!
  • 14 0
 Why does the Pit Viper inflatable tube man have huge d*cks for arms?
  • 3 0
 Had to go back and look. Some things can't be unseen.
  • 4 1
 Why not?!
  • 2 0
 I had a similar thought when I saw the photo. Then read your post and almost choked to death laughing.
  • 2 0
 dickscount-tube-man.com known for their pricing not quality
  • 1 1
 It’s pitviper would you expect anything less (or more?) from a company upselling painted $3 Home Depot safety glasses?
  • 8 0
 Did anyone else read about that DH/DH/BMX saddle and immediately think of Cool Runnings?

"Ah, Webster, Webster, aaand Cohen."
  • 8 0
 The Empire Stormtroopers called POC: they want their helmet back!
  • 1 0
 Sing it with me! Dah dah dah, dum de dah, dum de dah... Imperial March.
  • 2 0
 @sledMXer: Imperial Merch!
  • 7 0
 "and can fit up to 700c x 54mm or 29" x 2.1" tires"

Those are the same size...
  • 6 0
 Can’t wait to see all the comments about how bike mechanic chain wax baristas aren’t paid a livable wage
  • 5 2
 If Structure put that scissor link joint inside the bike instead of jutting out in front, where the inevitable tree/rock/whatever impact any rider is eventually going to suddenly experience out on the trail, they might........might salvage that ridiculous design.....
  • 3 0
 Integrated slapchop might help ?
  • 4 1
 Every time I see that revel rail I lust more for it. I need to get off my backside and contact them.

I owned one of those Haro Horst bikes, mine had Super T’s I think. They were great for the time.

I’m happy to see diamondback selling decent bikes again. Bonus points for making them long travel 27.5.” I wonder if any of my LBS will get them?
  • 2 0
 I have a Haro Extreme hardtail from 1993 that has the aluminum main triangle with a cro-mo rear triangle bolted on. It replaced a full Tange prestige version that had a failed weld. Looks really similar to that yellow one. It’s still in storage in my parents garage with a Manitou 2 fork on it. This reminds me I have to pick that thing up and hang it someplace cool.
  • 6 0
 The Maxxis tires on that Toyota need a yellow hot-patch.
  • 2 0
 Seeing those Haro’s kind of reminded me why I haven’t owned one yet so I went to their site to see how ugly their bikes still are, and it looks like they’re finally figuring out aesthetics. The Shift models at least. And they offer a 160/170 travel in 27.5. I almost fainted.
  • 3 0
 Yoshimura makes $200 pedals?

And am I just not trendy when I say that Pit Viper products do absolutely nothing for me? Kinda goofy, off putting 'drunk on natty ice' style about them.
  • 5 0
 Those Prevelo's are sick!
  • 12 7
 That bmw is pretty nice with that maxxis logo
  • 4 2
 lets see who gets it
  • 16 2
 @Kimura: That was funny for 12 seconds about, what, three years ago?
  • 4 1
 Looks like a Toyota?
  • 6 1
 @jaycubzz: 100% agree. Let's get over it- most of the people complaining can't afford one anyway.
  • 1 0
 Should have been at the Haro booth alongside that Intense frame
  • 1 0
 @helldriven1: pretty much built by bmw. Google it
  • 2 0
 @Quinn-39: I sure as heck can't lmao
  • 1 0
 I’ve had one on order for almost two years now. The dealer has no idea when they will be able to deliver it. Same story with the Yaris GR Rally I put a deposit down for about the same time. If I end up with one of them, I will be very happy but I’m not too optimistic about either being delivered.
  • 1 0
 @Afterschoolsports: those Yaris gr’s aren’t bad looking. Especially with the corolla gr coming out the market for yotas exploded.
  • 1 0
 20 degrees of back sweep?
Holy smokes, but if it suits you then it suits you.
I am curious if anyone reading this has gone with back sweep of more than 10 degrees and how they determined what best suited them. I've done some angle measurements of my hands holding onto bar ends and it indicates my hands and wrists sit at about a 20 degree angle, but then I think that can't be right, and I must be calculating/converting something wrong.
  • 2 0
 Are you doing the measurement with your arms straight? I had these same thoughts about natural wrist position yrs ago and gave generous backsweep bars a try. I got up to 12 ( the most I could find in a decently manufactured rise bar), they were comfy but really only for seated chill pedaling (elbows in basically), for more aggressive/generally athletic position (elbows generally out more) they weren’t very ergo
  • 2 0
 As bars get wider, more back sweep is necessary due to the natural angle your wrists and hands make. It's pretty much why you never see moto bars with much less than 16deg. I'm on a 12deg bar now and will be going to 16 once the time comes. I rode the 20/20 and while it didn't feel right for aggressive, jump filled lines it did feel awesome everywhere else (YMMV). Would definitely recommend em on a dedicated xc or 'bikepacking' rig.
  • 2 0
 I ride the 2020, as well as SQ Lab 16 and 12 degree bars. They are truly a joy to use. Everyone I ride with regularly has made the switch to at least the SQ Lab 12 degree bars.

Once you try them, going back to regular ~8 degree bar feels so antiquated and awkward.

My one wish is to have a high rise bar with lots of sweep. 60mm+ would be amazing. I bet in ~5 years time they will be widely available.
  • 1 0
 I use 20 back bars on my commuter. It’s a super comfy position and not terrible for wheelies.
  • 2 0
 @emptybe-er: Thanks for the insight, and, yes, with arms extended.
  • 1 0
 @Afterschoolsports: I've been considering those SQ Lab bars for a while now.
What method did you use (if any) to measure your hand & wrist alignment?
  • 2 0
 @sonuvagun: Yeah with arms extended a lot of sweep feels good, like on commuters etc (where you typically see swept bars used) but the farther out your elbows go (bent arms, forward position), the less sweep you need.
Hold your arms out like you’re grabbing your bar and then lean forward like you would to weight the front, while in this position, angle your hands back to give more sweep and you’ll feel it in your wrists.
So it probably comes down to your preferred average riding position. More chill, more sweep. I think a lot of people ride their bars forward from level too, so half the sweep is just rise. I run the ends of the bar relatively level.
  • 2 0
 @sonuvagun: Sweep shortens reach too, so there’s that to consider.
  • 1 0
 @emptybe-er: Your way of explaining that makes a lot of sense to me.
In hindsight, I'm glad I didn't go with the 16 degree bar and will most likely go 12 with a medium or high rise.
My frame is fairly conservative middle-of-the-road geometry and I'm the last person who will try to race anyone.
I'm just throwing that out there in hopes of more free wisdom.
But even if you've better things to do, thank you again for your insight- you just helped me avoid a poorly calculated purchase.
  • 1 0
 @sonuvagun: I’ve never measured it. I already owned the 2020 bars so I knew I would be comfortable on them. My rational was to try the 12 degree on my enduro, if it wasn’t a good fit, I knew they would work well on my trail bike. They were perfect for the enduro so I ordered the 16 for my trail bike. It’s nice to have more rise than the 2020 offers so the 2020 (and my pro taper 76mm riser bar) are taking a bit of a holiday atm. I’m sure I will use them again soon.

I plan on building a rigid single speed for cruising so will probably use the 2020 on that with one of the many longer high angled stems I’ve collected over the past 20 years.
  • 1 0
 "1UP USA took home the largest truck award with their Chevy Silverado that was sitting on 38" tires."

Pah! I got an M1 Abrams tank with a bike rack on to carry my two E bikes, comes in handy for when
the 2 miles to gallon diesel runs out on the tank, plus the tank makes its own trail behind it
as you go
  • 4 0
 So great to see the return of the awesome 20/20 bar in an 800 length!
  • 2 0
 The RC stuff looks great, except for their ridiculously thick sole. Why do they do that?
  • 1 0
 Also a bit pricey. I have not purchased a new pair of riding shoes in quite a bit but I don't remember 5.10s being quite that expensive.
  • 1 1
 It’s cuz they oem out all their designs
  • 1 0
 @fhace1: Par for the course, but I was hoping they'd come in under 5.10s. I like my Livewire, it built pretty bomb proof. The grip is not as sticky as 5.10 but once I got used to it, I've had no issues.
  • 2 0
 That's an interesting take on the half-shell vs. full-face argument from Kali Protectives.
  • 3 0
 I want to see the bead pro in action.
  • 1 0
 Ladies, you can drop trou without unhooking anything with the Specialized Women's SWAT bib shorts. I was accidentally sent a pair instead of the men's. Serendipitous for me!
  • 2 0
 I've always ziptied my progress when installing cushcore. That bead buddy looks like a good alternative solution.
  • 2 0
 Where is the big person sized Chromag full squish? Assume they’ll call it the major threat?
  • 2 0
 Fugazi, i reckon
  • 3 0
 Damn the diamondback looks sick and great price I’ll take one!
  • 2 1
 Right? Never seen a not POS diamondback before
  • 4 0
 @yoimaninja: They have made plenty of good bikes.
  • 3 0
 I love my 1UP but definitely not that silly truck.
  • 1 0
 Has anyone ridden on Factor Components stuff? Did you like it?
I feel like a noob for not knowing about them despite them being based in the same state.
  • 1 0
 I have that Haro Intense Specialized Werks XCS in red. Still rides great for a 22 year old bike.
  • 2 0
 That diamondback looks okay. Wonder how it goes
  • 2 0
 That POC full face looks like Greedo from Star Wars ilk
  • 2 0
 I have an Otso Waheela C and it’s amazing
  • 1 0
 Such a killer bike!
  • 1 0
 1970 Honda 50? Lmao more like a 2022 Honda 125 but I guess you guys got the Honda part right
  • 1 0
 came here to say the same thing. maybe they're trying to troll the moto nerds? the cringe was strong when i read that caption though.
  • 1 0
 Plus the Yoshi bike isn’t a monkey, it has rear suspension. I have two 71 k2 monkeys hardtail party OG.
  • 1 0
 @BikesBoatsNJeeps: The new Monkey came out 2019ish with rear suspension.
  • 1 0
 if only Kali would have any stock for their helmets, I would have bought two by now........
  • 1 0
 Kids bikes these days are looking better proportioned than the big boy 29er bikes.
  • 1 0
 so where was the booth with the display of color, thickness and scented options for plumbers teflon tape?
  • 2 0
 Imagine thinking Pit Vipers are still cool
  • 2 0
 I don’t think they ever were cool.
  • 1 0
 haven't i ssen this shockstop suspension thing in a southpark episode before?
  • 1 0
 It’s 4iiii not 4iii, get it right, gah!
  • 1 0
 Chrome busting open the towncountry market
  • 1 1
 "recycled plastic."

seriously?... That stupidity still works for someone?..
  • 1 1
 I was told, the polymer chains from recycled plastic are too short or unstable to be of use.
But to be honest, what do I know? SFA.
  • 1 2
 @sonuvagun: do you understand the difference between: "recycled material" (plastic, schmastic, whatever) and "material that will actualy be recycled"?..
The percentage of actualy recycled plastic is below 0, so today words on any product like "Recycled material" sounds like ... he he .. joke on people, at least.
  • 1 0
 @ka81: Yes. That is why I wrote what I wrote.
  • 2 0
 @ka81: I would be absolutely amazed to get something made out of plastic that's states . Made from recycled plastic.
Still waiting .
There is a solution. Make a concerted effort to consume less plastic. Some bike companies now use paper to protect bikes.
Now for recycled plastic. Still waiting....
  • 2 0
 You're welcome. Smile
  • 1 0
 Please don't say trickle down
  • 1 0
 trickle down
  • 1 0
 hi i like scooters more Smile
  • 1 0
 Still patiently awaiting the adult size chromag full squish.
  • 1 0
 Anyone know what brand of bikes are on top the 1up Chevy?

TIA.
  • 1 0
 I haven't thought about my old Girvin stem for about 20 years.
  • 1 1
 Those Fillmore Valves though…….legit
  • 3 0
 Not if you run CushCore's!! Even though they state "works with most inserts", they DO NOT work with the most widely used ones. At least I got to practice changing tires with CC's.......FTW! They do flow a lot of air BUT one of them absolutely clogged.
  • 1 1
 @AB805: riveting stuff
  • 1 0
 @AB805: running a pair with CushCore XC front and Pro rear for a few months now. Adding sealant through the valve takes a little more effort but they haven't clogged yet. Spank 359 rims.
  • 1 0
 The Fillmore valves do work well with Cush core pros (Haven’t set up a XC w/fillmore) if you line up one of the cut out/raised areas of the insert directly above the valve. Initially had issues getting the valve to open before repositioning the insert this way.
  • 1 3
 great scroll of pics and products….but, Fck GrVl! #srryotso
  • 2 0
 F yeah! I mean screw people getting outside and enjoying riding bikes!
  • 5 7
 Nice Bimmer Maxxis
  • 1 1
 The downvotes are from people who can’t afford bmw. Must be tough





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