It’s about time we showed you some of the fab stuff that’s been arriving in the office while we were busy finishing the previous issue of Singletrack magazine.
Posted on: May 8, 2009
Horse said on May 8, 2009
Fork lube looks a good idea, I usually use FinishLine Dry when I can get it.
bikemonkey said on May 8, 2009
[i]Check out the big gussets and monster headtube.[/i]
I would do if he kept the blasted thing still
chipps said on May 8, 2009
It was too light and floaty to keep still 🙂
New pic added now
Dougal said on May 8, 2009
Maxxlite 310 is only really a tyre for thetford or snooker tables. Unless you like not finishing races.
IsaacClarke said on May 8, 2009
Ooh I like the crown race remover!!!
Prob gonna be silly money though!
Cheesyfeet said on May 8, 2009
brant said on May 8, 2009
More mmmbop stuff here – http://www.shedfire.com/tag/mmmbop/
onefgear said on May 8, 2009
nice track pump, but the all cnc’d version has the edge
HoratioHufnagel said on May 8, 2009
aha you ARE gofar!! i remember them
DaveyBoyWonder said on May 9, 2009
Do I win a prize for knowing which pub car park that is?
ocelot said on May 9, 2009
Spank bars? Light? Floaty light!
DeanoT said on May 11, 2009
I DO have an old Silca and was thinking of that exact Lezyne to replace it! ;^)
no_eyed_dear said on May 11, 2009
It’s great to see that – finally – carbon MTB wheels are making a comeback. Mmmmmm… I always did long for those original Ringle aero-section ones that were around in the early 90’s. I don’t really care if they turn out to offer no performance advantages whatsoever. They just look oh so achingly trick..
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