Published on March 21st, 2014 | by Kevin
Fresh Catch | Our Latest Haul of New Gear
Maxxis Ikon 29 Now offered in a 2.35-inch width, the Maxxis Ikon is a solid option for racers seeking a fast rolling tire that doesn’t sacrifice traction. A hard, 70a durometer base layer provides stability, while a 62a center outer layer strikes a balance between traction and rolling resistance. Finally, soft 60a rubber makes up the outer shoulder layer. This combination gives a hard base to support the knobs, a longer-wearing and faster-rolling center tread, and maximum traction for hard cornering efforts.
Look Keo Blade 2 Look’s Keo Blade pedals were met with a great deal of anticipation. Their novel design provided secure engagement with minimal effort, all in a lightweight package. The Keo Blade 2 offers further refinements in the form of a bigger carbon leaf spring and even less weight. The Keo Blade 2 even offers riders the choice between three different leaf springs to fine-tune the spring tension to their preferences.
Carbon-Ti Replacement Bolts Perfect for cyclists who see nothing unusual with swapping out bolts on their well-loved steeds because, well, they can. We applaud your commitment to the discipline, and we are here to support you with a full array of colors and sizes of Carbon-Ti brand bolts to both shed grams and match colors.
Kindshock Lev Integra DX The KS LEV is the cadillac of dropper posts. Without affecting quality, the DX-series of LEV dropper posts keep costs down with a composite collar and housing cap, an alloy lower saddle clamp, an alloy remote lever, and nickel-plated clamp bolts.
3T Vola Aero Bar A welcome addition to 3T’s extensive line of high-end aero bar offerings, the 3T Vola Alloy Aero Handlebar trades in a carbon construction for hydroformed aluminum. This allows the Vola to trade in the higher price tag, but still retain nearly all of the features of its higher-priced siblings. In fact, the alloy base bar retains nearly the exact shame shape as the much more expensive 3T Aura.
New to Art’s, Lazer eyewear is designed to integrate perfectly with the company’s helmet line. From the Magneto M1, which attaches to your helmet straps via a magnet, to the more traditional Solid State SS1, Lazer sunglasses boast high-quality optics and an exceptionally wide field of view. Photochromic lenses are also offered in both models.
Giro Factor ACC There was a lot to like about the Giro Factor. While not the top-of-the-line Prolight SLX, the Facto offered class-leading weight and performance at a fantastic value. Now, with a new and improved EC90 ACC sole, the Factor packs in even more performance into a thinner, yet stiffer sole allowing for unmatched power transfer.