Don't worry, they're also available in black.( Photos: 6 )
WTB has introduced an all new tubeless tire sealant to compliment and complete its TCS tubeless system and recently updated tires. It’s formula relies on an a tackifying process to seal punctures rather than the evaporative effect provided by ammonia based systems. We are in the process of testing the new sealant so stay tuned […] The post FIRST LOOK: WTB TCS TUBELESS TIRE SEALANT appeared first on Mountain Bike Action Magazine.
Specialized is taking all of the performance, adjustability and features of its carbon Stumpjumper EVO and offering it in a more affordable M5 aluminum package for 2022. Specialized didn’t hold back on any of the features that makes the carbon version great – this one is just as adjustable and capable. The build kits do […] The post FIRST LOOK: SPECIALIZED STUMPJUMPER ALLOY EVO appeared first on Mountain Bike Action Magazine.
DT's star ratchet hub design is now available at a more affordable price point.( Photos: 10, Comments: 132 )
The new aluminum Chameleon receives new geometry and an updated dropout design.( Photos: 20, Comments: 1 )
The next generation Intense Tracer 279 is completely new and has been redesigned from the ground up. The little we know is that it is an Enduro bike with 170mm rear travel and mixed wheels (29″ front / 27.5″ rear). It has been in development for over three years, as well as being the first bike Aaron Gwin has been involved with from start to finish, along with founder Jeff Steber and other global ambassadors. The current situation with global shortages of products and components has slowed things down a bit, so the official launch date is not yet known. Currently, the only ones who have it are Chris Kovarik in Canada and Bernat Guardia in Spain. It was Bernat himself who during Sea Otter Europe last weekend let us take photos of his, assembled with his own components (not the ones that would come spec with), and thus be able to see all the details up close: Photos: Héctor Saura intensecycles.com