The new Husker Du design for 2017 is now tubeless ready and with a updated tread pattern. It still comes in the 26x4 size with the 60 and 120 TPI options, which are both tubeless ready. 45 NRTH reduced the number of lugs on the Husker Du, to make it faster and also to clear snow easier. While creating a lower rolling resistance, they also increased the cornering lugs where grips matters most in the single track or in the snow. The new Husker Du is a great all around tire for both snow and dirt that is fast while providing plenty of grip.
I spent all summer on the Lauf Grit fork and really enjoyed it having it on my Necessary Evil. Lauf just started offering the Grit SL fork separate from the True Grit Frameset. I didn’t know much about the fork,... read more
Build of the Day : Raleigh Amelia 3
The new Raleigh Amelia line are gravel/all road bikes for women. Set up with aluminum frame and carbon forks. This new Amelia 3 is set up with HED Seatpost, Rims, Stem and Bars! It also comes with Praxis works cranks... read more
Lauf Grit Fork Review
Since the release of the Lauf Grit fork I was pretty skeptical about it. It looked a bit goofy, it couldn't be adjusted and I just wasn't sure how it would feel climbing while out of the saddle. However, it has... read more