June 6, 2018
The Steering Corners PRO Short Over Black 80mm
Thick aluminum forged steering corners Short Over.
included-there are black steering wheel plugs
TruVativ Descendant Carbon 35mm Handlebar Black, 800mm
- With a girthy 35mm stem, this bar takes stiffness to the next level that pairs perfectly with carbon fiber that has a knack for keeping things rigid while still managing to dampen harsh vibrations from the trail.
- Those of us who covet wide bars and short stems won’t be disappointed by the whopping 800mm width of the Descendant, making for more responsive steering, and elevated confidence through corners.
- Since stretching out a bar can have an adverse effect in losing the responsive gains, Truvativ opts to craft this bar from carbon fiber that elevates stiffness to keep you in control even when you’re torquing hard on the bars.
Maxxis Aggressor Wide Trail EXO/TR Tire – 29in
- With lugs extending further up the sidewall, and reliable EXO sidewall protection, you can book it down the trail in loose and dry conditions with the confidence of tacky hero dirt.
- You can run the Aggressor as a front or rear tire, seeing the softer side knobs provide tons of stability when leaning into corners, but without excess drag to slow you down, as the center uses a harder compound rubber for quick rolling.
- Its tread pattern lends its self towards loose and dusty trails, and medium-pack, making it an ideal summer tire for those of us who live in dustier places where the sun leaves trails bone-dry.
- Ultimately, the Aggressor is fun to play around with on a number of trail conditions, provided your trail isn’t a mud pie from recent rainfall.
- The Wide Trail design on this particular Aggressor is designed for running rims ranging from 30 to 35 millimeters of inner-width, giving you shorter sidewalls for steering precision, correct knob spacing for railing corners with plentiful grip, and increased support for running lower pressures.
- This results in a tire that’s built for the rigors of aggressive riders who desire better cornering grip and increased bump compliance, without worrying about losing support as they drop the air pressure.
- Don’t expect some sort of semi-slick like the minion SS though, the blocks are tall like a normal tire just tighter spaced so it rolls well.
- Great in rocks, gravel, loam but not so great in mud (especially the sticky type) or snow/ice.