Zipp Vuka Bull Carbon Basebar
Handlebar Zipp Vuka Bull Carbon Basebar. Earning both a gold medal in an Olympic time trial as well as a Kona victory, the bar has shown its versatility in two different races on two large stages. The good news is that it’s available for the rest of us, too, whether we’re self-sponsored amateurs or looking towards a spot in the peloton. Zipp knows that building a TT cockpit starts with a base bar, and it engineered the Vuka Bull to offer an efficient platform with the vibration dampening effects and weight-saving advantages of carbon construction that it’s known for.
Pivot Les 29 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame 2018
Hardtail Mountain Bike Frame Pivot LES 29 Carbon 2018 Pivot’s LES has been a bike of choice for many of us when seeking XC endeavors, and the newest iteration of the LES 29 is no different. The 2018 Pivot LES 29 has a lightweight body with new-school XC geometry that begs to speed over countless miles of singletrack when built up 29er, and its 27.
Santa Cruz Bicycles Highball Carbon Cc Mountain Bike Frame
Hardtail Mountain Bike Frame Santa Cruz Highball Carbon CC. With a host of upgrades on this third generation of its carbon hardtail, it drops weight while improving the ride quality and this new Highball is poised to supercharge your singletrack experience and get you on the podium. The Highball makes for a great addition to the stable if you already own a trail bike but don’t want to be at a disadvantage on the cross-country course or a primary rig if the majority of your riding is on smoother, buffer trails where you really don’t need the added weight and complexity of a full-suspension bike. Santa Cruz doesn’t adhere to a model year format with its frames, so when a new version comes out, we can count on the fact that it took its time to refine the design, offering substantial improvements, rather than just rushing to get one to market.
Santa Cruz Bicycles Chameleon Carbon 29 Mountain Bike Frame
Hardtail Mountain Bike Frame Santa Cruz Chameleon Carbon 29. Long revered and beloved for its overbuilt stature and its ability to adapt to its owner’s need, the Chameleon has been a favorite of aggressive riders who don’t want or need a full-suspension bike. Throughout the years, the frame has transformed from 26-inch wheels to plus and 29-inch varieties, rim brakes to disc, quick-release to thru-axle, 3 chainrings to 1x, along with geometry tweaks making it capable of handling more technical trails. The one thing that remained constant is its frame material: aluminum.