Best 29″ Tires for Mountain Bikes

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The components that make up a mountain bike can be drastically different depending on many things. For example, the person who uses the bike, as well as the terrain and type of biking the bike is used for can all be major factors.

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Niner RLT 9 Frameset Review

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Niner are a Colorado based company obsessed with mountain biking, and have grown a cult following over the last for years. And rightly so, their products are awesome.  The Niner RLT 9 frameset is the bike frame to get when you want to get on some gravel and do some off-road riding.

It’s meticulously designed and tuned to handle the rough terrain that you encounter when you go off MTB trails. You get a more comfortable ride whether you’re going out for a short afternoon ride or a long countryside tour.

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5 Best Bike Rack for Cars

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Finding the perfect bike rack makes it possible for you to easily take your bike anywhere. Whether shredding a mountain top or taking a slow scenic route, it is important to find the bike rack that is going to make your journey hassle free so you can enjoy your ride. You can choose from of a variety of different bike racks depending on your car, bike, and lifestyle.

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Best Saddle Bags for Mountain Bikes

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If there is one complaint that can be made about a bike is that it is very low on storage space. Now, naturally, you usually aren’t going to go cycling with everything except the kitchen sink, but there are times you need a few tools, or maybe a change of clothes.

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3 Best Bike Torque Wrenchs for Mountain Bikers

Who needs a bike torque wrench? Anyone with a mountain bike that’s who! How do you know whether or not you need one? The short answer, if you have a decent bike that has carbon parts, is, “Yes.” It might not be essential if you have a much older bike, but it does make things a lot easier.

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Best Mountain Bike Fenders

Fenders on your bike, are they really necessary or are they too much of an eyesore to keep them on? That mostly depends on the conditions that you will be riding through. Fenders or mudguard perform a very important function. If you’ve even been biking without one through a mucky, muddy area, you’ll understand. You could end up with a mouthful of muck and mud, or you could end up with a dubious-looking stain running down your back.

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