With the current popularity of hip packs, we figure the industry is close to catching up with where Wingnut has been for 15 years. A hip pack with more volume, and lightweight shoulder straps. Literally the best all-day hydration pack out there.
Less stiff for hard efforts and less hiking traction than their beloved sibling the ME-701, but that means even more comfort. If the Me-701's are mostly business, these are mostly party. I've happily done some very hard days in these though.
As more of us tend to use more minimal bags, like hip packs, bike storage is getting more common. This tool is as slick as they come. Compatible with either your steerer tube(get us to install part listed below), or inside the handle of their pump(below).
If we could build the perfect aggressive shoe for big days in the southeastern mountains, this would be it. Stiff enough for hard gravel days, supportive and protective enough for aggressive descents, and comfy enough for Pisgah hike-a-bikes..
Osprey is well known for their attention to detail, durability, and good looks. This bag is no exception. Room for all the important gear, and comes with a 1.5L bladder, makes this pack a regular for our shorter local rides.
Osprey is well known for their attention to detail, durability, and good looks. This bag is no exception. Room for all the important gear, and two bottles, makes this pack a regular for our shorter local rides.
The brawler of clipless pedals. If you know us, you know our dedication to Shimano when it comes to clipless. They are by far one of the toughest products in the entire industry, and these are most rowdy of the bunch.
Not everyone needs Cush Core, but if you're a rider that does, you likely already know it. Tough on tires? Tough on rims? Like to run low pressure but like to hold the throttle open in the gnar? Cush Core is the answer.