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Tubeless Wheels and Fork options

Started by Mark J. Last reply by Q Feb 24, 2013. 8 Replies

I'm just going through the process of planning various upgrades to my 29er and one of the things I'm really after is a good set of tubeless wheels, or perhaps even a strong set of wheels that can…Continue

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29er Tyres for Wet or Muddy Conditions (Mont?)

Started by Tim. Last reply by blondie Mar 20, 2012. 5 Replies

I am currently running some tubeless Racing Ralphs. Very Happy with them but not sure how they will handle a muddy course, like the mont could end up being. They were fine at the Scott in damp…Continue

29er Tubes

Started by Karl B. Last reply by dubdeckerbuss Oct 20, 2011. 10 Replies

For those still running tubes in their 29ers like I am (yes I am too stoogy to upgrade) Torpedo 7 have 10 tubes for 35 bucks at the moment & free freight for the month of October. Pretty good…Continue

1x9 gear ratios on 29'ers

Started by Morgan. Last reply by Morgan Aug 29, 2011. 25 Replies

Repositioning the discussion from the Comments.....Here's the story so far..Comment by Darryl Cram 3 hours ago36 tooth rear…Continue

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Comment by Tim on November 7, 2013 at 16:23

Don't know if this is the approriate place to post. If not please delete it.


I'm looking for an affordable second hand 29er fork. Something decent but not to high end. Maybe a tora or a recon with the old 1 1/8 steerer? Anyone got one lying around the garage and looking for a little extra cash?

Comment by Craig Flintoft on November 23, 2012 at 7:35
i hate to say it - but after bagging out everyone for jumping on the 29er craze - they do appear to be better
Comment by Karl B on November 23, 2012 at 7:26

Welcome grasshopper....

Comment by Jason Heddle on November 22, 2012 at 21:48

Great work Craig,

'The force is great in this one'.

Comment by Craig Flintoft on November 22, 2012 at 19:53

I am have gone to the dark side and now can become a member of this exclusive club

Comment by Peter Taylor on April 16, 2012 at 20:05

Hi Jeremy. Don't blame you mate - TCR is quite a bike! For roadie wheels, I can heartily recommend Shimano Dura Ace - best of both worlds - carbon rim with alloy breaking surface - super light, and none of the usual carbon wheel fears!! Not too expensive either. Stick some Michelin Pro race 3 or 4 tyres on too and you'll fly!!

Comment by Jeremy S on April 16, 2012 at 16:46

Oh yeah and Nat - i second the run down Black Mountain or some of the downs out at the cotter will get the pulse going pretty quick, and those damn road bike brakes dont slow you down anywhere near as quick as good disc break set up.

Comment by Jeremy S on April 16, 2012 at 16:44

Hey Peter - yeah it does, was looking at some older stock. To be honest i have a soft spot for the Di2 equiped TCR - mmmmmmmm......

You sound like a man in the know -  what would you recommend as a good wheelset that isnt going to break the bank (roady that is)? Im still getting around on a 2006 Giant OCR which weights in at a staggering 9.8kg of which i think 2.2 or so is in the Alex wheelset :)

Comment by Nathaniel Peek on April 16, 2012 at 12:32

One day Pete, I might give it a go but until then Scott RC 29er all the way!!!

Comment by Peter Taylor on April 16, 2012 at 12:09

Ha ha ha - Couple of quick descents down Black Mountain will change your mind :) Nothing mind numbing there mate!

Go on, you know you want one!! Besides, a 29er HT is only one step away from a roadie anyway :)

p.s. That intense is as stunner!

p.p.s. Jeremy, I think the Spec Roubaix now has internal cabling - defo worth a look


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