Will flip burgers: Abbey Bike Tools unveiled their BBQ pedal
wrench as a stylish way of having all possible pedal tools on one
handle. It may look BBQ-friendly, but at $130, we suggest keeping
it a few steps away from the grill.
Countering surprise attacks: Specialized has entered the
three-quarter enduro lid market with their Ambush helmet. The
micro-indexing visor keeps the visor secure in small degree increments for numerous positioning options. Securing it on your head,
the Mindset 360 fit system is integrated into the shell and provides a snug fit with five different height adjustments.
Showing his stuff: Onza CEO Michel Manz was on hand to show
us their new enduro/downhill Ibex tire. This tire looked aggressive
and ready for hard riding.
Keep it affordable: SRAM’s new GX drivetrain looked solid. With
the sleek finish of the cranks and rear derailleur, we wouldn’t
guess that this kit is geared towards lower-budget riders.
For every occasion: Club Ride was excited about their new liners
that feature a chamois with density based on ride time. They have
one-, two- and three-hour liners depending on the length of the
Light and shiny: There was no shortage of bling factor from DT
Swiss. Their cross-country fork comes with carbon uppers and