CRANKBROTHERS HIGHLINE DROPPER
Taking their time to make it right
Crankbrothers has been making some unique and flashy aftermarket
components—from wheels to stems. The Joplin post was decent but had
some issues, and the Highline has emerged to cure those woes. The Highline
comes with 125 millimeters of travel in 30. 9 and 31. 6 diameters. Stealth
routing is available, along with a remote lever that has infinite adjustments.
This post retails for $350 and can be found at www.crankbrothers.com. o
Do it all in one shell
With the growing popularity of enduro
racing, helmet designers have been
pushed to take different approaches
to how they create protective lids.
The Switchblade is a full-face, ASTM,
downhill-certified helmet with a
removable chin bar to keep riders a little
cooler when pedaling to their next stage.
This helmet uses a MIPS liner and Roc
Loc Air DH fit system. Giro set the price
at $250 and offers the helmet in six