Mountain Bike Parts

When To Use Lockout On a Mountain Bike?

When To Use Lockout On a Mountain Bike?

Lockouts are so common on mountain bikes that they might not seem much to talk about. So just in case you don’t know, here is the gist of it. The lock-out feature, usually found on … Read more

Are Canyon Bikes Tubeless Ready?

Yes, they are! The Canyon bike tires are tubeless-ready, meaning that they have been specifically designed to accept tubeless tires with a liquid sealant inside. They feature large rims built to accept 23mm tires and … Read more

Are Butted Spokes Stronger

Are Butted Spokes Stronger?

Are Butted Spokes Stronger compared to other types of spokes? Butted spokes are stronger than other bicycle spokes in various ways. For example, they are lighter than straight spokes because of the material used to … Read more

Is 29 Inch The Same as 700C

Is 29 Inch The Same as 700C?

A good number of newbies and even seasoned bike riders ask, is the 29 inch the same as 700c? I’m glad I wasn’t the only one who didn’t know the answer to these questions. When … Read more

Should I Get a 26 or 28 Inch Bike in 2021

Should I Get a 26 or 28 Inch Bike?

The wheel and tire diameter are some of the most important things to consider when deciding which size you need to get. So should you go for a 26-inch or a 28-inch bike? We answer … Read more

Do more spokes make a wheel stronger?

Do More Spokes Make a Wheel Stronger?

A bike wheel with more spokes is stronger than a bike wheel with fewer spokes. What’s more, different spokes offer differing levels of strength and durability. Spokes are the individual pieces that hold together a … Read more

Are 26 inch wheels the same as 700c?

Are 26 inch wheels the same as 700c?

Most new bike buyers wonder whether a 26-inch wheel is the same as a 700c. The answer is, well, a little more complicated, and it might help to know the differences between these two common … Read more

Can Disk Brakes Overheat

Can Disk Brakes Overheat

One of the most common fears for any bike owner is a failing brake system. Brake failure can mean a quick disaster for you, and especially on those downhill descents. A common reason for brake … Read more

How to Tighten Bike Brakes

You probably missed hitting a car by inches, or you crashed hard, but the injuries wouldn’t have been as severe if your brakes worked correctly. Brakes can be a letdown if not adjusted well. You … Read more