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When it comes to lightweight simplicity, it's almost impossible to beat a fully rigid mountain bike build. Think of it—hassle-free maintenance, nothing to wear out, and no more week-long wait times to get your fork serviced at the shop. With our rigid carbon fiber forks, it's you and the trail—all day, every day.
Whether it's for the climbs or hammering down the trail, efficiency starts at the drivetrain. That's why it's crucial that your crankarms and chainring are capable of transferring every possible watt of energy to the bike. And luckily for you, we have a collection of lightweight and stiff drivetrain options, from carbon crankarms to 11-speed chainrings.
Riser, flat, ultra-wide DH—there are a multitude of handlebar designs for every style mountain bike riding. And to accommodate your style on the trail, we make a wide variety of carbon and alloy bars. Hold on tight, we're going for a ride.
Having the right mountain bike stem is just as important to fit and handling as your bars or the frame's geometry. There are many factors to consider, like weight, strength, length, and rise, but you can rest assured that whatever you're looking for in a stem, we have the perfect match for every style of riding.
Mountain bike bar ends have been around for decades, accruing a legacy of loyalists along the way. Fixed at the edge of the handlebars, they improve climbing efficiency and comfort while out on the trail. Even better, we've worked with mountain bike legend, Ned Overend, on creating shapes and designs that set the "bar" for these tools of the XC trade.
To some, a seatpost might just be something that holds the saddle to the mountain bike. For others, however, it's an opportunity to shave grams or to maximize their fun descending on the trail. Either way you slice it, we have you covered with a supreme selection of dropper posts, lightweight standard seatposts, and every small part or trigger imaginable.
No matter if you're "old school" or gravity-bound, the performance benefits of flat pedals are undeniable. They provide a planted, controlled feel on the bike, and with our low profile, tapered pedal designs, you won't even have to sacrifice much to climbing efficiency to get that ready-for-anything sensation when the trail turns downward.
Chain-slap—it's unavoidable and quite the nuisance. Even worse, if your chainstay protector is worn out or has gone missing after your last bail on the trail, you're going to be doing irreparable damage to your frame. So ride smart and take advantage of our mountain bike chainstay protectors' durable designs and construction.