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The innovative 20-degree drop SL-K stem restoring weight distribution and handling balance to big-wheel, long fork-travel MTBs.

How to get the perfect mountain bike fit

Posted on 18th Sep 2015

Mountain bikes are harder to set up than road bikes, because they face so many competing demands. Here are the secrets of great bike fit. First, your riding style matters. If your focus is climbing...

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Upgrading your MTB? Light, hand-built and highly versatile, the tubeless-compatible K-Force Light wheels are a great first consideration

MTB vs Road: learn to love them both!

Posted on 11th Sep 2015

Variety is the spice of life, and it’s certainly true of cycling. While it’s easy to stick to one camp – road or off-road – there’s a lot to be gained from crossing over. Getting...

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The K-Force Light single chainring is amongst the MTB offerings


Posted on 8th Sep 2015

We all know about the benefits of carbon fiber for bikes. In fact, there are now very few top-end components that aren’t made from carbon. Light weight, strength, and stiffness all mean that, as things...

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FSA Team Issue stem: UDl carbon fiber on the outside, 3D forged 6061-T6 aluminum on the inside and FSA quality throughout

How to get the perfect road bike fit

Posted on 1st Sep 2015

So you’ve chosen the right frame size, but that doesn’t mean your bike fits yet. There’s a lot you can – should – do to tune your machine to your own physique. Why? – To...

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With a shallow drop and  a choice of widths, the the SL-K Compact is ideal for cyclocross

How to check your bike after a crash

Posted on 7th Aug 2015

Your bike can take a battering in a crash so it’s important to make sure it’s safe to ride before getting back in the saddle Crashing isn’t fun but for the majority of the time...

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K-Force brakes have carbon fiber pad holders and I-Beam brake arms

How can better brakes make you ride faster?

Posted on 31st Jul 2015

The old cycling truism that to go fast, you need to stop fast is as relevant today as it’s ever been. With today’s modern rim caliper road brakes, rim surfaces, and pad compounds combining together...

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