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- Which tools would you bring on an unsupported 1200 km ride? Here is my tool kit for #parisbrestparis2019: 2 spare tubes (1 extralight, 1 standard), patch kit, tire boot, 4/5 mm wrench. Glad I didn’t need any of them. #reliablebikesCongrats to @iamtedking for his win in the epic 140-mile @sbtgrvl! Rolling on #renehersetires Snoqualmie Pass 700Cx44 across Colorado’s beautiful High Country, he capped his season with a great win. Well done! 📷@photowilAfter PBP: Enjoying a quiet night in Paris. #parisbrestparis2019
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Category Archives: Components
Tubeless tires have changed what we can do on a bike. When the terrain is really rough, not having to worry about pinch flats allows us to run lower tire pressure for more comfort, more traction and more speed. (The … Continue reading
We developed the Endurance casings for our Rene Herse tires based on requests from gravel racers like Ted King (above), who need tires for truly harsh conditions. A race like Dirty Kanza traverses 200 miles of sharp stones in the … Continue reading
With the 750-mile Paris-Brest-Paris coming up, demand for generator hubs and lights has been high. We’ve just received another shipment, and now all products are back in stock, plus there are some new items as well. By far our most popular … Continue reading
Small things can make a big difference, especially on long rides. With handlebar bags, it’s important that they don’t flop around as you ride. That is why they are supported by a rack at the bottom. At the top, keeping … Continue reading
Our series of ‘Myths in Cycling’ continues with a look at rim width. It seems to make sense that wider tires should run on wider rims. The idea is this: A wider rim makes a tire more U-shaped (left), rather … Continue reading