Endura Singletrack Gloves

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MSRP : $44.95

Product Description

Bomb through a pristine aspen glen with the Endura Singletrack Cycling Glove comfortably padding your palms. A soft terry section wipes sweat off your brow, stretchy mesh breathes and conforms to your skin, and silicone grips give you a solid feel of your handlebars.

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Road / Singletrack tire?

I am looking for a road / mile singletrack tire for my fixed gear bike. I'd ride on-road probably 80-90% of the time, but with some mild singletrack mixed in. I was looking at Small Block 8's in 700x32. How do these fair on and off road? Any other suggestions? Thanks. (Bike is a Surly Stea ... Read More »

singletrack orientated cross bike?

[url]http://vimeo.com/11695455[/url] After seeing some videos like these a cross bike looks a really good option as the most versatile type of bike, however clips like these mostly display the skill level of phenomenal riders. Away from the rider, amongst the many different variations of cross bi ... Read More »

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Tips- braking on singletrack

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Which bike for singletrack?

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