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Skills with Phil:  Rider Feature

Skills with Phil: Rider Feature

Skills with Phil Phil has carved a niche out for himself. The former UCI World Cup DH racer has channeled his years of experience and expertise into his YouTube channel 'Skills with Phil'  Featuring a mix of well produced how-to, bike tech and vlog style videos,...

NOBL at Home

NOBL at Home

Stuck at home? We’ve curated a list of helpful How-to Videos, jaw-dropping riding videos and some bike-related activities that you can do/watch at home. Stay safe and isolate.Featured Now ShowingThrowback Watch Yuka learn how to build her last set of NOBLs.RAW: Does...

Actual Hub Weights

Actual Hub Weights

Weight weenies and bike nerds rejoice! We’ll start adding new hubs to this collection as we build. Weight is certainly not the deciding factor when deciding on hubs, however it certainly weighs heavily on the minds of some!

Grease vs Oil

Grease vs Oil

Lubricating your Industry Nine Hydra Industry Nine has changed their maintenance recommendations. Here's what you need to know.Industry Nine and Dumonde Tech have a long standing relationship.Industry Nine has been using Dumonde tech as their source for all...

What size tires should you be running?

What size tires should you be running?

Why Rim Widths Matter With a multitude of tire options on the market ranging in tread pattern, compound, intended use and width, mountain bikers have never had it better.  In recent years, there has been a push towards running wider rims on your mountain bike. This...

What We Ride – Michael’s Specialized Epic

Michael's Specialized EpicMichael completely modified his 2019 Epic Expert to suit his need for a flexible ride, changing everything on it but the frame and the rear shock. Built for speed, Michael's bike is equipped with NOBL TR33's, a wheelset capable of conquering...

End of Season Wheel Care

After a long season of riding, it is important to do a full inspection of your wheels to ensure that they are still running at their full potential, and that they are ready to go for next season.

Standard, Boost and Super Boost? What’s the difference?

Know your Hub Sizes For the bulk of the mountain bike's existence, the hub standards were 135mm QR rear, and 100mm QR front for everything but DH bikes. Then in the late 2000's as riders and frame manufacturers began pushing the limits of their bikes, thru axles were...

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