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  1. I'm looking at getting a pair of the Crankbrothers Stamp 2 metal flat pedals for MTB. I'd love to get some feedback on them or recommendations of other brands in the R1000 region that are better suited/comparable!
  2. Titan Sonic Pro The recently announced Sonic is Titan's first production dual suspension bike, featuring 100 mm of travel front and rear. The Sonic Pro is the top of the range model with a RockShox Recon Silver fork and Monarch RL shock. The drivetrain is a mix of Shimano XT and SLX specification components. The rims are Stan's ZTR Rapid while the remainder of the build comes from Titan's own TRC range. The Sonic Pro is estimated to retail for R29,999. Titan Sonic Pro specifications FrameXC/Marathon full alloy race frame with RDSSpeed22-SpeedSizes17" / 19" / 21"ForkRockShox Recon Silver Solo Air Poplock Remote LockoutRear ShockRockShox Monarch RL AirBrakesShimano SLX M7000CranksetShimano XT FC-M8000 36/26TFront DerailleurShimano SLX FD-M7025Rear DerailleurShimano XT RF-M8000ShiftersShimano SLX SL-M7000HandlebarTRC Directech Pro flat bar 720mmStemTRC Directech ProHubsTRC RotechRimStan's ZTR Rapid 32HSaddleTRC TrimtechSeatpost31.6mm TRC ProTyresTitan H-5161 TR 29" x 2.10" 60TPI Tubeless ReadyEstimated Retail PriceR29,999.00 Crankbrothers Highline The Crankbrothers Highline is a 125mm travel, cable actuated adjustable seatpost. It is available in 30.9 and 31.6 diameters with internal routing as the only option. The internal mechanism is an easy to replace hydraulic cartridge which is not serviceable but comes with a 3-year warranty. Crankbrothers have developed a quick-connect mechanism for easy installation of the cable to the base of the dropper post. The remote is the shifter-type with a spherical swivel clamp that promises great adjustability. It will fit below or above the handlebar and work on both the left or right side. Momsen All-Rise handlebar The Momsen All-Rise carbon handlebar will suit riders looking for a touch of trail riding flair. The All-Rise is 760 mm wide with a 15 mm rise and 9-degree sweep. Momsen claim a weight of 200 grams which our scales confirmed. The All-Rise features a matte finish with the option of yellow, green, black, or turquoise graphics. The Momen All-Rise retails for R1,899 and is available from your local Momsen stockist and Momsen online store. Camelbak K.U.D.U. 12 Camelbak's KUDU 12 stores up to 12 litres of cargo and features an impact protector, which they claim will absorb 94% of impact in a crash.The hydration bladder holds 3 litres of water leaving you with 9 litres of storage. Should the weather turn sour, the KUDU has an integrated rain cover. The KUDU can carry both full face and half shell helmets for switching during rides. To help you keep things orderly, Camelbak have also thrown in a roll-up tool organiser.
  3. First Look Friday is an introduction to the gear that we are currently testing for review. This week we've taken delivery of a Titan Sonic Pro dual suspension bike, Crankbrothers's Highline dropper seatpost, Momsen's new All-Rise carbon handlebar, and a Camelbak Kudu backpack. Click here to view the article
  4. A couple months ago I purchased a set of crank brothers Candy 2 pedals, to replace my old candy 1's that came on my bike. Now although they not the top of the range they retail for R1399 incl cleats which isn't cheap. After many rides in good and bad weather, they were not sounding to great do I ventured to disassemble clean and grease. After getting the one pedal apart and cleaned and back together, it's impossible to get that plastic end cap back on (after struggling for an hour). Out of frustration I just went onto the other pedal (saving the original pedals end cap assembly for last), I was not able to even remove the end cap on the other pedal it just started stripping. Now I sit with and serviced pedal missing a plastic end cap that will not thread back on, and a 70% stripped end cap on a pedal that is not serviced. Did anyone else experience this? Does anyone know if there is a place to get metal end caps? I'm stuck and annoyed....
  5. “Giving back has always been an important part of our business practices,” said Kellen Trachy, Global Marketing Manager, crankbrothers. “We’ve enjoyed a longstanding relationship with Hans Rey and his Wheels 4 Life charity, and our experience working with him is the inspiration behind this initiative. Crankbrothers for Others takes this spirit of giving back to a whole new level by partnering with more than 25 of our top athletes to support a variety of charities worldwide.” Participating athletes span the disciplines of downhill, enduro, cross country, and cyclocross, and include racers Greg Minnaar, Steve Peat, Danny Hart, Steve Smith, Loic Bruni, Brook Macdonald, Emmeline Ragot, Bryn Atkinson, Jill Kintner Iago Garay, George Brannigan, Laurie Greenland, Greg Williamson, Curtis Keene, Anneke Beerten, Cedric Gracia, Adam Craig, Carl Decker, Jeremy Powers, Rebecca Rusch, Chloe Woodruff, the Bianchi XC Team, and the Topeak-Ergon EU and US XC Marathon teams. Athletes show their support by wearing the crankbrothers temporary tattoo at races andusing the hashtag #cb4others to help raise funds and awareness for the charity of their choice. For each race, crankbrothers makes a donation to the charity on the their behalf, and also partners with the athletes to raise additional donations through raffles and auction items. A microsite at crankbrothers.com/for-others hosts donation pages for each athlete and charity, and provides real-time updates of the funds raised. Charities include World Bicycle Relief, NICA, Ride For Michael, Wheels 4 Life, Prochorus Community Development, Riding Forward, JAM Fund, Team Rynkeby, Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition, and the Ride to Conquer Cancer, among others. “Professional athletes make their living riding bikes,” said Claire Geiger, Grassroots Development Manager, World Bicycle Relief. “But for many individuals around the world, a bicycle is a life-changing tool, providing access to education, healthcare, and economic opportunities. The Crankbrothers for Others program gives professional athletes the perfect platform to use their voices and talent to support a cause bigger than themselves.” “For many years I've connected in some way with World Bicycle Relief through my sponsors and I've always loved what they stand for,” said Anneke Beerten. “Now I have the opportunity to contribute myself through the Crankbrothers for Others program. It’s a great opportunity to make a difference and help support the community that has given us so much.” Visit crankbrothers.com/for-others for more information and to give your contribution.
  6. CannondaleCannondale Scalpel For 2015, there will be no aluminium Scalpels, only carbon framed variants will be available. The range topping Scalpel 29 Team (above) will retail for around R 115 000. For this you get a 10 kilogram bike featuring SRAM XX1, Enve wheelset, and of course a carbon Lefty fork (or should it be called a pole?). The Scalpel 29 2 9 (blue/ black), retailing at R 67 000, comes kitted with SRAM XO1, Stan's Arch Ex rims and claims to weigh around 11 kilograms. The Scalpel 29 3 (black/ red) features a mixture of SRAM X9 and X7 in the drivetrain, a Stan's ZTR Rapid wheelset and stealthy black paint job. The Scalpel 29 3 will be selling in your LBS for around R 55 000. Cannondale Rush The Rush will be sold in the place of the aluminium Scalpel's, as Cannondale's more affordable dual suspension range. The Rush 29 1 (black) and Rush 29 2 (green). The Rush 1 comes with Shimano XT/ SLX group set, ZTR Rapid wheelset and apparently weights in at 13.3 kilograms. Recommend retail price: R30 000. The Rush 2 leaves the factory with a blend of SLX and Deore components, DC 3.0 wheelset and with a weight of 13.85 kilograms will set you back R23 500. Cannondale Trigger The Trigger Carbon 2 is available in two wheel sizes 27.5 (pictured above) and 29er. Both similarly specced with Shimano XT groupsets and Mavic Crossroc wheels. The smaller wheel option is marginally cheaper at R75 000, while the 29er will go for R76 000. And a Tandem... Mongoose ArgusA cheap and cheerful fat bike. Need I say more? CrankbrothersOminco recently became the South African distributor for Crankbrothers. They promise to continue the excellent after sales service that the brand is well-known for. Crankbrothers Candy 3 pedals Cobalt 11 Wheelset StagesStages power meters, another brand added to the Omnico stable recently. They are taking this one very seriously to ensure the best experience, including a dedicated support person you can contact should things go wrong. EastonEaston is no longer on Omnico's books but for now they will continuing to honour existing warranties and repairs. GTGT Zaskar Carbon 9R LTD Black is in this summer. At least GT seem to think so. Looking at this carbon beauty, we're not going to say they're wrong. GT Helion Here we have an odd one. This bike isn't set for our shores but Omnico are testing the waters with these exhibition specimens. Check out the marketing video, it explains the concept of this bike far better than I could: So did that inspire you to ditch those racey XC bikes, South Africa? Helion Carbon Team: Helion Carbon Pro: And the more affordable aluminum frame options, the Helion Elite (blue) and the Helium Comp (Grey): Fabric saddlesFabric saddles is another new addition for Omnico. While we didn't get the chance to sit on one, for what it's worth, they did looked supremely comfortable. Bell HelmetsStoker Super 2 Super 2R As the name suggests, this helmet is like the Super 2 but with a detachable chinbar. How #enduro is that? Jokes aside, we like it. Giro HelmetsSynthe The Synthe is Giro's latest road helmet. Here's what they had to say about it: "the Synthe is the pinnacle of road helmet design, combining the performance gains of aero efficiency and light weight with great cooling power to enhance rider comfort and efficiency". Giro Phase And some more...
  7. Omnico recently hosted their annual Roadshow exhibition last week to show off the 2015 bikes and gear. We went along to see what you can expect from Cannondale, GT, Crankbrothers, Mongoose, Bell, Stages and Fabric this coming year. Click here to view the article
  8. Hi Gents I would just like to know if I can replace a Crank Brothers freehub body with a Shimano/SRAM one. They seem the same, but I dont know if they have different lengths and may cause fouling with the hub or frame. The freebody will be fitted to a 10 speed SRAM cassette, which I've heard is 1mm -1.5mm longer than a Shimano cassette. Thanks
  9. Limited stock available! Buy a Crankbrothers stem, seatpost and Fi'zi:k saddle combo, and get a further R250 off on the total price*. *Please note: available only while stocks last. Terms & Conditions apply. Delivery cost not included in sales price.
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