The new Shimano Deore XT Di2 combines the best of electronic gearing with proven Deore XT level components. Instead of mechanical cables, Di2 is an electronic gear-shifting system that allows riders to shift gears with electronic switches rather than mechanical shift levers.
The result is effortless on-demand gear selection, smooth and programmable shifting.
Check out the in-store set up (pictured, above) at our Tustin shop, to see the Di2 in action.
Got questions? Talk to our experts at both of our shop locations.
A taper-lock core uses an internal sleeve that narrows towards the last portion of the grip, which clamps onto the end of the bar to eliminate any twisting. There's a flared closed end for comfort and an intuitive feel for the bar end, a long grip length for plenty of room to reposition your hand position when needed, and a moto-knurl pattern for a great grip and feel in all riding conditions.
In colors to suit all color schemes, even glow in the dark! MSRP is $18 per pair.
These new tires from Maxxis open up even more capability with plus bikes, with a more aggressive tread pattern so you won't lose traction in those loose corners. Made to tackle loose or muddy conditions for aggressive all-mountain riding.
Maxxis Minion DHR2 EXO - 27.5x2.8 (MSRP is $95 each)
Maxxis Minion DHF EXO - 27.5x2.8 (MSRP is $95 each)
Maxxis Highroller 2 EXO - 27.5x2.8 (MSRP is $95 each)
Maxxis Icon - 27.5x2.8 (MSRP is $130 each)
Maxxis Chronical 3.0 - (MSRP is $130 each)
The new Shimano Deore XT CS-M8000 11-Speed cassette is a great choice for riders looking for top-level quality at a more affordable price. Improved efficiency and smooth shifting. Installs on a standard freehub body (8, 9, 10, or 11-speed), so there's no XD driver hassle. Wide cassette ranges available in 11-40T, 11-42T, or 11-46T (shown here).
The IRD RQR2 Dropper Seatpost is a mechanical dropper post with bar mounted control.
Available here at The Path in 27.2, 445mm size only. MSRP is $129.99
The new SRAM Eagle has been a hot topic the past few weeks, and it's here.
SRAM X01 Eagle (prices are MSRP)
Questions about compatibility and what you need to upgrade your bike's drivetrain? Give us a call or better yet, come on into either of our shop locations and we'll go through the details with you.
SRAM Eagle XX1 expected to arrive sometime in August!
The Fox Transfer Hydraulic, Infinite Adjust Seatpost is cable actuated with tool-free quick disconnect and is available with internal or external routing options. Comes in either 30.9 or 31.6 diameter sizes with either 4, 5 or 6 inch drop options. Low lever force and great modulation make it easy to regulate return speed and make small height adjustments. There are two remote options for handlebar mounting: either left side below bar (for 1x mounting) or L/R on bar (for 2x or 3x mounting).
Shown here is the Fox Transfer Factory top level seatpost, with Kashima coating.
Designed for use with the SRAM XD™ driver body, the SRAM XG-1299 Eagle 12-speed, 10- to 50-tooth cassette offers an optimal 500-percent gear range at a considerably lighter weight than 2x systems. Extremely durable while still keeping the weight down. The all-new shifting features create a smoother, quieter system with enhanced inboard and outboard shift performance.
AbsoluteBLACK is a rider-developed company based out of the U.K. Their products are strong, lightweight, and extremely easy on the eyes. Made from anodized aluminum.
AbsoluteBLACK RaceFace Oval Cinch Traction chainrings are premium 1X RaceFace direct mount Oval chainrings designed for CINCH system that RaceFace uses to mount chainring directly to the crank. If you have 4 arm RF crank, look at 104bcd Oval ring. Compatible with RaceFace Cinch system cranks, Next SL, SIXC, Turbine, Atlas, and AEFFECT CINCH cranks. Fits Boost148 frames as well. 1x12 Eagle compatible.
Available in sizes 26T, 28T, 30T, 32T, and 34T. Colors of green, red, and black to complement any build. Our price is $74.95.
Why Oval Chainrings Work (from absoluteBLACK website):
Because a rider does not produce power evenly through a pedal stroke; they maximize the part of the stroke where power is produced and minimize resistance where it isn't. Oval rings make the spin cycle a lot smoother and are easier on legs while climbing. Believe it (or not), but a round chainring doesn't transfer torque to your rear wheel as smoothly as an Oval one. You will actually feel your stroke to be more "round" with an Oval shape than with a round chainring. With oval rings rear tire traction improves greatly on loose and slippery terrain. Smoother power delivery to your rear wheel means that you will be able to maintain better, constant cadence; get less stress on the joints (knees) and therefore be able to keep certain level of effort for longer.
Building on the lightest, most versatile production carbon crankset on the planet, the Race Face Next SL G4 couples Race Face CINCH compatibility with an elegant arm profile that seamlessly integrates the crank arm with the new Next Direct Mount composite chainring. G4 is lighter weight (430g – 32T Direct Mount) with improved lateral chainring stiffness; a critical advantage when the chain is under tension at extreme angles, like those resulting from a 1x system setup.
Available in 170mm and 175mm lengths - MSRP is $549.99.
The RockShox Reverb Stealth seatpost may look the same on the outside, but the internals have been completely redesigned for even better performance, improved stiffness, and enhanced reliability. Now available in even more size and travel options, including a whopping 170mm travel length.
Pictured here is a 170mm travel, 480mm length, 30.9 diameter. Stock is available in our Tustin location.