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2012 Raleigh Eva 29er Womens Mountain Bikes

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2012 Raleigh Eva 29er Womens Mountain Bikes   2012 Raleigh Eva 29er Womens Mountain Bikes

Raleigh Bicycles has released 29er bikes for women called the Eva 29er for 2012. The 29er bikes will come in two models, which are the Comp and the Sport. Featured by the Comp is a SR Suntour 80mm fork with lockout. It blends Tektro Draco Hydralulic brakes and Shimano Deore and Alivio in a 9-speed, too.

While it features Suntour XCR 80mm fork with lockout like the Comp, the Sport also has a Shimano Alivio 9-speed and Hayes Mechanical disc brakes. On the other hand, the Sport is a lot more affordable than the Comp.

Available in small, medium, and large, sizes, the 2012 Raleigh Eva 29er Womens Mountain Bikes caters to all women riders who love 29ers. Both bikes, which are mid to entry level with a women’s geometry, have 180mm front rotors and 165mm rear rotors.

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2012 Whyte 29er Bikes

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2012 whyte 29er bikes   2012 Whyte 29er Bikes

Whyte has added three 29er bikes to its 2012 range with two carbon models, the 29er CS and 29er C, and one aluminum, the 829. The carbon fiber frame made for these bikes is one of the best 29er hadtails on the market in terms of aesthetics.

Not only is the frame designed to offer maximum comfort. It can provide the best power transfer as well. Moreover, this high performance frame guarantees slab-sided chainstays, nerve-racking huge bottom bracket junction, and huge square profiled downtube.

With the Press Fit BB30, both the bottom bracket and the downtube of the 2012 Whyte 29er Bikes are made as wide as possible. From the tapered head tube to the carbon dropouts, there is a visual link created by the top tube, which flawlessly flows into the slender seat stays.

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2012 Marzocchi Corsa Superleggera 29er Fork

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2012 marzocchi corsa superleggera 29er fork   2012 Marzocchi Corsa Superleggera 29er Fork

Marzocchi, the famous Italian fork maker, has launched a brand new carbon-crowned 29er fork for 2012 called the Corsa Superleggera. Specifically built for 29″ wheels, this lightweight model covers XC 29er bikes range and offers enough clearance for wider tires.

Featured by the 2012 Marzocchi Corsa Superleggera 29er Fork is an entirely reengineered air system that no competitor can outperform. Also redesigned slightly is the TST Micro with the black top lever starting the Micro system controlling compression and the fork leg’s lower part adjusting rebound.

Both an alloy and full carbon crown/steerer will be available. The internally adjustable travel comes in 80, 100, and 120mm. The nickel plated stanchions of Marzocchi are very smooth and its other 29er forks has very impressive action and small bump sensitivity.

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2011 Fox 34 140mm 29er Suspension Fork

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2011 fox 34 140mm 29er suspension fork   2011 Fox 34 140mm 29er Suspension Fork

After the release of the RockShox’s SID 29er, Fox Racing Shox released the new 34 140mm 29er suspension fork. As the name implies, along with 140mm travel, this fork uses 34mm stanchions. The suspension fork is available in two versions, which are the Float and Talas.

Both Float and Talas forks will have bolt-thru 15mm axles and tapered steerer tubes. Also, the forks offer the Kashima coating as standard that has unique gold color backed by its high performance properties. This results in tremendous durability and a remarkably smooth feel.

With Float and Talas versions of 2011 Fox 34 140mm 29er Suspension Fork, the adjustment includes rebound, low-speed compression, lever actuated lockout, lockout force, and air spring pressure. Weight of the forks ranges from 1.96kg to 2.16kg.

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Enve 29er Rims

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2011 enve 29er rims   Enve 29er Rims

With aUniversal Standard for Tubeless (UST) certification, Enve Composites has proudly launched their new big-wheel XC rims this 2011. Enve offers great reasons to go 29er while more and more cyclists are choosing to go tubeless on mountain bikes.

This is why the XC Clinchers were also made tubeless, compatible by Enve, which takes pride in its record as the first to launch a full line of carbon clinchers particularly designed for dirt use. Also, weight is not compromised as a progression of structural modifications boosts strength and stiffness.

Thanks to the Molded Spoke Hole Technology and the goal of optimizing composites for all off-road riding and racing aspects, the 2011 Enve 29er Rims, which are available in 28 or 32 hole count, offer higher spoke tensions and more durable wheel builds.

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2011 Surly Karate Monkey 29er Bike

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2011 surly karate monkey 29er bike   2011	Surly Karate Monkey 29er Bike

29er mountain bike lovers definitely need to consider the 2011 Surly Karate Monkey. Aside from the 29 inch tires benefits, the bike also offers guaranteed comfort during all types of terrains. Big wheels and versatility are the major features of Karate Monkey.

With horizontal dropouts and a derailleur hanger, the bike can be run as a singlespeed, a fixed-gear, or with full gears and derailleurs. It is 100% Surly 4130 cromoly steel, main triangle double-butted, and TIG-welded and features a classy and functional Surly seat clamp and comfortable Velo grips.

Aside from mountain biking, the 2011 Surly Karate Monkey 29er Bike is also built for cyclocross, commute, and backcountry tours. Its excellent components include a Ritchey Logic Comp headset, Kalloy stem and post and Salsa Moto-Ace handlebar.

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2012 Charge Ti Cooker 29er

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2012 charge ti cooker 29er   2012 Charge Ti Cooker 29er

Charge will release a 29er called the 2012 Ti Cooker. As the Charge has avoided the carbon bike trend, the 29er is expected from a company known for making bikes that are almost exclusively in steel.

While Charge builds bikes mostly with steel materials, there is an exception that is the titanium. Aside for being light, titanium is more responsive and rust free. Included in the top quality components of this 29er is a nice sized downtube gusset and an added headset.

Ti bikes are available only as frame at the moment and the Cooker is presumed to use a 27.2 seatpost along with the standard cabling. Equipped with the Griddle, a new lock on grip, the 2012 Charge Ti Cooker will also feature a standard threaded bottom bracket.

Via BikeRumor

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