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Hey Keunnel,
This particular helmet is no longer available in the white/white. We have sold out of it.
Additionally we're not able to send Mavic products outside of the US. Take a look at the "Help Center" linked below and you'll be able to find that sort of info really easily.
If there is anything else you need please let us know.

Hey Jeff,
In order to make these shoes work you'll have to use a mountain bike style pedal, one with a 2 hole cleat. If you're using a 3 hole cleat these aren't going to work.
Of course there is nothing keeping you from running mountain pedals on a road bike so that is still a good option.
If you have any other questions or need anything else please let us know.

Hey Steve,
Technically speaking you can run these in that tire, but its not a good idea. The more the latex stretches to cover the volume of the tire the more likely it is to pop. Additionally latex tubes are porous and leak air continually. If you stretch them further with a wider tire that becomes more of a problem.
I hope this is helpful. If you'd like to talk more about other options, please feel free to give us a call.

Hey there,
We don't have a ton of specifics on it just yet, but to answer your question, yes. You will be seeing a disc road bike coming out later on this year. It'll be named the Crusher after a great race here in Utah called the Crusher in the Tushar.
Keep checking in and we'll have info out soon.
Let us know if you need anything else.

Hey there,
The tires that come on the bike are Specialized Ground Control 2BR 29x2.1" (front) and Fast Trak 2BR 29x2.0" (rear). The Stan's wheels are set up for tubeless as well. They'll come with tubes, but all you need to do is add sealant and air them up.
The max tire clearance for the Ripley according to Ibis is 2.25 for most brand tires.. You'll probably be able to fit some of the 2.3s out there, but not all and you won't be able to go any bigger than that.
If you've got any other questions or need anything else from us please let us know.

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