Greg Rwrote a question about Santa Cruz Bicycles Highball 27.5 Carbon CC Mountain Bike Frame - 2018 on September 18, 2019
Can this frame fit 700c wheels?
Cyclist for over 20 years. A little racing, a little more triathlon, and lots of fun miles since my favorite thing to do is just ride.
Can this frame fit 700c wheels?
If they fit, these are great fenders. They are easy to install on many bikes and have held up well for two years on a commuter/beater bike. For the price, they're a superb value. I am ordering a second pair for a gravel bike. I really like that they are well made, last a long time, look good, and hold up. They are also fairly easy to work with & modify if needed to get the right fit. The installation video is really helpful and can give you a sense of how they might fit on your bike. Five stars because they're a great value for what they are!! You won't find better at a lower price point!
I have had these bottles on my bikes â road, cross, mountain, TT â for several years over 12,000 miles of riding on roads âÂ paved & gravel â and trail. I cannot remember ever losing a bottle. They are perfect. They also hold up really well and match my bike nicely. I have been so happy with them!
Hi, interested in these wheels. The photos and description seem to vary. Will they come ready for 12/100 & 12/142mm thru axles and centerlock rotors? Thank you.
The SVET/R is exactly what I wanted in a base bar. I knew that I wanted a 20 cm drop/rise from the stem, since I want the rise option (which is really hard to find in bars) since I know I'll be doing some climbing in training and races. The bar is very light and is in an all-black, beautiful matte-carbon finish, including the logos – they are understated and look great! Installation was easier than I thought it would be and I used the bars to set up my second TT bike. I love that Profile Design makes these high quality bars since they allow me to get my ideal position dialed in perfectly without using a lot of spacers or messing around with the fork and stem. I also was able to use my extensions to keep the build affordable and very high value. I'm really happy with this purchase and grateful to Backcountry/Competitive Cyclist for their help and the very fast shipping.
This is a terrific bag! I have both the medium and large sizes on my road bike. I like that I can swap the bag between bikes. I used to want the smallest seat bag possible but after getting stuck with flats and not enough supplies far from home, I decided to switch to a larger bag. The medium is quite spacious, with room for a few CO2 cartridges and inflator, spare tubes, patch kit, tool, etc. It's not quite long enough for a micro pump. The large is very spacious and the price here is fantastic. I can fit a micro pump and some spare clothes & food in it, which is great for solo century days in places without backup or cell reception. If I want to compress the bags down a bit, I use a spare tie-down strap. Waterproofing is superb, adjustability covers a wide range, yet these bags are not as bulky as bike packing or bike-touring packs. They hit a perfect sweet spot. There's also no zippers to get snagged, and no stitching that will come undone like on so many seat bags. These are fantastic bags and I am very pleased with them!
I've had this saddle for over five years and it continues to be the most comfortable I've ever used. I'm about to buy a second one for another bike. I've always loved Selle Italia saddles, and knew that I need a 145 mm wide model like this one. The central cut out is quite large and gives ample room for that "area". The profile is slim, yet there is ample comfortable padding. I use it on a road/gravel bike that's set up with a slightly more forward position. It's comfortable while hammering a time trial or group ride, cruising for long or short solo rides on flats or hills. I've ridden it through rainstorms and all kinds of weather, and it still looks almost new. The quality is top of the line, like every Selle Italia saddle I have used (I haven't used any other brand in years and the several saddles I have from them continue to be like-new (my previous favorite model is the ProLink Gel Flow in 145 mm). If it fits you, then this saddle is probably the best investment you'll make in your bike.
Can this frame take a rigid fork or does it need a suspension fork? Thanks.
This is a superb base layer. Wicks really well in cold or hot weather. Best of all, it does not ride up. The fabric is very resilient and both stretches well and bounces back. I have used many base layers over the years and this Craft one is perfect.
I'm a long-time Open Pave fan. I have used several versions of the tire, the old 24 mm, 25 mm, and 27's. I like the 27's best -- they are almost a gravel tire, and I have ridden them fast on crushed stone and gravel trails as well as all kinds of pavement. I use these as a training tire, and fall-winter-spring tire. I've raced them in a half iron distance race with some rough pavement, where they were super comfortable. My current set up has the 27's on wide rims (Hed Belgium+). The Paves are on the narrower size for their listed widths, but still true to size (unlike some other brands' 25's that inflate to 28 mm). They are a go-anywhere tire that is fast, grips well, and holds up nicely. I have never flatted on them over thousands of miles. I recommend them to any serious rider.
A great base layer for warm to hot days. It is well made and comfortable -- and creates a bit higher layer than the similar mesh base from Castelli. I like how this piece prevents chafing and keeps me cool. It is well made too and holds up in the wash, though I usually use a garment bag to keep it safe.
These Blackburn cages are some of the best out there. They last forever and can take a beating. I love that they are well made and affordable -- I have used carbon cages that cost twice as much but that don't hold my bottles as well. I consistently recommend these. I also like that they come in colors that match my bike, since most cages come in boring carbon black. These are a great investment.
I have this stem on a road bike and love it. I have the 120 mm. Combined with an ENVE carbon bar, the road vibrations are very dampened and my hands stay comfortable longer. I initially rode it with an aluminum bar and liked it then, but now with a carbon bar, it's even more comfortable. It's expensive, but ENVE is the best there is and engineer their products to be safe and to last a long time, which is totally reassuring to me when I ride. I have met some of the people at the company and was totally impressed with them, and with their online safety demos of their products. I'm really happy with this purchase that is part of my dream bike.
The Castelli mesh is the best out there. Breathes super well and creates a layer of cool air on warm to hot days. They are also well made and last a while as long as you take care of them. I wash mine in a garment bag and they have lasted a long time. I just wish they were an inch longer in length, but they're still close to perfect.