Today’s New Products
SCOTT VIVO PLUS HELMET
All the protection
Aside from producing one of the fastest bikes on the planet, Scott also makes some pretty sweet helmets. The Vivo Plus is an all-around trail helmet that will handle burlier all-mountain and enduro riding. The shell uses EPS foam and a MIPS liner to help with rotational impacts. This helmet has an adjustable visor and Scott’s MRAS2 fit system. The price is $130, and the helmet can be found at any Scott dealer. www.scott-sports.com
ASB PARTS TUBELESS SYSTEM
Flats aren’t fun
ASB Parts is a new company that makes tubeless sealant. ASB has developed a proprietary formula that uses special anti-freeze agents and the highest-quality latex. ASB claims that this blend isn’t affected by varying altitudes and is one of the lightest blends available. To go along with the sealant are 45-millimeter tubeless Presta valves. Sealant price ranges from $7 to $25, depending on size, and a pair of tubeless valves costs $20. The sealant and valves are available at www.asbparts.com.
TRUVATIV CARBON DESCENDANT BARS
Trail to enduro
The Descendant line was created for the everyday trail rider. The Descendant Riser is carbon fiber (Truvativ does offer an alloy version) and is 750 millimeters wide with 20 millimeters of rise. The Descendant uses a 31.8-millimeter bar clamp and 5 degrees of upsweep. These bars are only available in black and retail for $150. Stop by your local shop to order one. www.sram.com
PICKY BARS CHAI AND CATCH ME
It’s in the name
If you haven’t heard of Picky Bars, you’ve probably heard some of the silly names they use for their bars. Chai and Catch Me is their newest flavor using maple, hazelnut and almond butter, along with a mix of spices that are anti-inflammatory to create a tasty bar. This bar is gluten-, dairy-,soy -and GMO-free for those dedicated health nuts. Picky Bars uses 83-percent organic ingredients and offers the Chai and Catch Me in 10-packs for $27.50. Check out www.pickybars.com to order a box.
CRANKBROTHERS F10+ MULTI-TOOL
It has a magnet!
Every rider should have a good multi-tool with them during a ride; this can be the difference between walking or riding home. The f10+ has all the major bits to do most trail-side repairs, including a magnetized case with an integrated bottle opener for post-ride refreshments. This kit retails for an affordable $35 and can be found online or at your local shop. www.crankbrothers.com
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