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Product Comparison: Shimano Organic vs Metal Brake Pads

By TBS Media 8 months ago 2718 Views

Having a good set of hydraulic disc brakes on your mountain bike is one of the key components that allows you to go as fast as you can on the trail. Without a strong set of brakes to slow you own, dropping in to steep and fast terrain is much more dangerous. The brake pads specifically are another wear item on your bike and should be changed when worn down. Understanding the different kinds of brake pads available will help you make the right decision when getting yourself some new pads. W are going to break down the differences between organic and metal Shimano mountain bike brake pads.

What Brand Of Brakes Will You Be Riding This Season?

By TBS Media 10 months ago 422 Views

With two huge brake brands on the market that each produce the highest quality of brakes available, it can be very tricky deciding which brand you want to go with. Shimano and SRAM have long dominated the braking industry, and for a good reason. Each of these brands deliver the widest selection of mountain bike brakes and all of their products are designed with consistency, power and durability. So that brings up one of the biggest questions in the mountain biking industry- Which brand should I choose?

Handlebar Width - What Should You Be Riding?

By TBS Media 10 months ago 590 Views

Like all components available in the world of mountain biking, there are different sizes and styles for everything. Sometimes it can be hard to know exactly what parts you need for the style of riding that you enjoy. A very common dilemma when designing your dream bike, is what width of handlebar you should be riding.

10 Speed Parts Still Available at TBS Bike Parts!

By TBS Media 10 months ago 758 Views

Are you still rocking an "old school" 10 speed setup on your ride? At TBS Bike Parts we understand that upgrading to an 11 or 12 speed setup can be very costly which is why we still stock multiple 10 speed items, so you can have the opportunity to upgrade your bike with new parts, without having to completely change your entire drivetrain.

Product Comparison: Clips or Flats?

By TBS Media 11 months ago 540 Views

Clip pedals or flats? This has been an ongoing debate for years as to which product is better for certain disciplines of riding.

Maxxis vs. Schwalbe Tire Comparison

By TBS Media 11 months ago 1524 Views

Picking out the right set of tires is imperative if you want to ensure that you have the proper grip you need to accommodate your riding style. With two huge players in the industry, Maxxis and Schwalbe, and so many options offered by both companies, it can be hard making the right decision. Here is some important information about both companies that should help you make a better informed decision for your tire purchase!

Upgrade To A SRAM GX Eagle 12 Speed Groupset Today!

By TBS Media 1 years ago 981 Views

SRAM has always been a leading innovator when it comes to high-tech mountain biking technology. Last year SRAM introduced the GX product line available in 11 speed as well as 7 speed, the first 7 speed drivetrain in years that was designed strictly for downhill riding efficiency. SRAM had also pushed the limits by introducing the first ever 12 speed groupset, Eagle XX1 followed by X01. Of course Eagle consists of top-of-the-line components and comes with a hefty price tag so despite the drivetrain freedom that comes with a 1x12 setup, it was overlooked by many riders. Available now at TBS Bike Parts is the brand new SRAM GX Eagle 12 Speed drivetrain, providing the same benefit as XX1 or X01 Eagle but at a fraction of the cost, making it much more affordable for every day riders. By switching to SRAM GX Eagle 12Speed, you can experience the light-weight, diverse and efficient drivetrain setup that SRAM has perfected, all without breaking the bank. All of this and more at TBS Bike Parts!

New Year, New Parts!

By TBS Media 1 years ago 705 Views

2018 has officially kicked off which means that riding season is approaching quickly! We've got plenty of awesome parts to start off the new year including the brand new SRAM GX Eagle 12 Speed upgrade kit, new Schwalbe Tire options and more. With these new additions along with our other high end product offerings, you can build your dream setup without having to break the bank. With free shipping on all orders over $149 and no surprise duty or taxes on your order, you won't find a better deal than by shopping with your Canadian Online Retailer! Spend less and ride the best with TBS Bike Parts.

Maxxis Tires Back In Stock In Time For Christmas!

By TBS Media 1 years ago 730 Views

Our Maxxis lineup is revamped and restocked just in time for the holiday season! With plenty of great selections between 26", 27.5" and 29", we've got the options you need to add some fresh treads to your ride. Our best-in-class prices along with even bigger discounts on bulk orders provide a great gift option for either yourself or the mountain biker in your family. It's never too early to prepare yourself for the upcoming season! Take a look at some of the options we have in store at TBS Bike Parts:

Black Friday Sale Is Live!

By TBS Media 1 years ago 1151 Views

Black Friday is here and we have tons of great products at even FURTHER reduced prices! This is our biggest Black Friday sale yet so make sure you keep an eye on our website as well as our Social Media pages all weekend and take advantage of some incredible end of the year savings. With huge discounts on select products from Forks to Tires and everything in between, this is a great opportunity to get the mountain biker in your family their dream Christmas present, or spoil yourself and fuel your riding passion. The biggest online shopping holiday of the year will be live at TBS Bike Parts starting today, November 23rd and will run all the way through until Monday, November 27th. Take a look at a few of the great deals we will be offering: