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A question we frequently get asked at TBS is "...but can I ride Bike Park on it?' Our answer is always yes! Definitely in fact! Typical mountain bikes are super capable and are right at home on anything from alpine singletrack to a full blown downhill bike park! However, there are always changes that you can make to your set up to optimise your bike for the rough and unforgiving nature of a bike park! Without realising it, you'll ride more distance and rough terrain on your bike in a day than you would on a good 3 or 4 trail rides! So make sure your bike is ready to deal with that!
Our Maxxis May Sale is ending on May 31st at Midnight! This year we will be BLOWING out prices on the majority of our 27.5" Maxxis tires which means it's the perfect time to stock up and be prepared for an awesome season ahead. In addition to all of our reduced prices, we will be also offering an even greater discount if you purchase tires in increments of 4 or more. Biking season is here and at TBS Bike Parts we want to ensure that our customers have the fresh rubber they need to attack the trails hard this Spring. Spend less and ride the best with TBS!
At TBS Bike Parts our goal is to be your number one online shop that can provide you with all of the parts you need for less. While we grow our inventory, it can be difficult deciding on which products we would like to carry in such a large industry with so many different options. This is why we love hearing our customer's feedback about our website! Your opinion matters and if you notice that we are not carrying something that you think we should be, reach out and let us know. You can message us on our Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org email. At the end of the day, we are here to deliver great low prices and fast service, so if there is anything that we can do to make your experience better, please don't hesitate to reach out! Spend less and ride the best with TBS Bike Parts.
Our Maxxis May Sale is back by popular demand! This year we will be BLOWING out prices on the majority of our 26" and 27.5" Maxxis tires which means it's the perfect time to stock up and be prepared for an awesome season ahead. In addition to all of our reduced prices, we will be also offering an even greater discount if you purchase tires in increments of 4 or more. Biking season is here and at TBS Bike Parts we want to ensure that our customers have the fresh rubber they need to attack the trails hard this Spring. Spend less and ride the best with TBS!
With so many different component options on the market in today's mountain biking world, it can be very difficult to decide which brand, and more specifically, which product line to ride. SRAM and Shimano have long dominated the biking industry with top-of-the-line components, ranging in price and specs. Each company produces multiple lines of groupsets that are geared towards different types of riding disciplines as well as price range. Let's take a look at what each of these companies has to offer.
Are you looking to upgrade your drivetrain but unsure of what specs you need to suit your style of riding? Mountain bike specs are often only millimeters different in size, yet those tiny differences in specs can make a huge impact on your riding. Cranksets are a perfect example of this. The standard size of cranksets usually ranges between 165mm, 170mm and 175mm. Minimal difference, right?
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?
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.