In Stock:: The Mainline is S&M’s trail tire. Available in wire bead only with a mid weight, high pressure casing. The 2.1 has a micro knurled surface on a directional tread designed to go on the rear. It features a center tread with a V-notched edge for accelerating and a flat edge for braking. The 2.425 front tire size is a nod to the old 2.125 Comp III we grew up riding in the front. Additional angular raised tread sections keep the larger, front specific Mainline on the blue groove in turns! Also available in 22″ sizes

@fitbikeco O.G. PEGS (4”, 4.4”, 4.7”) Available Now! These new pegs are soooo slick. Perfect size to fit the drop out. And they last FOREVER!!!” – Shawn McIntosh Material: 4Q Baked 4130 CrMo Butted to save weight with thicker base and end for longer life Diameter: 34mm Three Lengths: 100mm/4″ (5.8oz) , 112mm/4.4″ (6.25oz.) & 120mm/4.7″ (6.7oz) 14mm with 3/8″ adaptor. 5 threaded anti-roll hole positions (bolt included) Black only Sold individually

@fitbikeco Blade V.3 in stock now!

The goal was to design and produce an extremely strong fork with plenty of tire clearance. After 2 years of R&D and a lot of investment in tooling, the Blade V.3 is available with a traditional 33mm offset. Here are a few features that make these forks so strong.
Using left and right specific investment cast drop-outs instead of traditional Cr-Mo plate, we’ve eliminated the weld gap on the inside of the drops, and were able to thicken up the drops toward the top making a much stronger drop-out/leg connection.
Seamless, swaged legs provide more strength than welded or fused caps-especially if pegs are installed. The ends of these legs are formed, not capped and welded so there is nothing to fracture.
A longer 166mm CNC’d steerer tube with increased wall thicknesses wherever possible and a 24mm x 1.5 compression cap with integrated race.
Tapered and butted legs provide tons of strength, crown weld surface, and peg clearance.
Post weld 4Q Baked heat-treatment