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Echo X0/X9 Complete Fat Bike Black, L

Fat bike enthusiasts might question the logic of a suspension fork on their larger-tired steed. After all, don't the tires act as ample suspension? We used to agree, but then the Borealis Echo X0/X9 Complete Fat Bike showed us what we've been missing out on. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. And while this is the most cost-effective Echo build offered by Borealis, it's light, robust, and user friendly. If your other bikes aren't worried about being neglected, they should be.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 100mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8 inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick-release thru axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided ...

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Echo X0/X9 Complete Fat Bike Black/Blue, M

Fat bike enthusiasts might question the logic of a suspension fork on their larger-tired steed. After all, don't the tires act as ample suspension? We used to agree, but then the Borealis Echo X0/X9 Complete Fat Bike showed us what we've been missing out on. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. And while this is the most cost-effective Echo build offered by Borealis, it's light, robust, and user friendly. If your other bikes aren't worried about being neglected, they should be.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 100mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8 inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick-release thru axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided ...

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Echo X0/X9 Complete Fat Bike

Fat bike enthusiasts might question the logic of a suspension fork on their larger-tired steed. After all, don't the tires act as ample suspension? We used to agree, but then the Borealis Echo X0/X9 Complete Fat Bike showed us what we've been missing out on. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. And while this is the most cost-effective Echo build offered by Borealis, it's light, robust, and user friendly. If your other bikes aren't worried about being neglected, they should be.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 100mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8 inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick-release thru axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided ...

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Cannondale Lefty Speed SI Front HUB Bicycle Ceramic Ball Bearing set

* Type: Hybrid Ceramic Deep Groove ball Bearings (steel rings with ceramic balls) * Fits Cannondale Lefty Speed SI Front HUB Bicycle * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: Low Friction Solid Ultra Light Ceramic Balls * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings * Location : Front Hub

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Cannondale Coda 900 Bottom Bracket Bicycle Ceramic Ball Bearing set

* Type: Hybrid Ceramic Deep Groove ball Bearings (steel rings with ceramic balls) * Fits Cannondale Coda 900 Bottom Bracket Bicycle * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: Low Friction Solid Ultra Light Ceramic Balls * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings

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Cannondale Lefty Omega Front HUB Bicycle Ceramic Ball Bearing set

* Type: Hybrid Ceramic Deep Groove ball Bearings (steel rings with ceramic balls) * Fits Cannondale Lefty Omega Front HUB Bicycle * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: Low Friction Solid Ultra Light Ceramic Balls * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings * Location : Front Hub

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Cannondale Synapse Bottom Bracket Bicycle Ceramic Ball Bearing set

* Type: Hybrid Ceramic Deep Groove ball Bearings (steel rings with ceramic balls) * Fits Cannondale Synapse Bottom Bracket Bicycle * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: Low Friction Solid Ultra Light Ceramic Balls * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings

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Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike Black/Blue, L

We were skeptical when we first heard about suspension forks for fat bikes, but the Borealis Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike quickly changed our minds. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. It's a perfect pairing with SRAM's X01 one-by-eleven groupset. The proven setup is light, reliable, and versatile. But be forewarned, your other bikes are about to get ridden way less than they're used to.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 100mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8-inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick-release thru axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided by the Bluto. It's equipped with three bottle cage mounts, to keep you hydrated for long hour...

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Echo X0/X9 Complete Fat Bike Black, M

Fat bike enthusiasts might question the logic of a suspension fork on their larger-tired steed. After all, don't the tires act as ample suspension? We used to agree, but then the Borealis Echo X0/X9 Complete Fat Bike showed us what we've been missing out on. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. And while this is the most cost-effective Echo build offered by Borealis, it's light, robust, and user friendly. If your other bikes aren't worried about being neglected, they should be.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 100mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8 inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick-release thru axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided ...

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Cannondale Lefty Omega Front HUB Bearing set Bicycle

* Type: Single row deep groove ball bearings * Fits Cannondale Lefty Omega Front HUB * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: High Chromium Steel 52100 SAE Steel * Balls Cage: Low Friction Steel * Precision: ABEC-1 Quality * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings * Location : Front Hub

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Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike Black/Blue, M

We were skeptical when we first heard about suspension forks for fat bikes, but the Borealis Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike quickly changed our minds. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. It's a perfect pairing with SRAM's X01 one-by-eleven groupset. The proven setup is light, reliable, and versatile. But be forewarned, your other bikes are about to get ridden way less than they're used to.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 100mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8-inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick-release thru axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided by the Bluto. It's equipped with three bottle cage mounts, to keep you hydrated for long hour...

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Cannondale Bb30 Standard Bottom Bracket Bearing set Bicycle Bearings

* Type: Single row deep groove ball bearings * Fits Cannondale Bb30 Standard Bottom Bracket * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: High Chromium Steel 52100 SAE Steel * Balls Cage: Low Friction Steel * Precision: ABEC-1 Quality * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings

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Echo XX1 Complete Fat Bike

It seems counterintuitive, but the Borealis Echo XX1 Complete Fat Bike has us thinking that fat bikes and suspension aren't such a strange combination. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. So why not add to the party SRAM's proven XX1 one-by-eleven groupset? The result is a setup that's race-light, and ready to tear up the trails.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 80mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8 inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm-spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick release thru-axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one- or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided by the Bluto. It's equipped with three bottle cage mounts, to keep you hydrated for long hours in the saddle. And at 1370 grams for a medium frame, it...

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Cannondale Lefty Speed SI Front HUB Bearing set Bicycle

* Type: Single row deep groove ball bearings * Fits Cannondale Lefty Speed SI Front HUB * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: High Chromium Steel 52100 SAE Steel * Balls Cage: Low Friction Steel * Precision: ABEC-1 Quality * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings * Location : Front Hub

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Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike Black, L

We were skeptical when we first heard about suspension forks for fat bikes, but the Borealis Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike quickly changed our minds. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. It's a perfect pairing with SRAM's X01 one-by-eleven groupset. The proven setup is light, reliable, and versatile. But be forewarned, your other bikes are about to get ridden way less than they're used to.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 100mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8-inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick-release thru axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided by the Bluto. It's equipped with three bottle cage mounts, to keep you hydrated for long hour...

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Cannondale Synapse Bottom Bracket Bearing set Bicycle

* Type: Single row deep groove ball bearings * Fits Cannondale Synapse Bottom Bracket * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: High Chromium Steel 52100 SAE Steel * Balls Cage: Low Friction Steel * Precision: ABEC-1 Quality * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings

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Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike

We were skeptical when we first heard about suspension forks for fat bikes, but the Borealis Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike quickly changed our minds. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. It's a perfect pairing with SRAM's X01 one-by-eleven groupset. The proven setup is light, reliable, and versatile. But be forewarned, your other bikes are about to get ridden way less than they're used to.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 100mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8-inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick-release thru axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided by the Bluto. It's equipped with three bottle cage mounts, to keep you hydrated for long hour...

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Cannondale Bb30 Standard Bottom Bracket Bearing set Bicycle Bearings

* Type: Single row deep groove ball bearings * Fits Cannondale Bb30 Standard Bottom Bracket * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: High Chromium Steel 52100 SAE Steel * Balls Cage: Low Friction Steel * Precision: ABEC-1 Quality * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings

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Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike Black, M

We were skeptical when we first heard about suspension forks for fat bikes, but the Borealis Echo X01 Complete Fat Bike quickly changed our minds. The Echo was built as a perfect partner to the RockShox Bluto suspension fork, and saying it adds even more fun to the equation doesn't really do it justice. It's a perfect pairing with SRAM's X01 one-by-eleven groupset. The proven setup is light, reliable, and versatile. But be forewarned, your other bikes are about to get ridden way less than they're used to.Borealis built the Echo frame by pairing cutting-edge carbon fiber construction methods with geometry that's been optimized for the RockShox Bluto -- the world's first dedicated fat bike suspension fork. Beyond shedding grams, the composite construction has enabled Borealis to finely tune the ride quality, resulting in a strong frame that will hold up to heavy use. That's particularly important, since the addition of the 100mm travel Bluto invites even more aggressive riding than the already surprisingly capable Yampa. The profiling of the seatstays enables a degree of vertical compliance, while the oversized chainstays keep the pedaling responsive when you stomp on the gas. Like the Yampa, the Echo clears massive 4. 8-inch tires on a 100mm wide rim. To achieve that degree of clearance, Borealis has relied on another industry first, namely a 197mm spaced rear hub, which is secured by a Maxle quick-release thru axle. The result is a dishless rear wheel, a surprisingly stiff rear end, and perfect drivetrain alignment with the 100mm threaded bottom bracket shell. Additionally, it provides enough clearance for a one or two-by drivetrain, regardless of your tire choice. Naturally, there's plenty of extra clearance for mud, snow, or anything else you're likely to find yourself riding through. The head tube is tapered, which takes advantage of the incredible stiffness provided by the Bluto. It's equipped with three bottle cage mounts, to keep you hydrated for long hour...

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Cannondale Gemini Swing ARM Main Pivot Bearing set Bicycle Bearings

* Type: Single row deep groove ball bearings * Fits Cannondale Gemini Swing ARM Main Pivot * Closures: Rubber Sealed * Closure Side: Double Sided Seals * Lubrication: Low Friction Grease * Material: Corrosion Resistant Chrome Steel * Balls: High Chromium Steel 52100 SAE Steel * Balls Cage: Low Friction Steel * Precision: ABEC-1 Quality * Brand: VXB * Quantity: Set of two Bearings

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