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After countless e mails, long distance phone calls, Skype chats and a few promises of beer in exchange for guarded information, we been able to dig up some juicy details on several exciting products headed our way an entirely new group from Shimano, completely revamped forks from RockShox and Fox, affordable carbon wheels from Easton and a whole lot more.
Much of this information is preliminary, which means weights and specifications may change. It also possible that entire products may appear or disappear before the model year hits. But even this early in the game, it looks like 2013 will be an exciting year for new products.
Shimano: New Standards, New Groups and New SLX
Perhaps even more exciting (especially for gravity riders) Shimano Saint group gets redesigned with a racier look and a host of new features. The component set is now built around a dedicated single ring setup with a jump to 10 speeds in the rear. The brakes have been completely redesigned, too. While they still use four pistons, those pistons are now ceramic just like in XTR. Documents we seen indicate the rotors will use Technologies, which likely means they will have a three layer design like XTR based around an aluminum core with steel braking surfaces for better heat management. The brakes also will use the finned brake pads introduced on XTR Trail brakes this year.
cage (it's only offered in short cage) and feature the Shadow+ friction damper. Like current Saint rear derailleurs, the new model will have a converter that accommodates both wide ratio freeride cassettes (up to 11 36) and close ratio downhill cassettes. The shifter, we told, incorporates Shimano's 2 way release system (riders can push or pull on the cable release trigger), offer multi gear shifts (releasing two cogs with one throw of the lever) and can be linked to a Saint brake lever with Shimano ISpec clamp.
rear derailleur assembly for better shifting and less chain drops. It's user friendly, too: The new crop of derailleurs reportedly will be cross compatible with a traditional hanger and the new direct mount standard.
2013 Mountain Bike Product News
For 2013, Shimano has developed a new "direct mount" rear derailleur hanger standard for its Shadow rear derailleurs. This hanger eliminates the short mounting link that contains the mounting bolt on existing Shadow and Shadow+ rear derailleurs. It is longer and angled further backward than a traditional hanger, Nike Tracksuit Limited Edition
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While we in the waning days of 2011, and next year products are just now making their way to bike shops, mountain bike component makers have been meeting behind closed doors in Taiwan to unveil (and hopefully sell) products that could wind up on bikes in 2013.
and the frame makers I spoke to are very excited about this development for a Nike Jacket Red couple of reasons. For starters, it moves the rear derailleur away from the rear axle for easier wheel installation and removal. It also stiffens the Nike Pullover Hoodie Black
The hubs remain relatively unchanged, however Shimano will offer them in a 142x12 option. There is also a new flat pedal in the works, but no Saint wheels.
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