e*thirteen 9-44 TRS Cassette
While SRAM’s 1×11 cassettes offers users an impressive 10-42 gear range, e*thirteen‘s new cassette gives you an even wider 9-44 spread. And the innovation doesn’t stop there. They’ve actually split the cassette in two so you can replace either the higher or lower range independently depending on wear. The cassette is available for either 10- or 11-speed drivetrains. Price is $279 and $309 respectively. To learn more about how well it works, check out our first impressions here.
Deity T-Mac Signature Pedal
I’ve only logged a couple of rides on a set of the new Deity T-Mac pedals, but so far they’re living up to the hype. The huge platform, concave profile, and symmetrical shape offer an impressive amount of grip. For more technical info, check out our first look here.
FOX Float 34 Fork
After losing ground the past few years to the RockShock Pike, FOX turned things around with the introduction of its 36mm chassis. Next up for a refresh was the 34 series, which was reborn in 2015 as a lighter version of the 36. For more information on the internals and our first ride impressions, read this.
Crankbrothers Mallet E Pedals
The Mallet DH pedal is extraordinarily popular on the downhill circuit and Crankbrothers hopes to capture some of this same magic with their new enduro version. This pedal has a 52mm Q-factor, is 12% smaller, and 50 grams lighter than the DH version. It also utilizes new internal components, which Crankbrothers claims will help increase longevity. Check out our Eurobike coverage of Crankbrother’s new line for more info.