Lusty Industries Have Your Wheel and Tyre Needs Covered

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Maxxis Tyres

When it comes to mountain bike tyres, Maxxis is the first name on everyone’s mind.

From new treads like the Assegai and Dissector through to old favourites like the DHF and DHR, there’s a tread pattern to suit all users. Stocking the widest range of Maxxis Tyres, Lusty Industries have all your tyre needs covered across Road, BMX, Mountain, Gravel, E-Bike and Commuter.

Lusty Industries carries over 70 different models and sizes in Maxxis MTB tyres alone.

Maxxis’ road offering has gone from strength to strength in recent years through their partnerships with Israeli Cycling Academy and domestically, Team Bridgelane, to develop the new High Road, High Road SL and Pursuer. From all-out speed in racing, to unmatched durability and grip, the Maxxis range now features a comprehensive range for all road users.

Crankbrothers Synthesis Wheels

For years we’ve had specific front and rear tyres due to the differences in needs, so why don’t we do this for wheels? Crankbrothers recruited the super duo of Jason Schiers and Australia’s own Mello Bouwmeester and asked them this very question.

They were given freedom to design the best possible wheels.

The result, is the Crankbrothers Synthesis Wheelset. Based on a design philosophy of a compliant front wheel and stiffer rear wheel, the Synthesis series finds the perfect balance between traction and acceleration where it’s needed most.

Crankbrothers Synthesis Wheels represent the state of the art in MTB wheel technology.

It’s not just the front and rear rims that have different design profiles and weights. The front wheel also uses a lower spoke count, and lighter spokes laced with lower tension. The front rim is also a little wider in its internal measurement.

First launched in carbon, the Synthesis range is now available in alloy featuring I9 101 or Crankbrothers hubs. The same Synthesis ride quality, in a more affordable package.

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