Fresh Produce

New goods from e.thirteen, Schwalbe, Tailwind, UE and Timber

e.thirteen Tire Plasma

e.thirteen tire plasma

Starting in May, e.thirteen will have sealant available to go with its new line of tires. E.thirteen says the acrylic-resin-based sealant is non-toxic, non-corrosive and water soluble, which means that it should be easy on your tire casings and the environment. $4.95 for 120ml pouch, $13.95 for 1 liter / bythehive.com

 

Tailwind Caffeinated Endurance Fuel

Tailwind Caffeinated Endurance Fuel

Tailwind founder Jeff Vierling made his first batches of Endurance Fuel after struggling with nutrition while racing the Leadville 100. The Durango, Colorado brand now offers both caffeinated and non-caffeinated versions of its powder, both of which are intended to act as a sole source of energy for up to 6 hours. $38 for 50 servings / tailwindnutrition.com

 

Schwalbe Tread Cutters

Schwalbe Tread Cutters

Wanna put a half-cut on those Shortys? Schwalbe’s new Tread Cutters take the guess work out of the job with a handy little depth gauge that ensures you’re cutting the same amount off each knob. Not that snipping rubber knobs puts much stress on a tool, but durability shouldn’t be an issue here: Schwalbe partnered with venerated Slovenian toolmaker Unior to bring the cutters to life. $40 / schwalbetires.com

 

UE Boom 2 Speaker

UE Boom 2 Speaker

Please don’t be that rider who interrupts a nice day in the woods with a soundtrack of early 2000’s nu-metal. But if you are going to bring a speaker outside with you, UE’s Boom 2 is a good one to grab. It’s waterproof and hand-washable, broadcasts sound in 360 degrees, boasts a 15-hour battery life and can connect to whatever device you’ve got via Bluetooth. It’s a great way to compensate for soft-spoken laptop speakers. $200 / ultimateears.com

 

Timber Bell

Timber Mountain Bike Bell

Bells rank right after speakers for the most annoying things you can bring riding, but they’re mandatory on some trails–and with good reason. Timber’s bell features an on/off lever that controls the ring, allowing you to turn it off completely or control the volume. It’ll fit any handlebar diameter from 22 to 35-mil. $20 / mtbbell.com