Kenda Helldiver Pro 27.5
Developed for DH and Enduro riding, the Helldiver Pro is Kenda’s tire of choice for dry, dusty and hardpack conditions, with tightly-spaced, low-profile knobs down the middle and larger lugs on the sides to help with cornering. The 27.5 x 2.4-inch features Kenda’s “Vector Shield,” “Iron Cloak Belt” and “Race Stick-E Rubber” technology. The three of these combine to make a puncture resistant tread and sidewall, while boosting control and durability.
Feedback Sports T-Handle Tool Kit
With 2- to 6-millimeter Allen keys and a T25 torx wrench, Feedback Sports’ T-Handle kit is compact, versatile and easy to use. The T-shape of the wrenches make for a comfortable grip and a shape that’s easy to leverage. The wrenches are all made from steel for long-lasting durability, and the small case they come in doubles as an easy access stand when working on the bike.
absoluteBlack Oval Bash Guide
The Oval Bash Guide is the first bash guard and chainguide designed for oval chainrings. Fitting on ISCG05 mounts, the guide can protect 26- to 34-tooth oval chainrings or 28- to 36-tooth regular chainrings. The chainline is boost compatible and adjustable with four 0.5-millimeter spacers. Weighing in at 69 grams, the Oval Bash Guide is a mix of aluminum, a polymer composite and titanium hardware.
Honey Stinger Gluten Free Waffles
Everybody likes waffles. If you don’t it is probably because you are putting fake maple syrup on them as opposed to the real stuff, or it is because you abide by a gluten-free lifestyle. Honey Stinger has solved one of those problems with its new Gluten Free waffles, and now everybody can now take their favorite breakfast along on the trail. Technically a stroopwaffle, these trailside snacks are a little different than the Belgium waffles you make at home, and sandwiched between the two outer layers is a caramel-like filling that comes in many different flavors. If not similar enough to your favorite breakfast already, just pack a flask of maple syrup alongside the waffles to get the full experience.