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To bring our community together, we’re encouraging you to share your custom Niner bike build with us. Each month, we’ll choose a favorite and publish via social media, email, and on our website. If your bike is chosen to be featured, you WIN a Niner schwag package valued at $100!
We want to reassure all Niner riders that we're taking steps in accordance with public health guidelines from local and national agencies. Most Niner shops remain open for business and ready to assist your pedal-powered social distancing efforts. And here at Niner, we're answering calls and emails, and receiving and shipping goods, almost as normal but with limited staff.
The Mid South Gravel event is coming up this weekend, and our loyal Ninerd gravel guru Amanda "Panda" Nauman has her RLT 9 RDO ready to roll. Formerly known as Land Run 100, this classic route demands a dialed ride.
For a direct comparison of 27.5 vs 29er mountain bikes, look no further than Niner rider Kirt Voreis and his RIP 9 RDO. Both of them. He's got one of each and they're set up differently to best suit their intended rides.
Probably one of the hardest questions for mountain bikers of this generation has become “Which wheel size to choose?”. Trust me, I’ve been in this situation myself. To even get close to the answer, we must first discuss the main differences of 27.5 vs. the 29er.
Can you imagine 100 percent genuine Kiwi goodness on a 190-mile (306 km) trail that is virtually gravel bike heaven? If so, set your sights on New Zealand’s South Island Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail.