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New #Ninerd and Niner warehouse employee Cy Foppe wanted to build a RIP 9 RDO specifically for rough, fast, Colorado enduro-style riding. He's a fan of the trails in classic locations like Crested Butte, Aspen/Snowmass, Salida, and similar. He digs the gnarly trails in the high country and wanted a bike suited for the demanding trails in those regions.
We're excited to announce updated Star Build kits for the 2021 model year, plus a new RIP 9 RDO color: the striking Silver/Baja Blue. There's never been a better time to scroll through the options and pick out your favorite.
"My name is Amanda Nauman and my goal is to be the first female finisher of the Caldera 500 route." So begins Amanda's story of her attempt to complete one of the hardest bikepacking routes yet conceived. Read about her attempt and check out the video on our YouTube channel.
If you’re wondering how to choose between 650b and 700c for your next gravel bike, you’re not alone. All of the Niner gravel bikes can accommodate either 700c or 650b wheels and tires. In fact, we have expanded our selection of stock 4- and 3-star builds with the 650b wheel size.
But which gravel bike wheel size is right for you? Let’s dive in to explain the difference between 700c and 650b gravel bike wheels.
The heat of summer is upon us, but that's no reason to stop going out to ride gravel roads. We've got the connections to help you get started riding gravel roads. It can be intimidating learning to ride dirt roads, but there are plenty of resources available when you're ready to learn about gravel grinding.
Are you new to e-bikes? So are we! With the e9 Series of Bosch-powered e-mountain bikes introduced recently, we are diving into the world of e-bikes. Want to know more about these types of electric bicycles and the basics around them? This is your guide!