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Mom, I don't want this mud on my face anymore (and on my shorts)

Date: 4/3/2021, author: Tomáš Kvasnička

Our court terster Hobík decided that there was enough mud in his face. He installed fenders from the inventors of MTB fenders - the British company Mudhugger and will share with you his experience with fenders from Mudhugger. This British company (where elsewhere in the world there is nothing left for bikers but wet) is the author of 2 important innovations of MTB fenders: the shape of the front fender, which everyone now copies, and the rear wing, which no one has dared to do.

read more on Michal's blog:


2 underrated innovations to which we owe the fact that mountain bikes can do more and more

Date: 3/20/2021, author: Tomáš Kvasnička

An interesting article on www.singletracks.com by Jeff Barber entitled " Mountain Bikes Are More Capable Than Ever Before, and 2 Innovations Deserve Much of the Credit " explains why today's mountain bikes are getting better and better. The article attributes this ability to two recent but still underappreciated innovations, one revolutionary - sudden - character and the other, which is rather evolutionary - creeping. Let's discuss the context of the telescopic seatpost and the modern "long and low geometry" of mountain bikes.


8 upgrades that will make your XC fable a more capable and comfortable bike

Date: 2/25/2021, author: Tomáš Kvasnička

Australian fairy tale magazine FLOW recently published an advisory article on 8 upgrades for your xc wheel . And we have prepared a training for you from him. Like many Australians, this problem can happen to you: You have an older bike and you actually like it quite a bit, but you have started riding trays - maybe even heavier trays - and you feel that your breath is no longer enough. But you don't want to buy a new bike, or there may not be resources for it now. What if you just upgraded the bike a little?


Puzzle on a trail - A backpack on a bike like a jigsaw puzzle

Date: 2/19/2021, author: Tomáš Kvasnička

Our colleague Michal Šajner Vetešník received a PRISM backpack for Christmas - specifically the largest fairy-tale version of the Krypton 25l - and wrote his experience on his blog ( www.hobbikuvblog.cz ). At PRISM, Michal likes that a person can not only fold his backpack in color, but can have more sizes at home and just change his back according to the type of activity. This is how we alternate between winter snowshoe-ski and summer fairy tale versions.

Well, we won't keep you here, read more on Michal's blog: