1. Meet Sonya Looney

    Meet Sonya Looney

    We caught up with pro endurance racer Sonya Looney (Freakshow Scott) while she was at the Trans-Sylvania Epic mountain bike stage race in central Pennsylvania this past weekend. Looney, who lives in British Columbia, travels the world competing in some of the toughest mountain bike stage races and marathons. Stan’s NoTubes: What wheels did you bring to the Trans-Sylvania Epic...
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  2. Meet Mountain Bike Pro Hans Rey

    Meet Mountain Bike Pro Hans Rey

    Hans Rey started trials riding almost 40 years ago and has been a professional rider for more than three decades. He was inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in 1999. Currently living in Laguna Beach, California, the 50-year-old continues to ride, travel the world and share his passion for bikes. Hans Rey celebrating successfully reaching the summit of...
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  3. QBP Becomes Distributor of Stan’s NoTubes S1 Wheels

    QBP Becomes Distributor of Stan’s NoTubes S1 Wheels

    Deal speeds up wheel replacements and upgrades for customers BIG FLATS, NY (May 3, 2017) - Stan’s NoTubes is pleased to announce that their new S1 series wheels are now shipping to dealers through Quality Bicycle Products (QBP), which has begun building and distributing the wheels. Built for long life, low maintenance and outstanding value, the S1 series wheels feature...
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  4. Tire Pressure: When Lower Is Not Always Better

    Tire Pressure: When Lower Is Not Always Better

    In 2006, Krista Rust left her job as an Electrical Engineer for Motorola to race her bike, and she's been traveling, riding, and helping people keep their bikes rolling ever since. Krista is an ambassador for the benefits of tubeless and has spent years helping riders make the switch from inner tubes. Originally an XC racer and now on the...
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  5. Rose Grant Fast Tracks Comeback from Injury to Podium

    Rose Grant Fast Tracks Comeback from Injury to Podium

    Rose Grant’s stellar 2016 season came to a screeching halt in August, when she crashed and tore her ACL, sustaining an injury that would require surgery and extensive rehabilitation. Yet, just seven months later, the Stan’s-Pivot pro mountain bike racer was back standing on the podium, seemingly as fast as ever. NoTubes: What was your recovery process like? Rose Grant...
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  6. Better Rims Mean Fewer Flats

    Better Rims Mean Fewer Flats

    Some companies seem to choose their rim shape based on maximum logo size. Here at Stan's, we like to frustrate our marketing department with low-profile rim shapes. And while you won't find a lot of marketing real estate for giant logos on the sides of our rims, what you will find is a rim shape that's 100% purpose-built for performance. But what's that...
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  7. VeloClassic p/b Stan’s NoTubes Team Kicks off 2017 Road Season

    VeloClassic p/b Stan’s NoTubes Team Kicks off 2017 Road Season

    With its sights set on becoming one of the the top criterium racing teams in the U.S. and Canada in 2017, the Velo Classic p/b Stan’s NoTubes Team added five new riders and a Director Sportif. The New York City-based USA Cycling domestic elite women’s road racing team recently kicked off its season with a warm-weather training camp earlier this...
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  8. Meet Downhill Pro Racer Danielle Beecroft

    Meet Downhill Pro Racer Danielle Beecroft

    Downhill World Cup racer Danielle Beecroft recently won both the Australian Downhill National Series and the Oceania Continental Championships on her Stan’s NoTubes Flow MK3 wheels. The 21-year-old pro, who hails from North Richmond, Sydney got started racing bikes at a young age and currently competes nationally and internationally as a privateer. NoTubes: Tell us about winning the Australian Downhill...
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  9. Staff Bike: Derek Bissett’s Mullet Bike

    Staff Bike: Derek Bissett’s Mullet Bike

    Mullet bikes aren’t just for downhillers. Our very own Derek Bissett, one of Stan’s Mechanical Engineers, built up one of his own that’s intended for fun, everyday trail riding. His interest in riding bikes with different wheel sizes goes back to 2009, when he had a Trek 69er, a cross country-focused hardtail mountain bike with a 29” wheel up front...
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