The sheep that we get Merino wool from are among the toughest, with the ability to withstand insanely hot temperatures and unbearable cold temperatures. They do this all through rugged mountains and in complete comfort. As cyclists, we too understand the need to survive in these extreme environments, while maintaining a certain level of comfort.
Cycling is a demanding sport that requires both physical endurance and muscular efficiency. Every cyclist strives to enhance their performance and improve their overall riding experience. While training, nutrition, and equipment play crucial roles in achieving these goals, one often overlooked factor that can significa
Warmer temperatures have arrived here in the northern hemisphere and spring is upon us. As you get ready for the riding season, here are a few simple tips to make sure your bike is ready so you have a good experience as enjoy the spring weather. Some of you may not have touched your bike since last fall, others may spent hours on a trainer, and some may have rode through the winter. Regardless the situation these basic maintenance tips will help you get started this spring.
Here's the question of the day, to ride or not to ride? You can think of a hundred reasons not to ride, it's already 90 degrees outside and no clouds, I'm tired, didn't sleep well last night, my back hurts, I can ride tomorrow, I'm bored riding the same route over and over again. Sound familiar? We fall into the midsummer slump too. Here are a few tips to get you motivated and out on your bike even if it is 90+ degrees outside.
We like supporting local US manufacturing, and so do our friends at ENVE Composites, another Utah based company manufacturing products here in the US. Last week they hosted a Builder Round-Up featuring some beautiful bikes made by artisan bike builders from around the world. Here are a few that caught our eye
FRANCIS PEAK - MAY 2020. From 4,500' - 9,500' in elevation with variable conditions. How do you prepare? With spring comes nicer weather, and warmer temperatures, but depending are where you live and ride, going out in a short sleeve jersey and bibs may not always be the right choice of clothing.
Running tubeless tires has many benefits, but it also requires some maintenance to function properly. Sealant can be messy and a nuisance on valve cores. Make sure to check and replace valve cores regularly to ensure easy tire inflation and accurate tire pressure. Here's a few tips to help you as you deal with tubeless, sealant and valve cores.
Bringing a product to life can be challenging. For us it's about making a good product, providing a solution that didn't exist before, and finding the right people to help make it. When we set out to make our Lifeboat Tire Levers, the purpose was no different.
It has been a momentous year for everyone at SNEK. From all of us involved with this project, as well as our families, we would like to take this moment to reflect back upon the greatest hits, and thank every person involved in our success.