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Best Bike: What Type of Bike Should I Buy?

Best Bike: What Type of Bike Should I Buy?

November 07, 2017

So many bikes, so little time! While we think every bike from Tribe is amazing it's definitely a hard to choose which bike is best for you. Adding gears and extra features certainly complicates that too so we figured we'd help everyone out and explain the best way to pick your perfect bike.

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Cranksets: 44T, 46T, and 48t chainring, what's the difference?

November 02, 2017

 

Cranksets are one of the main components in the bicycle drivetrain system. They turn the energy your legs create into the motion that drives the bicycle forward (or also backwards in the case of fixed gear bikes). A chainring has a certain amount of teeth noted in the specs. For example, 44 or 46 or 48 t or teeth. So what do these numbers mean and how does it affect me when biking?

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Urban Cross Frame Sets

Urban Cross Frame Sets

September 01, 2017

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V E N I C E

V E N I C E

April 27, 2017 2 Comments

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Urban Cyclocross by Tribe

Urban Cyclocross by Tribe

April 07, 2017

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Tribe Track Bikes

Tribe Track Bikes

April 06, 2017

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Tribe Mess Premium

Tribe Mess Premium

April 06, 2017

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Messenger Series - Mess 001 / NY

February 10, 2016

The Messenger Series was built in collaboration with the true road warriors, the salt of the earth - bike messengers of New York City. These bikes are built to be strong and responsive with a triple triangle, triple butted 4130 chromoly steel frames and 32 spoke H Plus Son rims. Quick and agile with a carbon fork and SRAM crankset, this beast of a bike is ready to deliver.

Tribe Bicycle Co Mess 001 NY Fixed Gear Bike

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HAKA | Hi-Ten Series

June 30, 2015 1 Comment

Haka Tribe Bicycle Co. Fixed Gear

The tribal Maori people of New Zealand created the dance known as the “Haka.” It is utterly ferocious and unnerving, leaving a permanent mark on those that cross its path to be forever remembered and respected. Our Haka fixed gear, single speed cruiser does the same, affecting all that come across its relentless matte black color scheme.

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Fixed Gear Bikes: How do you change your gear ratio?

June 30, 2015 1 Comment

For those of you looking to alter your gear ratio, you can do so by changing the rear cog, which will affect the denominator of the ratio. You can also change the number of teeth in the chainring - or you can do both!

 

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Fixed gear bikes: What's the best gear ratio?

June 09, 2015 12 Comments

Fixed Gear Bike Gear Ratio

When buying a fixed gear or single speed bike it's very important to find the right gear ratio. Two of the most common gear ratios are 44:16 and 46:16 - what does that mean? Here we break down those gear ratios and help you find the perfect one to match your riding needs.

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Photo Shoots! with Patrick Kolts (part 1)

June 02, 2015

Tribe Bicycle Co. Fixed Gear Bike

It's no secret - we love photo shoots here at Tribe. We love them because we get to collaborate with some of the coolest, most talented riders, as well as photographers from the city we love. Most recently we went out on two separate journeys with Brooklyn-based photographer Patrick Kolts - needless to say, it was awesome. Here are some of our favorite photos from the first shoot.

 

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