You can, but you don’t have to. 21″ will rise in front of the bike, but it will correct the head tube angle for a better front suspension angle of attack. You can compensate for it with a linkage riser.
We intentionally take them off for shipping purposes. Please go to the manual page to get more information about how to plug them back.
Sure! As long the belt is farther or in the same position as the OEM chain, you can still use your upgraded belt kit. If the belt is closer to the wheel, it might rub with wide tires.
You need to use your existing hub spacers, sprocket, and brake disks from OEM.
For off-road wheels, we choose 1.85 rim width – it is a perfect size for SurRon/Talaria because the widest possible tire that fits the bike will fit the rim. For on-road wheels, we highly recommend using our combination available on the product site or at least with the exact sizes for each rim. Any other […]
Please make sure the axis of the wheel is straight in relation to the swing arm. In other words, ensure your lockdown axle blocks are both in the same place on both sides.
You need to either dish the rim or cut the knobs. Read more about dishing here.
Yes, we can sell every single bit we build our products with—rims, spokes, nipples, bolts, adapters etc. Please check the SPARES category on our website.
We use an OEM hub with a SurRon bolt pattern. Please double-check if you use the rear disk for the rear wheel because it differs from the front disk.
Every part is compatible with OEM. No modification on your bike except the front fork type is needed. Some tires are wide enough to touch fork covers or rub fork arms. Please refer to the specific wheel description.