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$ 49.99Blackburn understands that we want to save weight wherever we can. Its sleek-looking Canber UD Carbon Cage uses unidirectional fibers to offer a claimed weight savings of between 11 and 17 grams when compared to steel and alloy cages. The Canber's rib cage design keeps the bottle secure, while its flared opening offers you quick and easy access, so you can keep your eyes on the road.
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$ 29.95Almost iconic now, the skater style Six Six One Dirt Lid Helmet uses a foam inner and hard plastic shell keep your brains from going on display. It has nine vents to cool your head, while multiple pads allow you to fine tune the Lid's fit. The pads wick perspiration and work with the venting to help keep you cool. The Six Six One Dirt Lid comes in ten colors and one size.
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$ 39.95The Birzman Velocity Apogee MTB Mini Pump may be small, but it packs a portable punch that most other pack-sized or frame-mounted pumps can't. It features the same CNC-machined aluminum construction as Birzman's full-sized floor pumps, with a polished finish and grippy details on the bottom and the handle. The extendable QR Hose slides into the barrel and extends quickly with a single pump, and the twisting Snap-It Apogee makes the Velocity quickly and easily compatible with both Schrader and Presta valves. The Velocity also features Birzman's Air Lock design, which means it works as a shock pump so you can adjust your fork while you're on the trail. The included bracket makes for easy frame mounting.
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$ 30.00Lock-on grips rewrote the book on attaching mountain bike grips to handlebars, but they have drawbacks. One of which is weight, the other is unequal pinching from the clamps. And, in this day and age of fragile carbon bars, that can create serious problems down the road. Lizard Skins, however, have addressed those issues with the DSP 30. 3mm Grip. They use a unique tape technology to securely attach the ultra-light DSP grip to handlebars. It takes a matter of seconds to apply the tape and slide the grips on, the only thing you need is window cleaner that's used much like the classic hairspray approach. And, like hairspray, you do need to wait for it to dry before riding. Lizard Skins attachment isn't the only innovative feature of the DSP grips. Their exclusive DuraSoft Polymer provides an unmatched level of shock absorption and control. The Lizard Skins DSP 30. 3mm Grips come in eight colors and are 130mm wide.
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$ 194.95Though its classic lines and peculiar styling may be the standout visual elements of the Brooks England J. B. Collection Foldable Helmet, the design partnership with Carrera that produced the helmet indicates that it was designed with safety as the first consideration. The helmet's flexible frame meets CPSC requirements for noodle saving courtesy of a series of EPS foam bars. Those bars are connected with flexible material that's light enough to fold the helmet up for easy storage but tough enough to keep it together under impact.
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$ 14.99Sometimes being seen is more important than illuminating your own path--think of early-morning urban commuting--so Lezyne designed the work-of-art Femto Drive Front Light to let motorists know you're coming. The LED bulb puts out 15 lumens of steady or flashing illumination, courtesy of two replaceable CR2303 batteries, and the CNC-machined aluminum body keeps rain and spray out while looking like something you'd find on a classic Italian scooter. The stretchy silicone-rubber strap connects easily to bars and stems, and is a breeze to pop off for security if you're leaving your ride outside for a hot minute.
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$ 169.95You can look at a bike and tell how much the owner loves it by the headset, and King headsets are reserved for our most precious bikes. Chris King makes all of its bearings in-house, which guarantees their roundness and hardness, and then assembles each headset by hand from a stock of components. This particular headset is designed for frames with a tapered head tube (34mm to 49mm, and a fork with a tapered 1. 5-1. 125in steerer. It will also accept a straight 1. 125in steerer with King's Reducer Baseplate, available separately.
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$ 274.95When Giro looked to up its aero game, it didn't just paste new stickers onto its Advantage helmet. It looked at the data and redesigned it to create the Giro Selector. This helmet is now a standard in the professional peloton and should be a part of your aero kit as well. Giro used wind tunnel testing to sculpt a shape that works with your position on the bike to lessen the drag coefficient. On the front end, you'll notice the eye shield. Not only does this minimize tear-inducing wind in your eyes, it also smooths the leading surface so that the air moves over it faster. An added benefit is that the shield also acts to block out excess wind noise. Two vents help direct the air through the helmet and out the back vents to cool your head. For those who prefer sunglasses, however, the shield is removable. On the other end, the tail of the Selector helmet is closed on the underside and comes in two lengths, 10mm and 45mm. Each is designed to work with your body position and the choice depends on how low your shoulders and arms are. The helmet should sit low and close to your back when you are in an aero position. To secure the Selector, Giro uses the Roc Loc TT system. Different from the older Roc Loc 5 system, the TT uses a spring leaf system to apply even tension to the front and back of your head in order to secure the helmet. The body of the helmet is an EPS-injected molded liner with the Giro SL Roll Cage system and a polycarbonate shell.
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$ 145.00Urban cycling (like cycling in general, to be fair) is all about blending form with function, and nobody does that better than Brooks England. Its B17 Standard Men's Saddle is the epitome of this design philosophy, and Brooks has been making it for over 100 years, so it's not surprising that the company has the B17 pretty much dialed. The full-grain leather cover helps keep the saddle from overheating on warm days, and is designed to conform slowly to your anatomy over long periods of riding, so you'll end up with a nearly custom fit after a few months. The B17's steel rails are strong and absorb road vibrations, and the saddle's wide tail and abrupt taper help provide a solid pedaling platform while eliminating rubbing and discomfort.
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