A neoprene pogie designed to allow riders to change positions from hoods to drops without removing hands from the mitts. Internal or external cable routing options. - Water-proof, 5mm neoprene construction with nylon lamination inside and outside - Attaches to handlebars and can be easily installed and removed for temperature changes - Can be used with regular cycling gloves of varying thickness - Reflective material on seam and logo - Stays open, allowing easy access and removal of hands
A neoprene pogie designed to work with flat or riser style handlebars to keep hands warm when encountering the cold, wind, rain and/or snow. - Waterproof, 5mm neoprene construction with nylon lamination inside and outside - Attaches to handlebars - can be easily installed and removed for temperature changes - Can be used with regular cycling gloves of varying thickness - Reflective material on seam and logo - Stays open, allowing easy access and removal of hands - Vent zipper can be opened if hands start to overheat - Measures 10" wide by shifters/brakes
An adjustable, rear integrated kickstand that supports bikes of all sizes, from 24" to 29" wheels. Adjustable length fits more bikes Intended for bikes with an integrated mount at the rear dropout, this ultra-stable kickstand with an adjustable length will keep even the most stubborn bikes upright. Installation is quick and easy and the adjustable length works for bikes with wheels from 24-inch wheels all the way to 29-inch wheels. - Adjustable length fits bikes with 24-29-inch wheels - Compatible with Trek bikes equipped with integrated direct mount chainstays - Will not interfere with pedaling - Super strong and stable platform will hold your bike upright even with gear on the rack
INVISIBLE INFLATION Lightweight, firmly attached and quiet, but easily accessible when you need it, the Giant Clutch Fork Storage kit fits a CO2 cartridge and inflator right into your fork’s steerer tube and helps you ride pack-free. FEATURES: - Invisible until you need it - Multiple taper mounting design - Rubber mallet installation, no need for any glue or adhesive - Carries a 16g or 25g CO2 cartridge and inflator (cartridges sold separately) SPECIFICATIONS: - Tools: 16g or 25g CO2 Cartridge, CO2 inflator Sizes: 160 x 40 x 21mm - System: Compatible with RockShox & Fox & DVO Forks - Weight: 118g (with a 25g CO2 cartridge) - Material: Aluminum
RIDE FREE Ditch the heavy pack and saggy saddlebag with the all-new Clutch Crank Storage. Lightweight and right there when you need it with six allens, a chain tool, and a spoke wrench, the Clutch Crank Storage can solve just about any trail-side mechanical. FEATURES: - The smallest multi-function crank-stored tool on the market - Magnetic locking system ensures quiet, stable storage - Quickly and easily mounts in hollow crank spindle - Compatible with hollow-spindle SRAM, Shimano, and Praxis cranks - Includes 2.5 to 6mm allens, a T25 Torx, a valve core remover, spare chain links, and a spoke wrench SPECIFICATIONS: - Tools: 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6mm Hex, T25, Chain breaker, Spare chain links storage, Spoke wrench - System: Compatible with Sram & Shimano & Praxis Cranks - Sizes: 100x 32 x 19mm (TBC) - Weight: 84g - Material: High-density plastic
$13.99 - $16.99
Ride with minimal chain slap by using a Chainstay Protector. Comes in 5 sizes and 4 colors giving you the versatility needed no matter what you ride. Designed and made in our Utah facility, the Chainstay Protector is made with neoprene and sewn with a tight stitch and heavy-duty thread for extra strength and durability. Lizard Skins chainstay guards are the original, strongest and lightest protectors on the market since 1993.
Surly made these handy plates for use with either the Long Haul or Disc Trucker frames, and only the Long Haul and Disc Trucker frames. They are to be used with a bicycle kickstand to keep your bicycle upright while not moving as if by magic. The plates consist of two halves that, when clamped on your frame in conjunction with a kickstand, protect your chainstays from hamfisting by sandwiching the frame between the plates. Have you ever eaten a hamfist sandwich? They taste terrible, so avoid them like the plague.
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