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KFC Carbon Cross Handlebar

Katie Compton's long standing relationship with Thomson resulted in multiple cyclocross podiums for the iconic alloy stems and seatposts. And when Thompson decided to branch out into the handlebar market, it leveraged her valuable input when designing the KFC Carbon Cross Handlebar. The bars are carbon fiber, and made using Nano Epoxy Resin for very high impact resistance, and they are made in one piece -- not three pieces co-molded and glued together. An EPS mandrel, unlike an inflatable bladder, is used during the layup and molding process to avoid wrinkles inside the bar. For added strength, 1. 5K woven impact ends prevent damage to the uni-directional fibers during impact. This results in an incredibly strong structure with stress risers reduced to an absolute minimum. Structure is one thing, but ergonomics and ride quality is another story. Because this is Thompson first foray into carbon handlebars, they have the advantage of starting from a clean slate. By working closely with Katie Compton, Thomson dialed in a bar shape that is destined to become preferred on muddy courses across the globe. There's a nice round top profile that's as wide as possible for auxiliary levers and to provide plenty of room for your hands. The shaping on the underside of the top section permits cable housing to be routed cleanly, while maintaining a round profile. This is one of the first products not manufactured at Thomson's US facility, and one of the first products not cut from a piece of aerospace grade aluminum. But the aerospace connection remains with these bars, as they are made by Toray, the same plant that pushes out carbon fiber components for Boeing and Airbus. And to ensure a Thomson level of quality, the bars are certified to EN and tested to DIN+ standards. Reach is 78. 5mm and drop is proportional to width. They are: 40cm/131mm, 42cm/133mm, and 44cm/135mm. The finish is a natural carbon fiber with graphics applied before a clear coat for a long-term, qualit...

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KFC Carbon Cross Handlebar Black, 44cm

Katie Compton's long standing relationship with Thomson resulted in multiple cyclocross podiums for the iconic alloy stems and seatposts. And when Thompson decided to branch out into the handlebar market, it leveraged her valuable input when designing the KFC Carbon Cross Handlebar. The bars are carbon fiber, and made using Nano Epoxy Resin for very high impact resistance, and they are made in one piece -- not three pieces co-molded and glued together. An EPS mandrel, unlike an inflatable bladder, is used during the layup and molding process to avoid wrinkles inside the bar. For added strength, 1. 5K woven impact ends prevent damage to the uni-directional fibers during impact. This results in an incredibly strong structure with stress risers reduced to an absolute minimum. Structure is one thing, but ergonomics and ride quality is another story. Because this is Thompson first foray into carbon handlebars, they have the advantage of starting from a clean slate. By working closely with Katie Compton, Thomson dialed in a bar shape that is destined to become preferred on muddy courses across the globe. There's a nice round top profile that's as wide as possible for auxiliary levers and to provide plenty of room for your hands. The shaping on the underside of the top section permits cable housing to be routed cleanly, while maintaining a round profile. This is one of the first products not manufactured at Thomson's US facility, and one of the first products not cut from a piece of aerospace grade aluminum. But the aerospace connection remains with these bars, as they are made by Toray, the same plant that pushes out carbon fiber components for Boeing and Airbus. And to ensure a Thomson level of quality, the bars are certified to EN and tested to DIN+ standards. Reach is 78. 5mm and drop is proportional to width. They are: 40cm/131mm, 42cm/133mm, and 44cm/135mm. The finish is a natural carbon fiber with graphics applied before a clear coat for a long-term, qualit...

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31.6mm350mm Full Caobon 3K Glossy Bicycle Seatpost

Length(mm):350; Color:Black; Net Weight(kg):0.2; Material:Full Carbon; Diameter (mm):31.6

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KFC Carbon Cross Handlebar Black, 40cm

Katie Compton's long standing relationship with Thomson resulted in multiple cyclocross podiums for the iconic alloy stems and seatposts. And when Thompson decided to branch out into the handlebar market, it leveraged her valuable input when designing the KFC Carbon Cross Handlebar. The bars are carbon fiber, and made using Nano Epoxy Resin for very high impact resistance, and they are made in one piece -- not three pieces co-molded and glued together. An EPS mandrel, unlike an inflatable bladder, is used during the layup and molding process to avoid wrinkles inside the bar. For added strength, 1. 5K woven impact ends prevent damage to the uni-directional fibers during impact. This results in an incredibly strong structure with stress risers reduced to an absolute minimum. Structure is one thing, but ergonomics and ride quality is another story. Because this is Thompson first foray into carbon handlebars, they have the advantage of starting from a clean slate. By working closely with Katie Compton, Thomson dialed in a bar shape that is destined to become preferred on muddy courses across the globe. There's a nice round top profile that's as wide as possible for auxiliary levers and to provide plenty of room for your hands. The shaping on the underside of the top section permits cable housing to be routed cleanly, while maintaining a round profile. This is one of the first products not manufactured at Thomson's US facility, and one of the first products not cut from a piece of aerospace grade aluminum. But the aerospace connection remains with these bars, as they are made by Toray, the same plant that pushes out carbon fiber components for Boeing and Airbus. And to ensure a Thomson level of quality, the bars are certified to EN and tested to DIN+ standards. Reach is 78. 5mm and drop is proportional to width. They are: 40cm/131mm, 42cm/133mm, and 44cm/135mm. The finish is a natural carbon fiber with graphics applied before a clear coat for a long-term, qualit...

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Supernova-High Quality Carbon Seatpost

Rail Material:Full Carbon; Cover Material:Full Carbon; Length(mm):400; Type:Road,MTB; Color:Natural Color,Black; Net Weight(kg):0.195; Shipping Weight(kg):0.5; Material:Full Carbon; Diameter (mm):27.2400

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OS-99 Stem

For all of the amazing benefit carbon fiber brings to bicycles and componentry -- we're thinking here of frames, forks, rims, handlebars, seatposts, bottle cages, cranksets, etc, etc -- one area where carbon hasn't been widely adopted has been stems. It's not that there aren't a boatload of carbon fiber stems in the marketplace, but rather it's that carbon doesn't have the reputation for making stems lighter, stiffer, stronger, or better in any measurable way. Its benefit seems to be purely aesthetic -- a carbon stem will match all the other carbon bits on your bike, that's about it. FSA manufacturers carbon fiber stems, but perhaps their very best stem (though not their most exotic or their most expensive) is their OS-99 stem. The OS-99 is the lightest stem in the FSA family, and -- believe it or not -- it's made from 7050 aluminum alloy. The 90mm stem weighs a paltry 103g. Don't let the extreme lightness of the OS-99 give you concerns about durability. FSA manufactures it using a proprietary 3D forging technique that uses slow forging speeds and extremely high pressures to eliminate surface deformation. They carefully control the heat treatment process to ensure ideal crystal growth. The heat treatment is so critical to the finished product, in fact, that FSA documents and inspects every heat treatment session to ensure quality. It might weigh 103g, but it has the toughness of a heavyweight. The forged faceplate has a serrated grip area to securely fix both alloy and carbon fiber handlebars. All sharp edges are radiused to eliminate potential stress risers -- even the washers and counterbores for the Ti bolts are radiused for better stress flow. And the clamping area is diagonally cut to better distribute the clamping load across the steerer tube. The OS-99 is available in lengths from 80mm-130mm. It has an 84 degree rise (a. k. a. +/- 6 degrees), with a clamp stack height of 35mm. The clamp diameter is 31. 8mm

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Cobalt 11 Carbon Setback Seatpost - 20mm - BLACK (27.2 )

Closeouts . A single-piece carbon seatpost with a 7075 aluminum clamp, Crank Brothersand#39; Cobalt 11 seatpost shaves weight without sacrificing sturdiness.

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NEASTY 31.6300mm Full Carbon 3K White Bicycle Seatpost

Length(mm):300; Color:White,Black; Net Weight(kg):0.2; Material:Full Carbon; Diameter (mm):31.6

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31.6300mm Full Carbon 3K Glossy Black Bicycle Seatpost

Length(mm):300; Color:Black; Net Weight(kg):0.2; Material:Full Carbon; Diameter (mm):31.6

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NEASTY 31.6mm350mm Full Caobon 3K Glossy Bicycle Seatpost

Length(mm):350; Color:Black; Net Weight(kg):0.2; Material:Full Carbon; Diameter (mm):31.6

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B336 Handlebar Seatpost Pole Bike Roll Bar Mount for GoPro HD Hero Hero 2 Hero 3

Type:Holder; Weight (kg):0.099; Material:Carbon Fibre; Compatibility:GOPRO

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Camera Motorcycle Bike Handlebar Seatpost Pole Mount  3 Way Pivot Arm for Gopro Hero 3

Type:Holder; Weight (kg):0.074; Material:Carbon Fibre; Compatibility:GOPRO

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GoPro Ride Hero Handlebar Seatpost Pole Mount For Gopro Hero 1 2 3 Camcorder

Type:Holder; Weight (kg):0.048; Material:Carbon Fibre; Compatibility:GOPRO

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KFC Carbon Cross Handlebar Black, 42cm

Katie Compton's long standing relationship with Thomson resulted in multiple cyclocross podiums for the iconic alloy stems and seatposts. And when Thompson decided to branch out into the handlebar market, it leveraged her valuable input when designing the KFC Carbon Cross Handlebar. The bars are carbon fiber, and made using Nano Epoxy Resin for very high impact resistance, and they are made in one piece -- not three pieces co-molded and glued together. An EPS mandrel, unlike an inflatable bladder, is used during the layup and molding process to avoid wrinkles inside the bar. For added strength, 1. 5K woven impact ends prevent damage to the uni-directional fibers during impact. This results in an incredibly strong structure with stress risers reduced to an absolute minimum. Structure is one thing, but ergonomics and ride quality is another story. Because this is Thompson first foray into carbon handlebars, they have the advantage of starting from a clean slate. By working closely with Katie Compton, Thomson dialed in a bar shape that is destined to become preferred on muddy courses across the globe. There's a nice round top profile that's as wide as possible for auxiliary levers and to provide plenty of room for your hands. The shaping on the underside of the top section permits cable housing to be routed cleanly, while maintaining a round profile. This is one of the first products not manufactured at Thomson's US facility, and one of the first products not cut from a piece of aerospace grade aluminum. But the aerospace connection remains with these bars, as they are made by Toray, the same plant that pushes out carbon fiber components for Boeing and Airbus. And to ensure a Thomson level of quality, the bars are certified to EN and tested to DIN+ standards. Reach is 78. 5mm and drop is proportional to width. They are: 40cm/131mm, 42cm/133mm, and 44cm/135mm. The finish is a natural carbon fiber with graphics applied before a clear coat for a long-term, qualit...

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OS-99 Stem Black, 110mm

For all of the amazing benefit carbon fiber brings to bicycles and componentry -- we're thinking here of frames, forks, rims, handlebars, seatposts, bottle cages, cranksets, etc, etc -- one area where carbon hasn't been widely adopted has been stems. It's not that there aren't a boatload of carbon fiber stems in the marketplace, but rather it's that carbon doesn't have the reputation for making stems lighter, stiffer, stronger, or better in any measurable way. Its benefit seems to be purely aesthetic -- a carbon stem will match all the other carbon bits on your bike, that's about it. FSA manufacturers carbon fiber stems, but perhaps their very best stem (though not their most exotic or their most expensive) is their OS-99 stem. The OS-99 is the lightest stem in the FSA family, and -- believe it or not -- it's made from 7050 aluminum alloy. The 90mm stem weighs a paltry 103g. Don't let the extreme lightness of the OS-99 give you concerns about durability. FSA manufactures it using a proprietary 3D forging technique that uses slow forging speeds and extremely high pressures to eliminate surface deformation. They carefully control the heat treatment process to ensure ideal crystal growth. The heat treatment is so critical to the finished product, in fact, that FSA documents and inspects every heat treatment session to ensure quality. It might weigh 103g, but it has the toughness of a heavyweight. The forged faceplate has a serrated grip area to securely fix both alloy and carbon fiber handlebars. All sharp edges are radiused to eliminate potential stress risers -- even the washers and counterbores for the Ti bolts are radiused for better stress flow. And the clamping area is diagonally cut to better distribute the clamping load across the steerer tube. The OS-99 is available in lengths from 80mm-130mm. It has an 84 degree rise (a. k. a. +/- 6 degrees), with a clamp stack height of 35mm. The clamp diameter is 31. 8mm

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OS-99 Stem Black, 130mm

For all of the amazing benefit carbon fiber brings to bicycles and componentry -- we're thinking here of frames, forks, rims, handlebars, seatposts, bottle cages, cranksets, etc, etc -- one area where carbon hasn't been widely adopted has been stems. It's not that there aren't a boatload of carbon fiber stems in the marketplace, but rather it's that carbon doesn't have the reputation for making stems lighter, stiffer, stronger, or better in any measurable way. Its benefit seems to be purely aesthetic -- a carbon stem will match all the other carbon bits on your bike, that's about it. FSA manufacturers carbon fiber stems, but perhaps their very best stem (though not their most exotic or their most expensive) is their OS-99 stem. The OS-99 is the lightest stem in the FSA family, and -- believe it or not -- it's made from 7050 aluminum alloy. The 90mm stem weighs a paltry 103g. Don't let the extreme lightness of the OS-99 give you concerns about durability. FSA manufactures it using a proprietary 3D forging technique that uses slow forging speeds and extremely high pressures to eliminate surface deformation. They carefully control the heat treatment process to ensure ideal crystal growth. The heat treatment is so critical to the finished product, in fact, that FSA documents and inspects every heat treatment session to ensure quality. It might weigh 103g, but it has the toughness of a heavyweight. The forged faceplate has a serrated grip area to securely fix both alloy and carbon fiber handlebars. All sharp edges are radiused to eliminate potential stress risers -- even the washers and counterbores for the Ti bolts are radiused for better stress flow. And the clamping area is diagonally cut to better distribute the clamping load across the steerer tube. The OS-99 is available in lengths from 80mm-130mm. It has an 84 degree rise (a. k. a. +/- 6 degrees), with a clamp stack height of 35mm. The clamp diameter is 31. 8mm

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OS-99 Stem Black, 100mm

For all of the amazing benefit carbon fiber brings to bicycles and componentry -- we're thinking here of frames, forks, rims, handlebars, seatposts, bottle cages, cranksets, etc, etc -- one area where carbon hasn't been widely adopted has been stems. It's not that there aren't a boatload of carbon fiber stems in the marketplace, but rather it's that carbon doesn't have the reputation for making stems lighter, stiffer, stronger, or better in any measurable way. Its benefit seems to be purely aesthetic -- a carbon stem will match all the other carbon bits on your bike, that's about it. FSA manufacturers carbon fiber stems, but perhaps their very best stem (though not their most exotic or their most expensive) is their OS-99 stem. The OS-99 is the lightest stem in the FSA family, and -- believe it or not -- it's made from 7050 aluminum alloy. The 90mm stem weighs a paltry 103g. Don't let the extreme lightness of the OS-99 give you concerns about durability. FSA manufactures it using a proprietary 3D forging technique that uses slow forging speeds and extremely high pressures to eliminate surface deformation. They carefully control the heat treatment process to ensure ideal crystal growth. The heat treatment is so critical to the finished product, in fact, that FSA documents and inspects every heat treatment session to ensure quality. It might weigh 103g, but it has the toughness of a heavyweight. The forged faceplate has a serrated grip area to securely fix both alloy and carbon fiber handlebars. All sharp edges are radiused to eliminate potential stress risers -- even the washers and counterbores for the Ti bolts are radiused for better stress flow. And the clamping area is diagonally cut to better distribute the clamping load across the steerer tube. The OS-99 is available in lengths from 80mm-130mm. It has an 84 degree rise (a. k. a. +/- 6 degrees), with a clamp stack height of 35mm. The clamp diameter is 31. 8mm

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