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Nashbar Carbon Fiber Seatpost. The Nashbar Carbon Fiber Seatpost is a great way to shed some weight off your bike.

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CR4 Carbon Road Bike - 11 Speed Ultegra Save on Fuji GT and Nashbar Road Bikes

Nashbar CR4 Carbon Road Bike - 11 Speed Ultegra. Every time Nashbar introduces a new carbon road bike, it gets more tricked out, more weight weenie-ish, more race-ready, and more drool worthy--well, this time we're just getting plain ridiculous. The new Nashbar CR4 Carbon Road Bike has no Achilles heel, no boat anchor parts, just bliss from the bar tape to the tires. The CR4 Carbon Monocoque frame is this-season's best industry technology with a tapered head tube and full carbon fork to make the setup so responsive to your pedal stroke that you'll be inspired from the start. And speaking of pedal strokes, not one iota of your strength will go to waste with an oversize BB-30 bottom bracket anchoring the frameset. Not only is weight saved by eliminating the cups, but the stiffness is quite simply sublime. With so much more surface area up for grabs to attach the down tube, seat tube and chainstays -- plus room for a stout 30mm bottom bracket spindle -- deflection from all those watts you're producing is just not a worry. But don't let all this talk about stiffness worry you about comfort, because the wonders of carbon are evident in the stays which are shaped to further reduce road vibration. With so much awesomeness going on with the frame, this featherweight filly deserves -- and most assuredly receives -- a component package to match. Gram for gram, dollar for dollar, you'd be hard-pressed to find a finer choice than Shimano Ultegra 6800 11-speed and we've spec'd plenty of it: shift/brake levers, crankset, front derailleur, rear derailleur, and cassette. The shifting is just perfect while the compact 50/34T crankset ensures you can both tame any climb as well as contest rip roaring county line sprints. You'll be blown away by how well this stuff works as so much functionality, precision, and reliability has trickled down from big brother Dura-Ace that Ultegra is a tour de force in its own right. Look closely at the pro peloton and you'll see ballers on budgets winning big-time races on Ultegra 11-speed equipped rigs. Shimano also cranks out remarkable wheels and the RS11s are a paragon of versatility. Their 24mm-deep aluminum rims strike a balance between aerodynamics and handling while stainless steel bladed spokes, 16 front and 20 rear, will slice through the wind with aplomb. But these hoops aren't just for race day as they're sturdy and reliable enough to put through the paces day-in and day-out. There's no skimping regarding rubber, too, as folding Hutchinson Equinox 2 tires are a true all-around, all-weather performer with dual compound treads and a compliant, resilient casing. It's only appropriate that a bike begging to be pushed to the limits has a plethora of Full Speed Ahead parts throughout. The renowned manufacture of high-end aluminum goodness is the perfect choice for the handlebars, stem, brakes, bottom bracket, and seatpost. FSA's Omega compact bars are ergonomic wonders that are double butted for strength while the cold forged

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Elite AiR TT 9.8 - 2014 Matte Carbon/Yellow, L

British Cyclist Chris Boardman is known to this day as being a perfectionist at racing against the clock. Beginning with an Individual Pursuit gold medal in the '92 games on the track, he also recorded the fastest ever Tour prologue in '94. Not content, he has broken and re-broken the track hour record three times. And although it's safe to say it's first and foremost Boardman's engine that propelled him to victory, he'll be the first to tell you that bicycle aerodynamics play no small role. His Elite 9. 8 Air TT is designed to cheat wind making the task at hand a little easier on your legs. Using the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and wind tunnel tests, Boardman was able to experiment with many different combinations of fiber types, fiber directions, resins, and tube shapes to ultimately come up with a TT frame design directly related to airflow. Similar to the AiR 9. 8, every tube on the AiR TT was meticulously examined and tested to be as efficient, lightweight, and aerodynamic as possible. Boardman carefully designed the AiR TT's tubes with shapes that not only efficiently handle head-on winds, but also those less-than-ideal crosswinds encountered in racing situations. These wind-tunnel-tested tubes wear a fairly slender width profile throughout, which creates the optimal balance between vertical compliance and aerodynamics. The top tube remains fairly round, while the down tube, seat tube, and integrated (and reversible) seatpost have been shaped to maximize airflow and reduce wind resistance.The material selected for the AiR TT's frame is an ultralight, high modulus, and unidirectional carbon fiber that's been constructed with a full monocoque design. Similarly, the fork was built out of the same predictable, race-tested, and ultralight carbon fiber. The AiR's mold also incorporates a one-piece PF30 bottom bracket and oversized Boardman designed box section chainstays, which, with a steep taper design at the dropouts, maximizes power tra...

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Elite AiR TT 9.8 - 2014 Matte Carbon/Yellow, S

British Cyclist Chris Boardman is known to this day as being a perfectionist at racing against the clock. Beginning with an Individual Pursuit gold medal in the '92 games on the track, he also recorded the fastest ever Tour prologue in '94. Not content, he has broken and re-broken the track hour record three times. And although it's safe to say it's first and foremost Boardman's engine that propelled him to victory, he'll be the first to tell you that bicycle aerodynamics play no small role. His Elite 9. 8 Air TT is designed to cheat wind making the task at hand a little easier on your legs. Using the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and wind tunnel tests, Boardman was able to experiment with many different combinations of fiber types, fiber directions, resins, and tube shapes to ultimately come up with a TT frame design directly related to airflow. Similar to the AiR 9. 8, every tube on the AiR TT was meticulously examined and tested to be as efficient, lightweight, and aerodynamic as possible. Boardman carefully designed the AiR TT's tubes with shapes that not only efficiently handle head-on winds, but also those less-than-ideal crosswinds encountered in racing situations. These wind-tunnel-tested tubes wear a fairly slender width profile throughout, which creates the optimal balance between vertical compliance and aerodynamics. The top tube remains fairly round, while the down tube, seat tube, and integrated (and reversible) seatpost have been shaped to maximize airflow and reduce wind resistance.The material selected for the AiR TT's frame is an ultralight, high modulus, and unidirectional carbon fiber that's been constructed with a full monocoque design. Similarly, the fork was built out of the same predictable, race-tested, and ultralight carbon fiber. The AiR's mold also incorporates a one-piece PF30 bottom bracket and oversized Boardman designed box section chainstays, which, with a steep taper design at the dropouts, maximizes power tra...

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Single-Speed Cyclocross Bike BIG discounts on these great Bikes

Nashbar Single-Speed Cyclocross Bike. Finally a single-speed version of one of Nashbar's cyclocross bike that will help you dish out generous servings of your chro-mo mojo to the competition. The Nashbar Single-Speed Cyclocross Bike has an abuse-proof chromoly frame and fork at its heart and soul. And while this steel beauty may pack more grams than its more svelte aluminum and carbon fiber brethren, what it truly inspires is confidence -- confidence in the handling, confidence in ride quality, and the confidence that when you hit the deck (and if you're doing 'cross right that fact is inevitable) your steel rig will still be in one piece and ready to rumble when you pick yourself up. The amount of punishment this frameset can withstand is simply astounding. While some 'cross bikes take the super purist route and provide no water bottle cage braze-ons, we, on the other hand, believe differently. 'Cross bikes are the true all-arounders of the cycling world and just because it may not be de rigueur for world-class racing steads to have their thoroughbred lines blighted with braze-ons this steel stallion is intended to be ridden, and ridden a lot, in non-racing environs. And you know what? You're going to get thirsty. So we highly recommend slapping a cage on and heading out for all kinds of adventure. Come race day, just take that cage off (if you even so desire) and you're good to go. Component-wise, feast your eyes on the slew of lightweight aluminum goodies that make this rig such an extraordinary value. Being a single-speed, though, there's not that much actually there -- these are the ultimate in simplicity after all -- but you'll find the aluminum crankset, and its 46T chainring, to be a super clean, reliable selection. The aluminum bars, stem and seatpost are all workman-like, too, in their utter reliability, simplicity, and durability. In the vein of simplicity and reliability, nothing beats a solid pair of cantilever brakes to modulate your speed and these Tektro gems will treat you right. There's ample clearance to keep your wheels spinning freely in slime and grime and there's no annoying mushiness at all when you pull the levers -- just crisp, firm action. Swapping out pads is a snap, too, with their cartridge holders. Alex alloy rims are nigh indestructible and the Kenda Small Block Eight 'cross tires are an awesome option for those with speed on the brain. Optimized for fast acceleration and hard-pack surfaces, they just rip it up when you apply power to the pedals as if you've got a small block V8 for legs. Have we mentioned what a versatile all-arounder the Nashbar Single-Speed Cyclocross Bike is? As is you've got the goods to duke it out for podium honors on the 'cross course or simply head off-road for adventure and hijinks. Not one to be pigeonholed, however, this bike also makes a head-turning city or commuter bike as well--just sticker it up, maybe swap out the knobs for fatty slicks, and start assaulting the urban scape. But n

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Elite Seatpost Black, 27.2/250mm

A stupendously high-quality non-setback seatpost that sets the standard for saddle adjustability and overall precision. The post and cradle are machined from one piece of 7000-series aluminum. Uses a 2-bolt design that allows you to nose your saddle up or down through adjustments to the bolts. 41mm seat rail grip. At 180g it rivals the lightness of carbon posts that cost twice as much.

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Elite AiR/TT 9.4S Complete Bike - 2014 White, S

Chris Boardman earned the nickname "Mr Prologue" in response to his prowess at the first stage of the Tour, which is a race against the clock. He has broken records at every distance, from the 4km Individual Pursuit to the hour record, over which he covered a distance in excess of 56 kilometers. He has proven his prowess with with the AiR frame, a bike so fast it helped propel Pete Jacobs to a victory in Kona. Boardman was able to experiment with many different combinations of fiber types, fiber directions, resins, and tube shapes to ultimately come up with a TT frame design. He did this with the help of the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and wind tunnel tests. Every tube on the AiR TT was meticulously examined and tested to be efficient, lightweight, and aerodynamic. Boardman carefully designed the AiR TT's tubes with shapes that not only efficiently handle head-on winds, but also those less-than-ideal crosswinds encountered in racing situations. These wind-tunnel-tested tubes wear a fairly slender width profile throughout, which creates the optimal balance between vertical compliance and aerodynamics. The top tube remains fairly round, while the down tube, seat tube, and integrated (and reversible) seatpost have been shaped to maximize airflow and reduce wind resistance.The material selected for the AiR TT's frame is an ultralight, high-modulus, unidirectional carbon fiber that's been constructed in a full monocoque design. Similarly, the fork was built out of the same predictable, race-tested, and ultralight carbon fiber. The AiR's mold also incorporates a one-piece PF30 bottom bracket and oversized box section chainstays, which, with a steep taper design at the dropouts, maximize power transfer and strength at the rear junction. Along these lines, the full carbon fork was built with a 1-1/2 to 1-1/8in tapered steerer tube for increased stiffness and steering precision.The AiR Elite TT's fork was also designed to be exceptionally stable, com...

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Elite AiR/TT 9.4S Complete Bike - 2014

Chris Boardman earned the nickname "Mr Prologue" in response to his prowess at the first stage of the Tour, which is a race against the clock. He has broken records at every distance, from the 4km Individual Pursuit to the hour record, over which he covered a distance in excess of 56 kilometers. He has proven his prowess with with the AiR frame, a bike so fast it helped propel Pete Jacobs to a victory in Kona. Boardman was able to experiment with many different combinations of fiber types, fiber directions, resins, and tube shapes to ultimately come up with a TT frame design. He did this with the help of the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and wind tunnel tests. Every tube on the AiR TT was meticulously examined and tested to be efficient, lightweight, and aerodynamic. Boardman carefully designed the AiR TT's tubes with shapes that not only efficiently handle head-on winds, but also those less-than-ideal crosswinds encountered in racing situations. These wind-tunnel-tested tubes wear a fairly slender width profile throughout, which creates the optimal balance between vertical compliance and aerodynamics. The top tube remains fairly round, while the down tube, seat tube, and integrated (and reversible) seatpost have been shaped to maximize airflow and reduce wind resistance.The material selected for the AiR TT's frame is an ultralight, high-modulus, unidirectional carbon fiber that's been constructed in a full monocoque design. Similarly, the fork was built out of the same predictable, race-tested, and ultralight carbon fiber. The AiR's mold also incorporates a one-piece PF30 bottom bracket and oversized box section chainstays, which, with a steep taper design at the dropouts, maximize power transfer and strength at the rear junction. Along these lines, the full carbon fork was built with a 1-1/2 to 1-1/8in tapered steerer tube for increased stiffness and steering precision.The AiR Elite TT's fork was also designed to be exceptionally stable, com...

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XX1 Trigger Shifter

The SRAM XX1 group has brought an undeniable change to the world of mountain bike components. As a one-by-eleven group, it performs well in any mountain application and is versatile enough to run on either a XC or downhill bike. However, individually, the components of the XX1 group stand alone as pieces of utilitarian art with the best-in-show going to the XX1 Trigger Shifter. Durable, lightweight, and more accurate than any of its predecessors, the Trigger shifter delivers a precise, sure-handed experience up and down the cassette. The XX1 trigger shifter employs much of the same technology seen in SRAM's XX shifter. Carbon-fiber is used on the lever and cover for a lightweight and durable construction that'll last longer than your frame. Getting inside the shifter, you can expect a precise and dependable actuation mile-after-mile, through any terrain. And though the wide range of gears may seem like they'll cause undue stress on the shifting system, the single shifter employees the new X-Actuation to keep shifting precise and dependable across the cassette. Like the Exact-Actuation ratio that SRAM developed for its 10-speed road group, SRAM has deviated from its bread-and-butter, 1:1 pull ratio. Now, XX1 uses SRAM's new cable-pull ratio system to deliver a more uniform and accurate derailleur movement, with less applied force required from the user. What sets SRAM apart is its dedication to the user and their demands. Along these lines, the multi-adjustable trigger shifter lets you dial in your shifter to your exact reach specifications. This system is incredibly helpful for cyclists with smaller or larger hands. The shifter also comes with a MatchMaker X compatible clamp. This creates easier accessibility and a clean aesthetic by placing your XLoc suspension controls securely next to your shifter. Our favorite result from the use of a single shifter, is that your bars now have more options for where you can mount your remote seatpost control. XX1 has made t...

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Elite AiR/TT 9.4S Complete Bike - 2014 White, M

Chris Boardman earned the nickname "Mr Prologue" in response to his prowess at the first stage of the Tour, which is a race against the clock. He has broken records at every distance, from the 4km Individual Pursuit to the hour record, over which he covered a distance in excess of 56 kilometers. He has proven his prowess with with the AiR frame, a bike so fast it helped propel Pete Jacobs to a victory in Kona. Boardman was able to experiment with many different combinations of fiber types, fiber directions, resins, and tube shapes to ultimately come up with a TT frame design. He did this with the help of the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and wind tunnel tests. Every tube on the AiR TT was meticulously examined and tested to be efficient, lightweight, and aerodynamic. Boardman carefully designed the AiR TT's tubes with shapes that not only efficiently handle head-on winds, but also those less-than-ideal crosswinds encountered in racing situations. These wind-tunnel-tested tubes wear a fairly slender width profile throughout, which creates the optimal balance between vertical compliance and aerodynamics. The top tube remains fairly round, while the down tube, seat tube, and integrated (and reversible) seatpost have been shaped to maximize airflow and reduce wind resistance.The material selected for the AiR TT's frame is an ultralight, high-modulus, unidirectional carbon fiber that's been constructed in a full monocoque design. Similarly, the fork was built out of the same predictable, race-tested, and ultralight carbon fiber. The AiR's mold also incorporates a one-piece PF30 bottom bracket and oversized box section chainstays, which, with a steep taper design at the dropouts, maximize power transfer and strength at the rear junction. Along these lines, the full carbon fork was built with a 1-1/2 to 1-1/8in tapered steerer tube for increased stiffness and steering precision.The AiR Elite TT's fork was also designed to be exceptionally stable, com...

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Elite AiR/TT 9.2 Complete Bike - 2014 Silver, L

British Cyclist Chris Boardman is known for being a perfectionist at racing against the clock. Beginning with an Individual Pursuit gold medal in the '92 games on the track, he also recorded the fastest ever Tour prologue in '94. Not content, he has broken and re-broken the hour record three times. And although it's safe to say it's Boardman's engine that propelled him to victory, he'll be the first to tell you that bicycle aerodynamics play no small role. His Elite 9. 2 Air TT is designed to cheat wind to make the task at hand a little easier on your legs. Using the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and wind tunnel tests, Boardman was able to experiment with many different combinations of fiber types, fiber directions, resins, and tube shapes to ultimately come up with a TT frame design. Similar to the AiR 9. 8, every tube on the AiR TT was meticulously examined and tested to be as efficient, lightweight, and aerodynamic as possible. Boardman carefully designed the AiR TT's tubes with shapes that not only efficiently handle head-on winds, but also those less-than-ideal crosswinds encountered in racing situations. These wind-tunnel-tested tubes wear a fairly slender width profile throughout, which creates the optimal balance between vertical compliance and aerodynamics. The top tube remains fairly round, while the down tube, seat tube, and integrated (and reversible) seatpost have been shaped to maximize airflow and reduce wind resistance.The material selected for the AiR TT's frame is an ultralight, high modulus, and unidirectional carbon fiber that's been constructed in a full monocoque. Similarly, the fork was built out of the same predictable, race-tested, and ultralight carbon fiber. The AiR's mold also incorporates a one-piece BB30 bottom bracket and oversized, Boardman-designed, box section chainstays, which, with a steep taper design at the dropouts, maximize power transfer and strength at the rear junction. Along these lines, the full ca...

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Noir T40 0mm Offset Carbon Seatpost Silver, 400/27.2

Tipping the scales under 230 grams, the zero degree-offset, 400mm-long Truvativ Noir T40 Carbon Seatpost is designed for cross-country racing. To achieve the perfect balance of weight and strength, filament-wound tubes and unidirectional carbon are topped off with titanium hardware. Reinforced in all the right places, the Noir T40's unidirectional butting ensures the durability that off-road racing demands. For ease of saddle adjustment, a two bolt head is used to fine tune angle along with fore and aft position. The TruVativ Noir T40 0-Offset Carbon Seatpost has a Carbon with Tungsten Grey finish and comes in three diameters; 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm.

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Elite AiR TT 9.8 - 2014

British Cyclist Chris Boardman is known to this day as being a perfectionist at racing against the clock. Beginning with an Individual Pursuit gold medal in the '92 games on the track, he also recorded the fastest ever Tour prologue in '94. Not content, he has broken and re-broken the track hour record three times. And although it's safe to say it's first and foremost Boardman's engine that propelled him to victory, he'll be the first to tell you that bicycle aerodynamics play no small role. His Elite 9. 8 Air TT is designed to cheat wind making the task at hand a little easier on your legs. Using the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and wind tunnel tests, Boardman was able to experiment with many different combinations of fiber types, fiber directions, resins, and tube shapes to ultimately come up with a TT frame design directly related to airflow. Similar to the AiR 9. 8, every tube on the AiR TT was meticulously examined and tested to be as efficient, lightweight, and aerodynamic as possible. Boardman carefully designed the AiR TT's tubes with shapes that not only efficiently handle head-on winds, but also those less-than-ideal crosswinds encountered in racing situations. These wind-tunnel-tested tubes wear a fairly slender width profile throughout, which creates the optimal balance between vertical compliance and aerodynamics. The top tube remains fairly round, while the down tube, seat tube, and integrated (and reversible) seatpost have been shaped to maximize airflow and reduce wind resistance.The material selected for the AiR TT's frame is an ultralight, high modulus, and unidirectional carbon fiber that's been constructed with a full monocoque design. Similarly, the fork was built out of the same predictable, race-tested, and ultralight carbon fiber. The AiR's mold also incorporates a one-piece PF30 bottom bracket and oversized Boardman designed box section chainstays, which, with a steep taper design at the dropouts, maximizes power tra...

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Noir T40 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost Silver, 400/27.2

Tipping the scales under 230 grams, the 25mm-offset, 400mm-long Truvativ Noir T40 Carbon Seatpost is designed for cross-country racing. To achieve the perfect balance of weight and strength, filament-wound tubes and unidirectional carbon are topped off with titanium hardware. Reinforced in all the right places, the Noir T40's unidirectional butting ensures the durability off-road racing demands. For ease of saddle adjustment, a two bolt head is used to fine tune angle along while fore and aft position. The TruVativ Noir T40 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost has a Carbon with Tungsten Grey finish and comes in three diameters; 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm.

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Elite AiR/TT 9.2 Complete Bike - 2014

British Cyclist Chris Boardman is known for being a perfectionist at racing against the clock. Beginning with an Individual Pursuit gold medal in the '92 games on the track, he also recorded the fastest ever Tour prologue in '94. Not content, he has broken and re-broken the hour record three times. And although it's safe to say it's Boardman's engine that propelled him to victory, he'll be the first to tell you that bicycle aerodynamics play no small role. His Elite 9. 2 Air TT is designed to cheat wind to make the task at hand a little easier on your legs. Using the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and wind tunnel tests, Boardman was able to experiment with many different combinations of fiber types, fiber directions, resins, and tube shapes to ultimately come up with a TT frame design. Similar to the AiR 9. 8, every tube on the AiR TT was meticulously examined and tested to be as efficient, lightweight, and aerodynamic as possible. Boardman carefully designed the AiR TT's tubes with shapes that not only efficiently handle head-on winds, but also those less-than-ideal crosswinds encountered in racing situations. These wind-tunnel-tested tubes wear a fairly slender width profile throughout, which creates the optimal balance between vertical compliance and aerodynamics. The top tube remains fairly round, while the down tube, seat tube, and integrated (and reversible) seatpost have been shaped to maximize airflow and reduce wind resistance.The material selected for the AiR TT's frame is an ultralight, high modulus, and unidirectional carbon fiber that's been constructed in a full monocoque. Similarly, the fork was built out of the same predictable, race-tested, and ultralight carbon fiber. The AiR's mold also incorporates a one-piece BB30 bottom bracket and oversized, Boardman-designed, box section chainstays, which, with a steep taper design at the dropouts, maximize power transfer and strength at the rear junction. Along these lines, the full ca...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Noir T40 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost Silver, 400/31.6

Tipping the scales under 230 grams, the 25mm-offset, 400mm-long Truvativ Noir T40 Carbon Seatpost is designed for cross-country racing. To achieve the perfect balance of weight and strength, filament-wound tubes and unidirectional carbon are topped off with titanium hardware. Reinforced in all the right places, the Noir T40's unidirectional butting ensures the durability off-road racing demands. For ease of saddle adjustment, a two bolt head is used to fine tune angle along while fore and aft position. The TruVativ Noir T40 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost has a Carbon with Tungsten Grey finish and comes in three diameters; 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm.

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Noir T40 0mm Offset Carbon Seatpost Silver, 400/31.6

Tipping the scales under 230 grams, the zero degree-offset, 400mm-long Truvativ Noir T40 Carbon Seatpost is designed for cross-country racing. To achieve the perfect balance of weight and strength, filament-wound tubes and unidirectional carbon are topped off with titanium hardware. Reinforced in all the right places, the Noir T40's unidirectional butting ensures the durability that off-road racing demands. For ease of saddle adjustment, a two bolt head is used to fine tune angle along with fore and aft position. The TruVativ Noir T40 0-Offset Carbon Seatpost has a Carbon with Tungsten Grey finish and comes in three diameters; 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm.

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XX1 Trigger Shifter Silver, One Size

The SRAM XX1 group has brought an undeniable change to the world of mountain bike components. As a one-by-eleven group, it performs well in any mountain application and is versatile enough to run on either a XC or downhill bike. However, individually, the components of the XX1 group stand alone as pieces of utilitarian art with the best-in-show going to the XX1 Trigger Shifter. Durable, lightweight, and more accurate than any of its predecessors, the Trigger shifter delivers a precise, sure-handed experience up and down the cassette. The XX1 trigger shifter employs much of the same technology seen in SRAM's XX shifter. Carbon-fiber is used on the lever and cover for a lightweight and durable construction that'll last longer than your frame. Getting inside the shifter, you can expect a precise and dependable actuation mile-after-mile, through any terrain. And though the wide range of gears may seem like they'll cause undue stress on the shifting system, the single shifter employees the new X-Actuation to keep shifting precise and dependable across the cassette. Like the Exact-Actuation ratio that SRAM developed for its 10-speed road group, SRAM has deviated from its bread-and-butter, 1:1 pull ratio. Now, XX1 uses SRAM's new cable-pull ratio system to deliver a more uniform and accurate derailleur movement, with less applied force required from the user. What sets SRAM apart is its dedication to the user and their demands. Along these lines, the multi-adjustable trigger shifter lets you dial in your shifter to your exact reach specifications. This system is incredibly helpful for cyclists with smaller or larger hands. The shifter also comes with a MatchMaker X compatible clamp. This creates easier accessibility and a clean aesthetic by placing your XLoc suspension controls securely next to your shifter. Our favorite result from the use of a single shifter, is that your bars now have more options for where you can mount your remote seatpost control. XX1 has made t...

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Noir T30 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost Silver, 400/31.6

To balance strength and weight, TruVativ uses a filament-wound carbon shaft that places more carbon where it increases the Noir T30 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost's durability. Two bolts allow fine adjustments, and the alloy head is forged to keep gains aligned for maximum strength. This makes it ideal for cross-country racing and trail riding alike. The TruVativ Noir T30 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost is 400mm long and comes in three diameters: 27. 2, 30. 9, 31. 6mm.

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Titanium Mountain Handlebar

While the Elite Dropper seatpost may be the most anticipated product from Thompson, its quiet entry into the handlebar market, with products like this Titanium Mountain Handlebar, could be just as significant. Natural growth of Thomson's product line led them to another cockpit component, which not only shows commitment to providing performance parts, but is also a proud display of Thomson's mountain biking heritage. Ti handlebars were a preferred setup before full-sus, tuned carbon frames. Right before the transition to flexing, creaking, and cracking, Thomson -- an unheard of aerospace manufacturer -- rocked the singletrack boat with a one-piece, fully CNC'd aluminum stem. At this time, carbon bars were still too new to be trusted, and titanium was the ultimate balance of strength to weight -- with an uncanny ability to take an edge off those rigid rides. Thomson's stem was a fresh concept with applied aerospace design concepts that provided unmatched performance. When one of those machined stems arrived to a shop, it was quickly matched to a Ti bar for someone's dream build. Ti, however, fell in desirability -- just like hardtail and rigid mountain bikes -- as carbon fiber and suspension technology improved, and slowly chipped away market share. Thomson stems, however, thrived during the rise of full suspension and carbon due to their increadable quality, stiffness, and low weight. Fast forward to today and there's a thriving hardtail market, rejuvenated by new wheel sizes that maximize the efficiency and simplicity of the double-diamond design. And lo and behold, titanium handlebars' unique ride quality -- not to mention its excellent strength to weight ratio -- complement this segment just as that early drool-worthy Thomson/Ti combination. Thomson's Titanium Handlebar marks a change in company direction too, as it is among an assortment of products that no longer rely on the aluminum machining expertise. Instead Thomson continues to use its US facilities...

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