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Portable storage for just about any folding Dahon bicycle. A great choice for travel on a bus, train or boat. It's made of 1,800-denier polyester with heavy-duty zippers, seatbelt webbing straps and 5 mm of dense padding. Internal zip pockets hold your pedals or tools. Fits most 16", 20" and 24"...
Nashbar 105 Road Bike. Nashbar's new aluminum road bike series features our most legit road bikes to date--we're talking about the same material, technology, and components as the industry's top brands. The 105 Road Bike sports a no-joke T6-6061 custom-butted aluminum frame with a 1 - 1 headtube and a full carbon fiber fork with tapered steerer, so you'll experience race-level steering response and massive power transfer.
This commuter bike has an entry-level price but is packed with advanced features that will enhance your riding enjoyment. It's small enough to stash on the bus when folded and light enough to carry up stairs. Folds down in about 15 seconds. Flex-Adjust feature lets you quickly adapt your riding...
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
This lightweight, compact bike folds up in seconds to fit in the trunk of your car or on your boat. Take it along even when you don't have a lot of room or don't want to use a bike rack. Complete with the features and performance of a full-size bike: 7-speed Neos gearing for moderate terrain and...
Diamondback Overdrive Sport 29er Mountain Bike. If you're a member of the declining population of riders who still hasn't thrown a leg over a 29er, the Diamondback Overdrive Sport might just be the bike to push you off the fence. There's just no denying the rock-crawling, root-crushing power of a larger 29 wheel. Making the largest of obstacles the smallest of matters is a defining trait of these rigs. Throw decreased rolling resistance, increased traction when cornering, as well as improved ground clearance into the conversation and this 29er is sure to sway even the staunchest skeptic. First off, this lightweight aluminum bike is a climber and an obstacle-conqueror par excellence. At its core is a 6061-T6 aluminum Overdrive series frame boasting newly formed top and down tubes, a machined head tube, and forged drop outs for added durability. The ever-so-sloping top tube provides ample stand-over clearance while geometry-wise the frame is perfectly on target for making quick work of cross country and trail-riding endeavors with a 71 head tube angle and a 73 seat tube angle. The 390mm (15.4 inch) chainstays, too, ensure this 29er is extremely responsive and a flat-out joy to ride. The Overdrive Sport's 29 wheels give you a leg up when it comes to rolling over rocks, roots, and such but you'll surely appreciate the SR Suntour XCT-LO 29 suspension fork up front that ably delivers 100mm of travel for the perfect amount of cushion. Changing gears is a piece of cake on the 24-speed drivetrain with trusty Shimano derailleurs front and rear coupled with Shimano trigger shifters on the bars. The SR Suntour XCR SIX crankset features a tried-and-true 44/32/22t chainring selection and coupled with a wide-range 11-32t cassette on the rear wheel you've got the tools to both ascend like a mountain goat and stoke your inner speed demon on rip roaring descents. And speaking of bombing downhill, the Shimano BR-M395 hydraulic disc brakes and their astounding stopping power will let you rein things in before they get outta control. Weinmann is a renowned purveyor of quality rims and their SL-7 Doublewall aluminum model here on the Overdrive Sport provides peace of mind and trusty, predictable handling over any terrain. While wolverines are not something we recommend tangling with in the wild, we'll make an exception when it comes to WTB Wolverine tires as their slight tread profile belies its fierce bite. This fast-rolling, 2.2 width tire tackles dicey descents, flies across flats and devours steep climbs all day long. With such a bevy of awesomeness exuding from the Diamondback Overdrive Sport we wager it's a lock that this rig will boost the fun factor up to Mach 10.
Nashbar Steel Cyclocross Bike. We all know Chromoly rules...and in the cyclocross world, steel-wielding stallions such as yourself are widely underserved. If you like the idea of heart-pounding cyclocross action combined with the pure joy of chromoly, then the Nashbar Steel Cyclocross bike is a sled with some cred. A chromoly frame and fork setup is about as strong as it gets, plus it's still light and provides just the right amount of flex when you're pounding the trail. 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 abuse this frameset can withstand is astounding. You'll thank your lucky stars that all the cables are run along the top tube as they're far as possible from the slime and grime kicked up onto the bike in muddy terrain and they're all externally routed for the ultimate ease of maintenance. And when you grab the down tube to shoulder your bike there's no cables to get in the way to boot. 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 we highly recommend adding a couple of cages and heading out for lengthy adventures in the woods. Come race day, just take those cages off 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. Shimano 105 5700 10-speed components are the ultimate workhorse -- replete with trickle down technology from its esteemed brethren Dura-Ace and Ultegra all the while performing worry-free year in and year out -- and they're spec'd where they count the most as the shifter/brake levers, front and rear derailleurs, plus the 11-28 cassette. An FSA Gossamer crankset is truly built to last and with its 46/36T chainrings you've got the gear ratios to handle any and all scenarios -- be it 'cross racing, hitting the trails, dirt/fire/gravel road exploration, or even rolling along on asphalt. Brake-wise we kept things simple and traditional with a set of Tektro cantilevers front and rear. Rounding out this wondrous build are a set of durable, light Alex wheels shod with Kenda 'cross tires that are just itching to get down and dirty. So get into some 'cross the right way...on a fully legit bike.
Diamondback Overdrive Expert 29 Mountain Bike. The 2014 Diamondback Overdrive Expert 29er is extremely snappy which gives you the ability to easily get the front wheel off the ground; something that not all 29ers can be so proud of. An SR Suntour XCR V3 29er fork gives you 100mm of travel with beefy aluminum stanchions for the perfect amount of cushion and support. A Shimano Acera rear derailleurs and SL-M310 shifters make shifting easy while the SR Suntour XCT crank set with a square taper bottom bracket will give you all of the power you need to make it up and down hills. Hayes MX5 mechanical disc brakes provide solid control and stopping power. Weinmann double wall rims with WTB Wolverine Comp 29x2.2 tires are agile in and out of tight singletrack corners. Diamondback signature alloy handlebars, stem, seat post and race saddle add exceptional strength and overall ride support.
Diamondback Calico Sport Women's Hybrid Bike. It's the best of road and mountain bikes rolled into one: the Diamondback Calico Sport Bike combines mountain bike-like geometry with the efficiency of larger 700c wheels for versatility on or off the road. A 6061-T6 Butted Aluminum Dual Sport frame gives a durable, yet responsive ride, and its disc brake mount is located on the chainstay, giving you room to bolt-on a fender or rack for commuting. The SR SUNTOUR NVX fork with a Mechanical Lock out and 75mm of travel adds stability and dampens vibrations to keep you comfortable over changing terrain. Plus, a 24-speed Shimano drivetrain with SR Suntour XCT triple cranks offer a wide range of gears for the hills and the flats. Tektro Novela mechanical disc brakes with 6' rotors deliver all-condition stopping power.
Nashbar Bull Single-Speed Road Bike. Grab that bull by the horns and get ready for the ride of your life. The Nashbar Bull Single-Speed road bike is all about charging through town to get you to work, school, or even just down the road for a cup of coffee. The single speed drive train is simplicity itself, perfect for city riding, and is virtually maintenance free. The multi-position bull-horn bars make it easy to change up your hand position so you can go aggressive and low or upright and slow.
Nashbar Women's Trekking Bike. A women's bike needs to be more than just shrink it and pink it, and trekking feels better when you're on a lightweight aluminum frame with women's specific geometry, an excellent suspension fork, Shimano drivetrain components, and 24 speeds of climbing, top-end, and long distance options. The Nashbar Trekking Bike brings together all the best of the cycling world. You get nice, big 700c wheels for efficiency, control, and obstacle clearing, but you also get slick tires that are skinnier than mountain bike tires so you can still assault roads and streets without losing all your energy in the tires. Plus the Suntour suspension fork means you're ready for a little off-road, curb hopping, and gravel/dirt path riding when it suits you. The Shimano Altus/Acera drivetrain gives you quick, efficient, and low-maintenance shifting...so you're never left skipping gears on a steep climb; and alloy riser bars and stem keep you more upright in the saddle so it's always comfortable on your joints and back.
Pika Packworks builds the EEP (Exercise Equipment Pack) Stretch Bicycle Travel Bag in Salt Lake City, Utah. It's designed first and foremost to protect your two-wheeled investment, and it certainly does that. Yet the packable foam and nylon structure is easy to transport and stow when you reach your travel destination. It's made for bigger bikes, though you can put small bikes in it. For small to average sized road and mountain bikes, the EEP Standard Bicycle Travel Bag would probably suffice. If you ride a 60cm or bigger road bike or large/X-Large mountain bike, this is the one you want. Be aware that this bag will normally accept bikes with wheelbases up to 45 inches, though packing bikes of this size will necessitate removal of the front brake caliper and rear derailleur and will require that the fork be turned around backwards. The EEP is made from Black 1000 denier cordura nylon, with foam padded walls. It makes smart use of pockets to store the items that you remove from the bike for the storage setup; each wheel has its own padded pocket on either side of the bike, and smaller pockets will hold your seat/seatpost, skewers, etc. Your bike frame is supported by the bottom bracket on a custom crafted foam block arrangement on the bike cradle that nestles down into the bag. The interior is lined with contrasting yellow nylon. The bright color makes it easy to see down into its depths when you find yourself missing a skewer spring or seatpost binder bolt. Pika Packworks includes custom toptube/handlebar pads with built-in straps to secure your disassembled steering controls and a padded rear derailleur bag with a strap to secure it to the rear triangle should it need to be removed. In keeping with the bombproof materials, the EEP has tough web straps sewn around its periphery in three dimensions, with buckles to make the closure redundant. After all, you wouldn't want your bike to have to rely on one zipper to protect it from harm would you? They also include ...
Eurobike Award Winner. Bags for recumbent bikes with lid closure and QL2-system. PVC-coated polyester and Cordura. Features a carrying handle, removable carrying strap, bottle holster,and amp; reflectors. Recumbent bikers are especially enthusiastic about their aerodynamic shape. The innovative ORTLIEB design shows its strengths especially on extended tours. The large lid allows fast access to the bag and rsquo;s contents, and the large reflectors ensure safety at night, in rain and fog. The QL2 mounting system allowssimple mounting and detachment with a click. The removable shoulder strap and padded handle guarantee comfortable transport options when taken off the rack. Features Volume Weight System(?) IP(?) Tear-R.(?) Abrasion-R.(?) 54L 109oz (3.1kg) QL2 d5/w3 2250 19000 Height: 11.8 in (30 cm) Width: 24.8 in (63 cm) Depth: 7.5 in (19 cm) Weight: 109 oz (3.1 kg) Volume: 3295 in3 (54 L) Features QL2 mounting System 3D-welding Reflectors Made of PVC coated polyester and Cordura. Can be used individually Mesh pocket (not waterproof) and elastic cord for fixation on the lid Removable bottle holster Fixation for map case 2 Shoulders Straps included Related Articles Which Ortlieb Panniers fit on Which Bicycle Rack? Difference between the Ortlieb QL1, QL2, and QL3 systems Awards Winner of the Eurobike Award in 2008 Additional Info Recumbent Bag Specifications Recumbent Bags Instructions Compare Ortlieb Pannier Specs Compare Ortlieb Materials Ortlieb IP-Symbol Pannier Instructions QL2 Accessories Ortlieb Recumbent Backpack
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Made from recycled bike tubes, this Green Guru Dash Handlebar bag stashes necessities for your ride. A transparent pocket keeps your phone, GPS or map within view for on-the-go navigation.
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The Delta Expandable Mega Wedge bike seat bag accommodates all your riding tools and tubes--expandable design lets you choose how much you bring.
Don't let the romance of riding your bike over famous cobbles or classic cols be tainted with the terrifying thought of gorilla-trained baggage handlers or the burden of schlepping around a hardshell type bike case. Pika Packworks makes the EEP Standard Bicycle Travel Bag to safeguard your bike in transit, but easily store out of the way once you've reached your destination. It's made for road bikes up to 58cm and small to average size mountain bikes. It will accept up to a 44 inch wheelbase, though bikes at or near this limit will necessitate removal of the front brake caliper and rear derailleur and will require the fork to be turned around backwards. The EEP is made in Salt Lake City, Utah from Black 1000 denier cordura with foam padded walls. It makes smart use of pockets to store the items that you remove from the bike for the storage setup; each wheel has its own padded pocket on either side of the bike, and smaller pockets will hold your seat/seatpost, skewers, etc. Your bike frame is supported by the bottom bracket on a custom crafted foam block arrangement on the bike cradle that nestles down into the bag. The interior is lined with contrasting yellow nylon. The bright color makes it easy to see down into its depths when you find yourself missing a skewer spring or seatpost binder bolt. Pika Packworks includes custom toptube/handlebar pads with built-in straps to secure your disassembled steering controls and a padded rear derailleur bag with a strap to secure it to the rear triangle should it need to be removed. In keeping with the bombproof materials, the EEP has tough web straps sewn around its periphery in three dimensions, with buckles to make the closure redundant. After all, you wouldn't want your bike to have to rely on one zipper to protect it from harm would you? They also include a padded shoulder strap with a generous thickness and width. It makes carrying the EEP no big deal. The Pika Packworks EEP Standard Bicycle Travel Bag measures 87" at...
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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. The Xplorer XF26 sport hybrid electric 26 in. bike by Yukon Trail is super lightweight, powerful and rugged. With an electric motor, the 250-Watt in-hub motor with a rechargeable 36-Volt 10 AH Li-ion battery (
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The Nite Ize SaddleLite LED bike seat bag offers enough room for levers, patch kits and a tube and includes a bright, weather-resistant LED to enhance visibility when you're riding in the dark.
Well designed and padded bike bag for protection during transportation. Made from strong and durable nylon fabric this resists wear and protects the bike from the rigours of transport. The high density foam liner helps protect the bike while in transit and internal compartments keep wheels separate from the frame to reduce scratches or chance of damage. Wide shoulder straps and handles for easy carrying in comfort large zipped opening enables easy access. Frames up to and including 61cm are easily accommodated and padded base provides vital protection.
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