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Safe-T-Seat w/ New Padded Front-Mounted Child Bicycle Seat Green

The iBert safe-T-seat provides families with exactly what they are looking for in a childrens bike seat; comfort, safety, an attractive and innovative design, and a good position where the child can fully explore the scenery. Nestled safely between the adult's arms and behind the protection of the bicycle handlebars, the child can look around and be involved with the ride with mom or dad by turning the padded steering wheel. Center mounted provides a better center of gravity and increased mobility for the adult rider Better view and more enjoyable ride for the child The child safely positioned behind the handlebars allows for better communication Unlike trailers - no dirt, rocks or water thrown in the child's fact Easier, safer loading and unloading of the child Better Than Trailers Interaction Child has a better view Able to ride on single track or narrow bike lanes No dirt, dust, rocks or water thrown in child's face Better center of gravity Smaller and easier to attach Less expensive It's Better Than Rear-mounted Seats Interaction with your child Child has a better view Easier/safer loading and unloading of your child Better center of gravity Similar construction to rear-mounted seats Easy to install One adult can take multiple children for bike rides It's Better Than Other Front-mounted Seats More safety features Easier assembly Doesn't sit so low that your knees hit while pedaling Less expensive Made in the USA The iBert safe-T-seat Installs in Minutes The patented T-bar system attaches to your bike in just two minutes. The seat can then be attached to the T-bar in 15 seconds. And taking off the seat is just as quick. Buy a second T-bar assembly for your spouse's bike and you can switch the seat between the two bikes in a matter of seconds. Watch our instructional video to see just how easy installation of the iBert safe-T-seat is. Will the iBert safe-T-seat Fit Your Child and Bike? The iBert safe-T-seat is the most adaptable child carrier on the market today. It fits more bikes than any other front-mounted seat. A minimum of 3/4 inch is needed on the handle bar stem to accommodate the T-bar assembly. Fits most children 1-4 years old and weighing up to 38 pounds Fits most bikes, only needing 3/4" on the steering tube The safe-T-seat will fit on some road bikes. There needs to be a minimum of 13 inches between the drops for the seat to fit between.

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741 Carbon Fiber 27.5in Wheelset - DT Swiss 350 Rear Hub

For their combination of performance-enhancing width at a very low weight, it would be easy to field an argument that the Ibis 741 carbon rims are the the best 27. 5" all-mountain rims extant. Then we have DT Swiss, whose rear hubs have proven for decades that their combination of precision engineering, simplicity, and low weight can stand up to virtually any type of riding. Add to that its 54-tooth ratchet, with 6-degree engagement, and you get the Ibis 741 Wheelset with DT Swiss 350 Rear Hub. So, aside from the Swiss internals, what sets these hoops apart? Width. Wheel manufacturers have slowly started to figure out that, on both dirt and pavement, going wider pays dividends. Wider internal rim widths (note: not simply a wider rim body) means the tire beads can sit farther apart, which means greater tire volume, which means that lower tire pressures can be run for greater traction and handling, because the tire is more free to deform and deflect around obstacles without drastically altering the path of the wheel's momentum. Ibis says you can run 4-6 less PSI of pressure, on average, with the 741s. Wider rims also translate into a wider tire footprint, again boosting traction, and increasing stability at the same time. A wider footprint also means that your tire fattens up relative to its labeled size; for example, a 2. 2-inch tire can widen to the volume of a 2. 3- or 2. 4-inch tire, depending on the rims themselves, so you can run lighter tires without giving up capability or gnar-ability. Now, take a look at the emerging world of 27. 5-inch all-mountain-ready bicycle wheels, and you'll find internal rim widths from 21-26mm. Ibis takes that average and gives it an "F." Witness the 741: thirty five millimeters. That is gigantic. That is tremendous traction and capability. That is stability for days. But they must weigh a mega-ton, right? False. The 741 wheelset's carbon rims keep weight down to total of 1734g for these monsters, and coming from the company th...

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741 Carbon Fiber 27.5in Wheelset - DT Swiss 350 Rear Hub One Color, 15QR, 12x142mm, XD Body

For their combination of performance-enhancing width at a very low weight, it would be easy to field an argument that the Ibis 741 carbon rims are the the best 27. 5" all-mountain rims extant. Then we have DT Swiss, whose rear hubs have proven for decades that their combination of precision engineering, simplicity, and low weight can stand up to virtually any type of riding. Add to that its 54-tooth ratchet, with 6-degree engagement, and you get the Ibis 741 Wheelset with DT Swiss 350 Rear Hub. So, aside from the Swiss internals, what sets these hoops apart? Width. Wheel manufacturers have slowly started to figure out that, on both dirt and pavement, going wider pays dividends. Wider internal rim widths (note: not simply a wider rim body) means the tire beads can sit farther apart, which means greater tire volume, which means that lower tire pressures can be run for greater traction and handling, because the tire is more free to deform and deflect around obstacles without drastically altering the path of the wheel's momentum. Ibis says you can run 4-6 less PSI of pressure, on average, with the 741s. Wider rims also translate into a wider tire footprint, again boosting traction, and increasing stability at the same time. A wider footprint also means that your tire fattens up relative to its labeled size; for example, a 2. 2-inch tire can widen to the volume of a 2. 3- or 2. 4-inch tire, depending on the rims themselves, so you can run lighter tires without giving up capability or gnar-ability. Now, take a look at the emerging world of 27. 5-inch all-mountain-ready bicycle wheels, and you'll find internal rim widths from 21-26mm. Ibis takes that average and gives it an "F." Witness the 741: thirty five millimeters. That is gigantic. That is tremendous traction and capability. That is stability for days. But they must weigh a mega-ton, right? False. The 741 wheelset's carbon rims keep weight down to total of 1734g for these monsters, and coming from the company th...

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741 Carbon Fiber 27.5in Wheelset - DT Swiss 350 Rear Hub One Color, 15QR, 12x142mm

For their combination of performance-enhancing width at a very low weight, it would be easy to field an argument that the Ibis 741 carbon rims are the the best 27. 5" all-mountain rims extant. Then we have DT Swiss, whose rear hubs have proven for decades that their combination of precision engineering, simplicity, and low weight can stand up to virtually any type of riding. Add to that its 54-tooth ratchet, with 6-degree engagement, and you get the Ibis 741 Wheelset with DT Swiss 350 Rear Hub. So, aside from the Swiss internals, what sets these hoops apart? Width. Wheel manufacturers have slowly started to figure out that, on both dirt and pavement, going wider pays dividends. Wider internal rim widths (note: not simply a wider rim body) means the tire beads can sit farther apart, which means greater tire volume, which means that lower tire pressures can be run for greater traction and handling, because the tire is more free to deform and deflect around obstacles without drastically altering the path of the wheel's momentum. Ibis says you can run 4-6 less PSI of pressure, on average, with the 741s. Wider rims also translate into a wider tire footprint, again boosting traction, and increasing stability at the same time. A wider footprint also means that your tire fattens up relative to its labeled size; for example, a 2. 2-inch tire can widen to the volume of a 2. 3- or 2. 4-inch tire, depending on the rims themselves, so you can run lighter tires without giving up capability or gnar-ability. Now, take a look at the emerging world of 27. 5-inch all-mountain-ready bicycle wheels, and you'll find internal rim widths from 21-26mm. Ibis takes that average and gives it an "F." Witness the 741: thirty five millimeters. That is gigantic. That is tremendous traction and capability. That is stability for days. But they must weigh a mega-ton, right? False. The 741 wheelset's carbon rims keep weight down to total of 1734g for these monsters, and coming from the company th...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Dirt Flyer Hip-Hop Blue, 22 *DO NOT USE*

Retired BMX pro Todd 'The Wildman' Lyons is the head honcho at SE bikes, and it's hard to say if he was more recognizable in the 90's for his unpredictable mid-race backflips or impeccable dreadlocks. Alongside an impressive BMX racing career, The Wildman dabbled in dual slalom racing, so he had considerable input on the SE Dirt Flyer -- a mountain bike designed by BMX riders. What does this combo look like? Well, you get the gearing of a mountain bike, a suspension fork for versatility, and the BMX-twist of a strong frame and responsive geometry. Go ahead, get wild, and make Todd proud. For the construction of the Dirt Flyer frame, SE employed 6061 aluminum alloy, both for its durability and relatively light overall weight. And since construction is only one part of the puzzle, the geometry on the Dirt Flyer is focused on fun. The 22-inch top tube fits a wide range of riders. This keeps it responsive, whether you're ripping berms or hitting jumps. However, regardless of how you decide to pick-up speed, the Dirt Flyer's 69 degree head tube angle is steep enough to keep the handling precise, while still being slack enough to provide stability when you're hauling the mail. The 12. 25-inch bottom bracket height provides plenty of pump, but is still low enough to feel planted in the turns. And, on top of this, short, 16-inch chainstays make locked-in manuals a breeze. To keep your front wheel in check, the Dirt Flyer's Suntour SF7 DJ fork gets 100mm of travel, which is just enough to take the edge off of trail chatter or cased jumps. Tektro's Auriga Comp brakes handle stopping duties for both wheels, and Truvativ Ruktion cranks are strong enough for almost anything that you're able to throw at them. The drivetrain is a durable Shimano blend of Acera shifters and front derailleur, and an Alivio rear derailleur to get you to the top of your favorite trails. The cockpit is comprised of SE handlebars, stem, and saddle, which are designed to cope with the type of ridin...

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Backcountry.com
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Sprint Fork Mount Carrier One Color, One Size

It's hard to beat the convenience and foolproof simplicity of the Thule Sprint Fork Mount Carrier. It's simple to install and operate, is adjustable to fit different bike sizes and types, and is easy to transfer from one car to another if you're sharing between multiple cars. The Sprint Fork's secure mounting system requires no tools for installation, and utilizes adjustable straps that allow it to fit almost any car rack. The aerodynamic SonicHead fork block is compatible with any bike that utilizes a 9mm front wheel skewer, but with an adapter (sold separately), it can also accommodate bikes with lefty forks or 15mm or 20mm skewers. The fork block has built-in recesses to accommodate disc brakes, and the rear wheel tray fits up to a 2. 6-inch tire width. The back of the Sprint Fork telescopes to fit up to 48-inch wheelbases, and can be moved forward to fit smaller wheelbases or to allow better car hatch clearance. When you've adjusted the wheel tray to the perfect position and set your back wheel in, latch the wheel on with a ratcheting strap that includes a rubber piece for protecting your rim (especially nice for delicate, high-profile carbon rims). Once you've got your rear wheel in the back tray and your fork on the front mount, turn the knob on the front of the fork block to lock your fork in place--it clicks to let you know when you've reached a secure hold. To protect your bike from theft, locking cylinders (sold separately) slide into the mount and lock your bike to the mount and the mount to your car. Once you hit the road, embedded elastomers dampen road shock and vibrations to give your bike and the mount a smoother ride. The Sprint Fork is made of durable, corrosion-resistant materials that stand up to jostling on jagged dirt roads and deluging rain storms, and will last you a lifetime.

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Backcountry.com
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Sprint Fork Mount Carrier One Color, One Size

It's hard to beat the convenience and foolproof simplicity of the Thule Sprint Fork Mount Carrier. It's simple to install and operate, is adjustable to fit different bike sizes and types, and is easy to transfer from one car to another if you're sharing between multiple cars. The Sprint Fork's secure mounting system requires no tools for installation, and utilizes adjustable straps that allow it to fit almost any car rack. The aerodynamic SonicHead fork block is compatible with any bike that utilizes a 9mm front wheel skewer, but with an adapter (sold separately), it can also accommodate bikes with lefty forks or 15mm or 20mm skewers. The fork block has built-in recesses to accommodate disc brakes, and the rear wheel tray fits up to a 2. 6-inch tire width. The back of the Sprint Fork telescopes to fit up to 48-inch wheelbases, and can be moved forward to fit smaller wheelbases or to allow better car hatch clearance. When you've adjusted the wheel tray to the perfect position and set your back wheel in, latch the wheel on with a ratcheting strap that includes a rubber piece for protecting your rim (especially nice for delicate, high-profile carbon rims). Once you've got your rear wheel in the back tray and your fork on the front mount, turn the knob on the front of the fork block to lock your fork in place--it clicks to let you know when you've reached a secure hold. To protect your bike from theft, locking cylinders (sold separately) slide into the mount and lock your bike to the mount and the mount to your car. Once you hit the road, embedded elastomers dampen road shock and vibrations to give your bike and the mount a smoother ride. The Sprint Fork is made of durable, corrosion-resistant materials that stand up to jostling on jagged dirt roads and deluging rain storms, and will last you a lifetime.

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Sprint Fork Mount Carrier

It's hard to beat the convenience and foolproof simplicity of the Thule Sprint Fork Mount Carrier. It's simple to install and operate, is adjustable to fit different bike sizes and types, and is easy to transfer from one car to another if you're sharing between multiple cars. The Sprint Fork's secure mounting system requires no tools for installation, and utilizes adjustable straps that allow it to fit almost any car rack. The aerodynamic SonicHead fork block is compatible with any bike that utilizes a 9mm front wheel skewer, but with an adapter (sold separately), it can also accommodate bikes with lefty forks or 15mm or 20mm skewers. The fork block has built-in recesses to accommodate disc brakes, and the rear wheel tray fits up to a 2. 6-inch tire width. The back of the Sprint Fork telescopes to fit up to 48-inch wheelbases, and can be moved forward to fit smaller wheelbases or to allow better car hatch clearance. When you've adjusted the wheel tray to the perfect position and set your back wheel in, latch the wheel on with a ratcheting strap that includes a rubber piece for protecting your rim (especially nice for delicate, high-profile carbon rims). Once you've got your rear wheel in the back tray and your fork on the front mount, turn the knob on the front of the fork block to lock your fork in place--it clicks to let you know when you've reached a secure hold. To protect your bike from theft, locking cylinders (sold separately) slide into the mount and lock your bike to the mount and the mount to your car. Once you hit the road, embedded elastomers dampen road shock and vibrations to give your bike and the mount a smoother ride. The Sprint Fork is made of durable, corrosion-resistant materials that stand up to jostling on jagged dirt roads and deluging rain storms, and will last you a lifetime.

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Competitive Cyclist
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