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Ergo Carbon Road Handlebar

Nashbar Ergo Carbon Road Handlebar. When it comes to stiffness and light weight in a road handlebar you can't beat carbon fiber. And when it comes to remarkable value for your money you can't beat Bike Nashbar. Combine the two and you've got the Nashbar Ergo Carbon Road Handlebar, your ticket to maximize performance on your road or 'cross bike. Its short reach and shallow drop provide quick hand transitions and ergonomics are further enhanced by the broader, flatter shape to the tops to provide maximum comfort when climbing.

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Slant Sport Bicycle Helmet

Bell Slant Sport Bicycle Helmet. The nation's household name in noggin protection brings you a high-performing Bicycle Helmet at an irresistible price. The Bell Slant Sport bike Bicycle Helmet brings 21 vents of cooling power, an ergo-dial adjuster, and a fusion in-fold micro shell delivering a lightweight, no-joke head protector that looks killer, feels great, and if you wipe out, does the job like no other.

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Ergo 3 Vent LTD Euro Edition Men's Shoes Vernice Black, 39.0 - Men's

For the Ergo 3 Vent LTD Euro Edition Shoes, Sidi took the legendary Ergo 2s, shaved some weight off them, and added four-season adaptability by incorporating an ingenious on/off venting system. In summary, the functionality and comfort of these shoes make them wildly popular. So it's true that we're not the only place you can buy them from, but we're offering them in a Euro Edition color scheme you can only get from us. Sidi re-engineered the sole of the Sidi Ergo 3 Vent Carbon Shoes to allow for an open/closed venting system. The sole shares the same construction method that it developed with its Carbon Lite sole, yet it's taken out 38 grams in the process. Even with the weight savings, you'll get the same kind of stiffness and razor-sharp power transfer you've grown to expect from Sidi. Like Garneau's Ergo Air system, the vent inlet is at the toe. However, Sidi's system can be opened or closed depending on the temperature and your preferences. This, you can do on the bike if necessary. The airflow moves underneath and through the insole to cool your feet in sweltering summer temps. While the sole is important, the closure system can make or break a shoe for us. The Ergo 3 has the same three component arrangement as previous Ergo shoes -- Ratcheting Caliper Buckle, Techno II Buckle, and hook-and-loop strap. The Ratcheting Caliper Buckle is mated to Sidi's Soft Instep Closure System strap that more evenly spreads the upward stroke pedaling forces across the top of your foot. The buckle on the outside of the foot provides a maximum of two clicks per uptake along with single-click releases, meaning that you can precisely tension the pressure of the strap, even during a race. The Techno II Buckle allows you to micro-adjust strap pressure, so the fit of your upper won't be too loose or too tight. No other system so precisely and so gently provides a custom fit. The hook-and-loop strap on the toe is reinforced with integrated locking teeth to absolutely, positively ...

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Ergo 3 Vent LTD Euro Edition Men's Shoes - Men's

For the Ergo 3 Vent LTD Euro Edition Shoes, Sidi took the legendary Ergo 2s, shaved some weight off them, and added four-season adaptability by incorporating an ingenious on/off venting system. In summary, the functionality and comfort of these shoes make them wildly popular. So it's true that we're not the only place you can buy them from, but we're offering them in a Euro Edition color scheme you can only get from us. Sidi re-engineered the sole of the Sidi Ergo 3 Vent Carbon Shoes to allow for an open/closed venting system. The sole shares the same construction method that it developed with its Carbon Lite sole, yet it's taken out 38 grams in the process. Even with the weight savings, you'll get the same kind of stiffness and razor-sharp power transfer you've grown to expect from Sidi. Like Garneau's Ergo Air system, the vent inlet is at the toe. However, Sidi's system can be opened or closed depending on the temperature and your preferences. This, you can do on the bike if necessary. The airflow moves underneath and through the insole to cool your feet in sweltering summer temps. While the sole is important, the closure system can make or break a shoe for us. The Ergo 3 has the same three component arrangement as previous Ergo shoes -- Ratcheting Caliper Buckle, Techno II Buckle, and hook-and-loop strap. The Ratcheting Caliper Buckle is mated to Sidi's Soft Instep Closure System strap that more evenly spreads the upward stroke pedaling forces across the top of your foot. The buckle on the outside of the foot provides a maximum of two clicks per uptake along with single-click releases, meaning that you can precisely tension the pressure of the strap, even during a race. The Techno II Buckle allows you to micro-adjust strap pressure, so the fit of your upper won't be too loose or too tight. No other system so precisely and so gently provides a custom fit. The hook-and-loop strap on the toe is reinforced with integrated locking teeth to absolutely, positively ...

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LS-100 Road Shoe Road Bike Shoes

Louis Garneau LS-100 Road Shoe. If you're getting that winning feeling or just going on some crazy long rides, the LS-100 road shoes are the total package. With an elite-level outsole, patented Ergo Air channeling, Ergo Air II platform and HRS-90 combines excellent rigidity with ideal heel positioning for max output. Patented multi-vent system circulates air means coolness and dryness, and BOA L4 technology offers on-the-fly adjustment and an ultra-light fit.

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Monte Mountain Shoes

Louis Garneau Monte Mountain Shoes. Kick that mountain in the face with the Louis Garneau Monte mountain bike shoes. The high-density Ergo Grip outsole lets your feet get a grip, no matter how gnarly the terrain. Thermoplastic protection at the toes ensures that your toes are protected from whatever the trail throws at them. And finally, a ratchet closure keeps your foot snug and secure so you can mash up the steepest climbs and crush the biggest descents with confidence.

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Service Course SL-70 Ergo Handlebar Beyond Black, Ergo 42cm

Regardless of its renowned homage to carbon, Zipp realizes that aluminum is far from an outdated material. Whether you prefer it for peace of mind in the heat of the sprint or find the slight weight difference an easy way to keep your ultra-light bike above legal weight limits for your Cat 1 debut, the Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebar showcases the best of aluminum's qualities -- strength, low weight, and relatively low cost. The Zipp SL Ergo handlebars are the replacement for the Zipp CSL bars. They were designed with Zipp's SSR (Super Short Reach) dimensions -- a 70mm reach means that it is easier for riders with shorter arms and smaller hands to reach the shifters while in the drops. These dimensions are the same as the SL-70 -- the primary difference is that the tops of the SL Ergo bars have been sculpted flat to provide a substantial platform for your hands during long climbs. The cables tuck nicely underneath. The drop angle of the bars is only 20 degrees. This allows you to position your levers in the 'high-and-Belgian' style or in the flat-top neo-pro style without having to rotate your bars skyward. The drops have a 2 degree outward bend for more wrist comfort, which also minimizes bruised forearms while sprinting. The Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebars are available in 2cm increments from 38cm-44cm measured center to center, and each pair of bars fits a 31. 8mm stem. They come in two colors: Polished Black, a high gloss finish with white logos, or Beyond Black, a matte black with etched logos for a stealthy look.

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Service Course SL-70 Ergo Handlebar High Polished Black, Ergo 38cm

Regardless of its renowned homage to carbon, Zipp realizes that aluminum is far from an outdated material. Whether you prefer it for peace of mind in the heat of the sprint or find the slight weight difference an easy way to keep your ultra-light bike above legal weight limits for your Cat 1 debut, the Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebar showcases the best of aluminum's qualities -- strength, low weight, and relatively low cost. The Zipp SL Ergo handlebars are the replacement for the Zipp CSL bars. They were designed with Zipp's SSR (Super Short Reach) dimensions -- a 70mm reach means that it is easier for riders with shorter arms and smaller hands to reach the shifters while in the drops. These dimensions are the same as the SL-70 -- the primary difference is that the tops of the SL Ergo bars have been sculpted flat to provide a substantial platform for your hands during long climbs. The cables tuck nicely underneath. The drop angle of the bars is only 20 degrees. This allows you to position your levers in the 'high-and-Belgian' style or in the flat-top neo-pro style without having to rotate your bars skyward. The drops have a 2 degree outward bend for more wrist comfort, which also minimizes bruised forearms while sprinting. The Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebars are available in 2cm increments from 38cm-44cm measured center to center, and each pair of bars fits a 31. 8mm stem. They come in two colors: Polished Black, a high gloss finish with white logos, or Beyond Black, a matte black with etched logos for a stealthy look.

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Women's Adonia 300 Bicycle Seat

The Bell Women's Adonia 300 Bicycle Seat features dual-density foam and an ergo channel.

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Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar Black, 42cm

The FSA Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar is a rock-solid but lightweight choice for the road rider or cyclocross rider looking to upgrade to a more ergonomic bar. Its sharp style and comfortable shape will agree with almost any bike, and any athlete. The New Ergo Energy handlebar is made from double-butted, tapered, shot-peened, and anodized aluminum. The center clamping section is purposely wide, at 120mm, so that you'll be able to clamp on accessories, like aero bars. FSA championed the concept of the wing-style handlebar years ago, and it finds its way here. They provided riders with the first-ever alternative to the traditional round shape of bar tops. The flattened cross section nicely molded to the shape of loose fists -- exactly what many of us have when we climb with our hands on the tops. With a 150mm drop and 80mm reach with round drops, the New Ergo shape is a bit deeper than the Compact Energy Handlebar shape, allowing you to get lower and more aggressive, which is something racers will especially appreciate. The FSA Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar comes in a 31. 8mm clamp only and is available in 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm widths, measured center-to-center. It's available only in the color Black.

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Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar Black, 44cm

The FSA Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar is a rock-solid but lightweight choice for the road rider or cyclocross rider looking to upgrade to a more ergonomic bar. Its sharp style and comfortable shape will agree with almost any bike, and any athlete. The New Ergo Energy handlebar is made from double-butted, tapered, shot-peened, and anodized aluminum. The center clamping section is purposely wide, at 120mm, so that you'll be able to clamp on accessories, like aero bars. FSA championed the concept of the wing-style handlebar years ago, and it finds its way here. They provided riders with the first-ever alternative to the traditional round shape of bar tops. The flattened cross section nicely molded to the shape of loose fists -- exactly what many of us have when we climb with our hands on the tops. With a 150mm drop and 80mm reach with round drops, the New Ergo shape is a bit deeper than the Compact Energy Handlebar shape, allowing you to get lower and more aggressive, which is something racers will especially appreciate. The FSA Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar comes in a 31. 8mm clamp only and is available in 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm widths, measured center-to-center. It's available only in the color Black.

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Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar

The FSA Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar is a rock-solid but lightweight choice for the road rider or cyclocross rider looking to upgrade to a more ergonomic bar. Its sharp style and comfortable shape will agree with almost any bike, and any athlete. The New Ergo Energy handlebar is made from double-butted, tapered, shot-peened, and anodized aluminum. The center clamping section is purposely wide, at 120mm, so that you'll be able to clamp on accessories, like aero bars. FSA championed the concept of the wing-style handlebar years ago, and it finds its way here. They provided riders with the first-ever alternative to the traditional round shape of bar tops. The flattened cross section nicely molded to the shape of loose fists -- exactly what many of us have when we climb with our hands on the tops. With a 150mm drop and 80mm reach with round drops, the New Ergo shape is a bit deeper than the Compact Energy Handlebar shape, allowing you to get lower and more aggressive, which is something racers will especially appreciate. The FSA Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar comes in a 31. 8mm clamp only and is available in 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm widths, measured center-to-center. It's available only in the color Black.

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Service Course SL-70 Ergo Handlebar Beyond Black, Ergo 38cm

Regardless of its renowned homage to carbon, Zipp realizes that aluminum is far from an outdated material. Whether you prefer it for peace of mind in the heat of the sprint or find the slight weight difference an easy way to keep your ultra-light bike above legal weight limits for your Cat 1 debut, the Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebar showcases the best of aluminum's qualities -- strength, low weight, and relatively low cost. The Zipp SL Ergo handlebars are the replacement for the Zipp CSL bars. They were designed with Zipp's SSR (Super Short Reach) dimensions -- a 70mm reach means that it is easier for riders with shorter arms and smaller hands to reach the shifters while in the drops. These dimensions are the same as the SL-70 -- the primary difference is that the tops of the SL Ergo bars have been sculpted flat to provide a substantial platform for your hands during long climbs. The cables tuck nicely underneath. The drop angle of the bars is only 20 degrees. This allows you to position your levers in the 'high-and-Belgian' style or in the flat-top neo-pro style without having to rotate your bars skyward. The drops have a 2 degree outward bend for more wrist comfort, which also minimizes bruised forearms while sprinting. The Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebars are available in 2cm increments from 38cm-44cm measured center to center, and each pair of bars fits a 31. 8mm stem. They come in two colors: Polished Black, a high gloss finish with white logos, or Beyond Black, a matte black with etched logos for a stealthy look.

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Service Course SL-70 Ergo Handlebar

Regardless of its renowned homage to carbon, Zipp realizes that aluminum is far from an outdated material. Whether you prefer it for peace of mind in the heat of the sprint or find the slight weight difference an easy way to keep your ultra-light bike above legal weight limits for your Cat 1 debut, the Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebar showcases the best of aluminum's qualities -- strength, low weight, and relatively low cost. The Zipp SL Ergo handlebars are the replacement for the Zipp CSL bars. They were designed with Zipp's SSR (Super Short Reach) dimensions -- a 70mm reach means that it is easier for riders with shorter arms and smaller hands to reach the shifters while in the drops. These dimensions are the same as the SL-70 -- the primary difference is that the tops of the SL Ergo bars have been sculpted flat to provide a substantial platform for your hands during long climbs. The cables tuck nicely underneath. The drop angle of the bars is only 20 degrees. This allows you to position your levers in the 'high-and-Belgian' style or in the flat-top neo-pro style without having to rotate your bars skyward. The drops have a 2 degree outward bend for more wrist comfort, which also minimizes bruised forearms while sprinting. The Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebars are available in 2cm increments from 38cm-44cm measured center to center, and each pair of bars fits a 31. 8mm stem. They come in two colors: Polished Black, a high gloss finish with white logos, or Beyond Black, a matte black with etched logos for a stealthy look.

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Service Course SL-70 Ergo Handlebar Beyond Black, Ergo 40cm

Regardless of its renowned homage to carbon, Zipp realizes that aluminum is far from an outdated material. Whether you prefer it for peace of mind in the heat of the sprint or find the slight weight difference an easy way to keep your ultra-light bike above legal weight limits for your Cat 1 debut, the Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebar showcases the best of aluminum's qualities -- strength, low weight, and relatively low cost. The Zipp SL Ergo handlebars are the replacement for the Zipp CSL bars. They were designed with Zipp's SSR (Super Short Reach) dimensions -- a 70mm reach means that it is easier for riders with shorter arms and smaller hands to reach the shifters while in the drops. These dimensions are the same as the SL-70 -- the primary difference is that the tops of the SL Ergo bars have been sculpted flat to provide a substantial platform for your hands during long climbs. The cables tuck nicely underneath. The drop angle of the bars is only 20 degrees. This allows you to position your levers in the 'high-and-Belgian' style or in the flat-top neo-pro style without having to rotate your bars skyward. The drops have a 2 degree outward bend for more wrist comfort, which also minimizes bruised forearms while sprinting. The Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebars are available in 2cm increments from 38cm-44cm measured center to center, and each pair of bars fits a 31. 8mm stem. They come in two colors: Polished Black, a high gloss finish with white logos, or Beyond Black, a matte black with etched logos for a stealthy look.

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Bicycle Parts & Accessories 112 mm Ergonomic Bike Grip 410235

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. The M-Wave Ergo Grip makes a more comfortable ride with its ergonomic shape to stabilize the wrist. Helps relieve pressure on the hands and wrists while riding making it more comfortable. Ventura grips are

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Service Course SL-70 Ergo Handlebar High Polished Black, Ergo 44cm

Regardless of its renowned homage to carbon, Zipp realizes that aluminum is far from an outdated material. Whether you prefer it for peace of mind in the heat of the sprint or find the slight weight difference an easy way to keep your ultra-light bike above legal weight limits for your Cat 1 debut, the Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebar showcases the best of aluminum's qualities -- strength, low weight, and relatively low cost. The Zipp SL Ergo handlebars are the replacement for the Zipp CSL bars. They were designed with Zipp's SSR (Super Short Reach) dimensions -- a 70mm reach means that it is easier for riders with shorter arms and smaller hands to reach the shifters while in the drops. These dimensions are the same as the SL-70 -- the primary difference is that the tops of the SL Ergo bars have been sculpted flat to provide a substantial platform for your hands during long climbs. The cables tuck nicely underneath. The drop angle of the bars is only 20 degrees. This allows you to position your levers in the 'high-and-Belgian' style or in the flat-top neo-pro style without having to rotate your bars skyward. The drops have a 2 degree outward bend for more wrist comfort, which also minimizes bruised forearms while sprinting. The Zipp Service Course SL Ergo Handlebars are available in 2cm increments from 38cm-44cm measured center to center, and each pair of bars fits a 31. 8mm stem. They come in two colors: Polished Black, a high gloss finish with white logos, or Beyond Black, a matte black with etched logos for a stealthy look.

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Bicycle Parts & Accessories ErgoGel Bicycle Grips 410339

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. The Tour de France Ergo Gel Grips are designed to prevent wrist pronation and improve your comfort while riding. The dual compound grip has a harder inner material for better adhesion to the handlebar. While the

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Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar Black, 40cm

The FSA Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar is a rock-solid but lightweight choice for the road rider or cyclocross rider looking to upgrade to a more ergonomic bar. Its sharp style and comfortable shape will agree with almost any bike, and any athlete. The New Ergo Energy handlebar is made from double-butted, tapered, shot-peened, and anodized aluminum. The center clamping section is purposely wide, at 120mm, so that you'll be able to clamp on accessories, like aero bars. FSA championed the concept of the wing-style handlebar years ago, and it finds its way here. They provided riders with the first-ever alternative to the traditional round shape of bar tops. The flattened cross section nicely molded to the shape of loose fists -- exactly what many of us have when we climb with our hands on the tops. With a 150mm drop and 80mm reach with round drops, the New Ergo shape is a bit deeper than the Compact Energy Handlebar shape, allowing you to get lower and more aggressive, which is something racers will especially appreciate. The FSA Energy Road New Ergo Handlebar comes in a 31. 8mm clamp only and is available in 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm widths, measured center-to-center. It's available only in the color Black.

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Wind Protect Gloves

Louis Garneau Wind Protect Gloves. These Louis Garneau wind protect gloves were specially designed for us at Nashbar and are the ultimate cold weather cycling Cycling Glove. With a microfleece lining inside a lightweight, breathable Wind Tex shell, these gloves are not only cozy on the inside, but waterproof and windproof on the outside. And your hands can breathe partly because of the Wind Tex fabric properties, and partly because of the Ergo Air ventilation system, which is a small, nylon mesh window in the palm of your hand, shielded from the wind, letting moisture escape without letting cold air in. The extended Lycra cuffs provide a snug, warm barrier against the cold and won't allow any cold air in at the wrist. The Louis Garneau wind protect gloves also feature flexible knuckles and fingers for maximum control of your bicycle. The areas use laminated Stopzone Lycra fabric, a nylon and spandex blend, covered with a honeycombed micro-pore coating, allowing flexibility, breathability, water and wind resistance, and durability that can handle the occasional crash or trip through the washing machine. The fleece microfiber thumb patch absorbs sweat and whatever else pours off your face, and you'll never lose your grip thanks to the lightly padded black amara palm, which is durable and sticky, even when wet. The gloves also feature reflective elements that will be seen in low-light situations to help keep you safe at night. The Louis Garneau wind protect gloves will keep your hands warm and dry and are recommended for temperatures between 35 and 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

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