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K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage Color Logo, One Size

The K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage weighs only 28 grams, but its dainty figure belies its ability to hold onto the burliest bottles. That's because it comes with the distinctive wing design that allows you to adjust the cage to the size of the bottle. That's possible because an alloy self-adjusting device has been built into the design, meaning that a water bottle can receive a custom hold according to its size.

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K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage

The K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage weighs only 28 grams, but its dainty figure belies its ability to hold onto the burliest bottles. That's because it comes with the distinctive wing design that allows you to adjust the cage to the size of the bottle. That's possible because an alloy self-adjusting device has been built into the design, meaning that a water bottle can receive a custom hold according to its size.

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K-Force Light 386 EVO Carbon Crankset Black/Gray Logo, 175mm 34/50

The K-Force Light platform is FSA's top component tier. The 386 EVO edition was designed for any of the bike frames designed around this new wider bottom bracket standard. For 2014, FSA has updated the graphics to reflect the winning heritage of the K-Force line. Among the benefits of BB386 is the larger diameter, stiffer spindle. At 30mm, it's the same diameter as a BB30 spindle. The big difference between them is that the BB386 spindle is longer to allow its use in a bottom bracket shell width of 86mm. FSA uses a low speed extrusion to form the 7075 alloy spindle before they machine it to its final shape. It is co-molded into the 5-arm spider on the drive side arm. The composite spider is hollow to save precious extra grams, as are the crankarms. FSA molds a transverse rib into each hollow crankarm. It's an exacting process, but worth it since it increases the torsional rigidity. You'll appreciate the extra effort when you jump for the final sprint.FSA employs T-30 Torx internal wrenching alloy fasteners for the chainring bolts. Though more difficult to produce, this type of hardware ensures that you can torque the fasteners properly without the worry of stripped bolts because of a sloppy interface with the tools. The K-Force Light Crankset has a 3K carbon weave finish on the hollow carbon fiber crankarms. The 7075 machined aluminum chainrings are ramped and pinned to ensure smooth shifting. The K-Force Light 386 EVO Carbon Crankset comes in three sizes: 170mm, 172. 5mm, and 175mm. Each length is available in Standard 53/39 or Compact 50/34 configurations. They have a Q-factor of 147mm, and are compatible with Shimano and SRAM 10 and 11-speed drivetrains.

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K-Force Light 386 EVO Carbon Crankset Black/Gray Logo, 172.5mm 34/50

The K-Force Light platform is FSA's top component tier. The 386 EVO edition was designed for any of the bike frames designed around this new wider bottom bracket standard. For 2014, FSA has updated the graphics to reflect the winning heritage of the K-Force line. Among the benefits of BB386 is the larger diameter, stiffer spindle. At 30mm, it's the same diameter as a BB30 spindle. The big difference between them is that the BB386 spindle is longer to allow its use in a bottom bracket shell width of 86mm. FSA uses a low speed extrusion to form the 7075 alloy spindle before they machine it to its final shape. It is co-molded into the 5-arm spider on the drive side arm. The composite spider is hollow to save precious extra grams, as are the crankarms. FSA molds a transverse rib into each hollow crankarm. It's an exacting process, but worth it since it increases the torsional rigidity. You'll appreciate the extra effort when you jump for the final sprint.FSA employs T-30 Torx internal wrenching alloy fasteners for the chainring bolts. Though more difficult to produce, this type of hardware ensures that you can torque the fasteners properly without the worry of stripped bolts because of a sloppy interface with the tools. The K-Force Light Crankset has a 3K carbon weave finish on the hollow carbon fiber crankarms. The 7075 machined aluminum chainrings are ramped and pinned to ensure smooth shifting. The K-Force Light 386 EVO Carbon Crankset comes in three sizes: 170mm, 172. 5mm, and 175mm. Each length is available in Standard 53/39 or Compact 50/34 configurations. They have a Q-factor of 147mm, and are compatible with Shimano and SRAM 10 and 11-speed drivetrains.

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K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage Black Logo, One Size

The K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage weighs only 28 grams, but its dainty figure belies its ability to hold onto the burliest bottles. That's because it comes with the distinctive wing design that allows you to adjust the cage to the size of the bottle. That's possible because an alloy self-adjusting device has been built into the design, meaning that a water bottle can receive a custom hold according to its size.

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K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage Color, One Size

The FSA K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage works as well as it looks. Its carbon arms hug your bottle in place so it won't shift or accidentally eject. It's available in two color schemes, fits all standard water bottle cage mounts, and weighs only 28g.

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K-Force Light 386 EVO Carbon Crankset

The K-Force Light platform is FSA's top component tier. The 386 EVO edition was designed for any of the bike frames designed around this new wider bottom bracket standard. For 2014, FSA has updated the graphics to reflect the winning heritage of the K-Force line. Among the benefits of BB386 is the larger diameter, stiffer spindle. At 30mm, it's the same diameter as a BB30 spindle. The big difference between them is that the BB386 spindle is longer to allow its use in a bottom bracket shell width of 86mm. FSA uses a low speed extrusion to form the 7075 alloy spindle before they machine it to its final shape. It is co-molded into the 5-arm spider on the drive side arm. The composite spider is hollow to save precious extra grams, as are the crankarms. FSA molds a transverse rib into each hollow crankarm. It's an exacting process, but worth it since it increases the torsional rigidity. You'll appreciate the extra effort when you jump for the final sprint.FSA employs T-30 Torx internal wrenching alloy fasteners for the chainring bolts. Though more difficult to produce, this type of hardware ensures that you can torque the fasteners properly without the worry of stripped bolts because of a sloppy interface with the tools. The K-Force Light Crankset has a 3K carbon weave finish on the hollow carbon fiber crankarms. The 7075 machined aluminum chainrings are ramped and pinned to ensure smooth shifting. The K-Force Light 386 EVO Carbon Crankset comes in three sizes: 170mm, 172. 5mm, and 175mm. Each length is available in Standard 53/39 or Compact 50/34 configurations. They have a Q-factor of 147mm, and are compatible with Shimano and SRAM 10 and 11-speed drivetrains.

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K-Force Compact Handlebar Matte Black, 31.8x44cm

While FSA was the true trailblazer for compact gearing -- the 50/34T chainring combo, its compact handlebar merely added to the design most requested by cyclists. By compact handlebars, FSA means shallow drop handlebars. These feature round drops, not awkwardly shaped anatomic drops, with a nicely abbreviated drop/reach combo of 125mm/80mm. They have a 4-degree sweep, keeping them nicely narrow in the hoods, but allowing for added leverage when you're hammering in the drops. The K-Force Compact has a 110mm center section to accommodate clip-on bars. Its continuous Kevlar/carbon weave provides equal parts strength, stiffness, and lightness. The stem clamp and lever areas are textured and reinforced, so your components will snug up nicely without tempting you to overtorque bolts and/or crush the bar. The FSA K-Force Compact Handlebar comes in a 31. 8mm clamp only. They come in the color Carbon and are available in sizes 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm measured center to center.

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K-Force Ergo Carbon Handlebar

What do six of the top twenty riders at the Giro this year have in common? They all rode FSA bars, and the K-Force Ergo Carbon Handlebar was the bar of choice between them. It's easy to see why. Matching a level of stiffness with a heightened level of vibration absorption, the K-Force Ergo handlebar seems more like an anomaly than a real bar. However, we assure you that it's real, and after 80k in the saddle, its comforting shape will make you a believer, too. FSA's K-Force Ergo Carbon Handlebar is made from a composite blend of 3k-weave carbon fiber and Kevlar. Formed in a continuous, one-piece construction, the reinforced carbon design provides a heightened rigidity for explosive sprints and predictable handling. Additionally, the carbon weave dampens road vibration while the Kevlar offers durable strength that reduces material fatigue. The engineered result is simple -- the K-Force Ergo handlebar will remain stiffer, longer. These attributes have been further accentuated by the implementation of a double-width single cable groove along the bar. The K-Force features reinforced and textured clamping areas for the attachment of the levers and stem. This treatment prevents slippage, and helps to maintain the life of the bars. FSA has also widened the center section to 110mm in order to allow the addition of clip-on aero extensions or any combination of accessories. To achieve an agreeable shape, fit for long days in the drops or on the hoods, FSA has designed the K-Force Ergo with a moderate 150mm drop, 80mm reach, and 2 degree outward bend. And to ensure a consistent fit and ride quality for every rider, these dimensions vary in scale by each of the three widths available. The bar also offers internal cable routing, not only for a sleek aesthetic, but also for an unencumbered hand position. The FSA K-Force Ergo Carbon Handlebar is available in the widths 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm. The handlebar is only compatible with 31. 8mm clamp diameter st...

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K-Force Ergo Carbon Handlebar One Color, 40cm

What do six of the top twenty riders at the Giro this year have in common? They all rode FSA bars, and the K-Force Ergo Carbon Handlebar was the bar of choice between them. It's easy to see why. Matching a level of stiffness with a heightened level of vibration absorption, the K-Force Ergo handlebar seems more like an anomaly than a real bar. However, we assure you that it's real, and after 80k in the saddle, its comforting shape will make you a believer, too. FSA's K-Force Ergo Carbon Handlebar is made from a composite blend of 3k-weave carbon fiber and Kevlar. Formed in a continuous, one-piece construction, the reinforced carbon design provides a heightened rigidity for explosive sprints and predictable handling. Additionally, the carbon weave dampens road vibration while the Kevlar offers durable strength that reduces material fatigue. The engineered result is simple -- the K-Force Ergo handlebar will remain stiffer, longer. These attributes have been further accentuated by the implementation of a double-width single cable groove along the bar. The K-Force features reinforced and textured clamping areas for the attachment of the levers and stem. This treatment prevents slippage, and helps to maintain the life of the bars. FSA has also widened the center section to 110mm in order to allow the addition of clip-on aero extensions or any combination of accessories. To achieve an agreeable shape, fit for long days in the drops or on the hoods, FSA has designed the K-Force Ergo with a moderate 150mm drop, 80mm reach, and 2 degree outward bend. And to ensure a consistent fit and ride quality for every rider, these dimensions vary in scale by each of the three widths available. The bar also offers internal cable routing, not only for a sleek aesthetic, but also for an unencumbered hand position. The FSA K-Force Ergo Carbon Handlebar is available in the widths 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm. The handlebar is only compatible with 31. 8mm clamp diameter st...

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K-Force Compact Handlebar Matte Black, 31.8x42cm

While FSA was the true trailblazer for compact gearing -- the 50/34T chainring combo, its compact handlebar merely added to the design most requested by cyclists. By compact handlebars, FSA means shallow drop handlebars. These feature round drops, not awkwardly shaped anatomic drops, with a nicely abbreviated drop/reach combo of 125mm/80mm. They have a 4-degree sweep, keeping them nicely narrow in the hoods, but allowing for added leverage when you're hammering in the drops. The K-Force Compact has a 110mm center section to accommodate clip-on bars. Its continuous Kevlar/carbon weave provides equal parts strength, stiffness, and lightness. The stem clamp and lever areas are textured and reinforced, so your components will snug up nicely without tempting you to overtorque bolts and/or crush the bar. The FSA K-Force Compact Handlebar comes in a 31. 8mm clamp only. They come in the color Carbon and are available in sizes 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm measured center to center.

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K-Force Compact Handlebar Matte Black, 31.8x40cm

While FSA was the true trailblazer for compact gearing -- the 50/34T chainring combo, its compact handlebar merely added to the design most requested by cyclists. By compact handlebars, FSA means shallow drop handlebars. These feature round drops, not awkwardly shaped anatomic drops, with a nicely abbreviated drop/reach combo of 125mm/80mm. They have a 4-degree sweep, keeping them nicely narrow in the hoods, but allowing for added leverage when you're hammering in the drops. The K-Force Compact has a 110mm center section to accommodate clip-on bars. Its continuous Kevlar/carbon weave provides equal parts strength, stiffness, and lightness. The stem clamp and lever areas are textured and reinforced, so your components will snug up nicely without tempting you to overtorque bolts and/or crush the bar. The FSA K-Force Compact Handlebar comes in a 31. 8mm clamp only. They come in the color Carbon and are available in sizes 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm measured center to center.

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K-Force Compact Handlebar

While FSA was the true trailblazer for compact gearing -- the 50/34T chainring combo, its compact handlebar merely added to the design most requested by cyclists. By compact handlebars, FSA means shallow drop handlebars. These feature round drops, not awkwardly shaped anatomic drops, with a nicely abbreviated drop/reach combo of 125mm/80mm. They have a 4-degree sweep, keeping them nicely narrow in the hoods, but allowing for added leverage when you're hammering in the drops. The K-Force Compact has a 110mm center section to accommodate clip-on bars. Its continuous Kevlar/carbon weave provides equal parts strength, stiffness, and lightness. The stem clamp and lever areas are textured and reinforced, so your components will snug up nicely without tempting you to overtorque bolts and/or crush the bar. The FSA K-Force Compact Handlebar comes in a 31. 8mm clamp only. They come in the color Carbon and are available in sizes 40cm, 42cm, and 44cm measured center to center.

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K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage Black, One Size

The FSA K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage works as well as it looks. Its carbon arms hug your bottle in place so it won't shift or accidentally eject. It's available in two color schemes, fits all standard water bottle cage mounts, and weighs only 28g.

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K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage

The FSA K-Force Carbon Bottle Cage works as well as it looks. Its carbon arms hug your bottle in place so it won't shift or accidentally eject. It's available in two color schemes, fits all standard water bottle cage mounts, and weighs only 28g.

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SL-K Compact Carbon Handlebar

Oh the magic of carbon. It's hard to believe that we ever rode without it, and unlike other materials, its construction technology continues to advance. To stay at the front of pack, you need a handlebar at the forefront of innovation, and the FSA SL-K Compact Carbon Handlebar is that handlebar. Utilizing a forgiving, shallow design, the SL-K Compact delivers a rigid and direct ride quality at a race-ready overall weight. FSA's SL-K Compact Handlebar is made from a blend of unidirectional carbon fiber and Kevlar. Formed in a continuous, one-piece construction, the reinforced carbon design provides a heightened rigidity for explosive sprints and predictable handling. Additionally, the carbon weave dampens road vibration while the Kevlar offers durable strength that reduces material fatigue. The engineered result is simple -- the S-LK Carbon handlebar will remain stiffer, longer. These attributes have been further accentuated by the implementation of a double-width single cable groove along the bar. The composite composition creates a thicker inner wall then you see on K-Force, and that's where the few extra grams generate from. However, the second blade of the sword shows that the SL-K's thicker construction greatly increases its resistance to fatigue. The S-LK Compact Carbon features reinforced and textured clamping areas for the attachment of the levers and stem. This treatment prevents slippage, and helps to maintain the life of the bars. FSA has also widened the center section to 120mm in order to allow the addition of clip-on aero extensions or any combination of accessories. To achieve an agreeable shape, fit for long days in the drops or on the hoods, FSA has designed the S-LK Compact with a moderate 125mm drop, 80mm reach, and 2 degree outward bend. And to ensure a consistent fit and ride quality for every rider, these dimensions vary in scale by each of the three widths available. The bar also offers internal cable routing, not only for a sleek ...

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SL-K Light Compact EVO 386

Given the SL-K Light Compact EVO 386's high-quality ceramic bearings, meticulously plotted carbon construction, knee-saving compact rings, and classic five bolt aesthetics, you'll want to ride this FSA crankset forever. Happily, the EVO 386 promises to live up to its hype as "the last evolution of the BB standard." Think of BB386 as a series of adapters that plug into the most common versions of bottom brackets in order to accommodate EVO386 cranks. Like its K-Force relatives, the SL-K's crank arms are molded around two tubular bladders, so the structure is buttressed-up with a thin, central sheet of material that runs the length of the crank. The cross section resembles a peanut, and the result is a lightweight crank arm that doesn't skimp on power transfer. This power transfer is further complemented by the SL-K's impossibly smooth and durable ceramic bearings. Ceramic can withstand even industrial applications without flinching, so for a bicycle, they're the bearing equivalent of spinning up on clouds. The wider, 86 millimeter spacing pushes the contact point with the pedals out slightly. Since the bottom bracket extends further, the crank arms don't have to bend as much to provide ankle clearance on the frame. That means less material, so it saves grams, and higher torsional stiffness because the crank arm itself is straighter. You know how bowed seat stays provide compliance to absorb road impact? The same is true of bowed crank arms, but the extra compliance works against you by flexing, which hampers efficient power transfer. Given the flexibility of BB386, the SL-K Light cranks are future-proof. They'll travel with you from frame to frame, and -- by installing your choice of FSA chainrings designed to work with Shimano, SRAM, or Campagnolo -- drivetrain to drivetrain. The compact chain rings may also help future-proof your knees, providing some relief on grades in the high teens and twenties in case you live in a geography like our home base in Utah.

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SL-K Light Compact EVO 386 White Logo, 175mm, 50/34t

Given the SL-K Light Compact EVO 386's high-quality ceramic bearings, meticulously plotted carbon construction, knee-saving compact rings, and classic five bolt aesthetics, you'll want to ride this FSA crankset forever. Happily, the EVO 386 promises to live up to its hype as "the last evolution of the BB standard." Think of BB386 as a series of adapters that plug into the most common versions of bottom brackets in order to accommodate EVO386 cranks. Like its K-Force relatives, the SL-K's crank arms are molded around two tubular bladders, so the structure is buttressed-up with a thin, central sheet of material that runs the length of the crank. The cross section resembles a peanut, and the result is a lightweight crank arm that doesn't skimp on power transfer. This power transfer is further complemented by the SL-K's impossibly smooth and durable ceramic bearings. Ceramic can withstand even industrial applications without flinching, so for a bicycle, they're the bearing equivalent of spinning up on clouds. The wider, 86 millimeter spacing pushes the contact point with the pedals out slightly. Since the bottom bracket extends further, the crank arms don't have to bend as much to provide ankle clearance on the frame. That means less material, so it saves grams, and higher torsional stiffness because the crank arm itself is straighter. You know how bowed seat stays provide compliance to absorb road impact? The same is true of bowed crank arms, but the extra compliance works against you by flexing, which hampers efficient power transfer. Given the flexibility of BB386, the SL-K Light cranks are future-proof. They'll travel with you from frame to frame, and -- by installing your choice of FSA chainrings designed to work with Shimano, SRAM, or Campagnolo -- drivetrain to drivetrain. The compact chain rings may also help future-proof your knees, providing some relief on grades in the high teens and twenties in case you live in a geography like our home base in Utah.

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SL-K Light EVO386

FSA proudly proclaims that the bottom bracket in the FSA SL-K Light EVO386 is "the last evolution of the BB standard." Given the multiplicity of so-called bottom bracket standards these days, this is a bold claim. It may have a point though, as the BB386 is really a series of adapters that plug into the most common versions of bottom brackets in order to accommodate the EVO386 cranks. Like its K-Force relatives, the SL-K's crank arms are molded around two tubular bladders, so the structure is buttressed-up with a thin, central sheet of material that runs the length of the crank. The cross section resembles a peanut, and the result is a lightweight crank arm that doesn't skimp on power transfer. This power transfer is further complemented by the SL-K's impossibly smooth and durable ceramic bearings. Ceramic can withstand even industrial applications without flinching, so for a bicycle, they're the bearing equivalent of spinning up on clouds. The wider, 86 millimeter spacing pushes the contact point with the pedals out slightly. Since the bottom bracket extends further, the crank arms don't have to bend as much to provide ankle clearance on the frame. That means less material, so it saves grams, and higher torsional stiffness because the crank arm itself is straighter. You know how bowed seat stays provide compliance to absorb road impact? The same is true of bowed crank arms, but the extra compliance works against you by flexing, which hampers efficient power transfer. Given the flexibility of BB386, the SL-K Light cranks are future-proof. They'll travel with you from frame to frame, and -- by installing your choice of FSA chainrings designed to work with Shimano, SRAM, or Campagnolo -- drivetrain to drivetrain. No matter what changes you make to frame or groupset, you'll never be without the SLK Light's lightweight efficiency again.

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SL-K Light EVO386 White Logo, 170mm, 53/39t

FSA proudly proclaims that the bottom bracket in the FSA SL-K Light EVO386 is "the last evolution of the BB standard." Given the multiplicity of so-called bottom bracket standards these days, this is a bold claim. It may have a point though, as the BB386 is really a series of adapters that plug into the most common versions of bottom brackets in order to accommodate the EVO386 cranks. Like its K-Force relatives, the SL-K's crank arms are molded around two tubular bladders, so the structure is buttressed-up with a thin, central sheet of material that runs the length of the crank. The cross section resembles a peanut, and the result is a lightweight crank arm that doesn't skimp on power transfer. This power transfer is further complemented by the SL-K's impossibly smooth and durable ceramic bearings. Ceramic can withstand even industrial applications without flinching, so for a bicycle, they're the bearing equivalent of spinning up on clouds. The wider, 86 millimeter spacing pushes the contact point with the pedals out slightly. Since the bottom bracket extends further, the crank arms don't have to bend as much to provide ankle clearance on the frame. That means less material, so it saves grams, and higher torsional stiffness because the crank arm itself is straighter. You know how bowed seat stays provide compliance to absorb road impact? The same is true of bowed crank arms, but the extra compliance works against you by flexing, which hampers efficient power transfer. Given the flexibility of BB386, the SL-K Light cranks are future-proof. They'll travel with you from frame to frame, and -- by installing your choice of FSA chainrings designed to work with Shimano, SRAM, or Campagnolo -- drivetrain to drivetrain. No matter what changes you make to frame or groupset, you'll never be without the SLK Light's lightweight efficiency again.

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