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LeMond RevMaster Sport

LeMond RevMaster Sport The LeMond RevMaster Sport spinning bike combines the high quality features of the original Lemond RevMaster with the traditional handlebar - making it our most affordable model. Not only does the LeMond RevMaster Sport spinner give you a terrific workout, it's fun to ride - with easy adjustments to the seat and handlebars to make your workout comfortable and effective. Frame This frame is more stable and allows fast, easy access to all seat, handlebar & height adjustments. This creates a comfortable, high performance custom fit for all users! Steel main frame undergoes a 17-step rust inhibitor process prior to durable powder coat process. Flywheel Drop in mounting - easy service, no adjustments ever needed, easy to reach high RPMs with less "runaway" feeling and safer for the knees. Brake Pad Designed with the resistance pad on top of the flywheel for improved long-term durability. Designed for ease of use, the resistance knob adjusts easily. Just turn the knob to adjust (increase or decrease) the intensity of your workout. By simply pressing down on the same knob, the braking system activates quickly and safely. Micro turn adjustment allows smooth, safe transitions to higher intensity levels. Belt The RevMaster Sport uses a smooth Kevlar belt instead of a chain. The result - a smooth and incredibly quiet ride. Never needs to be replaced due to stretching, or oiled like the chain bikes do. Transport Wheels Designed for easy transport! A rock-solid construction and the extra-wide base ensure outstanding stability. 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION The RevMaster Sport is manufactured to the most exacting standards - with 100% of all bikes tested prior to final packaging to insure customer satisfaction. This allows LeMond Fitness to offer you an exceptional warranty.

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Limited Edition 1989 Road Bike Frame

After claiming the '86 Tour atop a custom carbon fiber frame, there was no going back for LeMond. He'd proven to the world that both he and carbon fiber bicycles were there to stay in professional bicycle racing. The man responsible for building the revolutionary carbon machines for LeMond and teammate Hinault was Jean Marc Gueugneaud. At the time, Gueugneaud had recently left Look to start a custom carbon fiber manufacturing label known as TVT, where he continued building frames for LeMond. The relationship the two developed continues today, with Gueugneaud now the chief carbon engineer at French-based Time. This created the perfect partnership for LeMond's launch back into bicycle production with his Time-built, Limited Edition framesets. The series commemorates the Tours claimed by LeMond, with just 100 framesets being produced for each of the three tour-winning years. This is the "Tour '89" edition, and the graphics represent his bike and ADR team colors of the day. LeMond chose to partner with Time, as much for his longstanding relationship with Mr. Gueugneaud as for the proven engineering delivered by the French manufacturer. Time's NXS received the nod for the limited edition frame's front triangle and head tube, with the rear triangle having been designed specifically to LeMond's specifications. Time applied its RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) technology to the frame, which is a "wet" molding technique integral to its top-end carbon frames. This is an exclusive manufacturing process done in Time's French facility, and it's fairly exclusive to the bicycle industry both in terms of in-house production and the actual techniques applied. The majority of carbon frames are manufactured with a pre-preg technique, in which woven carbon fiber sheets have been pre-impregnated with a resin. The sheets are then cut, arranged, and layered in a mold, with an inflatable bladder serving to shape the carbon under the forces of heat and pressure. RTM, on the other han...

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Limited Edition 1989 Road Bike Frame Black/Yellow, S

After claiming the '86 Tour atop a custom carbon fiber frame, there was no going back for LeMond. He'd proven to the world that both he and carbon fiber bicycles were there to stay in professional bicycle racing. The man responsible for building the revolutionary carbon machines for LeMond and teammate Hinault was Jean Marc Gueugneaud. At the time, Gueugneaud had recently left Look to start a custom carbon fiber manufacturing label known as TVT, where he continued building frames for LeMond. The relationship the two developed continues today, with Gueugneaud now the chief carbon engineer at French-based Time. This created the perfect partnership for LeMond's launch back into bicycle production with his Time-built, Limited Edition framesets. The series commemorates the Tours claimed by LeMond, with just 100 framesets being produced for each of the three tour-winning years. This is the "Tour '89" edition, and the graphics represent his bike and ADR team colors of the day. LeMond chose to partner with Time, as much for his longstanding relationship with Mr. Gueugneaud as for the proven engineering delivered by the French manufacturer. Time's NXS received the nod for the limited edition frame's front triangle and head tube, with the rear triangle having been designed specifically to LeMond's specifications. Time applied its RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) technology to the frame, which is a "wet" molding technique integral to its top-end carbon frames. This is an exclusive manufacturing process done in Time's French facility, and it's fairly exclusive to the bicycle industry both in terms of in-house production and the actual techniques applied. The majority of carbon frames are manufactured with a pre-preg technique, in which woven carbon fiber sheets have been pre-impregnated with a resin. The sheets are then cut, arranged, and layered in a mold, with an inflatable bladder serving to shape the carbon under the forces of heat and pressure. RTM, on the other han...

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Limited Edition 1989 Road Bike Frame Black/Yellow, L

After claiming the '86 Tour atop a custom carbon fiber frame, there was no going back for LeMond. He'd proven to the world that both he and carbon fiber bicycles were there to stay in professional bicycle racing. The man responsible for building the revolutionary carbon machines for LeMond and teammate Hinault was Jean Marc Gueugneaud. At the time, Gueugneaud had recently left Look to start a custom carbon fiber manufacturing label known as TVT, where he continued building frames for LeMond. The relationship the two developed continues today, with Gueugneaud now the chief carbon engineer at French-based Time. This created the perfect partnership for LeMond's launch back into bicycle production with his Time-built, Limited Edition framesets. The series commemorates the Tours claimed by LeMond, with just 100 framesets being produced for each of the three tour-winning years. This is the "Tour '89" edition, and the graphics represent his bike and ADR team colors of the day. LeMond chose to partner with Time, as much for his longstanding relationship with Mr. Gueugneaud as for the proven engineering delivered by the French manufacturer. Time's NXS received the nod for the limited edition frame's front triangle and head tube, with the rear triangle having been designed specifically to LeMond's specifications. Time applied its RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) technology to the frame, which is a "wet" molding technique integral to its top-end carbon frames. This is an exclusive manufacturing process done in Time's French facility, and it's fairly exclusive to the bicycle industry both in terms of in-house production and the actual techniques applied. The majority of carbon frames are manufactured with a pre-preg technique, in which woven carbon fiber sheets have been pre-impregnated with a resin. The sheets are then cut, arranged, and layered in a mold, with an inflatable bladder serving to shape the carbon under the forces of heat and pressure. RTM, on the other han...

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Limited Edition 1989 Road Bike Frame Black/Yellow, XXS

After claiming the '86 Tour atop a custom carbon fiber frame, there was no going back for LeMond. He'd proven to the world that both he and carbon fiber bicycles were there to stay in professional bicycle racing. The man responsible for building the revolutionary carbon machines for LeMond and teammate Hinault was Jean Marc Gueugneaud. At the time, Gueugneaud had recently left Look to start a custom carbon fiber manufacturing label known as TVT, where he continued building frames for LeMond. The relationship the two developed continues today, with Gueugneaud now the chief carbon engineer at French-based Time. This created the perfect partnership for LeMond's launch back into bicycle production with his Time-built, Limited Edition framesets. The series commemorates the Tours claimed by LeMond, with just 100 framesets being produced for each of the three tour-winning years. This is the "Tour '89" edition, and the graphics represent his bike and ADR team colors of the day. LeMond chose to partner with Time, as much for his longstanding relationship with Mr. Gueugneaud as for the proven engineering delivered by the French manufacturer. Time's NXS received the nod for the limited edition frame's front triangle and head tube, with the rear triangle having been designed specifically to LeMond's specifications. Time applied its RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) technology to the frame, which is a "wet" molding technique integral to its top-end carbon frames. This is an exclusive manufacturing process done in Time's French facility, and it's fairly exclusive to the bicycle industry both in terms of in-house production and the actual techniques applied. The majority of carbon frames are manufactured with a pre-preg technique, in which woven carbon fiber sheets have been pre-impregnated with a resin. The sheets are then cut, arranged, and layered in a mold, with an inflatable bladder serving to shape the carbon under the forces of heat and pressure. RTM, on the other han...

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LeMond RevMaster Pro

LeMond RevMaster Pro The next generation LeMond RevMaster Pro spinning bike offers you some great upgrades to the classic model. For maximum riding comfort, the new narrower crank design replicates the geometry of a great road bike. New Cam handles and increased adjustment ranges to seat and handlebars create the best custom fit available and gives you greater muscle involvement. The LeMond RevMaster Pro spinner has a 4-way microfit also lets you cycle in an upright position or pedal stretched out and low, which is ideal for triathletes. Improved corrosion resistance by using electroless nickel plating and a new 2 piece bottom bracket cartridge make the RevMaster Pro even easier to maintain and service - with most components pre-assembled. NEW Next Generation X-Frame Gives you a better ride and allows easy access to all seat, height and handlebar adjustments. Plus ? new Bottom bracket cartridge has a 2 piece design for modular service. NEW Cam Handles Comfortable and easy to use, offers quicker adjustments without the hassle of pop-pins and threaded handles. Fender With Integrated Brake Assembly Provides improved braking and doubles as a moisture guard. Designed for ease of use, the resistance knob adjusts easily. Just turn the knob to adjust (increase or decrease) the intensity of your workout. By simply pressing down on the same knob, the braking system activates quickly and safely. Micro turn adjustment allows for smooth, safe transitions to higher intensity levels. Kevlar Belt A Kevlar belt instead of a chain. The result is a smooth and QUIET ride. Our belt never needs to be replaced due to stretch, or oiled like the chain bikes. Custom Cranks Strong BMX custom cranks & bottom bracket designed to withstand greater force loads then conventional bikes. 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION The RevMaster is manufactured to the most exacting standards - with 100% of all bikes tested prior to final packaging to insure customer satisfaction. This allows LeMond Fitness to offer you an exceptional warranty. *Available in N.Cal and WA. Only

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Lemond Women's Sleeveless Pro Cycling Shirt Blue

Bikewagon - Build a better bike! - Store Home Bikewagon eBay store Bikewagon - Customer Support Helpful Links Visit our Store About Us Payment Info Contact Us Message Us View Feedback Store categories Store Home Accessories Bicycle Frames Bicycle Parts Books Videos Clothing Shoes Helmets Mountain Bike Parts Road Bike Parts Triathlon Universal Bike Parts Vintage Other Whaa..?! $11.99 is a heckuva deal! PTI Sports LeMond Women's Sleeveless Pro Cycling Shirt Blue 100% s

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Tiny Hand Cut Buffalo Horn, Red Jade, Lemond Jade, Agate, African Medicine Bottle Glass And More

6 5/8" AROUND INSIDE MEASURE Note the brilliantly blue cats eye studio glass bead and the black obsidian. STURDY & COMFY STRETCH BRACELET About twenty years ago I designed jewelry for Saks, Henri Bendel and others. My specialty has always been stretch bracelets with a mix of beads. I traveled to over 40 countries in search of rare and unusual beads and have boxes full of them put away for years. I am selling them on etsy using my own distinctive eye for design. Keep track of my listings! FREE FIRST CLASS SHIPPING.

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Motorcycle CruisinGear Phone Mount for Droid or HTC EVO Phones

Attaches with a 1-1/4" chrome p-clamp to 1-1/4" handlebars A black 2" arm which features a hand tightening knob, attaches to the diamond ball connected to the back of the device with 2 screws and nylon stop nuts The 1" ball is attached to the chrome

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Selector Helmet Black, M/L

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Homemade Lemonde 8.5x11 Collage - Image Transfer Burlap Feed Sacks Pillows Tea Towels greeting cards- U Print JPG 300dpi

Homemade Lemonade Collage sheet illustrates an altered art ephemera in 8.5x11 size of a Lemonade sign with vintage red and blue background. These images are great for ATC's, mixed media, scrapbooking, collage, tags, altered art, jewelry, etc. Paypal only. Once your order has been paid for, you will receive an e-mail with the JPG file within 24 hours in high resolution 300 dpi. Watermark image will not appear on your final sheet. No shipping cost. This collage sheet is for personal use in creating handcrafted items. Purchase of this collage sheet does not give permission to the buyer to reproduce the original images digitally or in print, for resale. *•.♥.•*Unlimited amount of printing*•.♥.•* *•.♥.•*Use for creating and selling crafts made with these images*•.♥.•* Purchased digital downloads may be used to create your own craft projects (i.e. jewelry, scrapbooking, papermaking, ect.) in unlimited quantities, as long as your craft projects are not the same kind of items sold by Hope Photo Art storefront. This artwork may not be resold or given away as a digital product as a graphic separately or within other graphics collections. © Hope Photo Art. Original artwork and product designs are copyrighted by Hope Thompson. By purchasing the digital file you have not purchased the copyright. I maintain the copyright on all my artwork, illustrations and designs.

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Selector Helmet Black, S/M

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Selector Helmet Red/Black, M/L

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Selector Helmet Blue/Black, M/L

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Selector Helmet Red/Black, S/M

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Pasaporte : Spanish for Advanced Beginners (Looseleaf) -6%

By Malia Lemond. ISBN 10: 0077527488. ISBN 13: 9780077527488. Used condition. Loose-Leaf published 2009 by McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.

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Selector Helmet White/Silver, M/L

We've come a long way from the Giro 'ice chest' aero helmet that Greg Lemond wore when he rode to a last stage upset of Laurent Fignon in the '89 Tour. In a similar twist of the general classification, Levi Leipheimer overcame a two minute deficit coming into a last stage time trial to leapfrog up the standings to win his first Tour de Suisse in 2011. He did this while wearing the Giro Selector Helmet. It's the successor to the longstanding benchmark for aero helmets, the Giro Advantage. As you might expect, Giro has used wind tunnel data to sculpt the new helmet in order to make it slicker and faster than the Advantage. And for most riders, a sleek helmet will do as much, or more, for lessening the overall drag coefficient as any other static change that you make to your bike or personal gear. The Selector has two significant upgrades that not only make it your best choice for aerodynamics, but that necessitate necessary changes towards comfort. The first thing that you'll notice is the eye shield -- its purpose is to enhance the aero properties of the helmet by smoothing the leading surface. A more subtle benefit that you'll notice is a quieter experience as you ride. If nothing else, we've found that this perception of less wind noise acts as a placebo -- less noise, less resistance, more speed, etc.. However, the lens is removable if you prefer to wear sunglasses. The lens also has two vents, located on either side of the center line at the top edge. They minimize the chance for fogging on humid days, and they duct a sizeable volume of cooling air to flow over the head and out the twin exhaust ports in the tail of the helmet. The back of the helmet is where you'll find the other big changes. Where the Advantage had a tail that was open on the underside, the Selector Helmet is closed, more akin to a belly pan on an F1 car. The helmet comes with two versions of the lower cover, one that extends down 10mm and another that extends 45mm. This design promotes s...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Candy Land Themed Scented Candles - Paraffin/Soy 4 Ounce

We've been inspired by one of our favorite childhood games to make an array of candy scented candles. Choose from 7 different candy scents, and return to childhood pleasures. Scents: Black Licorice Bubble Gum Candied Apple Cotton Candy Kool-Aid Lemond Heads Red Hots Burn time is 20-25 hours. Burn instructions will be shipped with your order. All candles listed are available in all three sizes, please fill out a custom order form if you would like this item in a different size than listed: 4 ounce - $6 plus shipping 8 ounce - $11 plus shipping 16 ounce - $16 plus shipping We will reimburse shipping that you over pay--anything over a dollar.

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Bike Fit Lemond Fitness Clipless Pedal Cleat Wedge

The Wedge is a quick and easy way to get better results from your pedal stroke and gain a competitive edge. Designed by a former member of the US cycling team, Wedges are non-compressible, plastic shims which enable you to pedal with more power and comfort.Features-Improves ComfortIncreases PowerBetter AlignmentReduces Knee PainReduces Foot PainEasy to Install Reduces Knee Injuries & Pedal FatigueIf you use a clipless pedal system you may be exposing your body to potential knee injuries. Approximately 96% of the population has what is known as a forefoot tilt. This is where the front of your foot is not flat but rather has an angle or tilt. Most clipless pedal systems do not accommodate this tilt, instead forcing the foot into an unnatural flat position. The body compensates for this with a lateral (side to side) motion of the knee during the pedal cycle. This has the result of reducing power and creating muscle imbalances that can lead to premature fatigue and serious knee injury.Simply attaching one or more Wedges shims to a cycling shoe can eliminate most of the gap created by the inward or outward tilt of the foot - placing the foot in a neutral position throughout the pedaling cycle.Corrects Leg-Length DiscrepanciesMany individuals have one leg that is slightly longer than the other, which can also impact your cycling performance. As the wedges are symmetrical, leg-length adjustments can be made by using a reverse stacking method. Mfr#:LWSPD

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Candy Land Themed Scented Candles - Paraffin/Soy 16 Ounce

We've been inspired by one of our favorite childhood games to make an array of candy scented candles. Choose from 7 different candy scents, and return to childhood pleasures. Scents: Black Licorice Bubble Gum Candied Apple Cotton Candy Kool-Aid Lemond Heads Red Hots Burn time is 60-65 hours. Burn instructions will be shipped with your order. All candles listed are available in all three sizes, please fill out a custom order form if you would like this item in a different size than listed: 4 ounce - $6 plus shipping 8 ounce - $11 plus shipping 16 ounce - $16 plus shipping We will reimburse shipping that you over pay--anything over a dollar.

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