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Adult Punisher 26" Dual Suspension Mountain Bike - Black

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Hit the trails with this titan punisher dual-suspension mountain bike. This steel-framed bike features adjustable handlebars and front suspension for ultimate maneuverability. It has 21 speeds, allowing you to go

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Womens Wildcat 26" Mountain Bike - White/Lavender

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Hit the trails in style with the titan wildcat ladies' mountain bike. Made of durable steel, this 12-speed bicycle is designed to withstand wear and tear. Features adjustable seat and handlebars.

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Target
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Performa Handlebar Mount

The Xventure Performa Handlebar Mount is the perfect, low-profile solution to secure your GoPro out of view and capture all the exciting action during your ride. Designed for road and mountain bikes, this low-vibration aluminum mount positions the

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Sears
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Duro Handlebar Mount

The Xventure Duro Handlebar Mount is the perfect solution to lock your GoPro camera securely and capture all the exciting action during your ride. Designed for BMX and mountain bikes, this low-vibration aluminum mount offers numerous camera angles

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Sears
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U7 Upright Bike

Landice U7 Upright Bike No matter what your riding preference, our step-through recumbent and upright bikes provide the style and durability found in all Landice equipment. These aesthetically designed and self-powered machines will complement any residential or light commercial application. Designed with user and facility in mind, these bikes will be a fitting addition to any location. Landice U7 Upright Bike Features: Racing style handlebars Road bike experience Dual-positioned contact heart-rate 12 seat adjustments Well-cushioned seat rest 15 programs Fingertip controls for resistance Reading rack, fan and water bottle holder Workout Feedback Speed, Distance, Calories, Cal/Hour, RPM, Resistance, Watts, Time, METS, Heart-Rate, Target Heart-Rate, Time in Heart-Rate Zone Programs 8 Built-in programs (time, distance, calories, fat burn, interval, hills, mountain, road course) 2 Heart-Rate programs (heart-rate, interval) 5 User programs

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The Fitness Outlet
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Exsero Pro Handlebar Black Anodized, 700mm

Sure, 3T designs some of the most lauded carbon handlebars around. But, sometimes you don't want to break the bank every time you buy a new component for your prized steed. The Exsero Pro Handlebar is the perfect addition to your mountain bike, with all the design features of the Exsero Team without the pricetag. The Exsero Pro handlebar features the same attention to design and user interface as the Exsero Team bar. The primary difference is that the Pro was constructed from 7000 series aluminum rather than carbon fiber. This adds a few grams (40) to the bar as compared to the carbon version. However, the dimensions between the two bars are identical. The Pro's 9 degree sweep make it perfect for any size of mountain bike wheel while the 3mm of eccentricity allow for an upsweep or downsweep at the ends when the bars are rotated in the stem. The 3T Exsero Pro Handlebar has a 31. 8mm clamp diameter. It comes in Black anodized.

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Exsero Pro Handlebar

Sure, 3T designs some of the most lauded carbon handlebars around. But, sometimes you don't want to break the bank every time you buy a new component for your prized steed. The Exsero Pro Handlebar is the perfect addition to your mountain bike, with all the design features of the Exsero Team without the pricetag. The Exsero Pro handlebar features the same attention to design and user interface as the Exsero Team bar. The primary difference is that the Pro was constructed from 7000 series aluminum rather than carbon fiber. This adds a few grams (40) to the bar as compared to the carbon version. However, the dimensions between the two bars are identical. The Pro's 9 degree sweep make it perfect for any size of mountain bike wheel while the 3mm of eccentricity allow for an upsweep or downsweep at the ends when the bars are rotated in the stem. The 3T Exsero Pro Handlebar has a 31. 8mm clamp diameter. It comes in Black anodized.

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Titanium Mountain Handlebar Silver, 12 deg

While the Elite Dropper seatpost may be the most anticipated product from Thompson, its quiet entry into the handlebar market, with products like this Titanium Mountain Handlebar, could be just as significant. Natural growth of Thomson's product line led them to another cockpit component, which not only shows commitment to providing performance parts, but is also a proud display of Thomson's mountain biking heritage. Ti handlebars were a preferred setup before full-sus, tuned carbon frames. Right before the transition to flexing, creaking, and cracking, Thomson -- an unheard of aerospace manufacturer -- rocked the singletrack boat with a one-piece, fully CNC'd aluminum stem. At this time, carbon bars were still too new to be trusted, and titanium was the ultimate balance of strength to weight -- with an uncanny ability to take an edge off those rigid rides. Thomson's stem was a fresh concept with applied aerospace design concepts that provided unmatched performance. When one of those machined stems arrived to a shop, it was quickly matched to a Ti bar for someone's dream build. Ti, however, fell in desirability -- just like hardtail and rigid mountain bikes -- as carbon fiber and suspension technology improved, and slowly chipped away market share. Thomson stems, however, thrived during the rise of full suspension and carbon due to their increadable quality, stiffness, and low weight. Fast forward to today and there's a thriving hardtail market, rejuvenated by new wheel sizes that maximize the efficiency and simplicity of the double-diamond design. And lo and behold, titanium handlebars' unique ride quality -- not to mention its excellent strength to weight ratio -- complement this segment just as that early drool-worthy Thomson/Ti combination. Thomson's Titanium Handlebar marks a change in company direction too, as it is among an assortment of products that no longer rely on the aluminum machining expertise. Instead Thomson continues to use its US facilities...

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Titanium Mountain Handlebar Silver, 12 deg

While the Elite Dropper seatpost may be the most anticipated product from Thompson, its quiet entry into the handlebar market, with products like this Titanium Mountain Handlebar, could be just as significant. Natural growth of Thomson's product line led them to another cockpit component, which not only shows commitment to providing performance parts, but is also a proud display of Thomson's mountain biking heritage. Ti handlebars were a preferred setup before full-sus, tuned carbon frames. Right before the transition to flexing, creaking, and cracking, Thomson -- an unheard of aerospace manufacturer -- rocked the singletrack boat with a one-piece, fully CNC'd aluminum stem. At this time, carbon bars were still too new to be trusted, and titanium was the ultimate balance of strength to weight -- with an uncanny ability to take an edge off those rigid rides. Thomson's stem was a fresh concept with applied aerospace design concepts that provided unmatched performance. When one of those machined stems arrived to a shop, it was quickly matched to a Ti bar for someone's dream build. Ti, however, fell in desirability -- just like hardtail and rigid mountain bikes -- as carbon fiber and suspension technology improved, and slowly chipped away market share. Thomson stems, however, thrived during the rise of full suspension and carbon due to their increadable quality, stiffness, and low weight. Fast forward to today and there's a thriving hardtail market, rejuvenated by new wheel sizes that maximize the efficiency and simplicity of the double-diamond design. And lo and behold, titanium handlebars' unique ride quality -- not to mention its excellent strength to weight ratio -- complement this segment just as that early drool-worthy Thomson/Ti combination. Thomson's Titanium Handlebar marks a change in company direction too, as it is among an assortment of products that no longer rely on the aluminum machining expertise. Instead Thomson continues to use its US facilities...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Titanium Mountain Handlebar

While the Elite Dropper seatpost may be the most anticipated product from Thompson, its quiet entry into the handlebar market, with products like this Titanium Mountain Handlebar, could be just as significant. Natural growth of Thomson's product line led them to another cockpit component, which not only shows commitment to providing performance parts, but is also a proud display of Thomson's mountain biking heritage. Ti handlebars were a preferred setup before full-sus, tuned carbon frames. Right before the transition to flexing, creaking, and cracking, Thomson -- an unheard of aerospace manufacturer -- rocked the singletrack boat with a one-piece, fully CNC'd aluminum stem. At this time, carbon bars were still too new to be trusted, and titanium was the ultimate balance of strength to weight -- with an uncanny ability to take an edge off those rigid rides. Thomson's stem was a fresh concept with applied aerospace design concepts that provided unmatched performance. When one of those machined stems arrived to a shop, it was quickly matched to a Ti bar for someone's dream build. Ti, however, fell in desirability -- just like hardtail and rigid mountain bikes -- as carbon fiber and suspension technology improved, and slowly chipped away market share. Thomson stems, however, thrived during the rise of full suspension and carbon due to their increadable quality, stiffness, and low weight. Fast forward to today and there's a thriving hardtail market, rejuvenated by new wheel sizes that maximize the efficiency and simplicity of the double-diamond design. And lo and behold, titanium handlebars' unique ride quality -- not to mention its excellent strength to weight ratio -- complement this segment just as that early drool-worthy Thomson/Ti combination. Thomson's Titanium Handlebar marks a change in company direction too, as it is among an assortment of products that no longer rely on the aluminum machining expertise. Instead Thomson continues to use its US facilities...

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Downhill Handlebar Black, 31.8/780 mm

When Ronnie set out to improve on his daughter's road bike, that component -- a CNC-machined alloy stem -- gained immediate respect for its thorough design and use of quality materials. This launched a long-time aerospace engineer into the niche, high-end cycling industry. Fifteen years later, and Thomson continues to expand its engineering and design prowess into components like this Downhill Handlebar. Around the time of Thomson's introduction to the world of cycling, mountain bikes were progressing into a new realm of riding -- downhill riding was transitioning from fire-road time trials to jump and drop laden courses, and narrow handlebars became shop cheater bars as they were swapped in favor of moto-esque risers. While this was happening, Thomson quickly built a reputation among the off-road segment for its strong and appealingly designs. The Thomson Downhill Handlebar keeps that tradition alive by using 7050 aluminum, CNC bending, and multiple tapers to provide a wide handlebar that can handle season after season of punishment. For example, the taper at the straight and long (65mm) clamp zone is designed to mate with wide, direct-mount stems. This offers class-leading torsional stiffness when paired to Thomson's triple-clamp stem, and also reduces stress to the bar for incredible resistance to material fatigue. The tapering expands beyond the butting at the stem clamping junction, too. It's also used at the ends, where . 2mm of thickness is added to resist damage from laying down the bike. A unique CNC bending process further adds to the strength. Instead of manually bending and grinding stock, Thomson uses a state-of-the-art, computer controlled process to ensure the bends are consistent and within exacting tolerance of the bars multiple tapers. This results in excellent strength and flex resistance for steering precision and reassurance during high-speed descents. The Thomson Downhill Handlebar is 780mm wide and has 12mm of rise. With input from Jer...

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Backcountry.com
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Light And Motion Light & Motion Urban 500 Bike Light

This compact handlebar light is designed with urban commuting in mind but with enough power to satisfy single track mountain bikers. Its CREE LED puts out a superbright 500 lumens at high power for up to an hour and a half. Amber sidelights enhance your visibility to motorists. Lithium-ion...

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Downhill Handlebar Black, 31.8/780 mm

When Ronnie set out to improve on his daughter's road bike, that component -- a CNC-machined alloy stem -- gained immediate respect for its thorough design and use of quality materials. This launched a long-time aerospace engineer into the niche, high-end cycling industry. Fifteen years later, and Thomson continues to expand its engineering and design prowess into components like this Downhill Handlebar. Around the time of Thomson's introduction to the world of cycling, mountain bikes were progressing into a new realm of riding -- downhill riding was transitioning from fire-road time trials to jump and drop laden courses, and narrow handlebars became shop cheater bars as they were swapped in favor of moto-esque risers. While this was happening, Thomson quickly built a reputation among the off-road segment for its strong and appealingly designs. The Thomson Downhill Handlebar keeps that tradition alive by using 7050 aluminum, CNC bending, and multiple tapers to provide a wide handlebar that can handle season after season of punishment. For example, the taper at the straight and long (65mm) clamp zone is designed to mate with wide, direct-mount stems. This offers class-leading torsional stiffness when paired to Thomson's triple-clamp stem, and also reduces stress to the bar for incredible resistance to material fatigue. The tapering expands beyond the butting at the stem clamping junction, too. It's also used at the ends, where . 2mm of thickness is added to resist damage from laying down the bike. A unique CNC bending process further adds to the strength. Instead of manually bending and grinding stock, Thomson uses a state-of-the-art, computer controlled process to ensure the bends are consistent and within exacting tolerance of the bars multiple tapers. This results in excellent strength and flex resistance for steering precision and reassurance during high-speed descents. The Thomson Downhill Handlebar is 780mm wide and has 12mm of rise. With input from Jer...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Downhill Handlebar

When Ronnie set out to improve on his daughter's road bike, that component -- a CNC-machined alloy stem -- gained immediate respect for its thorough design and use of quality materials. This launched a long-time aerospace engineer into the niche, high-end cycling industry. Fifteen years later, and Thomson continues to expand its engineering and design prowess into components like this Downhill Handlebar. Around the time of Thomson's introduction to the world of cycling, mountain bikes were progressing into a new realm of riding -- downhill riding was transitioning from fire-road time trials to jump and drop laden courses, and narrow handlebars became shop cheater bars as they were swapped in favor of moto-esque risers. While this was happening, Thomson quickly built a reputation among the off-road segment for its strong and appealingly designs. The Thomson Downhill Handlebar keeps that tradition alive by using 7050 aluminum, CNC bending, and multiple tapers to provide a wide handlebar that can handle season after season of punishment. For example, the taper at the straight and long (65mm) clamp zone is designed to mate with wide, direct-mount stems. This offers class-leading torsional stiffness when paired to Thomson's triple-clamp stem, and also reduces stress to the bar for incredible resistance to material fatigue. The tapering expands beyond the butting at the stem clamping junction, too. It's also used at the ends, where . 2mm of thickness is added to resist damage from laying down the bike. A unique CNC bending process further adds to the strength. Instead of manually bending and grinding stock, Thomson uses a state-of-the-art, computer controlled process to ensure the bends are consistent and within exacting tolerance of the bars multiple tapers. This results in excellent strength and flex resistance for steering precision and reassurance during high-speed descents. The Thomson Downhill Handlebar is 780mm wide and has 12mm of rise. With input from Jer...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Origin D Complete Mountain Bike - 2015 Royal Purple, M

The 2015 Juliana Origin D Complete Mountain Bike is a value-packed performer that's built for women who love to ride. The durable single pivot frame is dressed in a selection of components that can handle back-to-back seasons of hard riding and keep coming back for more. And with a handful of components that are optimized specifically for a woman's body, it's safe to say that unlike the droves of shrink-it-and-pink-it women's bikes, the Origin is the real deal. Strength is important, but with the demands of today's riders, it simply can't come at the expense of unnecessary weight. But due to the hydroformed aluminum tubing, the Origin strikes an ideal balance of the aforementioned factors. In achieving this balance, stiffness is paramount, which is why you'll find that the rear triangle has an asymmetric shape and a rear thru-axle. This ensures that suspension motion is directed to the rear shock and not into flexing the frame.You may be aware that Juliana is a branch of Santa Cruz Bicycles, which is why the Origin relies on the proven suspension pivot location also found on Santa Cruz's famed Superlight. The pivot is placed slightly above and forward of the middle chainring to offer 100mm of highly responsive travel. One drawback of single pivot designs has always been out-of-the-saddle sprinting, because the suspension will compress under rider loads, thereby sacrificing pedaling efficiency. Thankfully, shock technology has mitigated that drawback. The FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock found on the Origin has three distinct damping settings, which are adjustable on-the-fly from wide-open and plush to firm and efficient.The Origin's D build starts off with a RockShox Recon Gold TK fork, which is nicely balanced by the Evolution series FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock. The drivetrain consists of Shimano SLX and Deore components, with SRAM's DB1 brakeset keeping you in control on the descents. For the cockpit, Juliana supplies the custom handlebar, grips, and saddle -- each of w...

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Juno D Complete Mountain Bike - 2015 Apple Green, M

Forget diamonds, the 2015 Juliana Juno D Complete Mountain Bike very well may be a girl's best friend. With 125mm of travel via a durable, single-pivot aluminum frame, and mid-sized 27. 5-inch wheels, it'll handle pretty much anything you can throw at it. And not only is it versatile, but thanks to a carefully selected build kit, it'll be there for you year after year with minimal upkeep. What more could you ask for in a best friend? While the Juno is a simple machine, don't let that fool you into thinking that it's unrefined. Its hydroformed aluminum tubeset will stand up to season after season of riding, without being unreasonably heavy. Like Juliana's VPP bikes, it runs on super-stiff collet hardware, which has the added benefit of being easy to service. Further enhancing the stiffness is a 12x142mm rear thru-axle. The 30. 9mm seat tube offers compatibility with dropper posts should you choose to upgrade. You may be aware that Juliana is a branch of Santa Cruz Bicycles, which is why the Juno relies on the proven suspension pivot location also found on Santa Cruz's Bantam. The pivot is placed slightly above and forward of the middle chainring to offer 125mm of responsive, trail-taming travel. One drawback of single pivot designs has always been out-of-the-saddle sprinting, because the suspension will compress under rider loads, thereby sacrificing pedaling efficiency. Thankfully, shock technology has mitigated that drawback. The FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock found on the Juno has three distinct damping settings, which are adjustable on-the-fly from wide-open and plush to firm and efficient.The Juno's D build starts off with a RockShox Recon Gold TK fork, which is nicely balanced by the Evolution series FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock. The drivetrain consists of a blend of Shimano and SRAM components, with SRAM's DB1 brakeset keeping you in control on the descents. For the cockpit, Juliana supplies the custom handlebar, grips, and saddle -- each of which is designed to co...

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Backcountry.com
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Origin D Complete Mountain Bike - 2015 Royal Purple, S

The 2015 Juliana Origin D Complete Mountain Bike is a value-packed performer that's built for women who love to ride. The durable single pivot frame is dressed in a selection of components that can handle back-to-back seasons of hard riding and keep coming back for more. And with a handful of components that are optimized specifically for a woman's body, it's safe to say that unlike the droves of shrink-it-and-pink-it women's bikes, the Origin is the real deal. Strength is important, but with the demands of today's riders, it simply can't come at the expense of unnecessary weight. But due to the hydroformed aluminum tubing, the Origin strikes an ideal balance of the aforementioned factors. In achieving this balance, stiffness is paramount, which is why you'll find that the rear triangle has an asymmetric shape and a rear thru-axle. This ensures that suspension motion is directed to the rear shock and not into flexing the frame.You may be aware that Juliana is a branch of Santa Cruz Bicycles, which is why the Origin relies on the proven suspension pivot location also found on Santa Cruz's famed Superlight. The pivot is placed slightly above and forward of the middle chainring to offer 100mm of highly responsive travel. One drawback of single pivot designs has always been out-of-the-saddle sprinting, because the suspension will compress under rider loads, thereby sacrificing pedaling efficiency. Thankfully, shock technology has mitigated that drawback. The FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock found on the Origin has three distinct damping settings, which are adjustable on-the-fly from wide-open and plush to firm and efficient.The Origin's D build starts off with a RockShox Recon Gold TK fork, which is nicely balanced by the Evolution series FOX FLOAT CTD rear shock. The drivetrain consists of Shimano SLX and Deore components, with SRAM's DB1 brakeset keeping you in control on the descents. For the cockpit, Juliana supplies the custom handlebar, grips, and saddle -- each of w...

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Backcountry.com
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Exsero Pro Handlebar Black Anodized, 700mm

Sure, 3T designs some of the most lauded carbon handlebars around. But, sometimes you don't want to break the bank every time you buy a new component for your prized steed. The Exsero Pro Handlebar is the perfect addition to your mountain bike, with all the design features of the Exsero Team without the pricetag. The Exsero Pro handlebar features the same attention to design and user interface as the Exsero Team bar. The primary difference is that the Pro was constructed from 7000 series aluminum rather than carbon fiber. This adds a few grams (40) to the bar as compared to the carbon version. However, the dimensions between the two bars are identical. The Pro's 9 degree sweep make it perfect for any size of mountain bike wheel while the 3mm of eccentricity allow for an upsweep or downsweep at the ends when the bars are rotated in the stem. The 3T Exsero Pro Handlebar has a 31. 8mm clamp diameter. It comes in Black anodized.

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Podium 650c Youth Road Bike Grey, 650c

They're too big for that 24-inch-wheeled mountain bike you bought them (seemingly yesterday), but they're not quite big enough for a full-sized adult machine just yet. If this is the problem you face when trying to find a ride so your kid can pedal along, meet the Diamondback Podium 650c Youth Road Bike, built around the "in-between" 650c wheel size for a just-right fit that will also accommodate him or her during a few years of growth. The Podium 650c's frame is built of 6061 aluminum -- a treated version of the metal with an ideal blend of low weight and strength. Understanding the importance of confidence in helping young athletes push themselves, Diamondback dialed in a touch of flex to the bike's rear triangle for the sake of ride comfort, and thus, better control. The steerer tube is long enough so that riders can sit relatively upright, helping them not just stay comfortable but also keep their eyes up at the road and at what's going on around them. The straight-blade alloy fork is light but stout for worry-free durability and predictable steering, and a comfortable Diamondback Equip saddle and contoured handlebars are gender-neutral and promise to be kind to riders of all skill levels. Diamondback also knows that half of what deters young riders from riding more is the breaking of unreliable parts that come on most youth bikes, which is why it stocks the Podium 650c with a fantastic drivetrain. The Shimano Claris system has 16 speeds that span a wide range of ratios, to help riders keep up -- daresay, even pass -- the grown-ups on the climbs. It's a drivetrain even found on entry-to-mid-range adult bikes, thanks to its ease of use and superb reliability. Claris brakes front and rear also demonstrate that Diamondback wasn't willing to cut corners, especially where safety is concerned. The Diamondback Podium 650c Youth Road Bike comes in the color Blue and in only one size. It's intended to be a bike that young riders can grow with, between the approximate ...

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Backcountry.com
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Noir T30 25mm Riser Carbon Handlebar Carbon, 700/31.8

At 700mm wide, TruVativ's lightweight Noir T30 Carbon Riser Handlebar provides commanding control of modern mountain bikes. The 25mm of rise places you in an upright position for comfortable pedaling, while still boosting confidence during the descent. A wrist-pleasing nine-degrees of back-sweep and five-degree up-sweep ensure long-distance back country adventures aren't cut short with annoying arm-pump and numb hands. And, more importantly, a unidirectional carbon fiber weave provides the strength needed for aggressive riding. The TruVativ Noir T30 25mm Riser Carbon Handlebar comes in a natural carbon finish and uses a 31. 8mm stem clam.

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Competitive Cyclist
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