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20" Boy's Pro Thunder Mountain Bike

Find Bikes And Cycles at Target.com! The Huffy 20" Boy's Pro Thunder Mountain Bike is a sturdy bicycle with super flair. You'll love the safety features: handlebar pad, chain guard, adjustable handlebars and hand control for the coaster brake. He'll

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Womens Wildcat 26" Mountain Bike - White/Lavender

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. Size: 26

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Adult Punisher 26" Dual Suspension Mountain Bike - Black

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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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

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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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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Gravity Light CSI Handlebar One Color, 15mm rise

Having long since proven itself in the world of high-end road, cyclocross, and cross-country mountain bike componentry, FSA has expanded its focus to encompass hardcore all-mountain riders with its new, aptly-named Gravity brand. The company's engineers continue to bring innovative ideas to the table, of course, and a great example of this is the Gravity Light CSI Riser Handlebar. On the outside, we're looking at a bar that looks a bit different from most bars out there, and that's because it is. Those yellow graphics and that swirling unidirectional carbon finish look great, but they also envelope a double-butted 6066-series aluminum core that runs the length of the bar. The hybrid carbon/aluminum construction utilizes the best properties of each material -- you get the weight-savings and vibration dampening of carbon fiber and the stiffness and durability of alloy. You'll appreciate all of these traits, because at 800mm wide, with a 9-degree backsweep and 6-degree upsweep, its dimensions are just right for a huge variety of riders and riding styles, making you more comfortable to push your limits. The Gravity Light CSI Riser Handlebar comes in one color, has a 15mm rise, and is 800mm wide. It has a 31. 8mm clamp diameter.

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Gravity Light CSI Handlebar

Having long since proven itself in the world of high-end road, cyclocross, and cross-country mountain bike componentry, FSA has expanded its focus to encompass hardcore all-mountain riders with its new, aptly-named Gravity brand. The company's engineers continue to bring innovative ideas to the table, of course, and a great example of this is the Gravity Light CSI Riser Handlebar. On the outside, we're looking at a bar that looks a bit different from most bars out there, and that's because it is. Those yellow graphics and that swirling unidirectional carbon finish look great, but they also envelope a double-butted 6066-series aluminum core that runs the length of the bar. The hybrid carbon/aluminum construction utilizes the best properties of each material -- you get the weight-savings and vibration dampening of carbon fiber and the stiffness and durability of alloy. You'll appreciate all of these traits, because at 800mm wide, with a 9-degree backsweep and 6-degree upsweep, its dimensions are just right for a huge variety of riders and riding styles, making you more comfortable to push your limits. The Gravity Light CSI Riser Handlebar comes in one color, has a 15mm rise, and is 800mm wide. It has a 31. 8mm clamp diameter.

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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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Chameleon D Complete Mountain Bike - 2015 Black/Lime, L

Born in the mountains of California, the Chameleon D Complete Mountain Bike from Santa Cruz begins with a build that is designed with versatility in mind. It includes the perfectly suited 130mm RockShox Sektor Gold RL Solo Air, which balances the position a 100mm gives you with a more aggressive stability of a 150mm fork. The frame itself is oversized 6066 aluminum tubing. Not only does the larger tubing mean more stiffness, especially in the rear triangle, it also means that the walls are thinner, which equates to lighter tubing. Lighter means faster and the Chameleon allows you to brag a little on the trails you previously rode around. The groupset of the Chameleon is a combination of Shimano's tried-and-proven Deore and SLX with a SRAM front derailleur. The WTB rims feature Maxxis rubber, a favorite of the pros, and SRAM hubs for smooth rolling. Finishing off the ride are Race Face stem, handlebars, and seatpost, and you'll sit on a WTB Volt saddle.

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EEP Stretch Bike Bag

Pika Packworks EEP (Exercise Equipment Pack) Stretch Bicycle Travel Bag offers a packable foam and nylon structure that will protect your bike while stowing easily when you reach your travel destination. If you ride a 60cm or bigger road bike or Large/X-Large mountain bike, this is the bag for you. Although the bag can handle smaller bikes, the EEP Standard Bicycle Travel Bag would probably suffice. The EEP is built in Salt Lake City, Utah, with Black 1000 denier cordura nylon and foam padded walls. The EEP features large padded pockets for each wheel and smaller pockets that will store your seat/seatpost, skewers, etc. The EEP is equipped with a custom crafted foam block arrangement to support your frame. It includes custom top tube/handlebar pads with built-in straps to secure your disassembled steering controls and a padded rear derailleur bag with a strap to secure it to the rear triangle. The interior is lined with contrasting yellow nylon, which makes every corner and crevasse of bag easy to see, so you wont be searching long for a misplaced skewer spring or seatpost binder bolt. To secure closure, the EEP features buckles and sturdy web straps sewn around its periphery in three dimensions. Also, the pull handles on the tough YKK zipper can be locked together with a TSA approved travel lock for extra security. Pika Packworks also includes a padded shoulder strap so you'll be able to carry the EEP with ease. The Pika Packworks EEP Stretch Bicycle Travel Bag measures 90in at its greatest unloaded length 50 x 30 x 10in.

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EEP Stretch Bike Bag One Color, One Size

Pika Packworks EEP (Exercise Equipment Pack) Stretch Bicycle Travel Bag offers a packable foam and nylon structure that will protect your bike while stowing easily when you reach your travel destination. If you ride a 60cm or bigger road bike or Large/X-Large mountain bike, this is the bag for you. Although the bag can handle smaller bikes, the EEP Standard Bicycle Travel Bag would probably suffice. The EEP is built in Salt Lake City, Utah, with Black 1000 denier cordura nylon and foam padded walls. The EEP features large padded pockets for each wheel and smaller pockets that will store your seat/seatpost, skewers, etc. The EEP is equipped with a custom crafted foam block arrangement to support your frame. It includes custom top tube/handlebar pads with built-in straps to secure your disassembled steering controls and a padded rear derailleur bag with a strap to secure it to the rear triangle. The interior is lined with contrasting yellow nylon, which makes every corner and crevasse of bag easy to see, so you wont be searching long for a misplaced skewer spring or seatpost binder bolt. To secure closure, the EEP features buckles and sturdy web straps sewn around its periphery in three dimensions. Also, the pull handles on the tough YKK zipper can be locked together with a TSA approved travel lock for extra security. Pika Packworks also includes a padded shoulder strap so you'll be able to carry the EEP with ease. The Pika Packworks EEP Stretch Bicycle Travel Bag measures 90in at its greatest unloaded length 50 x 30 x 10in.

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AeroComfort MTB TSA Bike Case Black, One Size

Mountain biking continues to grow by leaps and bounds and with that growth there are more races and opportunities for riders to travel. But, with that travel comes the inevitable hassle of finding a secure case in which to pack your 29er -- most road bike cases are just too small. SciCon has you and your bike covered with its Aerocomfort Mountain Bike TSA Bag. This soft-sided bag cradles your bike for safety while providing the ease of a soft case for travel and storage. The SciCon Aerocomfort is specifically tailored to fit the size and geometry of mountain bikes. Larger 29ers need more height for head tube and front shock clearance, and mountain bike wheels are wider with large, burly tires to boot. The body of the bag was constructed of foam padded, Nylon 840Denier Ripstop. Inside of the bag is SciCon's Antishock Bike Frame (ABF). Unlike many cases that secure your frame by the front fork only, or not at all, the Antishock frame uses the front fork as well as rear dropouts to attach the bike. This minimizes side to side movement and vibration and perhaps, more importantly, means that you won't have to search far and wide for the plastic insert for the rear stays that you lose each time you travel. A kit adapter (sold separately) is available to convert the QR/Thru Axles to quick release if necessary. The shape of the bag accommodates integrated seatposts up to 90cm, and you don't need to remove your saddle. Additionally, when you remove your handlebars and turn them sideways, a padded protector keeps them from rubbing up against the frame and fork. The SciCon bag contains two internal pockets, one on each side, to house your wheels and a separate pocket for shoes, helmet or accessories. The wheel pockets are double padded and an internal strap attaches through your bike's main triangle holding them parallel to each other. The ABF, ISS, and integrated wheelbags all work in conjunction to create a secure, travel environment for your bike. The case is e...

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Big Mountain 27.5 Disc 21 SPD Bike -10%

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The Big Mountain 27.5 offers the hot new wheel size in a value package, with a Shimano 21-speed drivetrain and light-but-strong Kore XCD handlebar and stem. Meaty Hutchinson Cobra tires keep you glued to the trail.* SIZES: S (15"), S/M (17"), M/L (19

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AeroComfort MTB TSA Bike Case

Mountain biking continues to grow by leaps and bounds and with that growth there are more races and opportunities for riders to travel. But, with that travel comes the inevitable hassle of finding a secure case in which to pack your 29er -- most road bike cases are just too small. SciCon has you and your bike covered with its Aerocomfort Mountain Bike TSA Bag. This soft-sided bag cradles your bike for safety while providing the ease of a soft case for travel and storage. The SciCon Aerocomfort is specifically tailored to fit the size and geometry of mountain bikes. Larger 29ers need more height for head tube and front shock clearance, and mountain bike wheels are wider with large, burly tires to boot. The body of the bag was constructed of foam padded, Nylon 840Denier Ripstop. Inside of the bag is SciCon's Antishock Bike Frame (ABF). Unlike many cases that secure your frame by the front fork only, or not at all, the Antishock frame uses the front fork as well as rear dropouts to attach the bike. This minimizes side to side movement and vibration and perhaps, more importantly, means that you won't have to search far and wide for the plastic insert for the rear stays that you lose each time you travel. A kit adapter (sold separately) is available to convert the QR/Thru Axles to quick release if necessary. The shape of the bag accommodates integrated seatposts up to 90cm, and you don't need to remove your saddle. Additionally, when you remove your handlebars and turn them sideways, a padded protector keeps them from rubbing up against the frame and fork. The SciCon bag contains two internal pockets, one on each side, to house your wheels and a separate pocket for shoes, helmet or accessories. The wheel pockets are double padded and an internal strap attaches through your bike's main triangle holding them parallel to each other. The ABF, ISS, and integrated wheelbags all work in conjunction to create a secure, travel environment for your bike. The case is e...

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EEP 29er Bike Case

There aren't many bag companies that can claim they've been manufacturing cycling-specific travel bags as long as Pika Packworks. Since '94, they've been producing air-travel cycling bags for some of the world's top racing teams. There also aren't many companies that can claim their products are manufactured in a Green Building, in the USA, with 85% of materials and fabric sourced and manufactured from domestic suppliers. Pika's a unique company, with equally unique products like the EEP 29er Bike Case. It shouldn't surprise you that Pika is one of the few bike case manufactures to offer a 29er-specific bag. In the owner's eclectic bike stable lays a very early Willits from the infamous Wes Williams -- who can be considered one of the true 29er pioneers. The EEP 29er Bike case is Pika's largest offering to accommodate mountain biking's largest wheels. Called an Exercise Equipment Pack (EEP) to help avoid excessive airline bicycle charges, if you can get away with it, the packs are designed first and foremost to protect your two-wheeled investment. The packable foam and nylon structure is easy to transport and stow when you reach your destination. The EEP is made from black 1000-denier Cordura nylon, with foam padded walls. It makes smart use of pockets to store the items that you remove from the bike for the storage setup; each wheel has its own padded pocket on either side of the bike, and smaller pockets will hold your saddle/seatpost, skewers, etc. Your bike frame is supported by the bottom bracket on a custom crafted foam block arrangement on the bike cradle that nestles down into the bag. The interior is lined with contrasting yellow nylon. The bright color makes it easy to see down into its depths when you find yourself missing a skewer spring or seatpost binder bolt. Pika Packworks includes custom toptube/handlebar pads with built-in straps to secure your disassembled steering controls and a padded rear derailleur bag with a strap to secure it to the r...

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EEP 29er Bike Case One Color, One Size

There aren't many bag companies that can claim they've been manufacturing cycling-specific travel bags as long as Pika Packworks. Since '94, they've been producing air-travel cycling bags for some of the world's top racing teams. There also aren't many companies that can claim their products are manufactured in a Green Building, in the USA, with 85% of materials and fabric sourced and manufactured from domestic suppliers. Pika's a unique company, with equally unique products like the EEP 29er Bike Case. It shouldn't surprise you that Pika is one of the few bike case manufactures to offer a 29er-specific bag. In the owner's eclectic bike stable lays a very early Willits from the infamous Wes Williams -- who can be considered one of the true 29er pioneers. The EEP 29er Bike case is Pika's largest offering to accommodate mountain biking's largest wheels. Called an Exercise Equipment Pack (EEP) to help avoid excessive airline bicycle charges, if you can get away with it, the packs are designed first and foremost to protect your two-wheeled investment. The packable foam and nylon structure is easy to transport and stow when you reach your destination. The EEP is made from black 1000-denier Cordura nylon, with foam padded walls. It makes smart use of pockets to store the items that you remove from the bike for the storage setup; each wheel has its own padded pocket on either side of the bike, and smaller pockets will hold your saddle/seatpost, skewers, etc. Your bike frame is supported by the bottom bracket on a custom crafted foam block arrangement on the bike cradle that nestles down into the bag. The interior is lined with contrasting yellow nylon. The bright color makes it easy to see down into its depths when you find yourself missing a skewer spring or seatpost binder bolt. Pika Packworks includes custom toptube/handlebar pads with built-in straps to secure your disassembled steering controls and a padded rear derailleur bag with a strap to secure it to the r...

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Chunky Mountain Bike Grip White, One Size

Not long ago, the ESI Chunky Mountain Bike Grips were a well-kept secret of elite endurance racers. But, the secret is out, and you're now able to experience the smooth ride and all-conditions control that these silicone wonder-grips have become so well known for. ESI's grips are built from silicone for a host of reasons. Chief among them is the vibration damping that silicone provides. Basically, these are much more effective than a standard grip at canceling out high frequency vibrations, which ultimately leads to numbness and pain in the hands. It's especially noticeable during long rides, but the benefits will be apparent every time that you hop on your bike. Silicone is grippy stuff, which is good news, because that grip works in both directions. As a result, the grips are secured not only to your hands, but to your handlebars as well. In fact, when installed per the instructions, these grips stick firmly to handlebars, even in the rain. And naturally, they provide a solid hold for your hands, regardless of sweat or dirt. Better yet, because silicone has memory, these grips will break in to the shape of your hand, providing a custom-fit that gets better the more that you ride them. These grips are offset, which means that they're slightly thicker on one side than the other. So, when installing them, make sure that you have the thicker end facing your palms, and the thinner end underneath your fingers. This will ensure maximum vibration damping, while still providing a direct steering feel. The Chunky grips have a medium thickness that works well for most riders. Riders with smaller hands, or those who prefer thinner grips, will be better served by the ESI Racer's Edge grip. The ESI Chunky Grips are available in one size and in the colors Black, Blue, Green, Red, and White. Please note that we advise referring to the included instructions for correct installation.

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