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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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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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Mens Ascension 29" Mountain Bike - Black

Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Navigate rocky terrain with ease by riding this mountain bike from schwinn. It features 21 gear speeds, so you'll have maximum control over the bike during any ride. With an adjustable seat and handlebars, this

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Blackburn Mountain Mirror

This adjustable bike mirror gives you a clear view of vehicles and other cyclists approaching from the rear. Convex reflective surface provides a wide field of vision. Designed to fit flat style handlebars, such as those on mountain bikes, hybrids and comfort bikes. Installs in seconds with...

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L.L.Bean
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Bike Mirror/Bell/Light Set

This set accomplishes the important job of helping you keep safe as you ride your bike. Includes handlebar mount mirror so you can see what's coming up behind you, a bell to alert those ahead of you of your presence and a front/rear light set so motorists will see you. Imported. Mountain Mirrycle...

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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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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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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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Competitive Cyclist
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Chunky Mountain Bike Grip Red, 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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Competitive Cyclist
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Chunky Mountain Bike Grip

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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Competitive Cyclist
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Chunky Mountain Bike Grip Black, 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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Competitive Cyclist
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Chunky Mountain Bike Grip Blue, 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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Competitive Cyclist
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Chunky Mountain Bike Grip Green, 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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Atlas 35 Stem One Color, 65mm

The list of potential issues you may run into if you're rigging up your bike to adopt 35mm handlebars is short, but on that list is which stem to choose. Particularly if you're looking to ride hard and go big, there aren't a lot of options for reliable, gravity-ready parts. The Race Face Atlas 35 Stem changes that, however, likely being the most stout and durable non-direct-mount 35mm handlebar-holder out there. Race Face carves the Atlas 35 stem out of 6061-T6 aluminum, which is both lighter and less brittle than 7075-T6 aluminum, which makes it a bit more expensive, but means that engineers can pile on the strength and stiffness without weight -- crafting a stem that is less likely to fail under harsh impact. Making sure that the four-bolt clamp doesn't apply stress-inducing "pressure points" onto the handlebar, the stem and its faceplate have a clever interlocking U-shaped interface that more evenly distributes loads around the clamping area, further reducing the chance of component failure. Of course, being built for 35mm handlebars, including Race Face's own all-mountain and downhill bars, the Atlas is more than up to any test thrown its way, but at 160 grams (50mm version), it weighs in lighter than many cross-country stems. The Race Face Atlas 35 Stem comes in Black and is available in 35mm, 50mm, and 65mm lengths. It is built for 35mm-diameter handlebars.

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Gravity Light ATB Handlebar

Drawing on its many years of manufacturing world-class cockpit components for all sorts of riding disciplines, FSA established its Gravity brand to assure big-hitting riders out there that the company was serious about entering the heavy-duty mountain bike component world. So, spawning from this commitment are parts like the Gravity Light ATB Handlebar. The ATB bar is squarely focused on going big. Its huge 800mm width and ample 40mm rise make it clear it's ready to take hits. It's made of 7050-T6 aluminum, some of the toughest in the business, yet it's not outrageously heavy. It has a 9-degree backsweep and a 6-degree upsweep -- great numbers for the ergonomically-minded among us who understand that a comfortable position in your cockpit is as important to the control of your bike as any of its other parts. The Gravity Light ATB Handlebar comes in one color, with a 40mm rise, and is 800mm wide. It has a 31. 8mm clamp diameter.

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Gravity Light ATB Handlebar One Color, 40mm rise

Drawing on its many years of manufacturing world-class cockpit components for all sorts of riding disciplines, FSA established its Gravity brand to assure big-hitting riders out there that the company was serious about entering the heavy-duty mountain bike component world. So, spawning from this commitment are parts like the Gravity Light ATB Handlebar. The ATB bar is squarely focused on going big. Its huge 800mm width and ample 40mm rise make it clear it's ready to take hits. It's made of 7050-T6 aluminum, some of the toughest in the business, yet it's not outrageously heavy. It has a 9-degree backsweep and a 6-degree upsweep -- great numbers for the ergonomically-minded among us who understand that a comfortable position in your cockpit is as important to the control of your bike as any of its other parts. The Gravity Light ATB Handlebar comes in one color, with a 40mm rise, and is 800mm wide. It has a 31. 8mm clamp diameter.

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Force 109 Black, 135mm/6D

With oversized handlebars being de rigueur for road and mountain bikes these days, you need a stem that is equally as stiff and strong. Syntace took the design of its legendary F99 stem and parlayed it into the F109, to fit oversized 31. 8mm handlebar clamps. Syntace forged the Force 109 from high-strength aluminum alloy. This material, along with 3D forging, keeps strength at a maximum and weight at a minimum. In addition, it's equipped with titanium bolts to shave every gram of weight possible. The faceplate makes handlebar changes quick, and you won't have to contort your fingers to squeeze a hex wrench into an awkwardly-placed bolt head. The "bed" for the handlebar is 20 degrees deeper than a standard 180, at 200 degrees. This allows your handlebar to sit deeper into the stem, which helps to decrease bar flex and increase fatigue life. The Syntace Force 109 Stem is available in several lengths and degree options: 60mm/6deg, 75mm/6deg, 90mm/6deg, 90mm/17deg, 100mm/6deg, 100mm/17deg, 110mm/6deg, 110mm/17deg, 120mm/6deg, and 135mm/6deg. It comes in the color Black.

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Apex Stem Black/Gold, 80mm

We'd like to say that the Renthal Apex Stem is the perfect match for your excellent new Renthal handlebar -- and it is -- but really, that statement is too small, because the Renthal Apex Stem is perfect for any handlebar. It's a fantastic piece of engineering and manufacturing from the geniuses over at Renthal's UK-based factory and headquarters, and it would be a great addition to any mountain bike out there. The Apex stem begins life as a block of 2014-series aluminum, before it's CNC-machined down into the shape you see here. The remaining structure is optimized for absolute stiffness and durability -- and with an extensive background in motocross, Renthal knows a thing or two about mitigating the torsional and impact forces imparted by wide handlebars. Still, weight is kept way down, making it an appropriate piece for cross-country machines, not just all-mountain heavy hitters. Those dual clamps up front that comprise the "faceplate" are fashioned from 7075-series aluminum, and their unique shape encompasses 240 degrees of the handlebar, more than virtually all other faceplated stem designs, affording an extremely secure, stiff, and stable platform while minimizing safety-compromising pressure points on the bar. The Renthal Apex Stem comes in one finish --Black/gold, and in 10mm length increments, from 40mm to 90mm.

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