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26844 Mens Ds-3 Dual Suspension Bicycle 26" Dark Metallic Red

This bicycle has 26-inch diameter knobby tires with black anodized alloy rimsIt has a Hi-Ten steel suspension frame with Kolo 5200 suspension forkThis bicycle has steel linear pull brakes and a premium padded seat with bumper guards. Enzo 21-speed twist shiftingShimano TZ-30, 7-speed derailleur3-piece Kolo steel crank with plastic cover

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HOLL14 Amerstdam V 28" Ladies Bike in Green HOLL14 -29%

Hollandia Bicycles offer the authentic amsterdam experience. For those who think the journey is half the fun.Hi-Ten TIG Frame 28" Alloy rims Vinyl Saddle with quickrelease clamp Front alloy V-brake and rear Shimano roller brake Shimano Nexus 3-Speed Hub Accessories include fenders, rear dutch...

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11 Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hood - Pair

We hate replacing brake lever hoods until we absolutely have to. But that doesn't mean you Campagnolo 11-speed owners shouldn't have a pair of these sitting in a box in your gear closet. You should. Get a pair of these Campagnolo 11-Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hoods now, while you're thinking about it. It gets down to this. Despite our professed distaste for honoring superstitions, we find that our first few rides with any of the following -- new gloves, new tape, new hoods, new shoes, new shorts -- are among the most dangerous. We seem more likely to wreck that new piece on those rides than any other time. Either that or we're suffering from Heisenberg's uncertainty principle on those occasions. The Murphy's Law aspect of wrecking gear is that it happens when you need it least. Right before a big ride, a big race, a travel day when you're taking the bike to a remote area, or at the start of a long holiday weekend. As aggravating as the dumb crash that wrecked the stuff was, having to see and/or feel the duct or electrical tape holding that part together magnifies the frustration. Riding with taped-together lever hoods might be among the worst of the lot. So, with that expressed, we bring you these 11-speed hoods. At this point, they're probably not at your corner bike shop. There's a good chance they're not stocked by the nearby pro shop either. As with all ergo hoods, there's a right and left. If you are replacing a fatally damaged hood, cut off the old hood and put this one on by threading it over the bottom of the brake lever blade. Bring it up and over the knob at the top of the lever and then down into place. Do not grab the thin end or little tabs. Try to pull from the meatiest part of the rubber. While technicians at Campagnolo tell us not to use lubricant, we've found that rubbing alcohol provides plenty of slipperiness between the rubber hoods and the lever bodies -- just like sliding on mountain bike grips. You'll have to wait five or ten minutes for it to...

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11 Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hood - Pair Red, One Size

We hate replacing brake lever hoods until we absolutely have to. But that doesn't mean you Campagnolo 11-speed owners shouldn't have a pair of these sitting in a box in your gear closet. You should. Get a pair of these Campagnolo 11-Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hoods now, while you're thinking about it. It gets down to this. Despite our professed distaste for honoring superstitions, we find that our first few rides with any of the following -- new gloves, new tape, new hoods, new shoes, new shorts -- are among the most dangerous. We seem more likely to wreck that new piece on those rides than any other time. Either that or we're suffering from Heisenberg's uncertainty principle on those occasions. The Murphy's Law aspect of wrecking gear is that it happens when you need it least. Right before a big ride, a big race, a travel day when you're taking the bike to a remote area, or at the start of a long holiday weekend. As aggravating as the dumb crash that wrecked the stuff was, having to see and/or feel the duct or electrical tape holding that part together magnifies the frustration. Riding with taped-together lever hoods might be among the worst of the lot. So, with that expressed, we bring you these 11-speed hoods. At this point, they're probably not at your corner bike shop. There's a good chance they're not stocked by the nearby pro shop either. As with all ergo hoods, there's a right and left. If you are replacing a fatally damaged hood, cut off the old hood and put this one on by threading it over the bottom of the brake lever blade. Bring it up and over the knob at the top of the lever and then down into place. Do not grab the thin end or little tabs. Try to pull from the meatiest part of the rubber. While technicians at Campagnolo tell us not to use lubricant, we've found that rubbing alcohol provides plenty of slipperiness between the rubber hoods and the lever bodies -- just like sliding on mountain bike grips. You'll have to wait five or ten minutes for it to...

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Truth 20" BMX Bike Gray 20 in. -15%

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Ride the city streets in style, speed, and versatility with the 20.25'' DK Truth BMX Bike. This durable DK BMX Bike features a 2010 High-ten steel frame with welded brake mounts and 2 piece design handlebar with welded crossbar for maximum control

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Sears
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Anybody's Bike Book, an Original Manual of Bicycle Repairs. 1971 Edition

Edition: 1st Edition, 5th Printing, Hardcover, Ten Speed Press

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HOLL15 Amerstdam 28" Men's Bike in Green HOLL15 -29%

Hollandia Bicycles offer the authentic amsterdam experience. For those who think the journey is half the fun.Hi-Ten TIG Frame 28" Alloy rims Vinyl Saddle with quickrelease clamp Front alloy V-brake and rear Shimano roller brake Shimano Nexus 3-Speed Hub Accessories include fenders, front and rear...

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11 Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hood - Pair White, One Size

We hate replacing brake lever hoods until we absolutely have to. But that doesn't mean you Campagnolo 11-speed owners shouldn't have a pair of these sitting in a box in your gear closet. You should. Get a pair of these Campagnolo 11-Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hoods now, while you're thinking about it. It gets down to this. Despite our professed distaste for honoring superstitions, we find that our first few rides with any of the following -- new gloves, new tape, new hoods, new shoes, new shorts -- are among the most dangerous. We seem more likely to wreck that new piece on those rides than any other time. Either that or we're suffering from Heisenberg's uncertainty principle on those occasions. The Murphy's Law aspect of wrecking gear is that it happens when you need it least. Right before a big ride, a big race, a travel day when you're taking the bike to a remote area, or at the start of a long holiday weekend. As aggravating as the dumb crash that wrecked the stuff was, having to see and/or feel the duct or electrical tape holding that part together magnifies the frustration. Riding with taped-together lever hoods might be among the worst of the lot. So, with that expressed, we bring you these 11-speed hoods. At this point, they're probably not at your corner bike shop. There's a good chance they're not stocked by the nearby pro shop either. As with all ergo hoods, there's a right and left. If you are replacing a fatally damaged hood, cut off the old hood and put this one on by threading it over the bottom of the brake lever blade. Bring it up and over the knob at the top of the lever and then down into place. Do not grab the thin end or little tabs. Try to pull from the meatiest part of the rubber. While technicians at Campagnolo tell us not to use lubricant, we've found that rubbing alcohol provides plenty of slipperiness between the rubber hoods and the lever bodies -- just like sliding on mountain bike grips. You'll have to wait five or ten minutes for it to...

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Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette 10 Speed, 12x23

We'll tell you straight up that while we appreciate the appeal of Dura-Ace cassettes, we understand why you would choose Ultegra for your bike. Smart racers routinely save money by going with Ultegra cassettes; the money saved can go for other weight shaving measures. On the plus side, Shimano Ultegra CS-6700 Cassettes are lighter than their 6600 brothers, doing a nice job of closing the gap on Dura-Ace. The tallest cogs are riveted onto an aluminum carrier for weight savings, and they're more gentle on aluminum cassette bodies. Shimano has improved their manufacturing quality; now they can make the ramps stronger because they can build to tighter tolerances. And the ramps themselves have been revised for faster shifting. The Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette has ten cogs and comes in the following ratios: 11-23, 11-25, 11-28, 12-23, 12-25. It comes with a nice alloy lock ring. The finish is Chrome (a color, not old-style chrome-plating). The 11-23 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23The 11-25 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,23,25The 11-28 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,24,28The 12-23 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,23The 12-25 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23,25

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Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette 10 Speed, 12x25

We'll tell you straight up that while we appreciate the appeal of Dura-Ace cassettes, we understand why you would choose Ultegra for your bike. Smart racers routinely save money by going with Ultegra cassettes; the money saved can go for other weight shaving measures. On the plus side, Shimano Ultegra CS-6700 Cassettes are lighter than their 6600 brothers, doing a nice job of closing the gap on Dura-Ace. The tallest cogs are riveted onto an aluminum carrier for weight savings, and they're more gentle on aluminum cassette bodies. Shimano has improved their manufacturing quality; now they can make the ramps stronger because they can build to tighter tolerances. And the ramps themselves have been revised for faster shifting. The Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette has ten cogs and comes in the following ratios: 11-23, 11-25, 11-28, 12-23, 12-25. It comes with a nice alloy lock ring. The finish is Chrome (a color, not old-style chrome-plating). The 11-23 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23The 11-25 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,23,25The 11-28 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,24,28The 12-23 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,23The 12-25 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23,25

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11 Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hood - Pair White, One Size

We hate replacing brake lever hoods until we absolutely have to. But that doesn't mean you Campagnolo 11-speed owners shouldn't have a pair of these sitting in a box in your gear closet. You should. Get a pair of these Campagnolo 11-Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hoods now, while you're thinking about it. It gets down to this. Despite our professed distaste for honoring superstitions, we find that our first few rides with any of the following -- new gloves, new tape, new hoods, new shoes, new shorts -- are among the most dangerous. We seem more likely to wreck that new piece on those rides than any other time. Either that or we're suffering from Heisenberg's uncertainty principle on those occasions. The Murphy's Law aspect of wrecking gear is that it happens when you need it least. Right before a big ride, a big race, a travel day when you're taking the bike to a remote area, or at the start of a long holiday weekend. As aggravating as the dumb crash that wrecked the stuff was, having to see and/or feel the duct or electrical tape holding that part together magnifies the frustration. Riding with taped-together lever hoods might be among the worst of the lot. So, with that expressed, we bring you these 11-speed hoods. At this point, they're probably not at your corner bike shop. There's a good chance they're not stocked by the nearby pro shop either. As with all ergo hoods, there's a right and left. If you are replacing a fatally damaged hood, cut off the old hood and put this one on by threading it over the bottom of the brake lever blade. Bring it up and over the knob at the top of the lever and then down into place. Do not grab the thin end or little tabs. Try to pull from the meatiest part of the rubber. While technicians at Campagnolo tell us not to use lubricant, we've found that rubbing alcohol provides plenty of slipperiness between the rubber hoods and the lever bodies -- just like sliding on mountain bike grips. You'll have to wait five or ten minutes for it to...

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Competitive Cyclist
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11 Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hood - Pair Red, One Size

We hate replacing brake lever hoods until we absolutely have to. But that doesn't mean you Campagnolo 11-speed owners shouldn't have a pair of these sitting in a box in your gear closet. You should. Get a pair of these Campagnolo 11-Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hoods now, while you're thinking about it. It gets down to this. Despite our professed distaste for honoring superstitions, we find that our first few rides with any of the following -- new gloves, new tape, new hoods, new shoes, new shorts -- are among the most dangerous. We seem more likely to wreck that new piece on those rides than any other time. Either that or we're suffering from Heisenberg's uncertainty principle on those occasions. The Murphy's Law aspect of wrecking gear is that it happens when you need it least. Right before a big ride, a big race, a travel day when you're taking the bike to a remote area, or at the start of a long holiday weekend. As aggravating as the dumb crash that wrecked the stuff was, having to see and/or feel the duct or electrical tape holding that part together magnifies the frustration. Riding with taped-together lever hoods might be among the worst of the lot. So, with that expressed, we bring you these 11-speed hoods. At this point, they're probably not at your corner bike shop. There's a good chance they're not stocked by the nearby pro shop either. As with all ergo hoods, there's a right and left. If you are replacing a fatally damaged hood, cut off the old hood and put this one on by threading it over the bottom of the brake lever blade. Bring it up and over the knob at the top of the lever and then down into place. Do not grab the thin end or little tabs. Try to pull from the meatiest part of the rubber. While technicians at Campagnolo tell us not to use lubricant, we've found that rubbing alcohol provides plenty of slipperiness between the rubber hoods and the lever bodies -- just like sliding on mountain bike grips. You'll have to wait five or ten minutes for it to...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette 10 Speed, 11x25

We'll tell you straight up that while we appreciate the appeal of Dura-Ace cassettes, we understand why you would choose Ultegra for your bike. Smart racers routinely save money by going with Ultegra cassettes; the money saved can go for other weight shaving measures. On the plus side, Shimano Ultegra CS-6700 Cassettes are lighter than their 6600 brothers, doing a nice job of closing the gap on Dura-Ace. The tallest cogs are riveted onto an aluminum carrier for weight savings, and they're more gentle on aluminum cassette bodies. Shimano has improved their manufacturing quality; now they can make the ramps stronger because they can build to tighter tolerances. And the ramps themselves have been revised for faster shifting. The Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette has ten cogs and comes in the following ratios: 11-23, 11-25, 11-28, 12-23, 12-25. It comes with a nice alloy lock ring. The finish is Chrome (a color, not old-style chrome-plating). The 11-23 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23The 11-25 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,23,25The 11-28 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,24,28The 12-23 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,23The 12-25 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23,25

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Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette 10 Speed, 11x23

We'll tell you straight up that while we appreciate the appeal of Dura-Ace cassettes, we understand why you would choose Ultegra for your bike. Smart racers routinely save money by going with Ultegra cassettes; the money saved can go for other weight shaving measures. On the plus side, Shimano Ultegra CS-6700 Cassettes are lighter than their 6600 brothers, doing a nice job of closing the gap on Dura-Ace. The tallest cogs are riveted onto an aluminum carrier for weight savings, and they're more gentle on aluminum cassette bodies. Shimano has improved their manufacturing quality; now they can make the ramps stronger because they can build to tighter tolerances. And the ramps themselves have been revised for faster shifting. The Ultegra CS-6700 Cassette has ten cogs and comes in the following ratios: 11-23, 11-25, 11-28, 12-23, 12-25. It comes with a nice alloy lock ring. The finish is Chrome (a color, not old-style chrome-plating). The 11-23 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23The 11-25 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,23,25The 11-28 includes: 11,12,13,14,15,17,19,21,24,28The 12-23 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,23The 12-25 includes: 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23,25

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All Speeds Chain Tool One Color, One Size

Over the past decade, we've been subject to what feels like an arms race in bicycle gearing. Having just taken over from eight cogs, the nine cog system yielded to ten cogs in the space of a few years, and tens were in turn replaced by 11-speed cassette, which, given that Shimano 105 is now offered in 11-speed, can safely be considered the new standard. Fortunately for mechanics, Topeak designed its All Speeds Chain Tool to be compatible with all (current) chain flavors, even the 11-speed hollow pin ones. The tool itself comes in two flavors, the present iteration being distinguished by its inclusion of a handle-stowed chain hook for ease of chain repairs and a stopper that can be rotated into place to tidy up hollow 11-speed chain pins. The business end and chain hook are made of hardened steel; the crank handle is aluminum. This version of the Topeak Topeak All Speeds Chain Tool measures 3. 4" x 1. 1" x 5" and weighs a claimed 314 grams/11. 05 ounces.

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All Speeds Chain Tool

Over the past decade, we've been subject to what feels like an arms race in bicycle gearing. Having just taken over from eight cogs, the nine cog system yielded to ten cogs in the space of a few years, and tens were in turn replaced by 11-speed cassette, which, given that Shimano 105 is now offered in 11-speed, can safely be considered the new standard. Fortunately for mechanics, Topeak designed its All Speeds Chain Tool to be compatible with all (current) chain flavors, even the 11-speed hollow pin ones. The tool itself comes in two flavors, the present iteration being distinguished by its inclusion of a handle-stowed chain hook for ease of chain repairs and a stopper that can be rotated into place to tidy up hollow 11-speed chain pins. The business end and chain hook are made of hardened steel; the crank handle is aluminum. This version of the Topeak Topeak All Speeds Chain Tool measures 3. 4" x 1. 1" x 5" and weighs a claimed 314 grams/11. 05 ounces.

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Hold-Up 1.25in One Color, One Size

The hitch-mount Yakima HoldUp 1. 25 secures two bikes about as quickly and easily as humanly possible. This platform-style rack fits into standard one-and-a-quarter-inch (1. 25") hitch receivers, and secures two bikes using Yakima's patented, ratcheting StrongArm bars. The StrongArm system is favored by everyone from downhillers to road bikers for its speed (about ten seconds per bike) strength, and frame-friendly over-the-wheel grip. The HoldUp is fully adjustable to accommodate all bike sizes, folds up when not in use, and even has a bottle opener built in for post-ride refreshments. Need more space? Attach the Plus 2 Add On Kit (not included) and double your bike-hauling capacity. Fits just about any style bike (no tandems or recumbents) from 20-inch to 29-inch wheelsCarries 2 bikes right out of the boxSpring loaded pin makes it easy to tilt the rack out of the way for rear accessIncludes 6-foot SKS security cableLock cores includedIntegrated bottle opener for post-ride hydration

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