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Speed Bleeders-Motocross Speed Bleeder

Motocross/Dirtbike Speed Bleeder, Goodridge is the world's leading manufacturer of performance fluid transfer systems. It operates in the OEM, automotive, motorcycle, motorsport, defence and specialist industrial sectors. This dynamic private company manufactures in ten facilities globally and supplies customers around the world with a unique combination of design, innovation, reliability and outstanding service.Patented bleeder has a built-in check valve which allow brakes to be bled by one person.Available for most makes and models.Sold in pairs. Dirt Bike

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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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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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11 Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hood - Pair Black, 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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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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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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Backcountry.com
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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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11 Speed Ultra Shift Lever Hood - Pair Black, 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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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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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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