The Savant is an amazing fit for riders who enjoy great routes as much as a swift pace. The slim shape combines impressive ventilation thanks to 25 wind tunnel vents and the comfortable convenience of the adjustable Roc Loc 5 fit and stability system. And with the lightweight and durability of in-mold construction, it won't weigh you down.
The Ergon GP1 grip is a great starting point for an exploration of Ergon's wares. The grip has two kinds of rubber, a harder rubber on the outside and a soft, patterned and textured Kraton rubber pad that both grips the hand or glove and offers great support. Each grip is held in place by a forged aluminum alloy clamp set by an Allen key. By comparison, the GP1 is a bit more forgiving than the race-oriented GX1. So those looking for the most comfort, look no further. Since the grip is a unique shape, the wing shaped support is right where some glove makers are putting extra padding these days and provides more support for the palm of the hand. It's great that the clamp is what holds it in place. This way, the grip can be slid on and the clamp left loose so a rider can get a feel for where the ideal position is. Most likely, people will have it at level or slightly below level, but having a clamp so the grip can be set and reset until the position is dialed is a sweet convenience. Those who do drop-offs or spend lots of time with their butt behind their saddle might want the grips lower still. The Ergon GP1 grip comes in six versions -- standard, SRAM, and Nexus/Rohloff widths in small and large. The size does not refer to the length but the thickness of the grip. The people at Ergon tell us that macho types assume they should have large unless otherwise indicated, so consider this a warning. Ergon has found that most people, except those who have huge mitts, go with the small. The smaller diameter is lighter, a bit stiffer, and easy to grab. Those with big hands and those who spend long, long days in the saddle might want to lean towards large. The grip is 54mm at its widest (measured front to back). The GP1 Standard small and large are both 140mm. The GP1 SRAM small and large are both 94. 5mm long. The Nexus/ Rohloff set has a full length left side grip and the right grip is 96. 5mm long to accommodate the twist shifter. The clamp tightens via a 4mm Allen k...
There are few products in the world of bike stuff as classic as Cinelli Cork Handlebar Tape. It's been the leading choice for wrapping bars for decades. The natural cork construction is soft, it absorbs sweat, and it's sufficiently grippy so your hands won't slip. Installation is a breeze thanks to its adhesive backing. Available in a rainbow of colors. The actual weight of the Cinelli Cork Handlebar Tape is 68g.
Keep little ones' heads protected while they're riding in child carriers, bike trailers, or just starting to learn on their own bikes, with this youth helmet from Bell. A True Fit feature offers simple, custom sizing every time, while seven top vents keep kids' heads cool. High-impact reflectors improve visibility, and a Pinchguard buckle means no tears when Mom and Dad are snapping the helmet into place. Grow with Me padding lets you size up your purchase, and let your little one's noggin grow into it over time.
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