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Arundel Bell Arundel Bell

We all need to make a little noise at times on the roads, and we agree with the guys at Arundel who argue that the sweet ring of a bell sounds much, much better than yelling. With their smooth, rounded profile and classic finishes, the Isabell, Maybell, and Jezebell allow you to communicate...

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Assos Espresso Set (2 Sets) Assos Espresso Set (2 Sets)

We're aware that the culture of cycling involves many intricacies, some of which take years to fully embrace and understand. However, one commonality among those in the shaved leg realm is fairly intuitive, as it involves an obsessive attraction to all things caffeinated. After all, there's a...

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Burton Kit Burton Kit

We sat around all weekend trying to think of witty things to say about the Burton Kit, but it just burned us out. The fact is, if you know what the Kit is for, then you know why you need it. If you don't, you don't. It's that simple. Flame holderGlass strapTree pouchStabby pokey

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CatEye Flex Tight Bell CatEye Flex Tight Bell

The CatEye Flex Tight Bell is the answer to your problem of what bell to pick up if you need to fit your dinger around a section of your handlebar, or any other part of your bike, where most bell clamps won't fit. The tool-free adjustable plastic band snugs up on anything with a diameter of 19 to...

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CatEye Limit Bell CatEye Limit Bell

Need a dinger, but don't have a lot of room on your handlebar? Keep it light, tight, and simple with the CatEye Limit Bell. The aluminum dome rings loud and clear while the grooved lever is easy to pull from virtually any position, whether mounted on the top or bottom of the handlebar. Available...

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CatEye Yamabiko Bell CatEye Yamabiko Bell

Bells aren't always the coolest accessory for your ride. Worse, mandatory bell laws in some areas of the country (lookin' at you, NYC) basically require you to dial up the dorkiness a bit, which can be seriously uncool for certain machines. With bells like the CatEye Yamabiko, however, you can at...

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Chris King Cup and Saucer Set Chris King Cup and Saucer Set

We're all familiar with the signature buzz of Chris King's R45 hubs, and, love it or hate it, that noise is inseparably linked to a history of cycling design we're comfortable describing as precise, meticulous, and -- if you'll allow us a moment of hyperbole -- borderline-obsessive. The Chris...

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Chris King Espresso Tamper Chris King Espresso Tamper

Many of the cyclists we know approach anything relating to machine or ride with an attention to detail that borders on the spiritual. Everything from the nuanced rituals we observe while wrapping our bars to the regimented process of assembling gear for a cold-weather ride is often precisely...

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Giro Privateer High-Volume Shoes - Men's Giro Privateer High-Volume Shoes - Men's

Tight and narrow may be good for rock climbing shoes, but if you're going to spend hours in the saddle, your piggies deserve a little more space. Giro now makes its comfortable Privateer Shoe in a high volume version. The uppers of the Privateer are sewn from a synthetic leather. And while you...

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Giro Privateer R HV Shoes - Men's Giro Privateer R HV Shoes - Men's

Cycling shoes generally have the reputation for being narrow, and though that's not always the case, riders with wide feet don't always receive the options in cycling that they would in other sports. Giro took note of this and introduced a version of the Privateer R shoes in its own wide width....

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