Allows Thule Yepp Maxi to be installed on a bike with a rear rack with a load capacity of at least 35 kg/78 lbs and the ability to carry seat and bike bags. Features: - Fits rear racks measuring 11-17cm/4.5-6.7" - For use on rear racks with a load capacity of at least 35kg/78lbs
Suitable as a tourniquet or stylish headband in a pinch, the Whip Lash's primary function is to help you attach whatever needs attaching to your bicycle frame. Available in a multi-pack that includes two 550mm lashes and one 695mm lash, the Whip Lash's potential is limited only by your imagination. You could use one to strap your beverage to the down tube when the trail says you ought to keep your hands on the bars. Or you could use another to fix your fishing gear to the top tube when rack space is maxed out. Whatever you get into on or off the bike, they're handy to have around because they're light, compact, and easy to use. Rubberized on one side to keep your stuff from slipping around, the Whip Lash's trimmable design features nylon construction and a simple hook-and-loop style closure.
Make quick work of any bottle-cap-removal operation with Park's BO-2 Bottle Opener. This ergonomic tool is made of stainless steel with a comfy vinyl coating.
Featuring a three-color Park Tool logo and "bike wrench" graphic, Park Tool's Pint Glass is made from heavyweight, dishwasher-safe glass.
• Designed for flat-sided tubes up to 23mm thick • Firm spring prevents movement while riding • Two bracket options to better fit small and large frames
• Telescoping leg that offers expanded versatility to fit a wide range of bicycles • Crafted of lightweight and durable aluminum alloy • Equipped with a firm spring that prevents movement while riding • Includes a retro adapter plate
Built for Si dropouts. A durable kickstand for Cannondale Si dropouts that is stylish and smartly equipped. Where it thrives: Leisurely rides, in town What it's built for: Durability Highlights: - Stylish and sleek - Light and strong alloy construction - Flat/post brake mount compatible
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