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    bicycle grips
  • Attachments at the end of the handlebars that provide more comfort and better grip of the handlebars.
best bicycle grips - ARKON SM532
ARKON SM532 Slim-Grip Bicycle and Motorcycle Mount for Smartphone - Bulk Packaging - Black
ARKON SM532 Slim-Grip Bicycle and Motorcycle Mount for Smartphone - Bulk Packaging - Black
Arkon's SM532 Slim-Grip Bicycle and Motorcycle Mount for Smartphone combines a versatile handle bar mount with a spring loaded Slim Grip cradle for Smartphones providing a secure location for your device on your Bicycle or Motorcycle handlebars. The handle bar mount fits on handle bars up to 33mm in diameter and provides full swivel adjustability allowing for easy portrait or landscape viewing of your device. The Slim Grip holder grips your device from the top and bottom with laterally adjustable support legs leaving all side buttons or connections fully accessible and is compatible with phones having protective skin or hard case. A bungee style security strap and custom locking mechanism is included for additional security. Compatible with iPhone's, HTC, Motorola, BlackBerry, Nokia, Samsung, LG, Palm and Google Smartphones.

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Tom's NAHBS 2011 YiPsan
Tom's NAHBS 2011 YiPsan
Note the cracked grip. It was a scramble to get that replaced before the show. Bike write up: The 2011 North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) has arrived. I would like to start The Bicycle Escape’s coverage of the event with my new ride, the pictured YiPsan cruiser. Some of you may remember the YiPsan Sunflower bike that won the “People’s Choice Award” and “Best City Bike” at the 2010 North American Handmade Bicycle Show. Well that beauty belonged to my beauty (aka wife Danielle). At the time the bike was being designed there was discussion of a dude’s version of the now famous cruiser. NAHBS 2011 offered the perfect excuse for such a bike to become a reality. The design of the bike is function forward. Racks, generator lights, fenders, a bell, and a kickstand adorn the machine. To say it is functional is not to overlook the bikes beauty. The paint was done by the skilled hand of Keith Anderson. His flawless finish is complimented by lots of high-polished bits and pieces. When polished parts were not available (they usually were not) we had them polished. The rims for example started out as a nice silvery/grey color but it was not shiny enough for this build. We could do better. The kickstand, brake lever blades, crank, ring, fenders, and Shimano Alfine rear hub all received the same treatment. We even replaced the kickstand and brake lever pivot pins with pins made of brass. So yeah, I am kinda worked-up about this bike. One of the original motivating forces behind this bike was the transforming front rack. I wanted a porteur style front rack that could transform into a small randonneur rack. After discussing this idea with Renold Yip at YiPsan Bicycles he took the idea a step further. He designed and built a rack platform with removable left and right sides. With the sides removed you are left with a small front rack. The sides can then be installed on the fork forming a low-rider rack to accommodate side bags. I am really pleased with the way this bike came together and am super excited to see my bike displayed alongside the best our industry has to offer. Stay tuned for more posts from Austin.
Whats in my bag - Agust 2010
Whats in my bag - Agust 2010
My contribute to the "Whats in my bag?" for involve the bicycle commuting. This is the Berliner tourist version, the Milan daily bag coming soon... :) I've bought this bag last week in a Berliner Info Point, this bag is conceived as tourist souvenirs, but it's very comfortable and ergonomic also for cyclists. Riding in Berlin is beautiful, I love it!

best bicycle grips
best bicycle grips
Power Grips Sport Pedal and Strap Set
Power Grips Sport Pedal and Strap Set come with straps attached to a pair of quality, metal cage pedals. Power Grips provide a hands-free, easy exit way to increased power for all levels of mountain bike, road and recumbent riders. No special shoes required.
Includes standard length Power Grips straps and hardware
Item Specifications
ColorBlack
Unit of SalePair
Weight500g
Intended UseRoad,Mountain
MaterialResin
Pedal Spindle9/16"
Spindle MaterialSteel
Pedal TypeCage
Defined ColorBlack