Road bicycle handlebars : 16 inch bicycle wheel.
Road Bicycle Handlebars
- (Bicycle handlebar) Bicycle handlebar or often bicycle handlebars refers to the steering mechanism for bicycles; the equivalent of a steering wheel.
- The tube that the rider holds to steer the bike.
- (roads) a partly sheltered anchorage
- an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
- a way or means to achieve something; "the road to fame"
- A wide way leading from one place to another, esp. one with a specially prepared surface that vehicles can use
- A regular trade route for a particular commodity
- The part of such a way intended for vehicles, esp. in contrast to a shoulder or sidewalk
road bicycle handlebars - RAM Mounting
RAM Mounting Systems RAP-274-1-AP9U Ram Mount EZ ON/OFF Handlebar Mount for Apple iPhone 4
Mount your iPhone quickly and easily with a RAM EZ-ON/OFF™ handlebar base. Designed to fit most common handlebar sizes, this compact and durable mount is ideally suited to the open road or trails. Uses common zip ties to attach to a variety of handlebar diameters. Made of high strength composite, it is light weight too. Adjustable to allow for the best viewing angle, this product is perfect for any cyclist and their compact electronic device. This mount is designed to hold the following devices: Apple iPhone 4 Note: The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag. Mount includes 12 degree tappered shaft for tapered handlebars. This mount is NOT compatible with the 1st generation Apple iPhone, Apple iPhone 3G or iPhone 3G S.
I am not sure if my form is good or bad. Until recently I rarely used the front or lower part of the forward facing U of road racing bicycles. Instead I had "aero bars" installed so that I could recline forwards resting on top of the handlebars. In the above photograph I am shown using the forward facing part of the U of my road racing bike. I am not sure whether my form is good bad or indifferent but until I purchase the saddle in the adjacent photograph I rarely used the front or bottom part of the forward-facing-U of my handlebars.
I like how the low sunlight shines off the handlebars and tires in this picture along with the motion of the road underneath. Winter training at Stony Creek Metropark north of Detroit, Michigan.