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Cateye Padrone Large Display Wireless Bike Computer Road MTB CC PA100W Black
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  • Gore Bike Wear
    We're comfortable in asserting that the most irreplaceable piece of cycling-specific gear in inclement weather is the waterproof jacket. Gloves, hats, balaclavas -- these things can all jump from sport to sport, season to season; but only a cycling jacket gives the mix of a sleek fit and water resistance we require on a bike ride. No one wants to ride in a tent-shaped poncho or a ski parka, so we turn to the original pros, Gore Bike Wear, and the Gore-Tex AS Women's Jacket when the weather turns to wet. The Power AS Jacket is a true 2. 5-layer construction, which combines an outer layer that carries the color and reflective details, a Gore-Tex layer, and an inner, protective scrim that the industry only counts as half a layer since it's integrated in the Gore-Tex fabric. Its outer shell is made with polyamide instead of polyester, which means it's lighter and more durable than Gore-Tex's other jacket, the Element. The Gore-Tex layer is the really important part, though, as that's where the moisture and thermal management goes down: water out, warmth in. Gore intentionally adds the modifier durably to waterproof and windproof because this jacket won't lose its resistances over the course of a season's use and/or in the wash. The jacket's fit is cut slim for a race-ready profile and it features a zippered rear pocket for goodies and personal effects, a full zip with an underlayer at the collar, hook-and-loop for an optional hood (sold separately) , adjustable cuffs, and an elastic hem. Reflective highlights include piping for your collar bones, upper arms, and lower back, plus a Gore logo at the back hem to make you as visible as possible in low-light conditions. The 2. 5-layer construction means it's as lightweight and compactable as a waterproof jacket can be. The Gore Bike Wear Power Gore-Tex AS Women's Jacket is available in six sizes ranging from X-Small to XX-Large in the colors Black/lumi orange, Fresh Green/neon yellow, Neon Yellow/black, Red/lumi orange...
    $174.96  from Backcountry
  • Gore Bike Wear
    Fall presents a dilemma. The cooler weather and variable conditions can limit the time we're able to spend in the saddle, but cycling under a canopy of changing leaves on singletrack, enjoying the crisp morning air on your favorite road loop, or picking up new-crop squash at the farmer's market on a bright Saturday morning are among our greatest cycling pleasures. Fortunately, Gore Bike Wear has us covered with the Element Gore-Tex AS Jacket. You can find it at the intersection of price, layering, and functionality and hanging up in many of our closets. The Element AS Jacket is a true 2. 5-layer construction, which combines an outer layer that carries the color and reflective details, a Gore-Tex layer, and an inner, protective scrim that only really counts as half a layer since it's integrated in the Gore-Tex fabric. The Gore-Tex is the important part, as that's where the moisture and thermal management goes down: water out, warmth in. Gore intentionally adds the modifier durably to waterproof and windproof because this jacket won't lose its resistances over the course of a season's use and/or in the wash. Gore doesn't make fabric that lasts for years of intense use and cleaning that would strip other manufacturer's offerings of their protective properties. The jacket's fit varies from Gore-Tex's slimmer Power Jacket in that it's generous enough for some substantial thermal layering, so you can layer up when the temperature drops. It features two zippered front pockets for easy saddle-bound access, hook-and-loop fasteners for an optional hood (sold separately) , adjustable cuffs, and a cord-adjustable hem. Reflective highlights include piping for your collar bones, upper arms, and lower back, plus a Gore logo at the back hem to make you as visible as possible in low-light conditions. The 2. 5-layer construction means it's as lightweight and compactable as a waterproof jacket can be. The Gore Bike Wear Element Gore-Tex AS Jacket - Women's is available in six s...
    $219.95  from Backcountry
  • Gore Bike Wear
    We're comfortable in asserting that the most irreplaceable piece of cycling-specific gear in inclement weather is the waterproof jacket. Gloves, hats, balaclavas -- these things can all jump from sport to sport, season to season; but only a cycling jacket gives the mix of a sleek fit and water resistance we require on a bike ride. No one wants to ride in a tent-shaped poncho or a ski parka, so we turn to the original pros, Gore Bike Wear, and the Gore-Tex AS Women's Jacket when the weather turns to wet. The Power AS Jacket is a true 2. 5-layer construction, which combines an outer layer that carries the color and reflective details, a Gore-Tex layer, and an inner, protective scrim that the industry only counts as half a layer since it's integrated in the Gore-Tex fabric. Its outer shell is made with polyamide instead of polyester, which means it's lighter and more durable than Gore-Tex's other jacket, the Element. The Gore-Tex layer is the really important part, though, as that's where the moisture and thermal management goes down: water out, warmth in. Gore intentionally adds the modifier durably to waterproof and windproof because this jacket won't lose its resistances over the course of a season's use and/or in the wash. The jacket's fit is cut slim for a race-ready profile and it features a zippered rear pocket for goodies and personal effects, a full zip with an underlayer at the collar, hook-and-loop for an optional hood (sold separately) , adjustable cuffs, and an elastic hem. Reflective highlights include piping for your collar bones, upper arms, and lower back, plus a Gore logo at the back hem to make you as visible as possible in low-light conditions. The 2. 5-layer construction means it's as lightweight and compactable as a waterproof jacket can be. The Gore Bike Wear Power Gore-Tex AS Women's Jacket is available in six sizes ranging from X-Small to XX-Large in the colors Black/lumi orange, Fresh Green/neon yellow, Neon Yellow/black, Red/lumi orange...
    $174.96  from Backcountry
  • Gore Bike Wear
    Fall presents a dilemma. The cooler weather and variable conditions can limit the time we're able to spend in the saddle, but cycling under a canopy of changing leaves on singletrack, enjoying the crisp morning air on your favorite road loop, or picking up new-crop squash at the farmer's market on a bright Saturday morning are among our greatest cycling pleasures. Fortunately, Gore Bike Wear has us covered with the Element Gore-Tex AS Jacket. You can find it at the intersection of price, layering, and functionality and hanging up in many of our closets. The Element AS Jacket is a true 2. 5-layer construction, which combines an outer layer that carries the color and reflective details, a Gore-Tex layer, and an inner, protective scrim that only really counts as half a layer since it's integrated in the Gore-Tex fabric. The Gore-Tex is the important part, as that's where the moisture and thermal management goes down: water out, warmth in. Gore intentionally adds the modifier durably to waterproof and windproof because this jacket won't lose its resistances over the course of a season's use and/or in the wash. Gore doesn't make fabric that lasts for years of intense use and cleaning that would strip other manufacturer's offerings of their protective properties. The jacket's fit varies from Gore-Tex's slimmer Power Jacket in that it's generous enough for some substantial thermal layering, so you can layer up when the temperature drops. It features two zippered front pockets for easy saddle-bound access, hook-and-loop fasteners for an optional hood (sold separately) , adjustable cuffs, and a cord-adjustable hem. Reflective highlights include piping for your collar bones, upper arms, and lower back, plus a Gore logo at the back hem to make you as visible as possible in low-light conditions. The 2. 5-layer construction means it's as lightweight and compactable as a waterproof jacket can be. The Gore Bike Wear Element Gore-Tex AS Jacket - Women's is available in six s...
    $219.95  from Backcountry
  • Gore Bike Wear
    Fall presents a dilemma. The cooler weather and variable conditions can limit the time we're able to spend in the saddle, but cycling under a canopy of changing leaves on singletrack, enjoying the crisp morning air on your favorite road loop, or picking up new-crop squash at the farmer's market on a bright Saturday morning are among our greatest cycling pleasures. Fortunately, Gore Bike Wear has us covered with the Element Gore-Tex AS Jacket. You can find it at the intersection of price, layering, and functionality and hanging up in many of our closets. The Element AS Jacket is a true 2. 5-layer construction, which combines an outer layer that carries the color and reflective details, a Gore-Tex layer, and an inner, protective scrim that only really counts as half a layer since it's integrated in the Gore-Tex fabric. The Gore-Tex is the important part, as that's where the moisture and thermal management goes down: water out, warmth in. Gore intentionally adds the modifier durably to waterproof and windproof because this jacket won't lose its resistances over the course of a season's use and/or in the wash. Gore doesn't make fabric that lasts for years of intense use and cleaning that would strip other manufacturer's offerings of their protective properties. The jacket's fit varies from Gore-Tex's slimmer Power Jacket in that it's generous enough for some substantial thermal layering, so you can layer up when the temperature drops. It features two zippered front pockets for easy saddle-bound access, hook-and-loop fasteners for an optional hood (sold separately) , adjustable cuffs, and a cord-adjustable hem. Reflective highlights include piping for your collar bones, upper arms, and lower back, plus a Gore logo at the back hem to make you as visible as possible in low-light conditions. The 2. 5-layer construction means it's as lightweight and compactable as a waterproof jacket can be. The Gore Bike Wear Element Gore-Tex AS Jacket - Women's is available in six s...
    $219.95  from Backcountry
  • Genuine SAAB
    Bike Carrier (Fork-Mounted)
    $109.99  from eEuroparts



CLEAR Rear Turn Signal Lens Kit Hayabusa Katana SV
Sale Price: $27.58
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Vintage AHRMA MX 1980 1982 Kawasaki KDX250 21 Front Wheel Rim HUB
Sale Price: $99.99
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Vintage AHRMA MX 1979 1980 Husqvarna Husky 250 CR OR WR Rear Brake Pedal Lever
Sale Price: $39.99
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Vintage AHRMA MX 1976 Yamaha YZ250 YZ 250C Clutch Push Rod
Sale Price: $29.99
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Vintage AHRMA MX 1979 1980 Husqvarna Husky 250 CR OR WR Shift Shaft
Sale Price: $74.99
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Vintage AHRMA MX 1980 1982 Kawasaki KDX250 Swingarm Swing Arm
Sale Price: $99.99
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Vintage AHRMA MX 1986 KTM 500 EXC MX MXC XC Rear Shock Linkage
Sale Price: $29.99
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Vintage AHRMA MX 1979 1980 Husqvarna Husky 250 CR OR WR Rear Brake Stay
Sale Price: $29.99
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Vintage AHRMA MX 1976 1978 KTM 250 MC5 Swingarm Swing Arm Pivot Bolt
Sale Price: $29.99
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DID Standard Roller Motorbike Chain 420D 114 fits Honda CR80 RG 86
Sale Price: $19.93
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