You have to get that handlebar height just right. It's more comfortable, more efficient, and helps keep your entire upper body healthier. Wheels Manufacturing has your well-being covered with a wide variety of sizes to ensure your bars are right where they need to be.
- Spacers are sold individually or in packs of 5 or 10 spacers. Select options from the dropdown menus to display pack size
A traditional saddle clamp for use with vintage, older and inexpensive seatposts without an integrated clamp.
- For use only with plain/pin-style seatposts that require a separate saddle clamping mechanism at the top
- One bolt tightens the clamp to the rest of the seatpost and to the saddle rails at the same time.
- 22.2mm / 7/8 fit with angle adjustment via serrated washers
- Steel construction with ED black finish
A new stet of post keys for your RockShox Reverb tightens up any rotational slop that may develop normally with use.
- Fits all generations of Reverb and Reverb Stealth
- Brass Key sizes are defined by the number of lines on the key. (Zero lines means a "Size 0" key, 3 lines means a "Size 3" key.)
Jagwire's Brake or Shift Cable Tips are made of lightweight, corrosion-resistant and durable aluminum and are the right size to nicely fit over the ends of up to 1.8mm-diameter cables. These caps are crimped in place on the cables to prevent fraying and ensure your cables last a long time. The tips come in colors to add a little style to your bike.
Ultra-strong 1 piece construction.
- Cut-out allows smooth cable routing for direct route derailleurs
- Compatible with nutted and quick-release axles
- Available in a variety of sizes to suit many types of bikes
Replacement M6 Short Nut/Bolt Set for Wheels Mfg. derailleur hangers. - Custom M6 short chainring bolt style fastener - Use with 4mm hex wrench - Length of bolt: 6.4mm under head - Length of Nut: 3.5mm (under head), 5.2mm (overall)
Need a spare Shimano cable adjuster assembly for your Dura-Ace R9100 rear derailleur? You've found it. Making sure this part is in working order can mean the difference between a two-second barrel twist to return your shifting to perfect, or getting out the multi-tool to readjust the cable again and again until it's close enough to get home. Your choice.