HED Cork Brake Pad

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MSRP : $44.99

Product Description

HED's Cork Brake Pads are the perfect pads for use with wheels with carbon braking surfaces. They provide plenty of stopping power and won't harm your

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Salsa cork bar tape. Not adhesive only rubberized? Or did I get a bad batch?

Hello Mtbr Shiggyites.(followers of the almighty) I come to you again with a question of the ages. Is Salsa cork bar tape supposed to be rubberized backed? Not adhesive backed like most tapes? It wrapped great, is super durable, and feels really soft to the touch. But is isn't holding its pla ... Read More »

Cork Bar Ends (pics)

I have a few blogs now, and on my Beer related one i put up some pics with my Road Bike and the Cork&Cage bar ends i did, looks sweet and combines my passions. [url]http://iheartbarleywines.wordpress.com/[/url]Read More »

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Cork Grips

Did a forum search and found a few people even mention cork grips, but I think they'd look really nice on my bike, showing I'm more of a style whore than an actual mountain biker. I am just wondering if anyone out there has ever used cork grips with a rigid fork and how they liked them.... [IMG]ht ... Read More »

Better than cork - rate my wrap!

So I tried the Jeff Jones style Dimension cork grips. Nice and comfy but God bless America, I couldn't keep them from spinning. Not even hairspray worked. Wasn't going to glue them on either. The only slip on grip I've used in the past few years that's stuck like chuck once installed is the ES ... Read More »

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