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Cinelli Cork Tape Grip

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There are few products in the world of bike stuff as classic as Cinelli Cork Handlebar Tape. It's been the leading choice for wrapping bars for decades. The natural cork construction is soft, it absorbs sweat, and it's sufficiently grippy so your hands won't slip. Installation is a breeze thanks to its adhesive backing. Available in a rainbow of colors.The actual weight of the Cinelli Cork Handlebar Tape is 68g.

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