Da Bomb Cobra Handlebar The Cobra weighs 267 grams. Designed for XC riding yet strong enough for AM adventures as well. It 8217;s consistent with the royal blood which is made of alloy 6061 and is applied with double butting. The width of Cobra lengthens 710mm. Moreover, it comes up with selected color those are Classic black, Wasabi green and Barrel brown for your option. To accommodate the trend with most riders, the bar center for the Cobra is 31.8mm. Da Bomb Cobra Handlebar Specifications: Material: 6061 aluminium Technology: Double butted bar Bar Center: 31.8 mm Bar Rise: 20mm Upsweep: 5 degrees Backsweep: 4 degrees Width: 710 mm Weight: 267g Buy Da Bomb Cobra Handlebar from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.
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purely athestic question here, cobra blue HDR on order and can not wait! going to transfer over parts from my HD, but will be going the 650b route, thinking of the i9 hubs in gold w/black spokes and rims. Was also considering silver. Black links. Thoughts?Read More »
Had anyone tried this tire on a 29er? Looks like an interesting choice for all around riding. I would like to have a look at one. If anyone knows someone that carries it around Toronto, please let me know. Let me know if you have tried it out.Read More »
Anyone ride 'em? How ya like 'em? Just installed them on Flows tonight and won't have time to try 'em till tomorrow. I'm wondering how they are on hardpack as that's what I mostly ride.
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I just got a King Cobra off craigslist because I ordered a new bike that has a 15mm thru-axle and my copperheads won't accommodate it.. I know there is a adapter for it but I found a King Cobra on craigslist for about the same price. My problem is the adjustment screw that you tighten to snug your w ... Read More »
Looking for some new rubber to tackle the hardpack, gravel, and rocky terrain in and around Austin, TX. Fast-rolling is key...
Looking at the Hutchinson Cobra and the tire seems to have rave reviews for the rear. Unfortunately, not much is said about how it works on the front. I was looking at th ... Read More »