Oval Concepts 250 Handlebar

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Product Description

  • Built with 6061 double butted aluminum
  • 710mm wide
  • 9 degree sweep
  • 5mm rise/5mm drop
  • 31.8

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TR 250 sizing....

Hi guy's, I'm currently considering a tr250 but i'm undecided on sizing. I'm 6ft and ride a medium covert as i prefer a smaller bike. Are any guy's at 6ft tall riding medium tr250's or are large better? I see i'm bang on the middle of the size guide so not sure what to do! Thanks HughRead More »

6'4", 250 lb, need road bike tire recommendation (700x28?)

Fail and failer: I bought a used 63cm Trek and put a new 600x25 tire on the rear, two new tubes, wrapped the bars, cleaned and adjusted the drivetrain and brakes. All good so far. The little hand pump that has gotten my mountain bike tires to 35 psi for the last 15 years won't stay on the stem ... Read More »

Transition TR 250 or Canfield The One?

I am thinking about retiring my 04 SantaCruz Bullit. The two bikes I am looking at are the Transition TR 250, or the Canfield. I have ridden the Transition a few runs at Whistler as well as on local trails and really like it. It is heads and shoulders better than my bullit in bike parks. It is more ... Read More »

Today Only: 20% off PricePoint Gift Certificates (greater than $250)

Great way to save 20% especially stacking with other sales.Read More »

Monarch 2.1 on a KHS Flagstaff too soft for 250 pounder

I bought a KHS Flagstaff for trail commuting to work. My first full suspension bike. Being a 250 pounder I find the rear suspension frustrating. My Monarch 2.1 is stock and it has no lock out. I'm constantly pumping the shock back up. It's also too soft when climbing hills. I'm riding less bec ... Read More »

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