Avid G2 Clean Sweep RotorReplacement rotor for Avid
ball bearing disc brakes. Special manufacturing process resists warping and provides optimum braking. Avids unique design ensures the entire brake pad contacts the rotor, preventing uneven pad wear. . Choose 160mm for ...
Hayes new V-Cut rotor design delivers better weight-to-performance
then previous designs. It features increased surface area (that means more powerful braking!) and drillings/cutouts to help keep pads clean. Item includes rotor, Torx wrench, and mounting bolts. This item fits 6-bolt ...
Replacement Salmon Rim-Friendly pads by Kool-Stop for standard
road caliper cartridge brake shoes, such as Dura-Ace/Ultegra/105 brakes. Also compatible with SRAM and Tektro brakes. Salmon compound is designed for use with Aluminum Rims in Wet or Dry conditions Replacement inserts ...
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There is nothing that feels better than a new component on your bike. Whether you are replacing a broken part or upgrading from your current componentry, everyone is excited to test out their new setup. Maybe you just got some wider handlebars for more stability, super grippy tires for more traction, or a more comfortable saddle for your behind, changing one or more components on your bike can equate to an overall better and safer ride experience. We all ride bikes because they are fun. We might as well make that as fun as humanly possible. Here at JensonUSA, we have a huge selection of bike components to take your bike to the next level. Enjoy the ride like never before!
So, what is important to consider when purchasing a new component for your bike? It is very important to confirm that the component you are buying is compatible with your current bike. As the bicycle industry expands, more and more standards seem to be popping up with it. As annoying as this can be, many of these new standards have tangible benefits to the ride quality of the bicycle. Areas of the bike with high levels of standards include but are not limited to, wheel axle spacing, bottom bracket sizing, seat-post diameters, drivetrain speed, and proper tubeless installation requirements. If you are purchasing a new frame, there are many standards that need to be addressed. This new world of standards can be hard to navigate at times. That is why we have an entire team of Gear Advisors ready to answer any questions you may have. Chat with them online at the bottom right corner of our website, or call them at 951-234-7554. They are pleased and excited to help you with any questions or concerns you have.
Whether you are looking to replace a single part of your bike, or navigating the process of building your dream build from the ground up, we would love to help you in any way we can. We are a group of individuals who live bicycles, talking to people who share our passion is always a treat for us.