Ryders Eyewear Saber Eyewear

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MSRP : $80.00

Product Description

Ryders Saber Photochromic Sunglasses are the half-framed choice for those who need breathability and light weight. The only photochromic sunglasses named after a class of sword.

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Light saber development update

Looking actually possible. [url=http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-57604823-1/science-trumps-the-force-to-create-a-real-life-lightsaber/?ttag=fbwp]Science trumps the Force to create a real-life lightsaber | Crave - CNET[/url]Read More »

Cracking seat stays on a Saber

What a nice surprise! When I was cleaning off my 2003 Saber this weekend, I noticed a crack where the "mono carbon" seat stays connect to the ti at the top of the stays. I kept cleaning thinking it was just the decal. Upon closer inspection and a gentle tug on the stays I found the actual joint c ... Read More »

06 Litespeed Saber HELP!!!!!

The front D cable makes contact with the seat tube. The point of contact is just below where the tube’s aero shaping turns flat in the rear. This makes a distinct bend in the cable, a noticeable resistance in shifting and will cause fraying within a few miles. The pull by the frame also p ... Read More »

Litespeed Saber Fixie.

Having a few extra parts kicking around, I built up my Litespeed Saber frame into a singlespeed/fixed combination. After having ridden it, it is one of the stiffest rides...no matter how hard I push it, and the geometry makes it a great handler as well. This is now one of my favourite rides! ... Read More »

Perf. Axis Pro fork = Kinesis Saber?

Has anyone else noticed the resemblance between the $135 Performance Forte Axis Pro fork here: [url]http://www.performancebike.com/shop/profile.cfm?SKU=17145&subcategory_ID=5232#[/url] and the $299 Kinesis Saber fork here? [url]http://www.cambriabike.com/road/forks/kinesis_saber_all_carbon_fork ... Read More »

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