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  1. Components, Wrenching
    Cat-Ears easily attach to your helmet strap, come in four models and 14 different colors, ranging from safety orange to glacier white. Why You Want You'd like to hear more of the surrounding world during road rides, and aren't bothered by the idea of affixing small strips of fur-like material...
  2. Apparel and Cycling clothes
    Why you want: You get bothered by tight temple arms and would rather not have the arms of your sunglasses sitting on your ears and interfering with your helmet. Pros: Short arms with embedded magnets is a clever new way to attach eyewear to helmet straps. Lack of arms alleviates any discomfort...
  3. Apparel and Cycling clothes
    Why You Want: You ride your bike when it's cold, you like being warm, and you're a fan of Belgian cycling culture and its most famous emblem, the Lion of Flanders. Pros: Soft fleece lining is warm and comfortable on the skin. Four-way stretch, multi-panel chamois is made of antimicrobial fabric...
  4. Apparel and Cycling clothes
    Why You Want: You're looking for a stylish, slim fitting, wind-blocking jacket that's good for temps in the 35-45-degree Fahrenheit range, and can be stuffed in a jersey pocket when not in use. Pros: Fit is trim and ergonomic, designed specifically for being bent over handlebars. Reflective...
  5. Apparel and Cycling clothes
    Why You Want: You're looking for a pair of stylish, lightweight, distortion-free riding shades that come with an adjustable nosepiece and three lens options: clear, dark, and photochromic ignitor rose, which automatically adjust to varying light levels. Pros: Automatic-tint photochromic lens...
  6. Apparel and Cycling clothes
    Why You Want: You ride your bike in the winter, you like warm hands, you occasionally have a runny nose, and you want to operate your touchscreen smartphone without taking your gloves off. Pros: Cold weather, waterproof digit protector rated to 32 degrees. Features include grippy palm surface...
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