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How To Replace Triathlon Bike Aerobars/Basebar/Levers/Cables (Remove/Installation)

I show how to replace the cockpit on a tri bike. I remove the Profile Design basebar, T1+ aerobars and install FSA Vision basebar, aerobars, brake levers along with cables and housings. I keep the Dura Ace shifters that were on the Profile Design aerobars. The original aerobars on my Jamis Comet were made by …Read more »

How To Wrap Triathlon Bike Aerobars & Basebar Handles

How to tape wrap the aerobars/basebar of a tri bike.

How To Tape Wrap Road Bike Handlebars

I demonstrate how to wrap bike tape. I did a video on this a few years ago. But when I needed to wrap some handlebars I decided to make a new version of the video with my HD camera.

Profile Design T1 Plus Aerobars – Problem With Design

The Profile Design T1 Plus Aerobars have a big design flaw. If you hit a bump, the arm rests may slip. And then you have to take them half apart just to move them back up again. I have the T1+ aerobars. But the T2+, T3+and T4+ aerobars all seem to have the same design. …Read more »

Replacing Rusty Handlebars On Gary Fisher Bike

I bought this Gary Fisher Napa comfort bike for cheap, but it needs a bunch of work. It looks like it was left out in the rain. The handlebars were rusty and the chrome was flaking off. I bought some new handlebars and replaced the old rusty handlebars with some brand new aluminum handlebars.