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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 Bent Mountain Bike Handlebars

I show the process of replacing bent handlebars on a mountain bike that I bought a couple days ago. I also install new grips which were missing from the bike.

How To Wrap Aerobars With Handlebar Tape On A Tri Bike

In this video I show how to wrap the aerobars and base bar of a triathlon bike with handlebar tape. Notice that all the cables are already secured in place with tape. I started of securing the handlebar tape with a small piece of electrical tape. I did this because the tape did not really …Read more »

How To Replace Mountain Bike Handlebars

I wanted to replace the stock handlebars on my Scott Spark 60 mountain bike with shorter handlebars. The handlebars I was going to replace them with are made by Race Face. I picked them up relatively cheap online. They were originally about 670mm long, but I cut them down the about 590mm (that is in …Read more »

How To Remove/Install Bike Handlebar Grips

In this video I show you how easily remove the rubber handlebar grips from your bicycle and how to install them. It’s very easy. This is useful if you want to replace the grips, or if you want to move them in farther to install bar ends.