Brooks England Cambium Rubber Bar Tape

Brooks England Cambium Rubber Bar Tape
Brooks England Cambium Rubber Bar Tape
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Cambium Rubber Bar Tape by Brooks England
Gain a solid grip to your bars with the Brooks England Cambium Rubber Bar Tape gracing your favorite road, commuter, or cross bike. This bar tape is made from padded rubber with a textured surface for unbelievable grip in rain showers and notoriously difficult conditions. Plus, it's much more durable than traditional bar tape, meaning you won't need to reapply it as often to keep it looking and feeling fresh. Matching bar ends are included for a proper finish. Vibrant colors give you the ability to match it to your trusty road steed or create a cool, contrasting aesthetic.

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SKU: BHS001E
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