Exposure Quick Release Handlebar Bracket - 31.8mm

Exposure Quick Release Handlebar Bracket - 31.8mm
Exposure Quick Release Handlebar Bracket - 31.8mm
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Quick Release Handlebar Bracket - 31.8mm by Exposure
Keep your Exposure headlight securely in place on your night-time rides with the Quick Release 31. 8mm Handlebar Bracket. Constructed from forged alloy, and with stainless steel pins, this bracket is tough-as-nails without the added bulky weight.

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SKU: EXP002D
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