SciCon AeroBars Protector

SciCon AeroBars Protector
SciCon AeroBars Protector
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AeroBars Protector by SciCon
Whether you're packing up your bike to travel or tossing it over your car between races, the SciCon AeroBars Protector protects your time trial/triathlon bike's aerobars. Its slip-on design with high-density foam padding offers increased shock absorption, just in case it gets bumped along the way.

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