Thule EasyFold XXL Fatbike Straps

Thule EasyFold XXL Fatbike Straps
Thule EasyFold XXL Fatbike Straps
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EasyFold XXL Fatbike Straps by Thule
The Thule EasyFold XXL Fatbike Straps are a set of extra-long replacement wheel straps that enable transport of your very large fat bikes. From desert trails to snowy rides, these straps ensure the big boys come along for the ride.

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SKU: THU006Z
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