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The goal of BikeParts360.com is to make a wide range of bike parts available to more people. Our roots are as a retail bike shop that could not keep in stock most of the bike parts being made today. We created BikeParts360.com to help us provide customers with convenient access to the bike parts they need. So whether you need parts for your road bike, mountain bike, BMX, beach cruiser, tri-bike, or fixie, chances are that we have the part you are looking for.

Why BikeParts360.com?

BikeParts360 represents the full circle of bicycle part availability we try to achieve. We carry a wide range of product in our retail store. Its tough for a bike shop to carry 90% of the bike parts available to the bicycle industry and achieve acceptable inventory turn over. We recognize that the ways we do things can be made better. By evolving and pursuing continuous improvements we will be able to provide the best possible experience to our customers.

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Park Tool Bottle Opener image Park Tool Bottle Opener

- Stainless steel construction for a lifetime of bottle-cap removal
- Park Tool blue dipped handle for a slip-free grip
- Handy hole for easy-access hanging
- Carded for POP display


$5.95
Park Tool Barbeque Tool Set image Park Tool Barbeque Tool Set

- Stainless steel pedal wrench and cone wrench grilling tools


$23.95
Delta Airzound Bike Horn image Delta Airzound Bike Horn

- 115 decibel horn with volume control switch
- Mounts to most handlebars. No batteries needed
- Air reservoir is easily refilled with any bike pump
- Extension allows for more versatility when mounting system


$9.95
Campagnolo BIG Corkscrew image Campagnolo BIG Corkscrew

- A true classic, and symbol of genius for an iconoclastic brand
- Patented telescopic, self-aligning system always centers the screw in the center of the cork
- Hardened steel screw with a wide and shapr profile provides maximum grip on the cork, while the two large levers enable easy extraction without disturbing the wine
- Includes a wooden case with vinyard-esque packing material


$250.00
Kenda Standard Butyl Tube image Kenda Standard Butyl Tube

- Standard .85mm wall thickness butyl tube


$5.95
Maxxis Xenith 26" Tire image Maxxis Xenith 26" Tire

- Mountain bike specific slick tire for 26" cross training
- 60 tpi casing, 70a durometer: Durable, fast rolling compound


$40.00
Planet Bike Freddy Fenders Hardcore Fender Set image Planet Bike Freddy Fenders Hardcore Fender Set

- Superflex unbreakable all-weather polycarbonate
- Pre-installed stainless steel hardware with mud flaps
- Includes all hardware for mounting to virtually any bike


$39.99
OURY Grips image OURY Grips

- Thick profile and raised square blocks with a sticky feel, 98g


$9.75
Topeak MTX Beam Rack image Topeak MTX Beam Rack

- Hinged quick release seatpost clamp, one size fits all
- MTX QuickTrack trunk bag mount (bag not included)
- Welded 6061 aluminum boom. 20lbs+ load capacity
- E-type designed to fit the widest variety of bikes. Built-in bungees. 680g


$54.95
Wellgo 964 Mountain Pedals image Wellgo 964 Mountain Pedals

- Aluminum body with aluminum toe clip compatible cage
- Loose ball bearings


$11.95

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Selecting the Right Bike Tires - What You Need to Know

Whether you're mountain biking or heading out to the beach on a beach cruiser bicycle, choosing the right tire will determine how smooth, safe and comfortable ride will be. Most bikes come with standard bike tires that wear out in a few months or years, but you can purchase your own set of bike tires to accommodate for different types of terrain, racing, or even stunts you may be performing with the bike. In some cases, you may need a few different types of tires for your bike, especially if you're heading out on cross country trails, muddy terrain and sand all in one trip. From BMX bikes to mountain bikes, there are hundreds of styles and designs to choose from. Here are some of the key factors to consider when selecting bike tires for any type of bicycle:

Tread on Bike Tires
Tread styles vary depending on off-road or on-road use, and can be designed with different designs and materials depending on the type of surfaces you'll be trekking through. If youre traveling across irregular surfaces such as rocky hills and pebble-laden trails, you'll need tires with large knobs that can provide balance for your ride. Knobs are also valuable for muddy surfaces because they can reach deep down into the layer of mud for a firmer grip.
If you're traveling across smooth terrain such as concrete and paved roads, a lighter tread style will be more appropriate. Since the pavement itself already has some texture, you'll enjoy a smoother ride with a tire that has a smooth surface.

Bike Tire Size
Choosing the right diameter and width of your tire is another important element to consider. BMX bikes require standard 20 inch bike tires, while most mountain bikes range from 24 to 26 inch bike tires. Different styles of bikes will demand various diameters, and these need to be large enough to fit snugly on the rim.
The width of your tire is largely determined by the type of riding you will be doing. Wider tire widths ' typically 1.8 ' 2 or more ' offer smoother, more comfortable rides as they cover a larger surface area. These are ideal for beach cruiser bicycles and slow-paced mountain biking across smooth surfaces. If you're interested in speed racing, a bike tire width of 1.5 or less is ideal ' this provides easier maneuverability and makes it simple to increase speed with ease. Skinnier styles will also be more lightweight, providing better navigability overall.

Bike Tire Air Pressure
High air pressure tires are perfect for high-speed racing, while low air pressure tires provide more cushioning for a comfortable ride. You'll find many high air pressure tires for BMX bikes and road bikes, while low air pressure tires are well-suited for beach cruises and standard bike styles.
Air pressure, bike tire size and tread are the key factors to consider when selecting tires for your specific bicycle. Since there are hundreds of bike tire styles and designs to choose from, reviewing each of these areas can help you narrow down your search so you can find the best match for your BMX bike, beach cruiser, mountain bike or road bike with ease.


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