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Route 66 Bicycles - Rolla, MO

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Bontrager Rhythm Tech T
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Bontrager Rhythm Tech T

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Bontrager Rhythm Tech T

Bontrager's Rhythm Tech T is just the ticket for looking and feeling great when you're getting after it on your mountain bike. It's made from Bontrager's super-soft, breathable fabric that dries quickly, and it boasts a casual, loose-fitting t-shirt cut for serious comfort. It's also ergonomically paneled to fit your body and gives you complete freedom of movement.

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    Option Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number Store SKU
    Volt / Medium 601479333356 520802 JER36682086T
    Volt / Large 601479333363 520803 JER35580951T
    Volt / X-Large 601479333370 520804 JER36997996T
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Founded in 1996, Route 66 Bicycles is dedicated to serving the needs of area cyclists for years to come. Our philosophy is simple: You can't know bikes unless you ride them. Our staff puts years of experience behind every sale or repair. You can trust that we will not steer you off the trail.

At our shop you will find everything from high-end road bikes to affordable comfort bikes, as well as parts and accessories. Our job is to make sure you love your new bike and help you find more ways to ride it more often.

We promote cycling as a sport for everyone to enjoy. From the avid to recreational rider, road, tri, 'cross, or mountain, Route 66 will meet your needs.  Shop us online or visit us in Rolla, MO, the gateway to the Mark Twain National Forest.

Our shop is located just east of Kroger at the 63/ Kingshighway Intersection.
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