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Joystick

Canadian brand Joystick components is made up of a team of passionate riders, engineers and racers with decades of industry experience. Joystick race tests all of their components with the Specialized Factory DH team - if they're good enough for the likes of Loic Bruni and Finn Isles you can bet they won't let you down on the trail either!

16 Products
Joystick Analog Carbon Bars
RRP: $245.00
From$154.95
(3)
Joystick Analog Bar Tape
RRP: $60.00
From$12.95
(1)
Joystick Binary Stem
RRP: $170.00
From$119.95
(2)

Out of Stock

Joystick Binary Carbon Railed Saddle
RRP: $245.00
$169.95
(1)

Out of Stock

Joystick 8-BIT LT Alloy Bars
RRP: $120.00
$79.95
(3)

Out of Stock

Joystick Builder Alloy Flat Pedals
RRP: $170.00
$129.95

Out of Stock

Joystick Imprint Cr-Mo Railed Saddle
RRP: $75.00
$49.95

Out of Stock

Joystick Builder Cr-Mo Railed Saddle
RRP: $75.00
From$49.95
(1)

Out of Stock

Joystick Binary LT Titanium Railed Saddle
RRP: $145.00
$79.95
(2)

Out of Stock

Joystick Binary Cr-Mo Railed Saddle
RRP: $90.00
$59.95
(4)

Out of Stock

Joystick Analog LT Titanium Railed Saddle
RRP: $145.00
$79.95

Out of Stock

Joystick Imprint Single Clamp Lock On Grips
RRP: $35.00
$26.95
(2)

Out of Stock

Joystick Dual Lock On Grips
RRP: $45.00
$31.95
(1)

Out of Stock

Joystick Binary Single Clamp Lock On Grips
RRP: $35.00
$29.95

Out of Stock

Joystick Builder Alloy Bars
RRP: $95.00
$64.95
(1)

Out of Stock

Joystick Binary Carbon Bars
RRP: $245.00
$169.95

Out of Stock

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