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  • 3-week turnaround after design approval
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  • Quantity discount pricing available
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The patented V-Tag system is a simple, elegant solution to attaching a race number to your bike, quickly, efficiently, and aerodynamically, allowing you to race as fast as you can, concentrating on the one number that matters most, your time to the finish.

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The V-Tag system takes its inspiration directly from the pro ranks, where race numbers are attached by team mechanics with a twisted piece of metal bolted between the brake mount and the rear brake. But the V-Tag takes this inspiration a step further, making the attachment of a race number about as simple and elegant as possible.