Hi, I'm Sean Jackson, and this is how to wrap your handlebars. Over time, your handlebar tape can get deteriorated due to dirt, grime, sweat, sports drinks being spilled on them during your rides. So, it's a good idea to get them replaced annually. Now, if you want to wrap your own handlebars, what we're going to do is first, we're going to have some electrical tape, and we're going to attach it to the stem of our bike for easy access. Next, you're going to roll back the brake and shifter hood and apply a cut piece of the tape behind the brake shifter hood. To begin taping, we're going to insert about an inch of the tape into the end of the handlebar. You can wrap counterclockwise or clockwise -- it doesn't really matter. So, as you begin wrapping, you're going to continue to overlap the previous wrap by about one centimeter. Each wrap should be snug, but not snug enough that it risks ripping the tape. Try to keep your wraps as consistent as possible. Then, bring the tape down and around the front of the hood, and resume taping along the tops of the bars until you reach the handlebar. And then, cut the tape at an angle so the straight end is perpendicular to the handlebar. Wrap the tail end of the tape around, and then secure it with the electrical tape with about five or six wraps to make sure it's secure. Then, it's time to put the plugs back in, and you want to make sure that you firmly grip the tape to hold it in place and prevent unraveling. Then, you fold the hood back, and you're done.