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4 5

For the price and weight, these wheels are hard to beat. I've been hammering on mine for 2 seasons. I've only broken 1 spoke due to a branch nub poking out of the trail. After I replaced the spoke, the rear wheel required minimal truing. I've done a variety of trail riding on these and have even taken my 429c on the dirt jumps up at the Canyons in Park City with no sign of fatigue. May not be the lightest wheelset out there but they are strong! I'm about 225 lbs and have barely done anything to them in regards to service. My only gripe is that replacement spokes can be tricky to source from an LBS.

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Hey there Speedy,
As the review says, "Schwalbe stripped this tire down, leaving only the absolute essentials intact. Limited gripping ability and a lack of puncture protection limit these tires to race days". That said it is not a rated ust or tubeless ready, but if its a race day tire, well, all bets are off. I will be picking up a set of these to go mobbin' in moab. Should be an exceptional tire on the slick rock (big volume and minimal tread). I'll probably run them tubeless for the heck of it. I'll post when I return, but I will be packing spare tubes for sure.

5 5

By far the best grip out there for folks looking to get a little extra girth in their grip. They are unlike OURY grips as they are not as fat and squishy...the lock-on grip keep things tight and in control while the underlying hard plastic tube keeps things flex free.
The only minor modification I had to do was cut the lower flange off of the moto-style to accommodate for the shifter throw.

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3 5

Well I was sooper stoked on these shoe's until I tried them on. I generally run 10/10.5 in skate shoes. The 44's were huge! So big in fact my buddy with a size 11 shoe thought they were a little roomy for him. So I sized down to the 43 and could barely fit my foot in the shoe! Needless-to-say, these shoes may be the bomb but if the shoe doesn't fit...I hope I got a mislabeled 44 or something, because these whales had some serious AM potential.

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5 5

I've had many Shimano SPD's over the years. Only one pair has broken on me...ever. The rest I've gotten rid of through rationalizing a "goodwill" donation to friend in need.
After fighting with my CB mallets and breaking a few beater springs, I've gone back to the ol' SPD's. And man, I forgot how much better these are! The adjustable tension is and has always been awesome. I find I can feather my foot position with much more confidence on these by using the spring tension as a marker point. CB's just kind of wiggle around, where these inspire confidence. Probably my pedal for the next decade, because yes they will last that long.

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4 5

Great grip. Love the way the grips have tiny wedges for grip when you are pulling back on the "throttle" and give when you twist forward to reposition your hands...Would be a five star product but the grips are minimal in volume. I'm going to try these on my shuttle/resort bike as the ride time is much shorter. On all-mountain, all day rides I found my hands fatigued quicker than the Lizard Skins.

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