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5 5

First you should know I was never a diehard Dogma fan. The 65.1 had great geometry but not the smoothest nor lightest. I don't dislike the older Dogma but never felt the need to own one. The F8 is on a whole new level of smooth and the power transfer is unprecedented. The fork is not only a joy to look at but is equally a joy to ride. Some things in life are so good it is impossible to take them for granted and the F8 is one of those things. Even while riding it in heavy rain at an unsafe hour without lights all I could think of is how wonderful the F8 is to ride. My first impression was beg, barrow, or steal, I need to get one of these.

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5 5

Once you try ESI grips you're hooked. Sure lock-ons are durable and easy to remove but those grips give up all the energy absorbing thickness to make room for the lock-ons plastic core. These have the perfect energy damping property. I tried another foam style grip from a competitor and they did not have the same high speed and low speed absorbing like the ESI grips do. And as an extra bonus, they're light.

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5 5

Do you want to expedite your kid's learning curve as well as make him the fastest kid in the neighborhood? Well he won't be with a 40 pound steel wannabe mountain bike. The SE is 15lbs! The power to weight is so much better that your child will be flying up hills. This was the best purchase for my 5 year old ever!

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5 5

Remember Sweet Wings cranks from the 90s? Craig Edwards created those legends and he designed these as well. These brakes feel great and will out stop and have greater modulation than the newest big brand brakes. And once you experience the ease of removing or installing pads (flipping from alloy to carbon pads or sanding off glaze from your pads) all other brand brake pad swapping will seem like a bad joke.

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5 5

Great air flow, comfortable on round heads, and overall slim and lightweight. My past favorites have been Bell Volt and Giro Aeon. This helmet also packs better than past helmets because of the slim overall shape. I don't recommend this helmet for off-road as it catches a lot of bugs.

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Pinning it on the blue and single black diamond trails and don't want to unnecessary freak people out with a full-face? When not using the lift but demanding more protection and confidence than an XC lid, Troy Lee got this one perfect.

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