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2 5

It fits a healthy collection of little stuff (keys, multi-tool, CO2, etc), doesn't rattle around too much, and the adjustments are easy enough to get right.

Unfortunately, the main zipper broke 15 miles into my second ride. I'll be looking elsewhere for a replacement.

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4 5

Sneak up on unsuspecting foes on the trail...or just enjoy a suddenly and surprisingly silent ride. So far this thing has drastically (anecdotal) reduced my dropped chains and I don't hear a peep from drivetrain, even through braking bumps.

Also, I'm a huge fan of the Cage Lock feature. It's easier than ever to install a new chain or pull the rear wheel. Now that I'm spoiled, it'll take something drastic for me to go back.

Running this on a HT 29er with a 1x10.

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5 5

Running a 32 on my HT 29er with a 1x10 and this ring does exactly what it should, it keeps my drivetrain running smooth. Out of the box it appears to be on par with typical Renthal quality (at least that of a few years back) and it has that drilled-out moto aesthetic that's subtle and pretty damn cool.

Half a season of Utah, Montana, and Idaho singletrack without a single issue. Nothing but praise from this guy.

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5 5

Half the price of the Gucciest grips and twice the comfort? I'm sold.

I tend to climb without gloves and descend with/without gloves on about 50/50. These grips provide just the right amount of cushioning either way. The actual grippiness of the grip is less than I've experienced with some of the Lizard stuff, but it's still more than acceptable.

I followed the provided installation instructions and both went on easily.

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These Are Revo Tubeless Ready
4 5

These are 'Revo Tubeless Ready' tires. They're ready to run tubeless and they're the Protection model (you'll see this when you try to add a size to your cart). The description mentions the Protection feature but the title doesn't indicate they're Conti's tubeless ready

I'm running a 2.2 on the back and a 2.4 on the front. The higher volume 2.4 actually made it significantly easier to mount with sealant without spilling/making a mess. An interesting byproduct of having some wider rubber up front.

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3 5

I purchased this bottle vest and the bladder-compatible UltraAspire Omega vest and ended up keeping the Omega. While both vests offer much of the same in the way of build quality, materials, and pocket storage, the placement of the Kinetic's water bottles was far too awkward. In addition, I found that the bottom of the bottles pressed against my back in a manner that would drive me crazy during a long-haul run. Sorry Kinetic, I wanted to love your two-bottle design over a hydration bladder.
I gave this three stars because I feel like it's probably an excellent product in practice, it simply has a fit issue that doesn't work for my body.
As a point of reference for the aforementioned fit issue: I'm 5'11 with a medium-to-slender build and a proportional torso.

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4 5

I run this as my primary taillight on my commuter. It appears well built, it's easy to attach and remove from your seatpost, it's easy to switch on and off, and the light modes are as described (an assault on the senses). I would call this a no-brainer purchase if you're a city commuter.

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5 5

I bought one of these little buggers. This light is bright enough for riding in city traffic at night, it's super tough (I crash sometimes), and it's easy to attach/remove in a hurry. Just keep one stash in your backpack or riding bag and you'll always have a way to be a little more visible at night. Going stealth is only cool if you're a plane.

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4 5

Although they're on the pricey side, these bars are worth the money. They're tasty as hell, less sugary than Clif Bars (IMO), and don't leave you with a nasty too-dense-nutrition-bar hangover. Probar does a great job of balancing flavors and mixing up ingredients without getting too fruity. As a quick meal, these bars pack a heap of decently clean calories into a tiny package.

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